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  1. A Model School District Media Program: Montgomery County As a Case Study (Ala Studies in Librarianship, No. 6.) by John T. Gillespie, 1977-06
  2. A process for planning school media programs: Defining service outputs, determining resource and operational requirements, and estimating program costs by James W Liesener, 1972
  3. Planning instruments for school library/media programs, by James W Liesener, 1974
  4. Instruments for planning and evaluating library media programs by James W Liesener, 1980

1. Maryland K-12 School Libraries/Media Centers
Contact Us Help, SAILOR, maryland school Libraries/media centers, K12. Elementary schools Bannockburn Elementary school media Center;
You are here: School Libraries Home Cruise the Internet About Sailor Contact Us ... Help Maryland School Libraries/Media Centers, K-12

2. NCEF Resource List: Library And Media Center Design--K-12
on building superior school library media centers by outlining conceptual considerations for school library media centers. 59p. ERIC NO ED419375; TO ORDER maryland State Department
NCEF's resource list of links, books, and journal articles on the design and planning of K-12 school libraries, including sample city and state guidelines, and resources on technology requirements.
Creating Library Spaces: Libraries 2040.

Bruijnzeels, Rob
(In: Libraries for Life: Democracy, Diversity, Delivery. IFLA Council and General Conference: Conference Programme and Proceedings (68th, Glasgow, Scotland), Aug 18, 2002)
ERIC NO: ED472852 ; Building Libraries and Library Additions. A Selected Annotated Bibliography. ALA Library Fact Sheet Number 11. (American Library Association, Chicago, IL, 2002) This fact sheet provides references to tools, resources, and advice to manage a library building project, whether large or small. 10p. Library Security Guidelines.

3. School Libraries In Maryland
school Library and media centers Caroline County Board of Education. Library media Services - Carroll County Public schools. Central media of maryland. Office of Library media
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 District Library Pages State Library Pages Other Web Sites School Library Pages

4. MEMO, The Maryland Educational Media Organization
The maryland Educational media Organization welcomes you to explore their mission of bringing students and information together. maryland Educational media Organization. school Library media centers Bring Students and Information Together O. Box 21127 Baltimore, maryland 21228. Mae I. Graham Award
Maryland Educational Media Organization
School Library Media Centers...Bring Students and Information Together
P. O. Box 21127 Baltimore, Maryland 21228
Mae I. Graham Award Committees Membership Purpose ...
Comments/Suggestions Updated 02/20/04

5. Maryland Library Media Learning Outcomes
Outcome 5. Outcome 6. Outcome 7. Outcome 8. OUTCOME 1. Outcome 1 focuses on the location and use of print, electronic and multimedia resources. practices from library media specialists in maryland. Please email your technology in the school library media center and other Use library media centers, public, and other libraries
Outcome 1 Outcome 2 Outcome 3 Outcome 4 ... Outcome 8 OUTCOME 1 Outcome 1 focuses on the location and use of print, electronic and multimedia resources. To use information effectively and efficiently, students must formulate compelling questions, develop information-seeking strategies, read, comprehend and synthesize information in order to communicate new meaning and deeper knowledge.
Locate and use information resources, equipment and other technologies effectively and efficiently. INDICATORS
  • Describe the physical arrangement of the media center.
  • Define the need for personal or curricular information.
  • Form questions based on identified information needs.
  • Use a wide range of information sources.
  • Apply information-seeking strategies.
  • Acquire information from varied sources through reading, listening and viewing.
Connection to National Standards Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning (AASL and AECT, c1998) Standard 1: The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively.
  • Recognizes the need for information.

6. Maryland K-12 School Libraries/Media Centers
maryland k12 school libraries/media centers. Annapolis High school media Center. Arundel High school media Center. Bethesda Chevy-Chase High school media Center. Connelly school of the Holy Child Library. Damascus High school media Center

7. Bloomington Media Centers
Bloomington school District 271. school media Program. Mission Visit our new. media centers! Elementary Study Good schools Have school Librarians. maryland school Library Facts2002
Bloomington School District 271
School Media Program
Mission Statement
The mission of the district media and technology program is
to provide an environment in which all individuals in Bloomington
are empowered to become life-long learners
and effective users of information, ideas and technology. Visit our new
media centers! Elementary Middle Schools High Schools
District Media Resources
Media Program Documents
District Media Policies

Issues in school Library media centers Institute. Southern Connecticut State Capstone ProjectCurriculum-Standards-Minnesota. Curriculum Outcomes - maryland. Essential Curriculum
I LS 693
Issues in School Library Media Centers Institute
Southern Connecticut State University
Summer 200
August Morrill Hall - Computer Lab - Basement - Rm 013 HOME TEXTS/TOOLS S CHEDULE ... LINKS Links for Teachers and Library Media Specialists A Administration of a library media program
Authors - Children's Literature
P Primary Sources
Professional Magazines

