Western Maryland College 8572515 The graduate school library media program at Western maryland College prepares professionals for leadership roles in the library media center of the http://www.gradschools.com/listings/institutions/westernmaryland.html
Extractions: The role of the counselor education program is to prepare mental health workers as both specialists and generalists. There is a common body of knowledge that all counselors will have in addition to knowledge specific to the clientele which the individual wishes to serve. Our graduates work in a variety of settings, including: elementary schools, middle and high schools, community colleges, and selected human service agencies.
Extractions: The School of Medicine was established in 1807. It is the fifth oldest medical school in the United States and the first to institute a residency training program. The School of Medicine was the founding school of the University of Maryland and today it is an integral part of the 11-campus University of Maryland System. On the University of Maryland at Baltimore campus, the School of Medicine serves as the foundation for a large academic health center that combines medical education, biomedical research, patient care and community service. While its tradition of excellence remains constant, the School of Medicine and its reputation for academic achievement continue to grow under the leadership of its Dean, Donald E. Wilson, MD, M.A.C.P., Vice President for Medical Affairs.
Index.htm The University of maryland school of Social Work is among the top 20 schools of social work (Ranked 19th by US.News World Report) and is part of a vibrant http://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/
Extractions: Find Department Welcome to the Top School of Social Work in the Region and One of the Premier Schools in the Country! Learn outstanding clinical skills for work with children and adults in individual, group, and family settings. Learn cutting-edge human service management and community organizing skills for work with a range of professional settings and neighborhoods. Students at the School of Social Work come from more than 20 states and several foreign countries. They come from diverse professional, ethnic, and academic backgrounds, and with undergraduate and graduate degrees in social work, the liberal arts, science, math, humanities, and business. They study with a faculty with a range of specialties and approaches and one of the highest publication rates in the nation. Students provide services to individuals and communities through more than 400 programs and field instruction sites in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and the mid-Atlantic region. The Fall 2003 Freshman class consists of students from 27 states, the District of Columbia, and three foreign countries. The students range in age from 20 to 63; 88% are female, 37% are minority students; and education backgrounds range from bachelor's to PhD's.
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Extractions: University of Maryland School of Social Work Informatics Social Work Informatics is the collection, classification, storage, retrieval, communication and optimal use of Social Work related data, information, and knowledge. The Informatics Office is one of the core sources of support at the School of Social Work. The staff uses a wide range of audio, video, and computer technology to facilitate and enhance the learning environment at the School. The Informatics Office provides or assists with the following services: ADA Services
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BackTry Grice Middle school media Center, Hamilton Twp., NJ. Hackensack Middle school media Center, Hackensack, NJ. Haworth Elementary school media Center, Haworth, NJ. http://www.emanj.org/Listservs.htm
Extractions: The Educational Media Association of New Jersey advocates high standards for librarianship and library media programs in the public, private and parochial schools in New Jersey to ensure that students and staff become effective users of information. The Association fosters excellence in the school library media program by providing school librarians/media specialists with educational opportunities and current information through mentoring, online and print publications, workshops, and conferences. The links on this page are to sites created by libraries and professional library organizations. Links to additional resources of special interest to school librarians will be added as we continue to develop our website. American Library Association American Association of School Librarians Association for Educational Communications and Technology Association for Library Service to Children ... Vermont Educational Media Association State Agencies
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Extractions: Program In Instructional Technology ISTC 601 Dr. C. Cheeks, Instructor Office : HH 204A Media Centers Hours Fall, 2002 Phone E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Back to Cellestine Cheeks, Ph.D. Home Page Bottom of Page This course involves a through examination of the organization and administration of media centers of all types: special, public, school and academic. Topics include planning and equipping media centers, program management, selection of personnel, materials and technology, budgeting, computer applications, and the evaluation of resources and services. Contents At the end of the course, the student will be able to meet the following objectives that are appropriate to their professional goals. The student will: demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the conditions under which various types of technology can be used in the learning environment;
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IMLS: What's New: Archives: 1999 National Aquarium and maryland Schools, Baltimore, MD From its are available to 200,000 maryland students and CDROM workstation, multi-media encyclopedia, and http://www.imls.gov/whatsnew/99archive/081699.htm
Extractions: Eileen Maxwell IMLS Responds to Challenge to Help Children Learn Washington, D.C.-Museums and libraries across the country are welcoming America's students back to school. With increasing frequency, schools and school districts are tapping museums and libraries to help teach and enrich the K-12 curriculum. Some students whose schools link their curricula with nearby museums and libraries are even reporting scoring higher on standardized tests. Launching his annual America Goes Back to School effort, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley is calling for greater community involvement in education: " America Goes Back to School is a special time for communities to reaffirm their commitment to learning and education." By providing crucial Federal support (grants and technical assistance) to the nation's museums and libraries to carry out their educational mission, the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) reaffirms its commitment to learning. Museums and libraries are natural partners in education. IMLS recently funded a nationwide survey, "True Needs, True Partners," which found that 88 percent of museums provide K-12 educational programming. Seventy percent have at least one full-time paid staff member who administers K-12 educational programs. Museums report substantial use of school curriculum standards in shaping educational programs for a variety of school subjects. IMLS grants for musuem-school partnerships have involved 82,000 students, 228 schools, and 82 museums.
