Carol Doll s professor and graduate program director of the Library Science Program in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.. She worked as a classroom teacher and school librarian for five years, then returned to the University of Illinois to earn her doctorate, and become a university professor. Carol has been teaching people to be school librarians since 1980. Her recent book on collaboration serves as an excellent how-to-guide for school librarians wanting to initiate the collaboration process.

Interests focus primarily on library and information services to youth, specifically in school library media centers. One consistent strand to her research has been the area of collection evaluation.

Selected Books:
Doll, Carol and Doll, Beth (2010). The Resilient School Library Media Center. Libraries Unlimited.

Doll, Carol (2005). Collaboration and the School Library Media Specialist. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Inc..

Doll, Carol & Barron, Pamela (2002). Managing and Analyzing your Collection: A Practical Guide for Small Libraries and School Media Centers. Chicago: American Library Association.

Doll, Beth and Doll, Carol (1997). Bibliotherapy with Young People: Librarians and Mental Health Professionals Working Together. Libraries Unlimited.
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