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  1. An analysis of Rhode Island public high school library/media centers using national, regional, and state standards as evaluative criteria by Patricia Jean Munzer, 1983

41. Major Children's & Young Adults Book Awards Lists
Mysteries Awards Bologna New media Prize Bologna YALSA) Radcliffe 100 Best Novels rhode island Children s Book Best Books Society of school Librarians Awards
From the ISLMC, major book and nonbook awards of interest to K-12 eduators, parents and students. List by alphabetical order of awards. The link for each award will link you to the category in which the award can be found at the . Once you have linked to a category, look for the specific award.
Awards such as the Scott O'Dell Award are alphabetized under the first word, Scott.
(Now: Book Sense Book of the Year Award)
Aesop Prize

Agatha Awards

ALA RUSA Notable Books

ALA RUSA Notable Books [Adult]
Best Books for Young Adults
(YALSA Booklists)
BlackBird Mysteries Awards

Bologna New Media Prize

Bologna Ragazzi Award
Bologna Ragazzi Award [Nonfiction] ... Ohio Buckeye Children's Book Award Oklahoma Sequoyah Award href="awards.htm#I">Orbis Pictus Award Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children Pacific Northwest Young Reader's Choice Award Parents' Choice Award Paul A. Witty Short Story Award ... Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults (YALSA) Publisher's Weekly Children's Best Sellers List Pulitzer Prize Pura Belpre Award (Latino) Quick Picks for Young Adults (YALSA) Radcliffe 100 Best Novels Rhode Island Children's Book Award Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Award

42. Description Of Courses
competencies of a library media specialist. For more information contact Graduate school of Library Information Studies University of rhode island Rodman Hall
Description of Courses Courses shown in red are required for all students admitted in Spring 2000 or later. These students may take either LSC 503 or both LSC 530 and LSC 531 LSC 502 Management of Library and Information Services Introduction to the process, principles, practices, theories and case studies in the administration, management and supervision of libraries and information services. Focus on management functions: planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. ( Lec. 3) LSC 503 Collection Development Introduction to process, practices, and problems of collection building, maintenance, and evaluation regardless of format or subject of material, type of institutional setting, or community or client group served. (Lec.

43. Rhode Island Visual Communications School -- An Online Directory Of College And
will prepare you for careers in visual arts, electronic media, animation, architecture rhode island Visual Communications school See our list of
Rhode Island Visual Communications School
Rhode Island Visual Communications School : A directory of information about visual communications schools that can help you decide which Rhode Island visual communications school is best for you. Visual communications professionals are trained in a variety of media and design skills and develop a broad understanding of the entire design process. Visual communication school graduates have learned to keep up with the latest computer applications and software, know how to develop design concepts, and understand the latest marketing principles and trends. Visual communications programs typically include courses in multimedia and animation. A B.Sc in Visual communications will prepare you for careers in visual arts, electronic media, animation, architecture, newspapers, record companies, freelance graphic design, and even potentially for careers in radio, TV, broadcasting, and more. As a graduate, you can possess the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain at least an entry-level position such as a graphic designer, web page developer, illustrator, production artist, layout artist, and electronic designer. For information on Rhode Island visual communications schools , please check out the list of schools below. Note that online visual communications schools allow you to take courses from anywhere.

44. TMS Librarians
Fern Rabinowitz, Library media Specialist. and as librarian at Vernon Center Middle school for one degree in Library Science from the University of rhode island.

