Media and Technology

Mission of the School Library Program

The School Library Media Program is designed to support and enhance the educational goals of the school and district. The mission of the Instructional Media and Technology Program for Randolph County Schools is to ensure that students and staff are independent learners and effective users of ideas and information. Our programs are designed to teach the learner to seek, evaluate, and apply information from traditional sources and developing technologies within framework of the school's curriculum.

Student Media Assistants

Students in grades eleven and twelve may work as assistants and earn one unit of credit. They develop media competencies and skills needed in literacy, technology, and circulation of instructional materials. Students learn multimedia and social skills. Students utilize literacy and technology. They operate the circulation desk, use advanced computer skills, troubleshoot, and provide assistance to other students in the media center and computer labs. Projects include graphics, newsletters, databases, and assisting others with media and/or technology needs. Media courses also help the assistants enhance research skills in preparation for future educational endeavors.

Click here to fill out an application to be a Student Media Assistant!