Extractions: High School Library Library and Information Services The Scarborough School Department Library and Information Services Program ensures each student has equal access to a quality Library and Information Center (LIC) in his/her building. Twenty-first Century Library and Information Centers provide the student with classic and modern literature as well as a wide range of information resources selected to support and supplement academic curricula. Information resources come in a wide variety or media including books, videos, reference resources, journals, network databases, CD ROMs and the Internet. Additionally, the Library and Information Services program connects the student to the information at "the point of learning." Utilizing current and emerging technologies, every student has a gateway to a number of LIC information and research databases with the classroom. These databases include, for example, the library catalogs, magazine indexes, full-text periodical articles, current events as well as a multitude of research and reference sites. The Library and Information Services program also offers students and staff information literacy curriculum and support programs. The programs support staff and students in learning how to access the many resources through scheduled classes, one-on-one tutoring, workshops, professional resource libraries, and reference material.
IP LInks And Resources maine http//www.maslibraries.org/Publications/ New_Information_Power/new_information slmr_select_toc.htmlImpact of school Library media centers http://www.nhema.net/IP Links and Resources.htm
Extractions: "It pays to be a team player and avoid confrontation with administrators and parents." Truth and Consequences I am a middle school librarian as well as a reference librarian in a public library. I feel that there should not be any controversial materials in public school libraries that would offend or upset children and/or their parents. Public school librarians who ardently argue in favor of anti-censorship are only spiting themselves. For instance, Cheryl Ward, the former librarian at the Windsor Locks Middle School in Connecticut, is now teaching fifth grade at another school as a result of not cooperating and being insubordinate [ "Connecticut Librarian Sues School District over Transfer,"October 1998
Alphabetical Descriptor List Library Association; California school Library Association; Communication; ComputerlaboratoriesSee also media centers; America; Libraries-maine; Libraries-Malaysia; http://www.simmons.edu/libraries/gslis/ejournals/descriptors.html
Extractions: Abstracting -See also Indexing and abstracting services Acquisitions -See also Collection development Administration ALA- See American Library Association ALCTS-See American Library Association American Society for Information Science American Society of Indexers Archives ... Art archives ASI-See American Society of Indexers ASIS-See American Society for Information Science Association for Library Service to Children -See also Children's library services Association of Christian Libraries Association of Hungarian Librarians Audiovisual library service -See also Media centers Audiovisual materials -See also Media centers Australian Library and Information Association Authority control Automation of library processes California Library Association California School Library Association Cataloging CD-ROM -See also Media centers Computer software Censorship -See also Intellectual freedom Freedom of information Children's library services -See also Children's literature Children's library services-Activity projects Children's literature -See also Young adults' literature Children's literature-Awards Classification -See also Cataloging Classification Society of North America Collection development -See also Book reviews and reviewing College and university librarians -See also College and university libraries College and university libraries Colorado Library Association Communication ... Computer laboratories -See also
Summer Courses hardware which support the curriculum of the school. for the State of maine endorsementLibrary to the Management of Libraries, media centers, and Information http://www.learn2.maine.edu/tjune.asp?ltr=A&end=D
Summer Courses to the Management of Libraries, media centers, and Information preschool throughthe elementary school years for several State of maine endorsements, including http://www.learn2.maine.edu/tjune.asp?ltr=all
2001 Interiors Showcase Elementary school, Kindergarten AdditionWaterville, maine Oak Point SpringfieldMiddle schoolLucama, North Carolina Skinner, Lamm Libraries/media centers. http://www.schooldesigns.com/2001InteriorsShowcase.html
Fall2002news 85. maine Assoc. 871-1885 October 29 SMLD school Library Meeting, Berwick Academy,3-5 pm Planning New school media centers November *MTL, York Public http://www.state.me.us/msl/smld/fall2002news.html
Extractions: Hannah Brazee Gregory, Shoestring Creative Communications Group of Portland, was selected as the public relations consultant for the Maine Regional Library Systems New Century public awareness grant at the July meeting of the statewide planning committee. Gregory is working with the committee to develop a strategic plan for the campaign. Details will be announced at the regional library system fall council meetings. Shoestring Group works solely with nonprofit organizations. Clients include the Maine Arts Commission and the City of Portland. Its free! Attend the 15th Annual SMLD Performer Showcase on Sept. 18 at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick and book entertainers for your librarys upcoming events! Well have 9 performers including musicians Kristen Fox with Kindermusik and Russian Sergei Novikov, Bats About Bats, A World of Drums and Astronomy for All Ages. Time: 9:15 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Register with the SMLD Office. SMLD Plans
5in1forME.org at maine Medical Center through the University of Southern maine Center for in variousdepartments of public and academic libraries, and school media centers. http://www.5in1forme.org/exec.html
Extractions: Elaine has designed and taught an array of innovative programs in art, photography, and creativity in many venues, including the University of Southern Maine Professional Development Center, Maine College of Art Continuing Studies, Southern Maine Technical College, the Farnsworth Museum, community centers, public schools, and her co-owned business, Paint Your Heart Out Studio. Skilled in graphic art and computer instruction, Elaine has presented technology applications courses at Maine Medical Center through the University of Southern Maine Center for Workplace Learning.