Fern Rabinowitz, Library Media Specialist Mrs. Rabinowitz has been at Tolland Middle School since 1986. Prior to coming to TMS, she worked as a library paraprofessional at Tolland High School for six years, and as librarian at Vernon Center Middle School for one. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and got her master's degree in Library Science from the University of Rhode Island. She lives in Tolland and loves to read, hike, and play golf. Photography is another hobby - her favorite subjects are closeups of flowers and her grandson, Justin. Mrs. Rabinowitz is an avid sports fan, rooting for the L.A. Dodgers, the N.Y. Giants, and, most importantly, the UConn Huskies. You can often run into her at UConn soccer, football, and basketball (both men and women's) games. She has also been known to write an occasional rhyme or two, particularly when books are overdue. Peggy Cass, Library Media Specialist This is Mrs. Cass’ first year at Tolland Middle School and Birch Grove Primary School. Mrs. Cass has worked as a Media Specialist in Omaha, Nebraska and as a Children’s Librarian in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts. She is a native of New York City and a graduate of Lehman College in the Bronx. She will receive her Masters of Technology in Education from Lesley College in Boston this January. Mrs. Cass returned to New England to live closer to her two grandchildren, Cameron and Faith. Even though she is not a sports fan, her entire family roots for the NY Yankees, the NY Giants and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. She is an avid reader and enjoys golfing and biking during the summer.

45. Joining : AmeriCorps*VISTA : ***
closely with local elementary school and neighborhood rhode island Coalition Against Domestic Violence Warwick, RI a program site, program design, media and a
AmeriCorps*VISTA Programs:




To apply for an AmeriCorps position, use our web-based recruitment system . Please note that the program descriptions below are for programs active in May of 2003. Descriptions in the recruitment section represent future positions, and may be different from those listed below. Programs are organized alphabetically by city. Projects please contact both and your Corporation State Office with updates.
Joining AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps*VISTA : Rhode Island
Community College of Rhode Island

Lincoln, RI
AmeriCorps*VISTA members will develop Providence Campus Service-Learning, volunteers fairs, and Day of Service; develop plans for recruiting faculty to be involved in service learning initiatives; act as liaison for CCRI Compact Break-Away projects; develop partnerships with Chapter One Schools focusing on America Reads with CCRI student mentors; work with Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education; develop resources for service learning team focusing on America Reads; manage Service-Learning America Reads records; and, maintain portfolio of projects and accomplishments and plan end of year celebration. Also, the members will recruit/train college students to work individually or in groups with elementary students serving as mentors/tutors; train/place mentors/tutors; and, oversee that the program is working. ACCION USA - Rhode Island Entrepreneur Corps Pawtucket, RI

46. Welcome To The Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center For AIDS Research
to its membership primarily through electronic media (email was held at Tufts University school of Medicine fellows at both Boston and rhode island campuses.
The CFAR Lecture Series will continue on September 10, 2004.
Check back soon for upcoming presenters and topics.
The Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) is a joint research effort between Tufts and Brown Universities and their affiliated hospitals and centers. The CFAR is part of a national program begun by the National Institutes of Health in 1988. There are currently 19 Centers for AIDS Research (CFARs) located at academic medical centers throughout the U.S. The Lifespan/Tufts/Brown CFAR has brought together all senior AIDS investigators at the Tufts and Brown Universities and their affiliated hospitals in a user-friendly structure which has been successful in supporting on-going research among active AIDS investigators and in stimulating new AIDS research by young investigators and by others who had not previously been involved in this research area. Besides the extensive efforts in Southeastern New England, the leadership has expanded the scope of international studies through the training of international collaborators and collaborative research at international sites. CFAR Core Services are available to support HIV/AIDS research to all Tufts University and Brown University faculty members who hold the rank of assistant professor or greater. The full range of research disciplines including behavioral science, basic science, clinical research and prevention science are supported by the CFAR.

47. Rhode Island-Japan Society Home Page - Fall 1998
If you are in the rhode island area, come by to see us! Japanese media Sources. Johoku Junior High school Meet the students and faculty at Johoku Junior High
Rhode Island-Japan Society's Language and Cultural Center
Updated January, 1999
Welcome to the Home Page for the Rhode Island-Japan Society. This page features information on events both future and past, as well as information regarding the Japan Language and Cultural Center.
General and Contact Information
Winter 1999 Class Schedules
Upcoming Events
Weekly/Monthly Events ...
Japan-Related Links
General and Contact Information
For over 13 years, the Japan Language and Cultural Center has been serving the needs and interests of the Rhode Island Japanese community as well as those with interest in learning more about Japanese language and culture. The Rhode Island Japan Society sponsors various cultural events local to Rhode Island, as well as participating in events all over New England. Language classes are offered regularly from basic levels up to intermediate and advanced. Cultural classes on Japanese sweets making, oragami, shiatsu and more are periodically offered as well as group trips and potluck dinners. Non-Japanese speaking people are always welcome at all events, interest is the only requirement!.
The Japan Language and Cultural Center is located at 6 Braman Street, 2nd floor, Providence, RI 02906. The phone number is (401) 273-3266 (days) and (401) 421-5296 (nights).

