School Libraries In Puerto Rico And Rhode Island Westerly Elementary schools Library media centers Westerly. Westerly High school of rhode island school libraries. Other Web Sites. rhode island Educational media Association http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/risland.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 School Library Pages State Library Pages Resource Sharing Networks Other Web Sites School Library Pages Tiverton Middle School Library Media Center - Tiverton Warwick Neck Elementary School Library - Warwick Westerly Elementary Schools Library Media Centers - Westerly Westerly High School Library Media Center - Westerly Chariho Middle School Library Media Center - Wood River Junction State Pages Relating to School Libraries Resource Sharing Networks
Rhode Island Program Approval Standards requirements of the school Library media Program. In addition to delivering courses in rhode island, GSLIS also offers experiences in two school library media centers for a total of http://www.uri.edu/artsci/lsc/aproval.html
Extractions: UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION STUDIES SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA PROGRAM K-12 EVIDENCE OF MEETING RHODE ISLAND BEGINNING TEACHER STANDARDS AND INDICATORS EVIDENCE COMPILED BY: Dr. Cheryl A. McCarthy, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the School Library Media Program May 21, 2002 Revised February 20, 2003 UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND Graduate School of Library and Information Studies School Library Media Program Review for Meeting the Rhode Island Program Approval Standards Director of the GSLIS: Dr. Michael Havener Coordinator of the School Library Media Program and Chief Compiler of the GSLIS Report: Dr. Cheryl A. McCarthy Introduction: Description of Program and Objectives: In addition to the MLIS program, GSLIS also offers a Teacher Certification Program (TCP) for individuals who have earned the MLIS but apply to return to complete all the requirements of the School Library Media Program. In addition to delivering courses in Rhode Island, GSLIS also offers courses at campuses at the University of Massachusetts and the University of New Hampshire to support the development of library media specialists throughout the New England region. The goals of the MLIS program focus on five areas. Those goals and the objectives that support them are:
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United Way Of Rhode Island - CSRI School CSRI Participant. S.C.O.P.E. ( schools and Community Organized to Promote Excellence) Mission. The S.C.O.P.E Community school Initiative operates under the auspices of the Central Falls school District. SCOPE has Community school centers serving over 700 students in United Way of rhode island. 229 Waterman Street, Providence, RI email@example.com. media Inquiries. Hank Sennott http://www.unitedwaysene.org/csri_school.cfm?articleID=11
Extractions: Note: I will ask members of the RILINK Advisory Board to serve on the Monitoring/Evaluation Committee since they have participated in the planning and implementation of the project throughout the calendar year 1999. The Board has received regular reports from the Director since July, and has assisted in making many decisions. Its report will be made available April 26, 2000. Director's Evaluation. Objectives: Add up to eight additional school library electronic catalogs. However, only four school libraries were able to send their data to Follett by the fall. The remaining eight are merging their data in January 2000. Software purchased for the four schools were WebCollectionPlus, BookWhere 2000, and the 856Express on the school sites. The original plan was to put the 856 tags on the union catalog, not on the individual sites. Changes were made in the Follett proposal, resulting in a saving which allowed two additional schools to become RILINK members. There were no funds provided to merge and dedupe the twelve schools in 1999. Negotiations with Follett in November resulted in an agreement to host all 14 schools in 2000 for $18,000. This amount covers the hosting costs, merging and deduping the records, all renewals of software, and the 856Express tags on the union catalog. The vendor absorbed the hosting costs for the four schools added in the fall of 1999.
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Extractions: Rhode Island Laws Media Tools Request for Proposals ... Web Links Rhode Island Tobacco Control Program Cigarette smoking is the single most preventable cause of disease and death in the United States. It is estimated that 430,000 Americans die each year from tobacco related illnesses. Smoking is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, lung cancer, and chronic lung diseases. About 1 in 4 Rhode Island adults smokes cigarettes everyday or some days. The Rhode Island Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (RI BRFSS) is a telephone survey of a representative sample of Rhode Island adults (ages 18 years and older). The survey has been performed annually since 1984 with funding from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the lead agency responsible for national BRFSS estimates. Sampling and telephone interviewing are done by a professional survey organization under contract to HEALTH, with a sample size of 3,544 respondents in 2000. Other results from the 2000 RI BRFSS are available on the OHS website:
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Extractions: Information Power ... Professional Tools AASL Advocacy Toolkit You may remember it simply as the school library, the place you went between classes to read, do homework or conduct research for a term paper. But the school library of yesterday has given way to a new and exciting place the school library media center where information is available in a wide variety of formats, both print and electronic; where materials and activities are coordinated with classroom assignments; and where students learn information skills that will prepare them to live and work in the 21st century. Today's school library media program plays an integral role in educating children for the future. It is where students learn to find, analyze, evaluate, interpret and communicate information and ideas skills they will need as adults to live and work in an information-based society. In addition to serving as independent learning centers, the programs of many centers are directly integrated into the curriculum.
