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         Michigan School Media Centers:     more detail
  1. A study of selected Michigan elementary schools to identify factors supporting the development of the media center by Peggy Maclean, 1972
  2. Michigan School Money Primer: For Policymakers, School Officials, Media and Residents by Ryan S. Olson and Michael D. Lafaive, 2007
  3. Comparing pre-service technology standards with technology skills of special educators in southwestern Michigan. : An article from: International Journal of Instructional Media by Ahmad Alobiedat, 2005-09-22
  4. Resisting pressures to smoke: A curriculum guide for elementary school use by Ted Dielman, 1987
  5. Alcohol misuse prevention program: A school-based alcohol misuse prevention curriculum for fifth and sixth grades by Jean Thatcher Shope, 1985

61. Media Internship Michigan
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Media Research Center (MRC) is a conservative media watchdog group dedicated to bringing political balance to the news and entertainment media
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Political Internship Placements Homepage Internship Placements New Placements Planning Environmental Political Administrative Legal Public Safety Administratiuon Washington D.C. National ... ... Internship in Governor Granholm's Office. Recruitment efforts for Governoor Granholm's Summer 2004

62. Cancer Control Researchers - Michigan
Dept Of Hlth Behavior Health Education. Health media Research Lab. Meiyu Yu MD, PhD. University Of michigan At Ann Arbor. school Of Nursing.

63. Homer Michigan Schools Information
Homer michigan school Information. The Board of Education meets regularly on the third Monday of the month beginning at 800 PM in the high school media center.

School Information
    Welcome From our Superintendent . . . Homer Community School includes one elementary school, a middle school, and one high school. There is also an adult education center located in the high school. The school district's total enrollment is about 1,075 students. In addition to the City of Homer, the Homer School District covers over 93 square miles; it has a total population of about 5,000 people.
Noteworthy Highlights
    The school district is especially proud of its reputation for academic excellence and record of success. Noteworthy highlights of Homer's overall education program include: Students who consistently score above average on national tests. Highly qualified and experienced staff. Approximately 50 percent of Homer teachers have earned a masters degree or above. In addition, over 75 percent of the Homer staff have taught in the school district at least 10 years. A district-wide curriculum council which reviews and evaluates curriculum and updates materials in each curriculum area on a 5-year rotating basis. Active school improvement teams at each school.

64. African Studies Center At Michigan State University - Index
Peace Fellowship Program; MSU Graduate school Resources; Fellowships for 19972002; African media Program (AMP MSU Global Access; MSU Global michigan; michigan State
100 Center for International Programs
East Lansing, MI USA
Phone: (517) 353-1700
Fax: (517) 432-1209 Director: Professor David Wiley
Assistant Director: Yacob Fisseha, Ph.D.
Outreach Coordinator: John Metzler, Ph.D.
Center Administrator: Joanne Peterson
E-Mail: Daily News on Africa

65. Center For Digital Democracy | Digital Destiny Campaign
in nine languages across multiple media (photos, videos of North Carolina and the Center for the is a project of the University of michigan school of Information
Help Support CDD Home News Press Releases Washington Watch ... Search
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Stay Tuned: Fulfilling Cable's Promise in the Franchise Renewal Process a Presentation to the Symposium on the Los Angeles Cable System. The Future of Broadband Communications in the Bay Area , meeting summary of the forum co-hosted by CDD and the Media Alliance in San Francisco. : Common Cause investigates the recent politically inspired appointments to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in " Bush's $800,000 'Pledge Break .'" , by Tim Wu (PDF File) Comcast Claims its Corporate Interests are More Important than those of Citizens and Communities Broadband 'Net Neutrality' in Question Free speech, high finance at issue
, from Independent Arts and Media's Determining Our Digital Destiny
by Jeffrey Chester, from the Philadelphia Inquirer FCC Must Ensure Network Neutrality Ex Parte Submission by Lawrence Lessig and Tim Wu (PDF File)
Collaboration: Taking stock of existing public-service programming projects, and exploring opportunities to pool these resources in a new "information commons."

66. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Media Center
For Children Of All Abilities Throughout michigan 6/10 to Share Strategies for Improving Latino school Success 4/4 Foundation by the Center for media and Public
Home Who We Are Grantseeking Programming ... Knowledgebase SITE SEARCH Overview Grant Files Publications and Resources News Releases ... Search Help News Releases W.K. Kellogg Foundation Launches $8 Million Program to Spark Rural Entrepreneurship Development
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced it will award $8 million in grants to foster entrepreneurship across rural America W.K. Kellogg Foundation Launches $8 Million Program to Spark Rural Entrepreneurship Development
BATTLE CREEK, Michigan, June 2, 2004 – The W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced today it will award $8 million in grants to foster entrepreneurship across rural America. Four grants of up to $2 million each will be awarded to four rural regional entrepreneurship development systems. Each will promote entrepreneurial activity in their region, produce entrepreneurial models for other communities, leverage significant investment, and stimulate national and state interest in rural entrepreneurship policies and strategies. Chefs A’ Field honored with prestigious James Beard Foundation Award for “Best National Television Cooking Series”
The PBS Television series Chefs A’ Field: Culinary Adventures That Begin on the Farm, was awarded the 2004 James Beard Foundation Award for “Best National Television Cooking Series.” W.K. Kellogg Foundation Focuses on Community's Youth

67. Links To Endorsing Organizations & Experts
Amid Ismail, Professor, school of Dentistry, University of michigan. Maria Jacobson, media critic, Allt är Möjligt (All is Possible), Sweden.
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  • American College of Nurse-Midwives,
  • American Society of Bariatric Physicians,
  • Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors,
  • Berkeley Media Studies Group.
  • Boston Women's Health Book Collective,

  • California Center for Public Health Advocacy,
  • Center for a New American Dream,
  • Center for Commercial Free Public Education,
  • Center for Communications, Health and the Environment,
  • Center for Media Education,
  • Children's Better Health Institute, publisher of U.S. Kids, Humpty Dumpty, Turtle, Jack and Jill, Children's Digest, Child Life, and Children's Playmate magazines
  • 68. Michigan School Gets Macs - October 28, 2003 - Pipe Dream On The Web
    computer, the Power Mac G5 is now available for student use at University of michigan computer sites The school of Education s media center has also
    The Free Word on Campus Independent and student-run since 1946
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    Michigan school gets Macs
    By Michael Kan
    Michigan Daily (U. Michigan) (U-WIRE) ANN ARBOR, Mich. Touted by Apple as the world's fastest personal computer, the Power Mac G5 is now available for student use at University of Michigan computer sites. The new machines' most noticeable advantage over their predecessors is a second monitor that gives users more desktop space. Since the end of Fall Break, Power Mac G5s have gradually been replacing the older Macs in the Angell Hall computing site. By Nov. 4, the Fishbowl will have 79 Power Mac G5s for student use. The School of Education's media center has also added 19 of them to its collection of computers. Adding the new Macs to computer sites allows the university to keep up with computer technology, said Bob Jones, the Fishbowl's computing site manager. "G5s are very fast computers, a top-of-the line machine," Jones said. He added that the computer comes with better hardware that can operate the newest software. When first using the Power Mac G5s in Angell Hall, LSA junior Chris Cornelio said, "I noticed that the computers were much faster." He also noticed that each one in the Fishbowl had two monitors rather than one. The Power Mac G5s in the School of Education also each have an extra monitor.