48. Imedia - The ICPNM Academy
program initially established by the rhode island school of Design sanctioned by the State of rhode island Board of in the field of Interactive Digital media.
About us
News and Events
Adobe Acrobat Reader
imedia - The ICPNM Academy announces a change in name and an expansion in scope of the previous International Certificate Program for New Media (ICPNM) that has inspired and excited participants since 1998. Growing out of a pilot program initially established by the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), the Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics (CRCG) and the Technical University of Darmstadt (TUD), imedia has now been sanctioned by the State of Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education to offer certificate programs in the field of Interactive Digital Media. Expanding on the pre-existing Level 1 Certificate Program, the Academy is now offering three levels of certificate programs as well as options for study both in Providence, Rhode Island and around the globe.
The educational offerings of imedia encompass the ICPNM program , as well as similar programs teaching the arts, design, technology, and application aspects of interactive digital media to different audiences with varying professional backgrounds in an international setting. In addition, imedia The Virtual Study Desk
The Virtual Study Desk provides an e-learning framework to support students' individual learning styles with a variety of interactive and collaborative learning tools.

49. State Of Rhode Island: Office Of The Lieutenant Governor
to governmental, politically oriented, or media websites rhode island College rhode island College encourages its The school of Management and Technology is one

Press Releases
Contact Skip to content
Menu Welcome from the Lieutenant Governor About the Lt. Governor Press Releases Legislation ... EMA Advisory Council Intergovt. Council Reading Across RI Staff Directory
Medication Costs
Need help paying for prescription drugs?
Energy Bills
Need help paying for your energy bill?
Policy Resources
Academic resources for public officials.
Supporting Our Troops
Serving the men and women who serve us.
National Lieutenant Governors Association
Public Policy Resources
Below is a list of resources available to public officials at the various universities and colleges in Rhode Island. Those resources include technical assistance that can help public officials increase their computer skills and research abilities, training and education programs that focus on professional skills like management and community planning, the speakers bureau which provides experts from the academic community who can speak at events on any number of topics, extensive academic

50., B&T Presentations
S/LD University of Massachusetts at Boston LD rhode island school of Design (faculty San Francisco W/S Image Film/Video Center, Atlanta W/S media Study/Buffalo
Welcome to a help page at
workshops, lectures, demonstrations
to date, Nov. 2001
W technical workshop
L-D lecture-demonstration
S in-person screening of works
F film presented
P panel discussion
Symposium on Small Gauge Film Preservation, AMIA Association of Moving Image Archivists- National Conference November 2001, Portland, OR Treadway Symposium planning with Karan Sheldon, Northeast Historic Film; Treadway chair Technical Committee, Small Gauge Film Task Force;
Brodsky Small Gauge Technical Orientation with Ken Weissman, Motion Picture Conservation Center, Library of Congress and Alan Lewis, National Archives and Records Administration; Treadway plenary panel "Mighty Small Film, the Long View"
AMIA-Los Angeles: National Conference of the Association of Moving Image Archivists,
Panel with Pam Wintle, senior archivist, Human Studies Film Archive, Smithsonian Institution Roundtable on Small Gauge Film Preservation (TT, chair, steering committee, then chair, tech committee) Los Angeles, June 17-18, for AMIA and Library of Congress P F LD Connecticut Historical Society technical consultation AMIA- Montreal, National Conference of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, Boston F LD

