[Library Media] Weeding Question
nrountree at spectrumcharter.org
Thu Jan 19 12:20:33 MST 2017
Same here except I give my misinformation ones to the art teachers and they
do altered books with them. But I always offer them to the students first.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 12:12 PM, Bill Goodrich <bgoodrich at dcsd.org> wrote:
> If they just look ratty then I offer them to students who I think will
> read them. If they are outdated or contain misinformation I recycle.
> On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 11:26 AM, Heather Anderson <
> heather.anderson at juabsd.org> wrote:
>> Hi All!
>> I am getting ready to do some more weeding and wondered what you do with
>> the books once you pull them from your shelves. I know there used to be a
>> company that sent them to third world countries, but they’ve since gone out
>> of business. If you know of any other companies like that or have any
>> great ideas on what to do with old books I’d love to hear them!
>> Thanks so much and have a fabulous day!!
>> Heather Anderson
>> Media Specialist
>> Juab High School
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