Staffing the CMC for Success

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Linda Teel (Creator)
East Carolina University (ECU )
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Abstract: Librarians paraprofessionals and student workers employed in the urriculum materials center (CMC) require specialized skills to assist reservice and in-service teachers and faculty. As technology continues o drive changes in services CMC staffing plays a vital role in delivering ew technology-driven services while maintaining traditional ones. his chapter discusses the development of a CMC staff whose members ossess unique skills necessary to deliver services successfully based upon he following factors: determining staffing needs reviewing existing staffing atterns creating new job descriptions and competencies for future ervices developing a long-range staffing plan hiring technology- and eam-driven staff retaining staff utilizing performance evaluation as an ffective staffing tool and valuing the CMC staff.

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in Curriculum materials collections and centers : legacies from the past visions of the future ed. by Rita Kohrman. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries 2012: 101-126.
Language: English
Date: 2012
curriculum materials center, teaching resources center

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