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Libraries From Education Solutions allows you to reach both public and school libraries. Select from library directors, librarians and media center specialists. Librarians buy more than just books. They purchase information in many formats, including magazines, newspaper and other subscriptions, audio and video recordings, computer software and hardware, databases, search services, DVDs, and more.

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57,214 Total Universe / Universe Rate $275.00/M
57,214 Librarians Email $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Libraries From Education Solutions allows you to reach both public and school libraries. Select from library directors, librarians and media center specialists. Librarians buy more than just books. They purchase information in many formats, including magazines, newspaper and other subscriptions, audio and video recordings, computer software and hardware, databases,  search services, DVDs, and more.

In school settings, libraries work closely with classroom teachers to develop lessons and activities that align to standards and provide differentiated instruction for students.  Standards for school library collections are 12,000 items for elementary schools, 15,000 items for middle schools and 18,000 for high schools. In addition to maintaining the library collection, school librarians are instrumental in selecting supplemental instructional materials.

Librarians in school play a much more vital role in education than just reading. They teach younger students a variety of reading strategies as well as public speaking. Middle school and high school librarians assist students with research through printed materials, the Internet, as well as online library database resources. They also teach research instruction sessions, and often times teachers may spend a whole class period in the library for one of these instruction sessions.

Public libraries play an important part in educating both children and adults, as well as providing information and entertainment resources for their communities. Books, DVDs, software, research databases, hardware, furnishings, security services, and more are all on a librarian's shopping list. Public librarians are very similar to the school librarians in that they also assist in research, and teach research instruction sessions. Many public librarians are also managers, and spend a lot of time making budgets and keeping records.

Both school and public librarians decide which books, magazines, movies and computer equipment to buy. The arrange all materials in the library so that they are easy to find by others. They are there to assist people in gathering the information that they are looking for, and they work collaboratively with other libraries to obtain additional resources for consumers. Librarians will even order books for people if they are not currently available. Not only do school and public libraries purchase books and other materials, but they also gratefully accept donations, and even host used book sales.

PROFILE

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    Library Category   
    Public Libraries	17,624
    Main Libraries (Public)	9,756
    Branch Libraries (Public)	7,868
    Public Library Personnel	13,630
    Public Library Main Directors	7,865
    Public Library Branch Directors	6,587
    School Libraries with Media Centers	98,512
    School Library Media Center Specialist	102,756
    Elementary School Librarian	50,047
    Middle/Jr High School Librarian	12,718
    Senior High School Librarian	18,098
    K-12 School Librarian	4,288
    New Personnel in the last 12 Months	13,118
    Librarians at Home Address	31,456
    Library Director	13,978
    Assistant Library Director	1,748
    Branch Services Director	302
    Acquisitions	921
    Automation Systems	466
    Technology Services	2,498
    Children's Services	5,069
    Branch Children's Librarian	2,847
    Branch Director	6,338
    
    	
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    Student/Comp Ratio	
    Student/Teacher Ratio	
    Institution Type	
    School Start Date	
    School End Date	
    New Teacher to Institution	
    New Teacher to Profession	
      

 

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Gender/Sex $10.00/M
Age $10.00/M
Ethnic/Ethnicity $20.00/M
Income Select $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Marital Status $10.00/M
Phone Number $20.00/M
Length of Residence $10.00/M
Number of Children $10.00/M
SCF $10.00/M
State $10.00/M
Zip $10.00/M
City $10.00/M
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ADDRESSING

Email Name/Address (only)
Home Address $15.00/M
Suppression (flat fee) $150.00
Run Charges $10.00/M
Transmission-HTML $150.00/M
Transmission-Text $120.00/M