Arkansas School Media Centers Arkansas Library Association. Home Arkansas Library Web Pages School Media Centers. Links to School Media Centers in Arkansas. Greenwood High School Library. http://www.arlib.org/School.html
Arkansas School Media Centers Arkansas Library Association. Home Arkansas Library Web Pages School Media Centers. Links to School Media Centers in Arkansas. Greenwood High School Library. Harrison High School. Lake Hamilton Junior High School http://www.arlib.com/School.html
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School Libraries In Arizona And Arkansas Desert Sky Middle school Library/media Center Glendale Palm Valley school and Rancho Santa Fe school media centers Sunrise Mountain High school Library media Center - Peoria http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/arizona.html
Extractions: School Library Pages in the United States School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries State Departments of Libraries ... Resources for Librarians School Library Pages Desert Sky Middle School Library/Media Center - Glendale Starline Elementary School Library - Lake Havasu City Palm Valley School and Rancho Santa Fe School Media Centers - Litchfield Park Sunrise Mountain High School Library Media Center - Peoria Phoenix Prescott High School Library - Prescott Marcos de Niza High School Learning Resources and Technology Center - Tempe Waggoner Elementary School Resource Center - Tempe Tucson School District Library Pages State Pages Relating to School Libraries Other Web Sites Arizona Educational Media Association Arizona Library Association School Library Media Division of AzLA Arizona Department of Education ... Arizona Department of Library, Archives and Public Records
Arkansas IMC: Home The arkansas IMC is a volunteer, noncorporate effort to provide news coverage and media resources to the disempowered Themes. arkansas. Default. Search. select medium Articles/Features supporting the imc. media centers. www.indymedia.org A long range plan for our school district has been created by a http://arkansas.indymedia.org/
School Library Collection Development Practical Guide for Small Libraries and school media centers by Carol Ann Doll and Pamela Rogers Public school System, arkansas. Selection Policy for Books and Materials http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/resf/coldev2.html
Extractions: Resources for School Librarians - Index Collection Development Collection Development Menu: General Collection Development Collection Development Policies Evaluation and Weeding Book Repair ... Selection Tools "It does not matter how many books you may have, but whether they are good or not." - Lucius Annaeus Seneca (3 B.C.-65 A.D.), Epistolae Morale Collection Development Training for Arizona Public Libraries - This is an excellent introduction to all aspects of library collection development including policies, acquisitions, evaluation, and weeding. Although designed for the small public library, it will be equally useful in the school library. AcqWEB - An extensive site for collection development with information on verification tools, vendors, bibliographic utilities and much more. The SLJ School Library Survey - This is the 2003 survey of the state of school library spending and resources by Marilyn Miller and Marilyn Shontz. It was published in the October, 2003 issue of School Library Journal. New Money, Old Books
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.
IASL: Links To School Library Associations arkansas Library Association (ALA) arkansas Association of school Florida Library Association (FLA) school Libraries and media centers Section; http://www.iasl-slo.org/slibassoc.html
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
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
Ashley County Ledger Hot Line, (870) 3645179; Library media centers; Lunch Supervisor, (870 Wilmot Elementary school, PK-06, (870) 473-2214 arkansas Department of Higher Education. http://www.ashleycountyledger.com/schools/
Extractions: Crossett Schools: Back to top Abiding Faith Christian School, K-12, (870) 364-3844 Crossett District Crossett Administration , (870) 364-3112; Alternative School, (870) 364-8192; Business Education Dept., (870) 364-8238; Director of Instruction, (870) 364-3112; Federal Programs-Special Ed., (870) 364-3127; Finance Officer, (870) 364-3112; Garage, (870) 364-3225; Homework Hot Line, (870) 364-5179; Library Media Centers ; Lunch Supervisor, (870) 364-3112; Maintenance and Transportation Crossett Faculty and Staff Email Crossett Faculty and Staff Homepages Anderson Elementary School , KG-5, (870) 364-5621 Crossett High School , 10-12, (870) 364-2625 or (870) 364-4312; Resource Officer, (870) 364-4421 Daniel Intermediate School , 06-07, (870) 364-8971; Counselor, (870) 364-2412; Principal, (870) 364-8971 Hastings Elementary School , PK-05, (870) 364-3183 Norman Junior High School , 08-09, (870) 364-4712; Attendance Secretary, (870) 364-7118; Choir, (870) 364-9605; Coaches Office, (870) 364-8811; Guidance Office, (870) 364-8512; Library, (870) 364-4621; Resource Officer, (870) 364-9838
Extractions: North Arkansas College The City of Harrison provides public education with 10 schools, private schooling and an accredited two year college. The School District of Harrison Arkansas, has an enrollment of 2,799 students. The district employs 470 individuals - 370 certified and 163 classified employees. The Districts' financial budget for 2002-2003 is $14,643,539.10, financed partially by a school millage rate of of 34.3 mills. The millage rate ranks the District near the average of the 310 districts in Arkansas. Teacher and administrator salaries in the District are competitive with those of surrounding educational institutions. The Harrison School District operates 27 bus routes which transport over 960 students daily. Its' buses travel approximately 1232 miles, round trip, each day classes are in session. The District maintains - five elementary schools, two secondary schools, three alternative schools, administration building, and the transportation/maintenance shop. A new Central Middle School - designed with a cafeteria to seat 672 students - should be completed by the beginning of the 2004-2005 school year. At a projected cost of $5.25 million, the building will provide 88,000 square feet of space for fifth and sixth grade students. The Districts' media centers, guidance and counseling programs, special education and gifted education programs are all vital areas operating at quality levels.
