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Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery in School Libraries: Creating…

by Christie Kaaland

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It can happen! When it does, and not just weather related issues, this book talks about how the teacher librarian can plan an important role in helping students stay safe. The book contains good checklists as well as interesting role-playing scenarios. For instance, identity theft is explored as a scenario in a way that alerts students to the issue and why people are concerned. This type of interest in preparedness makes for good planning as well as engaging interest. Issues from physical (author is from the state that last year suffered a massive landslide and impacted many libraries) to electronic ones are explored. Well-prepared and substantial collaboration from FEMA has written this book. Can be used with elementary or secondary age students as various scenarios are developmentally flexible. Recommended.
  BettyM | Jan 18, 2015 |
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