51. Media Internship Rhode Island
RISD rhode island school of Design JOBS + INTERNSHIPS ArtWorks is Valley Tourism Council rhode island tourism, river local and regional media outlets in
Looking for a Great Internship?
is the leading site for college students and graduates who are looking for internships, part-time jobs, summer employment, seasonal work, entry level positions, other career opportunities and continuing education information. Thousands of employers use our network of career sites to help them reach the 3,000,000 job seekers who use our sites each month. Get started at
Media Studies at Rhode Island College

MAIN MENU About the Program Faculty Who Should Apply Admissions Requirements Requesting an Application Packet Submitting Your Application Application Deadline The Curriculum Course Requirements ...
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Rhode Island Program Approval Standards


52. RIEDC - Creative, Advertising & Media - Creative, Advertising & PR
The renown rhode island school of Design (RISD) has made tourism economy through its school of Hospitality Creative, Advertising media Creative, Advertising
About News Contact Site Map ... SEARCH Blue Sky, RI Business Services Industry Clusters RI DataBank Headquarters Life Sciences Financial Services Manufacturing ... Defense / Homeland Security
RIEDC brings technology companies together to plan Statewide Wireless Network. See Events to find out more.
The Creative Hub of BlueSky, RI Printable version "What drives the new, knowledge-based economy is people – and in a people driven economy, quality of place matters like never before."
More than 20,000 jobs in 2002
Louis Soares Louis holds the position of Contact Louis Soares Home Industry Clusters
One West Exchange Street, Providence, RI 02903 PRIVACY LEGAL SUPPORT

53. Hodess Building Company
Thanks to your firm, rhode island College has Middle school; Threestory school; Structural Steel; Skylights; New gymnasium, cafetorium, media center; Will include
Advanced Technology Residential Institutional
"Hodess has always impressed the College with its high quality professionals, responsiveness to issues, integrity and honesty in all business dealings. Thanks to your firm, Rhode Island College has another facility to present to the College community with pride."
RI College President
Hodess Building Company, Inc. constructs projects for private and public schools, hospitals, libraries and other private institutions. Our programs have involved design/build, construction management and general contracting. We understand the needs of working on existing facilities with active use by our customers and their clientele. As a result we have developed a series of controls to enable us to work in concert with on-going operations to provide safe working environments, timely completion and high quality programs. Hodess Building Company, Inc. has tailored systems to help cost control to keep our customers fully informed and to allow them to make the right business decisions to ensure the success of their project. High quality, high visibility projects such as athletic facilities, laboratory buildings, performing arts centers and libraries require great attention to detail. Hodess Building Company, Inc.'s personnel and our quality control systems have created a program that allows us to serve our customers and gives them the assurance that the program will be successfully completed when required and of the quality required.

54. Media: Providence Arts And Culture
Brown University and the rhode island school of Design Each month, the rhode island Parents Paper brings you the Providence Performing Arts Center, the Little
Home Site Map Event Listings Feedback
Radio Print
About This Site

Television WSBE Channel 36 Public Broadcasting
- Providence 453-8000

WPRI: 12 [CBS]
- East Providence 438-7200

64 [FOX] 508-252-9711 Radio WRNI 1290 AM/ WBSR Brown Student Radio WRIU 90.3 College/community radio, with diverse programming (folk, blues, classical, alternative, urban and more!) WXIN 90.7 Rhode Island College Radio, Top 40, Alternative, Techno, Urban, and Metal WSMU 91.1 College radio from University of Massachusetts WPRO 92.3 Pop WSNE 93.3 Adult contemporary WHJY 94.1 Classic Rock 95.5 WBRU New music for New England (Commercial alternative) WCTK 98.1 Country WDGE 99.7 Modern rock, alternative WOTB 100.3 Jazz, new age All your favorite oldies 103.7 WRX Classic Rock at 10 o'clock! WLLI Lite 105 WWKX 106.3 Top 40, dance Print Providence Phoenix Providence's long-lived alternative weekly, covering politics, lifestyles and the arts. Rhode Island Monthly Rhode Island's guide to life in the Ocean State Federal Hill Gazette A monthly publication serving Providence's historic neighborhood.

