Extractions: Dr. Vartan Gregorian , President, Carnegie Corporation of New York, is a distinguished educator, scholar, and administrator. He earned a Ph.D. in history at Stanford University and served as a professor of history and administrator at the University of Texas and the University of Pennsylvania. From 1981 to 1989, he was the President of the New York Public Library, and from 1989 to 1997, he was president of Brown University. He is an outstanding spokesman for the central role that libraries play in education. Dr. Susan Neuman , Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education, U. S. Department of Education, is a distinguished scholar and educator. Until 2001, she was Professor in Educational Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and Director of the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement. Prior to joining the Michigan faculty, Dr. Neuman was a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. She has also taught at Boston College, the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and Yale University. Early in her career Dr. Neuman was an elementary school teacher and a reading specialist. Dr. Keith Curry Lance
ROAR Reports, Abstracts And Tables school of Medicine, University of massachusetts school of Medicine facilities, andday care centers will be infections such as otitis media, acute respiratory http://www.healthsci.tufts.edu/apua/ROAR/ARI.html
Extractions: Links Massachusetts and Regional Public Health Conference Antibiotic Resistant Infections: A Global Problem with Local Solutions Conference Presenters: Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH), Massachusetts Medical Society, American Association for World Health (AAWH), Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics (APUA) The objectives of the conference are: to raise awareness among both health providers and public health project directors about the local and global dimension of the problem of antibiotic resistance; to educate health providers, public health professionals and administrators on what they can do in individual clinical practice and in the community ; and, to raise public awareness via the media about antibiotic resistance and how each one can participate in the solution of the problem. Date: Tuesday, May 2, 2000, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Untitled by the Hewlett Foundation; the New media centers; the Pew Hampshire Educational Collaborative,Hadley, massachusetts, 1986; Lenox school System; Tantasqua 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.
Extractions: BOSTON - A lively parade will be Boston's way to demonstrate the critical need for after-school programs, with thousands of Boston-area children joining parents and staff from after-school and out-of-school programs for an unusual demonstration. The parade will be held on the Boston Common on Thursday, October 10, 2002 from 4:00-5:30 PM. Students from more than 100 programs across the city that serve children and youth ages 5-17 will show the many unique out-of-school activities available in the city. As part of the nationwide Lights On! After-school project, the Boston Common event celebrates the third annual Lights On! After-school day in the city of Boston. In Boston, "Parents United for Child Care" (PUCC) is organizing "Lights On! After-school" activities and events for 2002. The national day of recognition is a project of the After-school Alliance, an advocacy based organization out of Washington D.C. Its mission is to achieve after-school care for all children by 2010.
SIRS Web Resources For Librarians massachusetts school Library media Association Dedicated to technology; Globalschool House Communications ECIS) Committee on Library/media centers. http://www.sirs.com/wrc/librarians.html
Extractions: Book Awards Discussion Organizations Out Of Print Books ... Other Resources Book Awards Back to Top Discussion Back to Top Organizations Back to Top Back to Top Libraries on the Web Back to Top Internet Library Resources Back to Top 10,000 Newspapers Online AMG All Music Guide Ariadne ... Canadian Gateways - Selected Canadian dedicated links Database of Award-Winning Children's Literature Educational Technology Journal EdWeb Global School House ... The Link The Link is The newsletter of the European Council of International Schools (ECIS) Committee on Library/Media Centers.