Central Arkansas Library System arkansas History Educational Materials A Selected Bibliography for school media centers. arkansas Libraries, XLIX (Feb. 1992), 511. http://www.cals.lib.ar.us/butlercenter/bib.htm
Extractions: Little Rock, Arkansas The purpose of this bibliography is to compile in handy form a listing of publications and other materials which teachers of Arkansas History might find useful. This is not a comprehensive bibliography of everything that ought to be found in a school media center or public library. Rather, it is intended to help the individual teacher pull together the information needed to prepare lesson plans and effectively teach about our state. The teacher can use this list to get started, then build on it as time goes by. Almost every month something new and useful is published in the field. Becoming an informed teacher of Arkansas History is a life-time process, one which involves much readingbut it is a satisfying experience. The bulk of the titles in this list are still in-print and available. However, a number of out-of-print titles are included. These materials can usually be found in college and university libraries as well as the larger public libraries in the state. I would urge you to familiarize yourself with the Arkansas collection in your local libraries. Computer software titles, as well as vidoes, are not included in this list, but it is expected that these resources will become more numerous as time goes by.
RUS Telecom - DLT Awards - Arkansas Educational Cooperative in West Helena, arkansas. and one elementary school, multimedia computers will learning classrooms, libraries, media centers, labs, and http://www.usda.gov/rus/telecom/dlt/dltawards_ar.htm
Extractions: Congressional District(s): 4th Parkers Chapel School District will utilize RUS grant funds to provide distance learning to extremely rural schools within the consortium. The system will ultimately benefit 1,649 students, 156 teachers, and 12 administrators by providing expanded course offerings, higher education opportunities, and professional development. The network will also be available to residents of the communities for job advancement training, health care providers, and businesses. Barton-Lexa School District / Quad-District Distance Learning Consortium; Barton, Arkansas
New Media On The Web: Communications Programs Central arkansas. InFlux is the online version of the school s awardwinning Information Technology Computer Learning centers, The New media Consortium, and the http://commfaculty.fullerton.edu/lester/curriculum/schools.html
Special AUTHOR arkansas Library Association. programs Information useful to those seeking to promote the importance of school library media centers and enhance http://fp.hsu.edu/faculty/schmidd/ala/weblinks.htm
Extractions: Information on a library public awareness campaign sponsored by the Arkansas Library Association and the Arkansas State Library . The project is based on the American Library Association's " your library " campaign, a five-year initiative to debute during National Library Week in April, 2001. Includes information about the Arkansas campaign, templates for
University Of Arkansas Anthropology: Faculty - JoAnn D'Alisera Research explores the importance of religious institutions as spiritual centers in transnational communities, the ways in which religious commodities are utilized to affirm personal piety and identity, as well as call others to faith, and the growing production of popular religious texts in a variety of media. University of arkansas. http://www.uark.edu/depts/anthinfo/dalisera.htm
Extractions: Assistant Professor JoAnn D'Alisera Dr. D'Alisera received her Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1997. Her Book, An Imagined Geography: Sierra Leonean Muslims in America , focuses on the way in which Sierra Leonean Muslims seek to preserve nostalgic images of "back home," and how they and their children come to view Africa through negative popular imaginings they encounter in the United States. SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS An Imagined Geography: Sierra Leonean Muslims in America . Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.
Lhjhmedia Lake Hamilton Junior High school Library media Center 281 Wolf Street, Pearcy, arkansas 71964. Telephone 501.767.2731 FAX 501.767.1711. http://wolves.dsc.k12.ar.us/jrhigh/media/lhjhmedia.htm
Extractions: Lake Hamilton Junior High School Library Media Center 281 Wolf Street, Pearcy, Arkansas 71964 Telephone: 501.767.2731 - FAX: 501.767.1711 IMPORTANT END-OF-YEAR DEADLINES!!!!! Summer Reading at LHJH Great Depression, The (G/T Project) Library Media Center Information Search Engines Channel One News Grolier Online Databases ... EBSCO Magazine Index InfoTrac Databases School Access Parent Links Weather Gale Discovering Series InfoTrac Databases Home Access ... To Lake Hamilton Junior High Homepage EBSCO And Gale are funded by the LSTA Traveler Project and administered by the Arkansas State Library Grolier Online is funded by the LSTA Traveler Project and the Arkansas Department of Education Additional Grolier Online Databases provided by a Federal Title II Grant HL w Last updated: April 16, 2004