55. Northeast CAPT: State Resources: Rhode Island
Located at or near a school, these provide Health, is guided by the rhode island Tobacco Control other community organizations, supported by media advocacy to
Home Resources State Resources
Rhode Island
The Ocean State
State Incentive Grant (SIG) recipient funded in October 2001

Single State Agency

Provider Network

Other Statewide Substance Abuse Prevention Funding Agencies

Agencies/Organizations in State that Provide Technical Assistance and Training
Important State Data Sources
Single State Agency (SSA) Rhode Island Department of Mental Health, Retardation and Hospitals Division of Substance Abuse : The Department of Mental Health Retardation and Hospitals, Division of Substance Abuse (DSA), serves as the Single State Agency, for the state of Rhode Island, responsible for planning, coordinating and administering a comprehensive statewide system of substance abuse, treatment and prevention activities. DSA's responsibilities are to: develop comprehensive statewide policies, plans and programs; assess treatment and prevention needs and capacity; evaluate and monitor state grants and contracts; provide technical assistance and guidance to programs, chemical dependency professionals and the general public; and research and recommend alternative funding and service delivery strategies to enhance system efficiency and effectiveness. Provider Network

56. Johnson & Wales Media Center/press Releases
He also worked on education legislation with the rhode island House of programs in the Alan Shawn Feinstein Graduate school and The Center for Education at
the experts press releases cooking shows media center home Pontarelli Named Dean of the Alan Shawn Feinstein
Graduate School "We are pleased to have Dr. Pontarelli leading our graduate school," says Dr. Irving Schneider, president of the Providence Campus. "His extensive background in education and his vision for the future will assure our students success in their endeavors." Dr. Pontarelli joined the University in 2000 as the director of the Center for Education, formed to bring together the University's doctoral and teaching education programs in the Graduate School. "We are developing some direction to provide potential students with strong career opportunities," Pontarelli states. "We are considering certificate programs for executive development as well as programs and concentrations in human resources, corporate security, and management of nonprofit institutions." Prior to joining the University, Pontarelli spent three years teaching at North Providence High School and 29 years with the State of Rhode Island, most of that with the Department of Education as the director of Finance and Administration. He also worked on education legislation with the Rhode Island House of Representatives. Pontarelli earned his bachelor's degree in education and his M.B.A. at Bryant College. He received his doctorate degree in educational administration, technical education and research from the University of Connecticut.

57. IASL: Links To School Library Associations
Coorperation; Pennsylvania school Librarians Association (PSLA); rhode island Educational media Association (RIEMA); South
Home Contact Search About IASL ... Administration SCHOOL LIBRARY
This list of school library associations is organised alphabetically by country, and within each country by state/province or region. The Webmaster welcomes information about relevant associations that are not already listed contact International Associations Australia
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for current and former residents of the rhode island Training school and other lives of AfricanAmerican composers through a multi-media recording and
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makers, state administrators, the media, activists, advocates Thanks to the Wiley Center s persistent and But rhode island s school districts saw breakfast as a
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60. Simmons GSLIS: Academic Programs: School Library Media Specialist
Maine, New Hampshire, New York, and rhode island. at the elementary or secondary school level, course and the Library media Center; Libraries, Contemporary
What School Library Media/Technology Specialists Do School library teachers manage the library media technology centers that serve as the
hubs of information and educational activity in schools. In addition to working directly with children and young adults, they collaborate with classroom teachers and provide information resources that enhance school curriculum. For individuals who seek certification as school library teachers, the GSLIS School Library Teacher program provides exceptional academic and professional training. The National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) endorses our program and external accrediting agencies commend us on the outstandingquality we provide. Simmons SLT students are noted for theire exceptionally high pass rates on the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL). The NASDTEC library teacher licensure. NASDTEC certification for the Northeastern region is valid in 26 states including Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, and Rhode Island. In addition to monitored fieldwork and a school practicum at the elementary or secondary school level, course requirements include: Emerging Technologies and the Library Media Center; Libraries, Contemporary Society and the Adolescent; and Children's Literature and Media Collections. (See complete list at

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