AIB | Small School Big Dreams of student work in all visual media are displayed of the Porter Exchange Buildingon massachusetts Avenue in and organizations, and graduate school information http://www.lesley.edu/aib/studentlife/services.html
Extractions: COMMUNITY Student Life Resources Boston ... Site Map The AIB library has about 10,000 books, 450 videos, and subscribes to 95 periodicals. The library also has a collection of 45,000 slides. The collection consists of materials in Fine Arts, Photography, Illustration and Graphic Design. There is a circulating Picture File of 10,000+ photo images, and a Vertical File of current exhibition catalogs and pamphlets on art and artists. The AIB library belongs to Fenway Library Consortium, consisting of 15 libraries to which AIB students have borrowing privileges. Fenway Library Online enables AIB patrons to get books through interlibrary loan. AIB library also provides access to a growing collection of electronic full text databases. AIB students have access to the Eleanor DeWolfe Ludcke Library at Lesley University's Cambridge campus as well. This library supports the academic programs of the university through a collection of books, journals, multimedia, and electronic resources. All of these resources are available to AIB students on and off the AIB campus. The Kresge Center for Teaching Resources, one of the best collections of its kind in the Northeast, is located on the second floor of the Ludcke Library. The Kresge Center houses juvenile books, teaching aids, instructional kits, recordings, videotapes, and other materials designed for us by students in their professional placements. Academic Computing Services
INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDE FOR MEDIA CENTERS the information superhighway, and school media centers. Author Arthur Secret, MassachusettsInstitute of Library Association school media Specialist Workbook http://www.afn.org/~wuft/resource.html
Extractions: NEW INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDE FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS! ** note: This page has been translated from the original (submitted) resource document Some links may have been changed or moved. This project focused on research of the resources available on the Internet. The end product was an Internet resource guide for use in a K12 media center by students, teachers, and media specialists. By targeting a varied audience, the researcher was able to discover the resources that were availablefor all the people that a media specialist may serve. In addition, the researcher focused on reference and bibliographic sources for students because those resources would benefit the greatest number of students. For media specialists and teachers, she (Sally Moses) chose resources that would support their professions. Daily Almanac provides information regarding the current date such as the day and week of the year, phase of the moon, Chinese year, and important events for this date in history. USA Today Hot Site Author: Michael J. Maggio, University of Illinois at Chicago
Other States/Studies to Improve Academic Achievement Oregon Educational media Association http Massachusetts2000. MCAS and school Libraries Making the Connection http//artemis http://www.lrs.org/html/data/school/slmc_other_states.html
Extractions: Impact Studies in Other States Alaska Pennsylvania LRS Studies) In addition to the 2000 "Colorado Study," the Library Research Service has conducted studies of school library media centers in Alaska and Pennsylvania. Results show that here, too, school media librarians and libraries help students perform better on standardized tests.
MSLMA State Standards MSLMA State Standards Page Created September, 1999 Last Updated October 25, 1999 MSLMA Educational Technology Rationale for today's school library media center. Networking and Services provided by the Library media Specialist Skills Taught by Library media Specialist. Collection Standards http://www.mslma.org/mslmapages/mslmastandards.html
MIT - File Moved Management (Sloan school) Management of Technology Program Marine Hydrodynamics LabMassachusetts Space Grant Mathematics Mechanical Engineering media Arts and http://web.mit.edu/research.html
Extractions: 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." The grants cover a range of subjects, including prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, asthma, genetics and home, workplace and recreational injuries. (See complete list attached.) Activities include centers of excellence in prevention research, research projects to inform public policy, and research investigator training and development. The average grant is approximately $250,000. Most projects are funded for three years.
BMHSResearch for Middle and High school students. c1999Marianne HaggertyBillerica Public schools-LibraryMedia Services 365 Boston Road, Billerica, massachusetts 01821. http://www.billerica.mec.edu/bps_ms_research/bps_ms_research.htm
Extractions: updated 04/09/03 You can search your Middle School catalog or the Billerica Public Library catalog from here... Search Locke Middle School Catalog Search Marshall Middle School Catalog Search MVLC Catalog access the Billerica Public Library Catalog here By the Great Horn Spoon: A Gold Rush Adventure A Thinkquest site based on the novel by Sid Fleischman Travel around the Horn, create and send a postcard and experience the Gold Rush firsthand. UMI JuniorQuest over 111 newspapers and periodical titles on topics of general interest. Available at home and at school.* Boston Globe Online Newsroom, access to many U.S. and world newspapers including the Globe. Username : masslib Password : masslib Commonwealth of Massachusetts information on cities and towns. Searchbank-Infotrack-Contemporary Authors and Contemporary Literary Criticism (find biographical information on your favorite author) Dialog@Carl world-wide newspapers World Fact Book 2001 CIA Handbook-up to date statistics and maps.
Kogod School Of Business Visiting Kogod The Kogod school of Business is located on the AmericanUniversity main campus at 4400 massachusetts Avenue, NW. http://www.kogod.american.edu/ArtPage.cfm?ItemID=77