    69. Intructional Resources And Media Services
    An IRMS media Center is located in three of the school s downtown buildings. The main media Center is on the 8th floor of the 112 S. michigan Avenue building.
    Media Centers
    Faculty Services Facilities Workshops and Tutoring ... Contact
    Instructional Resources and Media Services (IRMS)
    Instructional Resources and Media Services is a service oriented department used by the entire SAIC community. We are responsible for ensuring the school community access to basic media/computer equipment and services to foster the experimentation and education of artists. Students, faculty, and staff may check out a variety of media equipment to create or document their art or to teach art classes. We provide faculty with many support services such as the media-equipped 'Smart Classrooms'along with figure model hiring and scheduling for the Painting and Drawing and Sculpture classes. IRMS provides training and access to facilities such as the Final Cut Pro editing systems and the Advanced Digital Authoring Suites. We also provide audio/visual support for the Visiting Artist series and other special events held in the school's Auditorium. An IRMS Media Center is located in three of the school's downtown buildings. The main Media Center is on the 8th floor of the 112 S. Michigan Avenue building. Most of the portable equipment, such as lighting kits, sound recording equipment, and 35mm and digital still, film, video, and DV cameras are located in the 112 building. The Media Centers on the second floor of 280 S. Columbus Drive and the third floor of the Sharp Building at 37 S. Wabash exist primarily to support classes in their buildings although they do carry some additional equipment.

    70. Educational Psychology- Library Media Page
    books for the elementary school library media center a complete guide LIBRARY media LINKS. Made available by the University of michigan, school of Information;

    71. Gale - Greenhaven - Trade Shows
    Library Association/Kentucky school media Association, Louisville 1719, Tennessee Association of school Librarians, Franklin Oct 20-22, michigan Library Association,
    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

    72. Blessed Sacrament School - Media Center
    Mrs. Fister, Library media Specialist. January 1216 school CROSSING GUARD WEEK, January 25 – 29 CATHOLIC school WEEK. michigan - January 26, 1837 (26 th State).

    Library News

    Accelerated Reader

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    Mrs. Fister, Library Media Specialist
    Summer Reading Ideas The HSA sponsored Blue Ribbon Series has provided us with a variety of enrichment programs this year. Here are some pictures from one of our favorite visitors: Jerry Pallotta,
    Alphabet Man
    "The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."
    Dr. Suess
    Are you a Suess-FAN-atic? Check out this link for fun facts and activities for all ages. Dr Suess Activities! Select one of the following links to learn more: Library News
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    ... Summer Reading

    73. Virtual Michigan: Name Listing "P - R"
    Education Regional Educational media Center 5 Mount Services Renaissance Public school Academy - Mt. Federal Credit Union - michigan - Services Restaurant

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    PC Mike - Rochester - Media
    Pacifico Associates Inc. - Farmington Hills - Services
    Paddock Elementary - Milan - Education
    Pandes Performance - Livonia - Recreation
    PantherNet - Stockbridge - Education
    Parcells Middle School - Grosse Pointe - Education
    Parkview Elementary - Novi - Education
    Pat Milliken Ford - Redford - Shopping
    Patriot Antenna Systems - Albion - Manufacturing
    Paul Bunyan Board of Realtors - Cadillac - Organizations
    Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital - Frankfort - Health
    PBS 19 WUCM-TV - Saginaw - Media
    PBS 23 WKAR-TV - East Lansing - Media
    PBS 35 WGVU-TV - Grand Rapids - Media
    PBS 52 WGVK-TV - Kalamazoo - Media
    PBS 56 WTVS-TV - Detroit - Media
    PBS Online - Michigan - Media
    Peabody's - Birmingham - Dining
    Peace Pillows Plus, Inc. - Detroit - Shopping
    Pellston Public Schools - Pellston - Education
    Peninsula Real Estate - Traverse City - Services
    Peninsular®, Inc - Automotive Parts - Roseville - Manufacturing
    Perry Child Development Center - Ypsilanti - Education
    Perry Public Schools - Perry - Education
    Peter B. Holz, Architect