Problem Based Learning

Professional Organizations
B Books and Publishers
Budgeting and Ordering for LMSs
Q The art of creating Questions? Quizzes, Puzzles, Games, Crosswords, etc. C Certification Issues for LMSs Collection Development - School LMCs Connecticut Websites Curriculum R Research and Evaluation Roles and Responsibilities of the LMS Rubrics G Grant Writing Graphic Organizers S School Library Media Centers - Facilities Planning School Library Media Centers - HISTORY School Library Media Centers - Scheduling I INFORMATION LITERACY (including Big6) Intellectual Freedom S School Reform Efforts School Websites (Coming Soon) K Keypals S Standards L Lesson Plans T Technology M MEDIA-NEWS, RADIO, etc

9. ALA SLMR Online © 1999 ALA
A Review of the Research Related to school Library media Collections Part I The Research of school Library media centers Papers of the Treasure Mountain Research diss., Univ. of maryland

10. Earle B. Wood Middle School - Library Media Center
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM of the middle school curriculum. Outcomes are based on maryland State Department of Education Learner Outcomes for Library media centers.
Library Media Center 2003 Summer Reading Assignments
  • Curriculum Bookmarks Parenthetic Documentation Bibliographic Format ... Wood Watchers Video Magazine The Library/Media Center is the school's center (a) for resource-based learningfinding information in various sources beyond or in lieu of textbooks, (b) for leisure reading of fiction, (c) for recreational reading about hobbies or various interests, and (d) for synthesizing findings into such formats as essays, video, or multimedia Visit the Montgomery County Public Library Home Page
    Goals and Objectives
  • To provide a facility that functions as an information center for the school. To provide physical and intellectual access to materials for the curriculum and for the needs and interests of a widely diverse middle-school student body and staff. To provide learning experiences that encourage users
  • a. to access a variety of materials;

11. Maryland Libraries
Local Public Libraries In maryland are twentyfour public library systems, one in each county and Baltimore City school library media centers in 1,290
  • Local Public Libraries In Maryland are twenty-four public library systems, one in each county and Baltimore City, with a combined collection of 13.5 million items. Some 178 public libraries were operating in 1999. School library media centers in 1,290 public elementary, middle and secondary schools hold more than 12.8 million items. Automated circulation systems exist in 79 percent of these schools and 56 percent provide on-line public access to their catalogs. Baltimore County Public Library, 320 York Road, Towson, Maryland, May 2004. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
    The Maryland State Library Network serves more than 400 libraries throughout the State, primarily through interlibrary loan of materials and information. The Network consists of the State Library Resource Center (Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore); 3 regional library resource centers (Eastern Shore, Southern Maryland, Western Maryland); 4 academic libraries lending specialized materials; and more than 125 libraries that fill interlibrary loan requests from their collections. Enoch Pratt Free Library , 400 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Maryland, January 2001. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
  • 12. School Libraries Menu Page
    on assessment of teaching and learning; from University of maryland Statement on Appropriate Staffing for school Library media centers Library media
    School Library Media Centers
    Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center (ISLMC) school libraries page. You will find information on selection, cataloging and classification, management and other topics of interest to school librarians. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page for more links. You can search this site, use an index or a sitemap
    See Also: Networking
    Assessment General Sites Publicity, Special Observances ... Professional Publications
    Information Power; Building Partnerships for Learning
    From AASL/AECT
    McREL Standards Database
    educator resources.
    MAME: Library/Media Standards/Curriculum
    Excellent collection of links from Michigan Association for
    Media in Education
    [Back to Top]
    Improving America's Schools : A Newsletter on Issues in School Reform
    Somewhat dated, 1996. Topics are still timely, as "Creating Better
    Student Assessments;" From Improving America's Schools
    Vermont's Assessment System
    Check site. Page under development
    Assessment Resource Center
    Information and Web based resources on assessment of teaching
    and learning; from University of Maryland

    school LIBRARY AND media centers. Caroline County Board of Education Caroline County maryland - USA. Faculty and Staff. Supervisor of Instruction.

    Caroline County Board of Education
    Caroline County - Maryland - USA
    Faculty and Staff
    Supervisor of Instruction
  • John Perry - Central Office
    Media Specialists
    Bonnie Baker - Ridgely Elementary School
    Jill Ball - Greensboro Elementary School
    Virginia Thorwart - Federalsburg Elementary School
    Wendy Fitzgerald - Col. Richardson Middle School
    Louise Perry - Denton Elementary School
    Ann Reed - Colonel Richardson High School
    Claire Stevens - Lockerman Middle School
    Agnes Sturtz - Preston Elementary School Phyllis Triggs - North Caroline High School
  • 14. Developing Educational Standards - Library Media
    school Improvement in maryland portion of the maryland State Department of Association has prepared a Standards for school Library media centers in the