GSLIS - Resources: Jobs The Graduate school of Library and Information Science has compiled a large list of library employment Category Reference Libraries Employment Job Listings professional library and information science positions and support positions availablein massachusetts. school Libraries/media centers school Library http://alexia.lis.uiuc.edu/gslis/resources/jobs.html
Extractions: A comprehensive listing of national and international library-related organizations and professional associations. Many of these sites will have links to jobs resources. Employment Websites and Listservs This is not an all-inclusive list to online resources for finding LIS-related jobs at all LIS-related corporations, libraries, etc., but rather a list of general sites that have collections of LIS job postings. If you know of any that are not listed here please send the URL to firstname.lastname@example.org
School Libraries In Massachusetts Provides directory of school and state libraries and resources.Category Regional North America Education school Libraries Requirement for school Library media Specialists in of the impact of school librariesupon student achievement on the massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/mass.html
Extractions: 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 Resource Sharing Networks ... Other Web Sites School Library Pages Boston Arts Academy/Fenway High School Library - Boston The Winsor School - The Virginia Wing Library - Boston Bourne Middle School Media Center - Bourne Harry Lee Cole Elementary School Library - Boxford Brockton High School Library/Media Department - Brockton
Dalia Kitchen Design Boston, massachusetts design firm for kitchens, bathrooms, home offices, and media centers. Exceptional services to discriminating homeowners, architects and designers. http://www.daliakitchendesign.com
Extractions: about Library Media Centers By Doris Smith MASSACHUSETTS ranks 47th out of 50 states in the number of students per school library media specialist. Thirteen percent of Massachusetts's public schools do not provide library media center programs for their students and staff. For a state with so many institutions of higher learning and high tech companies, the condition of the school libraries in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is untenable. As a first step in improving the situation, the Massachusetts School Library Media Association (MSLMA) set goals to make our profession more widely known in our state and to demonstrate the importance of our role in the school and in curriculum planning. Then came the Information Power II initiative from the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), with its mandate to reach out to other organizations. Margaret Hallissey, MSLMA past president and AASL representative, challenged us to stretch ourselves and make contact with other organizations in the educational community
School Library Media Centers 1993-94 Education Statistics. school Library media centers 199394, NCES 98282, students using school library media centers and in Percent of school library media centers that did http://nces.ed.gov/pubs98/98282.pdf
Greater Lowell Technical High School Media Center Library Hours Tyngsboro, MA.Category Regional North America Localities T Tyngsborough media Retrieval Center (which sends video programs out school wide), the The mediaCenter is a member of the Northeast massachusetts Regional Library System http://www.mec.edu/gltech/library/
Extractions: National Library Week April 7-11, 2003 About The Library... The Library Media Services Department at Greater Lowell Tech contains one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in a technical secondary school in the country. It provides students with a wide variety of resources that are integrated into the curriculum and learning activities to help them become lifelong learners and discriminating users of information. There are four library/media centers at Greater Lowell Tech. The main one, the IMC (Instructional Media Center) is located on the third floor in the center of the building. Each of the three satellite media centers, SMCs, are located in a technical cluster. They are the Business/Graphics SMC, Construction/Automotive SMC, and the Personal Services/Health SMC. They hold print material for technical areas of instruction, as well as video carrels and computers, each connected system wide to a main source.
Library Standards/Kentridge High School Standards for school Library media centers in the Commonwealth of MassachusettsThe revised standards (1996) represent the benchmark against which all school http://www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/KR/LIBRARY/LIBRARIAN/library_stands.html
Extractions: Part of the WLMA site. Links to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC's) for School Library Media Programs (Legal guidelines for library media programs in the state of Washington.) and Information Power for Washington; Guidelines for School Library Media Programs. (The OSPI/WLMA Guidelines provide assistance to practioners and administrators in interpreting the WACs.) Standards for School Library Media Centers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts The revised standards (1996) represent the benchmark against which all school library media services in Massachusetts should be measured. When used by administrators and school library media specialists, this publication should help provide the means to bring quality school library media services to all students in Massachusetts thereby positively impacting their academic achievement and enabling students to participate in the "age of information." School Library Standards for Texas
MAME: Library/Media Standards/Curriculum massachusetts Department of Education Standards for school Library MediaCenters in the Commonwealth of massachusetts Official State site. http://www.mame.gen.mi.us/resourc/standardslib.html
Web Links For Librarians Lance that documents the positive relationship between school library media fundingand LM_Net on the World Wide Web massachusetts Library Association http://lps.lexingtonma.org/Libdept/weblinkslib.html
IP LInks And Resources massachusetts school Library media Association. Standards for school Library mediaCenters in the Commonwealth of massachusetts http//www.doe.mass.edu/doedocs http://www.nhema.net/IP Links and Resources.htm
SELECTION POLICIES html. SAMPLE OF LOCAL / REGIONAL / STATE POLICIES. Standards for SchoolLibrary media centers in the Commonwealth of massachusetts. http://www.cesa10.k12.wi.us/IMC/Policies.htm
Extractions: POLICIES 101 September 2002 Policy Manuals for School Libraries (Inez Ramsey, James Madison University) http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/libpolicy.htm AASL Position Statements http://www.ala.org/aasl/positions/index.html Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning http://www.ala.org/aasl/ip_toc.html Acceptable Use Policies - A Handbook (Virginia Department of Education Division of Technology) http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Technology/AUP/home.shtml Supporting the Safe and Responsible Use of the Internet by Students: A Children's Internet Protection Act Planning Guide (Honor Text by Nancy E. Willard) http://responsiblenetizen.org/cipa/table.html As required by Wisconsin administrative rule PI 9.03(1)(e) for Wis. Stat. 118 Workbook for Selection Policy: Writing Office for Intellectual Freedom (ALA) http://www.ala.org/alaorg/oif/workbook_selection.html