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About meI am an Associate Professor at the University of West Georgia, USA. I teach in the Educational Technology and Foundations Department, School Library Media Program at the University. I teach Cataloging, Automation, Current Issues, Technology, and Administration of School Library Media Centers courses. This tool is of great interest to me as I teach Cataloging!

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Currently readingAbridged Dewey Decimal Classification and Relative Index by Melvil Dewey
Acting cool! : using reader's theatre to teach language arts and social studies in your classroom by Chris Gustafson

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Good Evening, Dr. S.
I can find you with a search, but I cannot find a way to INVITE you as a friend. I'm here... and I'm under LibrarySprite333.
Penny Chaney
Is there anyway I could receive a pdf file of "Censorship and selection : issues and answers for schools" chapter 3? I am in a bind and need it for my master's thesis in library science. Thanks!
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