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Coordinated in-school production of materials
Coordinated video production and dissemination
Coordinated cable TV, distance education, and related
Coordinated school or library computer networks
Provided access to online library catalog and
Provided Internet access for students in the library
Provided instruction on Internet searching and
Provided electronic access to a resource sharing
Communicated proactively with principal
Attended meetings of school site council, two or more
times per school year
Print Collection Size
Clerical Staff Hours
Total Library Services
*p < .05,**p <.001.
Consistent with earlier findings, the correlations between certificated library staff and
library services at the high school level were uniformly stronger than at elementary or middle
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