School District Departments Of Libraries United States. alabama. Library media Services Mobile County Public schools Colorado. Aspen school District media centers - Aspen. Bibliographic Services http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/sdlibs.html
Extractions: Pages Maintained by School District Departments of Libraries/Media Services School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages State Departments of Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Canada United Kingdom United States British Columbia Manitoba Portage La Prairie School Division #24 - Book and audiovisual selection policy. Lord Selkirk School Division #11 Library Resources - Selkirk River East Transcona Online Resource Centre Assiniboine South School Division - Infozone, Winnipeg St. James - Assiniboia School Division #2 Library Media Services
MAME: Library/Media Resource Sites Paper on Appropriate Staffing for school Library media centers. Official position paper of the Outreach, General Library Issues, etc. Library media Page, alabama Dept. of Education http://www.mame.gen.mi.us/resourc/lmres.html
School Library Journal AL Media Centers Saved KeepMedia KeepMedia Free Trial. Board of Ed reverses decision to eliminate library funds alabama's K12 students can breathe a little Currently, alabama's school libraries operate without any state http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.keepmedia.com/ShowItemDetails.do?ite
UAB School Of Business Career Services. Departments and centers. Email Access 2004 alabama Economics Challenge. This was a competition for high school students President. Hoffman media. To correctly view http://www.business.uab.edu/
State Departments Of Library Services United States. alabama. Library media Specialist Evaluation Manual Standards for school Library media centers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stlibs.html
Extractions: State Pages Relating to School Library/Media Services School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Australia Canada United Kingdom Germany ... United States Instructional Resources Library - Manitoba Department of Education and Training Cataloguing and Processing: A Resource for School Library Personnel - From the Manitoba Department of Education and Training. Information Studies: Kindergarten to Grade 12 - Curriculum for schools and school information centres, 1998 by the Ontario School Library Association. Building Information Literacy Strategies for Developing Informed Decision Makers and Independent Lifelong Learners. By the Department of Education of Prince Edward Island. Resource-Based Learning Policy - Guidelines and Responsibilities for Saskatchewan Learning Resource Centres Saskatchewan Department of Education Resource Centre Stewart Resources Centre - Saskatchewan Teachers Federation, Saskatoon
Extractions: [Click here to view references simultaneously in a separate window] SLMQ Volume 14, Number 4, Summer 1986 Kathleen W. Craver, Head Librarian, National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C. At the time of this article, she was Associate Professor of Library Administration, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. The Pursuit of Excellence (3) and The American High School Today, (4) which demanded excellence in all aspects of the educational endeavor. At this point, federal funds were made available for the purchase of the school library as a resource center, and not merely a depository. By the late 1950s, schools began to focus on learning rather than teaching, and on curriculum methods that permitted a broader instructional role for the school librarian.
Alabama Supercomputer Authority Description for students is being extended through media centers. Johnson High school Johnson High school (JOJ) students in preparation for the alabama Supercomputing Expo http://www.asc.edu/interface/VOL10/k12.shtml
Extractions: In the fall of 1992, six K-12 Regional Training Centers (RTCs) were established at six high schools across Alabama. Alabama's RTCs are focal points for K-12 Internet and supercomputing activity in Alabama. During annual workshops facilitated by the University of Alabama in Huntsville, teachers throughout the state discuss curriculum enrichment ideas and participate in special technical sessions focusing on using AREN. Although all of the current RTCs are located at high schools, teachers from middle and elementary schools are regular workshop participants. Alabama School of Mathematics and Science
Funding points for areas where the schools/school media centers do not homeschooled students and those attending private schools. Every county in alabama has a public http://www.avl.lib.al.us/background/funding.html
Extractions: Funding For FY1999-2000, the State appropriated $3,000,000 for the Alabama Virtual Library in the budget of the Alabama Public Library Service (APLS). APLS was the unanimous choice of the representatives of all the educational sectors as the state agency to oversee the development and management of the AVL. The groups seeking funding for the AVL promised the legislators that: The AVL will serve constituents of the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (NAAL), Alabama Dept. of Postsecondary Education (public two-year colleges), Alabama Public Library Service (public libraries), Alabama State Department of Education (k-12 school systems). A board representing these state agencies and the Alabama Supercomputer Authority will be appointed to oversee the AVL. The Alabama Public Library Service is the state agency legally responsible to manage the AVL and will serve as the fiscal agent. The Alabama Supercomputer Authority will provide technical expertise. Dr. Lamar Veatch, director of APLS, has invited the 5 educational agencies to make three appointments to an AVL board/steering committee/advisory committee. Of these appointments, one should represent the agency and at least one should represent its constituents. Agencies to be represented are: - Alabama Commission on Higher Education - Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education - Alabama State Department of Education - Alabama Public Library Service - Alabama Supercomputer Authority The appointed board will be the body that makes the decisions about the AVL including selection of the databases, how these will be accessed, etc. Funds for the AVL will not be available until October 1, 1999. Under state law, agencies cannot contract for services until the funds available. For the past year, a Steering Committee for the AVL (an informal group representing the state agencies described above along with representatives of the constituent groups) has been working to achieve funding and develop an AVL implementation plan. For the first official meeting of the AVL Board, this committee will recommend that the Board license several databases for Phase I of the AVL. Vendors will be asked to make these available immediately so that some AVL resources can be made available when school starts in August 1999. Point to stress: this will be a temporary implementation and will not represent the entire AVL databases that will be available.
Extractions: email@example.com AltaVista American Association of School Librarians (AASL) AskJeeves Association for Teacher Librarianship in Canada (ATLC) ... Homework Central Homework Helpers HotBot InfoSeek International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Internet Public Library ... Internet Public Library Reference Room (a variety of online reference works) The Icelandic Education Network ISMENNT KidsClick!
