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Library Media Specialists

Work Environment

Most library media specialists work in grade schools or high schools, and they usually work in library media centers that have facilities for previewing software, making audiovisual aids, and storing equipment. Specialists deal with students and teachers every day and often face frequent interruptions to answer questions or to provide instruction. Teachers often visit them to discuss materials they need for their classes, to look through media catalogs, and to see slides and films. Library media specialists are constantly busy checking orders in and out and inspecting new products, and they often manage large budgets.

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