Internet Policies school Libraries and media centers. Palo Alto Unified school District, CaliforniaYarmouth schools, maine Bemidji Area schools, Minnesota Mankato http://www.colosys.net/pathfinder/NutsBolts/InternetPolicies.htm
Untitled New media centers. University of maine System Statewide Telecommunications Crossroads , Apple Computer Grant for Machias Memorial High school and UMM http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~vkumar/resume94-5.html
Extractions: M.S. VIJAY KUMAR 113 East Street South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075 (413) 532-7768 Home (413) 538-2598 Offic email@example.com http://ida.mtholyoke.edu/~vkumar EDUCATION * Ed.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1986 Dissertation: "Introducing Technological Innovations for Education in Developing Country -Implications for Planning" * M.S. Industrial Management - Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, 1978 Dissertation: "Systemic Planning for Higher Education Administration", IIT, Madras, 1978. * B. Tech (Bachelor of Technology) Chemical Engineering, - Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India 1975 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, July 1991-present Associate Director, Computing and Information Systems, December 1993-present; Acting Director, CIS 1994, Director of Academic Computing ( 1991-present) Providing vision and direction to the college's efforts in integrating information technology across the curriculum; organizing and managing support for academic departments, faculty and students' information technology needs; serving as a catalyst for innovative and creative applications of technology in education; devising and implementing comprehensive strategies for effective and efficient use of information technology. : curriculum development effort for International Relations faculty using on-line resources, supported by the Hewlett Foundation; the New Media Centers; the Pew supported Technology Seminar Series for faculty to explore the transformations in pedagogy and scholarship through the use of information technology (1993-1995); a seminar, "Historians, Computers and Information Technology" for 5-College history faculty( 1992) and a Keck foundation supported project to support innovative multimedia applications ( 1991-92); represented Mount Holyoke in the 5-College Information Technology Task Force that recommends and coordinates collaborative projects ; coordinate Mount Holyoke's WWW infosytem development, a collaborative exercise involving the the library, Communications and Computers and Information Services.
Parco Merged Media Inc. Mr. Cohen attended the University of maine school of Law, and is a development forindustrial applications and managing operations at regional medical centers. http://www.parcomergedmedia.com/boardofdirectors.html
Extractions: Bert Dugal brings to Parco his knowledge in coordinating large-scale database projects, managing software development for industrial applications and managing operations at regional medical centers. His threshold of experience comes from the founding and management of a software development company, consulting business that specialized in recruitment and placement of personnel in the health care industry and 7 years (1998-1994) as Director of Operations for St. Mary's Regional Medical Center where he managed a $13 million annual budget. Mr. Dugal, a native of Lewiston, Maine, is a graduate of New Hampshire College with a Masters of Business Administration and Bachelors of Science in Business Management as well as a Certification in Environmental Management. Mr. Rothrock, best known as one of the nation's most successful automobile dealers, will provide high level guidance and help set strategic direction as the company continues to pursue commercialization and development of its wireless technology and its Health Care Communication Systems. Mr. Rothrock owns and operates several of the largest volume operations for automobile sales in Pennsylvania. Mr. Rothrock has built a number of successful enterprises to include real estate, automobile leasing and rental, and cattle breeding. He is also a noted speaker, presenting key insights on strategic leadership, business development, and was featured in People's Magazine with the distinction of being the Number One Dodge dealer in the United States
C@LL CENTER Solutions Feature Article The school system is also wired for the future, as maine was saw the opportunitiespresent for call centers in maine, so they started Sky media in their http://www.tmcnet.com/articles/ccsmag/0299/0299if2.htm
Extractions: February 1999 Maine: Out Of The Woods And Into The Call Center Islands floating in the gray morning fog across the water, which slowly swirls about and breaks on the rocks and laps against the boats that rise and fall with its swells, a fog horn is lowering its doleful tune in the distance: Morning in Maine, quiet on the shore or in the deep woods. But there is another Maine, beyond the peaceful retreat of the tourist postcard: ever-greater numbers of the people of Maine heading off to work. One of the main forces in getting more people in Maine back to work is Governor Angus King Jr. (until the recent event in Minnesota spotlighted the disquieting influence of pop culture on politics, the only independent governor in the nation). Speak with Governor King, and you will quickly notice that he cannot conceal his pride in the virtues of the people of Maine. "People distinguish Maine," he espouses. Among the many assets of the people of Maine he cites is the loyalty of Maine's workforce. "The average industry worker in Maine has been with the same company for 16 years," he said.
Elon University School Of Communications Fellows this year hail from maine and Florida Working with the school's Director ofInternships, advanced work in regional or national media centers with major http://www.elon.edu/academics/communications/fellows.asp
Extractions: Our freshman Fellows this year hail from Maine and Florida, Ohio and West Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey, two apiece from Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia, and six from North Carolina. Eleven are male, and nine are female. They are the third Fellows class in the School of Communications. Members of the first class now are junior Fellows, and the second class are sophomore Fellows. Journalism and Communications Fellows are among the most active students on campus. For example, freshman Fellows learn how to operate television cameras and how to direct a show. A group of advanced Fellows is producing a documentary on the media coverage of the civil rights movement, which includes interviews with journalists who covered the events.