Extractions: -Data not available. NOTE.Percentages are based on schools that have library/media centers. In school year 1990-91, 96 percent of public schools had library/media centers. Standard errors appear in parentheses. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey, 1993-94, unpublished data. (This table was prepared August 1997.) back to top NCES Headlines JUST RELEASED! Condition of Education 2004 NEW! Search for Public Libraries College Opportunities On-Line (COOL) Adds Admissions Information NCES Home ... Site Index National Center for Education Statistics Institute of Education Sciences U.S. Dept. of Education map 1990 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA, Phone: (202) 502-7300
Extractions: ASSOCIATIONS ON THE INTERNET This list of school library associations is organised alphabetically by country, and within each country by state/province or region. The Webmaster welcomes information about relevant associations that are not already listed contact firstname.lastname@example.org International Associations Australia United States of America Go back to the top School Library Association of the Northern Territory (SLANT) School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) South Australian School Library Association (SASLA) Council of School Library Associations of South Australia (CoSLA) Resource Centre Teachers' Association (RCTA) South Australia School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) ASLA Tasmania Western Australian School Library Association (WASLA) Go back to the top Austria
IASL 1999 Conference Report of school Librarians) held November 1014, 1999 in Birmingham, alabama, USA. She has led a pilot project school Library media centers of Thailand http://www.iasl-slo.org/conference_report99.html
Extractions: In Words and Pictures! Unleash the Power: Knowledge, Technology, Diversity was the theme of the joint conference of IASL/AASL (International Association of School Librarianship/American Association of School Librarians) held November 10-14, 1999 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. It was the 28th Annual IASL Conference and the 9th AASL Conference. Approximately 3000 delegates from more than 35 countries attended the cosponsored conference, which featured workshops, seminars, school tours, a film festival, book discussions, authors and the Third International Forum on Research in School Librarianship. Countries represented at the conference included: Albania
ALSDE - Technology Initiatives Publications media The AVL Card Issue Manual for K12 school Library media centers.doc (4 MB) Instruction manual for the upcoming issue of the alabama Virtual Library cards http://www.alsde.edu/html/sections/documents.asp?section=61&sort=5&footer=sectio
LIBCAT: US-Alabama Linking Twin Cities Area Libraries and media centers. al.us/; Redstone Scientific Information Center https//rsic University of alabama school of Law http//www http://www.metronet.lib.mn.us/lc/list1.cfm?statex=Alabama
LIS 585 Montgomery, AL alabama State Department of Education. The indispensable librarian surviving (and thriving) in school media centers in the information age. http://www.ischool.washington.edu/elm2/LIS585Website/readings.htm
Extractions: Required journal readings are accessible through the University of Washington's Electronic Reserve. American Library Association. (1998). Information power: building partnerships for learning(IP2). ISBN 83893470 6 (paper) Required journal readings: Alabama State Board of Education. (1999). Literacy Partners: a principals guide to an effective library media program for the 21 st century. Montgomery, AL: Alabama State Department of Education. http://www.alsde.edu/general/LiteracyPartners.pdf Branch, Jennifer L. & Dianne Oberg (2001), "The Teacher-Librarian in the 21st Century: The Teacher-Librarian as Instructional Leader," School Libraries in Canada 21(2): 9-11. (Leadership and teaching, including suggestions for key readings) Doiron, Ray (1999) Managing the school library budget. ( http://www.upei.ca/~fac_ed/projects/handbook/budget.htm Eisenberg, Michael (March 2004) Its all about learning: ensuring that students are effective users of information on standardized tests. Library Media Connection "Learning and Teaching Information Technology: Computer Skills in Context,"
New Media On The Web: Communications Programs InFlux InFlux is the online version of the school s awardwinning South alabama. Information Technology Computer Learning centers, The New media Consortium, and http://commfaculty.fullerton.edu/lester/curriculum/schools.html
Extractions: School of Medicine and News Services HANDOUTS Regional Trauma SystemResponse to Trauma (PPT) by Christopher Baker, MD, Director of Trauma Services, UNC Health Care System North Carolina's Public Health Preparedness (PPT) by Pia MacDonald, PhD, MPH, Program Director, North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness
ALABAMA REGIONAL INSERVICE CENTERS Librarian/media Specialist, Other 9. This Inservice Center helps meet the professional development needs of my school or school alabama school of Math Science. http://www.technologyinmotion.state.al.us/participants/aric/formeval/eval.asp
Extractions: ALABAMA REGIONAL INSERVICE CENTERS TECHNOLOGY IN MOTION EVALUATION FORM Program Title: Program Number: Your name: Program Start Date MONTH JAN MAY SEP FEB JUN OCT MAR JUL NOV APR AUG DEC Day Year Primary Position Regular Classroom Teacher Counselor Special Education Teacher Assistant Principal/Principal Title I Teacher Supervisor/Central Office Librarian/Media Specialist Other: Name of Sponsoring Regional Inservice Center NATE-ATHENS STATE CENTRAL ALABAMA REGIONAL INSERVICE EDUCATION CENTER (ASU) JACKSONVILLE STATE INSERVICE EDUCATION CENTER U OF ALABAMA/U OF WEST ALABAMA INSERVICE EDUCATION CENTER UAB REGIONAL INSERVICE CENTER EAST ALABAMA REGIONAL INSERVICE CENTER (AUBURN) UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA (UNA-FLORENCE) SOUTHEAST ALABAMA REGIONAL INSERVICE CENTER (TSU) PROGRAM EVALUATION DIRECTIONS: You are being asked to evaluate the program you just attended. Read each statement and click in the bubble below the choice that best reflects your opinion. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE The content of this program met my expectations.