ALA | Rhode Island Funds Interlibrary Delivery budget amendments with significant effect for rhode island s libraries number of stops, particularly those to school library media centers, are underway http://www.ala.org/Content/NavigationMenu/ASCLA/Publications1/Interface/Archives
Extractions: State grant-in-aid to public libraries, also administered by OLIS, had been level-funded from FY02 in both the state's Budget Request and the Governor's proposed FY03 Budget, but the bottom line was increased five percent in the final budget approved by the RI General Assembly. "Real people spoke and lawmakers heard them," said Anne T. Parent, OLIS Chief of Library Services. Parent attributed the legislative success to the cooperation among all of the state's library organizations and agencies, and especially to the efforts that brought individual library users in to testify before lawmakers on how the library delivery system makes a difference in their lives. The RI Library Association had launched a statewide campaign that encouraged users to send postcards to legislators in support of delivery services. "The postcard campaign to support delivery unquestionably had the fallout effect of influencing the increase in state aid as well," Parent said. The news from lawmakers was not all good, however. The RI state library agency is situated within the RI Department of Administration. As such, it is subject to the considerable spending cuts also ordered by the RI General Assembly. These call for each state department to submit by August 1 a plan to cut two percent in salaries, five percent in operating costs, and 10 percent of all contractually purchased services.
Extractions: site index ED.gov 1997 Tables and Figures All Years of Tables and Figures ... Current Issue of the Digest Table 413. Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by state: 1993-94 NOTE.Percentages are based on schools that have library/media centers. In school year 1990-91, 96 percent of public and 87 percent of private 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.) Download this table as a Lotus WK1 file. 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: NOTE: Percentages are based on schools that have library/media centers. Standard errors appear in parentheses. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Library Media Center Questionnaire," 1999-2000; and "Public Charter School Questionnaire," 1999-2000; unpublished data. (This table was prepared October 2002.) 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: University of Rhode Island LSC 596 School Library Graduate School of Library and Information Studies Syllabus Spring 2003 Prof. Cheryl Ann McCarthy Home address: Rodman Hall 69 Slocum Road Kingston, RI 02881 Portsmouth, RI 02871 Phone: (401) 874-4654 Phone 401-848-7689 Fax Number (401) 874-4964 E-Mail: Chermc@uri.edu COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is the capstone course of your program. In this course you will put into practice what you have learned in your MLIS and school library media certification program. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate your skills and talents by mastering the 30 competencies identified on the evaluation forms. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to see how theory and practice mesh. You will have the opportunity to demonstrate the three major roles of the library media specialist as teacher, information specialist and instructional partner and learning the fourth role of program manager. You will recognize the importance of the school library media program in a dynamic integrated curriculum. In addition, you will implement the mission of the library media program ³to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information² at two different sites, one elementary and one secondary.
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Extractions: Beloit College Bone Care International (for PRG) Bowdoin College Brown University Bryn Mawr College Coastal Resources Center at URI Christian Children's Fund English for Action Gallery Agniel Gonzaga University Hampshire College Haskins Laboratories, Yale University International Design Center for the Environment International Spy Museum (for NLP) Item New Product Development Jan Krukowski and Company The Klingenstein Center at Teachers College, Columbia University Kane, Parsons, and Associates Laser Fare, Inc. Miss Porter's School Media Education Foundation Meredith College Monohasset Mill Project Museum of Yachting Novartis Oncology, Education Div. (for PRG) Professional Resources Group Providence Neighborhood Housing Corporation Quality Metric Inc. The Rhode Island Foundation Rhode Island Space Grant Rhode Island School of Design Roger Williams University, SAAHP Slater Centers of Rhode Island Springfield College St. John's College St. Joseph's College St. Paul's School St. Michael's Country Day School Tektonics Design Group Trinity College The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship
New Media On The Web: Communications Programs InFlux InFlux is the online version of the school s awardwinning rhode island Information Technology Computer Learning centers, The New media Consortium, and http://commfaculty.fullerton.edu/lester/curriculum/schools.html
SLIS Library Job Sites rhode island Office of Library and Information Services Library jobs in rhode island and New England. school Libraries/media centers. school Library Journal. http://www.uky.edu/CommInfoStudies/SLIS/jobs.htm
Information Literacy Framework 1. The staffing of the school library media center at the rhode island Educational media Association committee observations and visit reports; http://www.ri.net/RIEMA/infolit.html
Extractions: Articulation of National and State Standards for Information Literacy Mission Statement: An effective school library media program ensures that opportunities will be provided for students, faculty, and staff to become effective users of ideas and information and to acquire life-long patterns of learning. To accomplish this mission every school must have a library media center which is staffed and funded according to the guidelines below. PROGRAM QUALITY INDICATORS Standards Indicators 1. The staffing of the school library media center at the elementary level will be in accordance with the following: Enrollment Professional Staff Clerical Staff Under 199 Evidence of: district-wide compliance with the Basic Educational Program building-based plans including but not limited to technology plan, professional development plan and building strategic plan Rhode Island Educational Media Association committee observations and visit reports responses to SALT survey SALT visits and observations completion of RI School Technology Survey adequate funding allocation and use through district budget locally generated documents and statistics in support of standard.
North Kingstown High School Media Center media Center Orientation. Information Literacy Standards. Reference school Library and Information Literacy Standards for rhode island. AskERIC. http://hsmedia.nksd.net/
Extractions: The Library of Congress Page for gateway access to LC's catalog and those at many other institutions. Media Center Orientation OCLC Online Computer Library Center How to Create PowerPoint Presentation Information Literacy Standards Reference: School Library and Information Literacy Standards for Rhode Island AskERIC Bartlett's Familiar Quotations Columbia University's Bartleby Project tracing passages, phrases and proverbs to their sources. Dictionary Resource Center Reference Desk Reference from A - Z; Current information. Bartleby.com Columbia Encyclopedia, World History Encyclopedia, Cultural Literacy, World Factbook, Dictionary, Thesaurus and Quotations The World Wide Holiday and Festival Page Government and Political References CIA World Factbook