    15. Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore--Worcester County--Education
    All schools also have computer labs and media centers. easy access to education for high school graduates and a member of the University of maryland System, is
    Maryland's Lower Eastern ShoreA Great Place to Do Business! Worcester County, Maryland
    Worcester County schools have one of the best attendance records
    and highest graduation rates of any Maryland school system
    67% of high school graduates plan to attend college
    Two major universities are nearby
    Wor-Wic Community College provides customized job training and offers certificates in manufacturing at the new Advanced Technology Center.
    Worcester County has excellent public schools located in outstanding facilities. The county spends a relatively high amount of money on each pupil. Our attendance rate, graduation rate and standardized test scores are well above the state average. The public schools serve approximately 6300 students, grades kindergarten through twelve, in five elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, one career and technology center and one special education school. All schools also have computer labs and media centers. Small classes ensure that students receive individual attention. Day care and pre-school are also widely available in all parts of the county. In 1996:
    • 67% of Worcester County high school grads planned to pursue higher education at a college or university;

    16. Schools, Media Centers And Library Resources On The Internet
    Other school Library media Web Pages. school_WWW_Pages/FairlandHomePage.html Montgomery County Public schools, maryland. Flood Brook Union school http//www
    Schools, Media Centers and Library Resources on the Internet
    Resources for Librarians
    The American Association of School Librarians Association for Library Service to Children Canadian Teacher-Librarian's Resource Page CyberDewey School Library Hotspots
    South Carolina Schools
    A listing of South Carolina Schools on the Web from Web66 Clover High School Rice Creek Elementary School , Columbia, SC (Richland District Two) Other School Library Media Web Pages Peter Milbury's School Librarian Web Pages Frank Moore's Library and Information Seeking Page

    17. New Media On The Web: Communications Programs
    By Christopher Callahan University of maryland - College of the online version of the school s award-winning Learning centers, The New media Consortium, and
    New Media Websites Dr. Paul Martin Lester, Professor
    California State University, Fullerton
    Homepage NOTE: If you're only interested in new media syllabi, click here
    a c d ... w
    If you know of a new media online course or an educational link that should be included on this page, contact Dr. Paul Martin Lester.
    Indicates a link to a new media course syllabus.
    Communication Institute for Online Scholarship

    The Communication Institute for Online Scholarship (CIOS) is a not-for-profit organization supporting the use of computer technologies in the service of communication scholarship and education. Alabama Arizona
    Online Links

    This site is a useful reference link for technology news of importance to those who use new media. Arkansas
    Journalists' Bookshelf

    A site filled with reference sources, writing tips, quotations, databases and statistics (All you need to make your paper easier to research and write!) Arkansas at Little Rock return to the top UC Berkeley California State University, Fullerton ...
    Media Studies Project
    Kristina Ross, Director of the project created the site as a student. It is one of the best places to find links regarding the past, present and future of all mass communications media on the Web. Media Studies Resources A rich and diverse listing of resources for students from any area of interest.

    18. Untitled Document
    Surgery at the University of maryland school of Medicine access to mainstream national media for 600 colleges, universities, medical centers, publicpolicy 36 P

    19. ESEA
    taken at the traditional test centers in maryland that offer line option will come from your local school system support in a library or media center,; Acting as
    What is Shaping Maryland’s School Reform Movement
    Analysis of Visionary Panel for Better Schools

    ESEA Supplemental Services: How it Works

    Making Sense of Maryland’s Assessments and AYP
    ... : Impact on Maryland Paraprofessionals
    MSTA ESEA contact:
    Kathie Hiatt
    800/448-MSTA, ext. 151
    The ETS ParaPro test was approved by the Maryland State Board of Education with a passing score of 455. This test may be taken at the traditional test centers in Maryland that offer the Praxis Tests, or the test may be taken on-line. Details about the on-line option will come from your local school system.
    MSTA is working with MSDE to provide an additional alternative that meets the criteria specified in Option 3 rather than a test. We will provide you with details as they become available.
    Impact on Maryland Paraprofessionals
    The newly reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), called the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) imposes new requirements on paraprofessionals who work in programs funded by Title I or work in schools with schoolwide Title I programs. Paraprofessionals are generally those education support professionals who work with students in an instructional role.
    As specified in the law, all Title I paraprofessionals must have a high school diploma or the equivalent and prove that they are highly qualified as defined below. There are three ways that paraprofessionals may meet the standard of highly qualified:

    20. PCRM >> News And Media Center >> Health News Release Archive
    The centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently lunch menus for 18 school districts in City, Philadelphia, Montgomery County (maryland), Prince George
    School Lunch Report download report PDF School Lunch Report Card
    A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
    August 2003
    report card
    Background The NSLP was established in 1946 with the goal of reducing malnutrition caused by a shortage of food. The program now operates in nearly 100,000 schools and residential childcare institutions and serves almost 27 million lunches a day. Schools participating in the NSLP receive cash subsidies, donated commodities, and free bonus shipments for each meal served. In return, they must serve lunches that meet federal nutrition requirements, as well as offer free or reduced-price lunches to eligible children. In response to these serious health concerns, PCRM, a nonprofit organization that promotes preventive medicine through healthy nutrition, has encouraged lawmakers, the USDA, and school districts to achieve the PCRM Healthy School Lunch Campaign goal of assuring that foods served at school promote the health of all children. Encouraging children to eat plant-based diets from the start has a positive impact on their health, weight, and need for medical treatment. These positive effects continue into adulthood.

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