Gale - Greenhaven - Trade Shows Oct 1618, west virginia Library Association, Library Association, Hattiesburg Convention Center. Library Association/Kentucky school media Association, Louisville http://www.galegroup.com/greenhaven/tradeshows.htm
Extractions: Trade Shows Whenever we can, we like to meet face-to-face to discuss how we can best meet your information needs. We encourage you to visit Gale representatives at the following trade shows in 2002: Date Show Location Jan 3-6 American Historical Association San Francisco, CA Jan 18-21 ALA Midwinter New Orleans, LA Jan 31 - Feb 1 Ontario Library Association Toronto, Ontario Feb 6-8 Texas Computer Educational Austin, TX Feb 14-16 Colorado Educational Media Association Colorado Springs, CO Feb, 22-23 North Carolina Association for Educational Communication and Technology Charlotte, NC Feb 24-27 Council of Social Work Education Nashville, TN Feb 27 Illinois Vendor Fair Chicago, IL Feb 26-Mar 1 Illinois Technology Conference St.Charles, IL Mar 1 Online Northwest 2002 Eugene, OR Mar 5-9 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Anaheim, CA Mar 5-8 Louisiana Library Association Baton Rouge, LA Mar 6-8 Florida Educational Technology Show Orlando, FL Mar 6-8 Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning Grand Rapids, MI
Special Olympics West Virginia Donate school transportation system to Special Olympics programs. special event to support Special Olympics west virginia; RELATIONS Work in a media Center at a http://wvweb.com/wvso/volunteer.html
Extractions: Volunteering Volunteers are truly the heart of SOWV. Nearly 5,000 individuals state-wide give of their time and talents to assure Special Olympics West Virginia programs are of the highest caliber and quality possible. Through positive volunteer experiences, individuals of all ages have improved their interpersonal skills, experienced opportunities in numerous career alternatives and developed or enhanced their leadership and managerial abilities. Companies whose employees volunteer experience an improved sense of teamwork and pride in their organization and themselves. Running a year-round sports training and competition program for individuals with mental retardation takes more than just good intentions. We rely on thousands of volunteers to train and support thousands of athletes who participate in Special Olympics throughout the year. You can help in many different ways.
Institutional Members Directory west virginia University school of Journalism; for Arts Technology; York College; Zayed University College of Communcations media Science. http://www.beaweb.org/instmembers.html
Extractions: BEA Institutional Members A B C D ... Z Below is a listing of BEA Member Institutions and known links. Links are also provided to specific broadcast/media departments with known web pages. These are the 2002 institutional members of BEA - this list will be updated again early in 2003. Aims Community College American University School of Communication ... School of Communication Arts Caraiff University Case Western Reserve University Cayuga Community College Telecommunications/Broadcasting Central Michigan University ... Dept. of Mass Communication n Green River Community College KGRG KENU Grossmont College ... Zayed University
West Virginia Library Association Marshall University school of Medicine Library. of WVU Mary F. Shipper Library / media Center Jill Lee SOUTHERN west virginia COMMUNITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE. http://www.wvla.org/divisions/cu_directory.htm
Sonic Foundry: Health Sciences Solution Center west virginia University school of Nursing Selects Sonic Using mediasite, WVU school of Nursing addresses to state health professionals, media and residents. http://www.sonicfoundry.com/solutions/health.asp
Extractions: Products Mediasite Live Media Analysis Solutions Higher Education Health Sciences K-12 Education Government Showroom Design Center Content Showcase Partners Partner Program Partner Portal Sales How to Buy Support Resources FAQ's SmartServe Portal Company Overview Press Releases Events Careers ... Contacts Plug in a laptop and camera, then flip a switch. That's how easy Sonic Foundry's Mediasite is to operate. Presentations Magazine Mediasite In Health Sciences Share Information Rapidly and Effectively Everyday health sciences experts present valuable information to physicians, researchers, lab technicians and patients. What if health sciences organizations recorded all of their presentations for reuse? Presentation audiences could get the detailed information they need, when and where they need it. Mediasite can help your organization provide better service and generate new revenue by recording and sharing every presentation you make. With recorded presentations available on-demand, you free your valuable staff from CME schedules and fixed time/location professional development meetings. With Mediasite you can record highly detailed medical information and make it available for medical professionals when its convenient for them. You can create new revenue streams by selling access to your valuable medical knowledge. You can free your organization to better serve your patients and potential realize greater revenues and cost savings.
Extractions: West Virginia Science Bowl Fairmont Senior High School of Fairmont, W. Va Sixteen high school teams from all over the state of West Virginia met to compete in this round robin and double elimination tournament to decide the champion high school in science and math. John Marshall, East Fairmont, Bridgeport, and Fairmont Senior High Schools survived the round robin tournament to meet in the double elimination finals for the championship. They will journey to Chevy Chase, Md., in May to compete against teams from all over the nation at the DOE-sponsored National Science Bowl. The winners of that competition in the past have won trips to science camps in London and Australia. To help conduct the event, FETC received donations from: Rotary International; Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; West Virginia Coal Association; Ohio-West Virginia YMCA; McDonalds; Subway; Union Carbide; E.I. DuPont. Other organizations supported the competition through donated items or money. The National Science Bowl is designed to encourage high school students to excel in math and science, pursue careers in these fields, and to celebrate academic excellence. The Science Bowl is largely a volunteer effort bringing communities, schools, business, and government together to help elevate American achievement in math and science.