    74. Michigan Tech Media Relations Story#152 - Faculty Expertise To Benefit Middle Sc
    Search the MTU media Release Database Search the September 25, 2003 michigan Technological University faculty their skills to middle school classrooms as
    var story="Faculty Expertise to Benefit Middle Schools";var abs="Michigan Tech faculty will help develop science-based environmental curricula.";var url="";
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    Keywords: Faculty Expertise to Benefit Middle Schools
    For more information on this story contact:
    Dean Woodbeck Phone:
    September 25, 2003 Michigan Technological University faculty will take their skills to middle school classrooms as part of a program to develop science-based environmental curriculum materials.
    The university is part of a $118,302 grant awarded to the Western U.P. Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education. The center is a partnership of Michigan Tech and both the Copper Country and Gogebic-Ontonagon Intermediate School Districts. With the award, funded by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, the Western U.P. Center will develop three curriculum units: energy and resources, ecosystems, and water quality. The grant includes funds for developing and piloting the units in classrooms statewide, and developing interactive web-based activities. The Western U.P. Center staff will draw on Michigan Tech faculty scientific and research expertise to write the environmental units. Center staff regularly conduct professional development programs for K-12 teachers and design after-school science classes and

    75. CDC Media Relations: CDC Awards Funds To Universities For Research On How To Pre
    18, 1999 Contact CDC, Division of media Relations (404 and Ethnic Communities Lead Center - Robert M Hemenway michigan University of michigan school of Public

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    Related Links Centers at CDC Data and Statistics Health Topics A-Z Image Library ... National Health Observances Div. of Media Relations
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    October 18, 1999
    Contact: CDC, Division of Media Relations
    CDC awards funds to universities for research on how to prevent disease and injuries
    As part of its new strategy to strengthen and expand the nation's public health research programs at universities, CDC announced today grants of $12.5 million to fund 50 research projects at academic health centers, research centers and university-affiliated programs across the country. The funding is part of CDC's Prevention Research Initiative, an effort to link the talents and skills of university-based scientists with the resources of health departments, community-based programs, and national organizations. "The awards ensure that public health research activities address problems affecting the nation's communities," says Dr. Jeffrey P. Koplan, director of the CDC. "The grants will help CDC and its partners conduct research that can directly improve community health and reduce the need for medical care."

    76. CDC - Media Relations - Press Release - May 20, 2004
    of media Relations 1600 Clifton Road MS D25 scientifically-selected samples of high school students throughout by the University of michigan s Institute for

    Media Home
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    Site Contents Contact Us Press Releases Transcripts MMWR Summaries ... News Photos
    Related Links Centers at CDC Data and Statistics Health Topics A-Z Image Library ... National Health Observances Div. of Media Relations
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    Fax (404) 639-7394
    Press Release
    For Release:
    May 20, 2004 Contact: CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
    Press Office:
    Despite Improvements, Many High School Students Still Engaging in Risky Health Behaviors
    Although significant improvements have occurred over the past decade in various health-related behaviors among high school students, many high school students continue to engage in a variety of behaviors that put them at risk for injury and disease, according to the 2003 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "Too many young people still engage in activities that place them at risk for serious injury, sexually-transmitted diseases, including HIV infection, and chronic disease such as heart disease and cancer. We need to continue to provide them with the information and skills that can help them make the right choices today so that they can live a long and healthy life," said CDC Director Dr. Julie Gerberding. However, during the past 12 years, the YRBSS has detected improvements in risk behaviors related to sexual activity, injuries and violence, and tobacco and alcohol use.

    77. Member Directory
    Community media Center. Dirk Koning. Sequoia Community Center. Charlene CrosbyHarris, William H. Lee. University of michigan / school of Information.

    78. - State Databank - Michigan
    Kindergarten 10, NR. PreKindergarten 11 (michigan school Readiness Program), 18. Head Start for 4-year-olds 12, 20. Child care centers for 3 year-olds 13, NR.

    79. Michigan Land Use Institute
    red brick, spacious classrooms, a media center, and a 25 acres for a high school,” he said michigan school architects and contractors typically recommend even

    80. Michigan Land Use Institute
    move to the suburbs, and michigan’s sprawling million, 85,000square-foot elementary school opened, the red brick, spacious classrooms, a media center, and a

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