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MSDE Grant Programs their classrooms and the library media center; and (2 Approximately 1,224 schools have benefited from this program To view marylands Request for Applications http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/MSDE/programs/technology/techfunding/
Extractions: The Technology in Maryland Schools (TIMS) Program, part of the Governor's Maryland Connected for Learning Initiative, provides each school that becomes part of the program with a complete wiring distribution system throughout the school building for transmitting voice, video, and data and/or provides hardware, software, and staff training. The technology is used to support student learning and instruction by (1) enabling students and teachers to access the Internet and World Wide Web directly from their classrooms and the library media center; and (2) allowing students and staff to communicate and interact electronically within the school building and with locations outside the school. With the passing of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization bill, in FY 2003 the TLCF program will now be consolidated with several other technology programs under Title II, Part D - Enhancing Education Through Technology. To view Marylandâs Request for Applications (RFA) for the Ed Tech Program
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Extractions: Maryland Media Training : A directory of information about Maryland media schools, universities, and colleges offering media training that can help you decide which media school are best for you. Media training covers a lot of different territory, including such diverse and exciting areas as advertising, animation, broadcasting, multimedia, TV production, video production, and visual effects. If you want to be a part of creating the show, then one of many possible media careers may be what you are looking for. For information on schools offering media training , please check out the list of Maryland schools below. Note that online schools offering media training allow you to take courses from anywhere. Common Searches Used to Find This Page: Columbia, MD The Computer Career Institute at Johns Hopkins University offers over 20 job-focused programs that enable students to get their certificates in as little as 7 weeks. The school organizes their programs into two major categories: Healthcare Professional and Information Technologies. Classes can be attended at the time where it is most convenient for the student, in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Details Request more info from the school (no obligation) Media Training Mt. Sierra College Online
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Extractions: Press Release Archive Baltimore, MD THE MARYLAND SPINE CENTER NOW AT MERCY UNDER DIRECTION OF RENOWNED ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON DR. CHARLES EDWARDS Charles Edwards, M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Maryland, has joined the medical staff at Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Edwards is Director of The Maryland Spine Center in Baltimore County and has relocated the Center to 323 North Calvert Street on the Mercy campus in downtown Baltimore. "I am proud to join the staff at Mercy which has earned national acclaim for its Center for Women's Health and Medicine and its Centers of Excellence in vascular surgery, colon-rectal cancer, diabetes, urology, and neurosurgery. I look forward to contributing to and growing Mercy's respected reputation in orthopedic surgery and research," Dr. Edwards said. Dr. Edwards received his education at Duke University, the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Yale University for Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgery. He rose to tenured Professor at the University of Maryland. He has developed many new procedures to improve surgical results and conducted extensive clinical research, publishing more than 150 articles and chapters. Dr. Edwards holds 19 medical patents.
Extractions: Wednesday, April 14, 2004; Page B01 The Zimmermans, the Zieglers, the Zielinskis, Zhangs and Zhaos for 23 years, Montgomery County public schools have had a policy to protect them. "Policy JFA-RA: Alphabetical Order" urges principals and teachers to consider switching the order of things "to allow for students with surnames at the end of the alphabet to be in other than end-of-line positions." Tomorrow, the school board will vote on whether to quietly erase the guideline from the books in an ongoing housecleaning of unneeded policies. "Policy EBF: Trampolines" also is on the list because gym classes don't use them anymore. As for alphabetical order, the school board's policy committee has weighed in with a recommendation: "Principals are aware of the individual and group needs of their students. . . . There is no issue of discrimination against 'end-of-the-alphabet surnamed students.' " But did anybody ask Anica Zlotescu?