High school media center web sites: essential elements


The purpose of this research investigation was to determine what was considered essential for a high school media center\u27s Web page. A content analysis research method using high school media center Web pages was performed to verify contents and functionality, as well as similarities and differentiations. The results of this study indicated that some elements were considered essential for high school media center Web pages, such as online magazines and/or encyclopedias, databases, and information and/or resources on bibliographies and citations. The research also provided elements considered tentative in regards to level of essentialism for these Web pages, such as links to resources for teachers/staff, library mission/goals, and information about current school projects. Finally, the results of the study provided insight into elements not considered essential for high school media center Web pages, including parent resources, available equipment, and staff biography information

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