Extractions: West Virginia University School of Nursing Makes the Move to Web-Based Learning West Virginia University School of Nursing ( www.hsc.wvu.edu/son ), part of the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center at West Virginia University (WVU), offers cutting-edge educational programs for students seeking bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in nursing. Through its main campus in Morgantown and its division in Charleston, the school serves about 380 nursing students each semester. The challenges facing the WVU School of Nursing are not unlike those experienced by nursing programs at other universities throughout the United States. Primarily, there are two issues at work: First is the well-publicized nursing shortage and the subsequent need to attract people to the profession. But the lesser known crisis is the current shortage of nurse educators. In fact, many nursing schools report long waiting lists of qualified applicants. However, without enough professors to teach these students, the universities must limit the number of students they accept into their programs. WVU School of Nursing's rural setting further intensifies these problems. Indeed, as a school within the largest university in a mostly rural state, WVU School of Nursing has a long history of providing some form of distance education as an attractive alternative to professionals seeking an advanced nursing degree, but for whom attending a traditional campus-based program is prohibitive. Most recently, the school had a grant to use a videoconferencing service. While professors liked the two-way audio and video communication capabilities of videoconferencing, it wasn't entirely convenient for students. For one thing, it required them to go to one of six locations in the state to participate. Second, because it was live, it didn't offer the convenience of on-demand Web-based education often required by today's busy professionals. In addition, at $15,000 per semester for each course, it was fairly expensive. With that grant about to expire, officials went looking for a more cost-effective solution with broader access.
Extractions: Acqweb's Directory of Collection Development Policies on the Web is edited by Beth Mazin, Assistant Director, Memorial Hall Library, Andover, Massachusetts, email@example.com . For the most up-to-date version of this page, see the Memorial Hall Library site Contents of This Page Public Libraries Community College Libraries College Libraries University Libraries ... School Libraries See also: ALA RUSA CODES Collection Development Policy Statements for Electronic Formats Helen Ives, Project Coordinator Acquisitions, Cataloging, and Collection Development Policies for Electronic Resources , by Perry Willett Electronic Collections Development for Research Libraries , by Ann Okerson Law Library Collection Development Policies , compiled by Rob Richards
Participants In The AWEDU d architecture, Canada VARIOUS media, Hawaii Van Buren District Secondary school, Maine Vanderbilt Education, New Zealand west virginia University, College http://www.activeworlds.com/edu/awedu_participants.asp
Nieer.org - State Databank - West Virginia 24, 2003 (Clarksburg Exponent Telegram, Clarksburg, WV) school board discusses west virginia early education programs. Child care centers for 3 yearolds 13, NR. http://nieer.org/states/state.php?StateID=WV
Extractions: cancer prevention and treatment. For more information please contact Colleen Young at 202-686-2210, ext. 330, or firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note: Local doctors are available for interviews in many areas. Founded in 1985, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a nonprofit organization that promotes preventive medicine, particularly good nutrition, and conducts clinical research trials. PCRM also promotes higher standards in research. Media Center Health Research About PCRM ... Home The site does not provide medical or legal advice.
Contact Media Relations Staff college is located in the DePaul Center, 1 E Kraft previously served as business school dean at of Technology, Rutgers University and west virginia University. http://newsroom.depaul.edu/html/mrFactsBusiness.html
Extractions: DePaul's College of Commerce encompasses the university's undergraduate business program, with 3,803 students, and the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, which enrolled 2,259 students for the 2003-2004 academic year. The college offers respected, practical and flexible programs of business study. The college is located in the DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., a historic downtown Chicago building that the university re-opened in September 1993 after a $70-million renovation. Business courses are offered at the university's Loop, O'Hare (Des Plaines), Barat (Lake Forest), Rolling Meadows and Naperville campuses.
Wise Owl Site Of The Month AJ Jordak Elementary school Library media Center, Middlefield, OH west virginia University Experiment Farm, Kearneysville. JT Hood school, North Reading, MA. http://snoopy.tblc.lib.fl.us/fsc/wiseowl.html
Extractions: The Wise Owl Site of the Month program was initiated in April 1996 to recognize those sites which best exemplify excellence in education and Web page design. No more than two sites are selected each month. The following have been designated as "Wise Owl" sites: Top March 2004 January 2004 Top December 2003 September 2003 August 2003 July 2003 May 2003 April 2003 March 2003 February 2003 Top July 2002 June 2002 May 2002 Evergreen Elementary School, Midlothian, VA
College Profiles - West Virginia Wesleyan College than 700 periodicals, and 10,000 media materials Chapel, the largest United Methodist sanctuary in west virginia. the basis of their high school academic record http://www.collegeprofiles.com/wvawesleyan.html
Extractions: All of the College's library holdings are accessed via computer terminals, and additional resources can be obtained on-line from more than 220 million sources and a number of CD data bases beyond Wesleyan. Wesleyan's Community Council, one of the first community governing bodies in the country, is comprised of peer-elected student officers, student organization representatives, and members of the College administration, faculty and staff. This group has long been recognized as an effective force in bringing about change and fostering debate on campus issues. In partnership with IBM, all entering students at West Virginia Wesleyan College are provided with ThinkPad laptop computers for academic and personal use. The fiber optic system insures rapid Internet and e-mail access from all its buildings, including residence hall rooms, classrooms, and labs.