The purpose of this triad is to give an overview of library trends and issues for non-librarians, or for practicing school librarians who wish to update their knowledge and skills. TE 869 is an overview of selected school library topics: current trends, genres, issues, and instructional and motivational strategies in children's and adolescent literature; school library and educational professional ethics including issues concerning the individual, society, and the profession; and an introduction to information literacy. TE 868 focuses on the ethical use of copyrighted material and Fair Use Guidelines as they relate to education and business training. TE 871 (recommended for the overview track) is designed to provide the student with the basic competencies needed for print and non-print collection selection, development and evaluation (TE 869 is the prerequisite). TE 873 (recommended for the refresher track) explores the range of reference resources which support the school library media center, including the evaluation and use of print and virtual reference sources, reference procedures, and the instructional role of reference resources in the overall school curriculum.