USM SLIS and Information Science, University of Southern mississippi; Head Librarian, AustinHigh school, El Paso 19901993 Library media Specialist, Texas Education http://www-dept.usm.edu/~slis/FacHaynes.htm
Extractions: Top Interests Current ... Faculty Biography EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT 1999- present: Asst. Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Southern Mississippi 1998 - 1999: Instructor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Southern Mississippi 1996-1998: Librarian, Professional Library, El Paso Independent School District
University Of Southern Mississippi Assignments Observation Paper. Arrange to visit one or two schoollibrary media centers to observe for a total of at least 5 hours. http://www.cas.usf.edu/lis/syl/sum02/lis6455summer02.htm
Extractions: University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science Course Syllabus LIS 6455-901 Summer 2002 Dr. Kay Bishop Office Hours: Wed., 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Tampa Office: 2019 CIS, Tampa Office Phone: (813) 974-1089; Home Phone (941) 708-3947 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course Number: LIS 6455 Credit Hours: Title: The Organization and Administration of the School Media Center Catalog Description Media quarters, facilities, collections, equipment, and services. Principles of organization and administration of media programs in elementary and secondary schools. Field trips to area media centers required. To provide learning experiences necessary in the overall management of the library media center. Required Text School Library Management, 4th edition. Compiled by the Editors of The Book Report, Library Talk, and Technology Connection with the assistance of Catherine Andronik. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth Publishing, Inc., 1998. Optional Text Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning. Chicago: Course Objectives Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to: Describe the roles and responsibilities of the school library media specialist in providing for the integration of the library media program into the instructional program of the school.
Syllabus For LIS 408/508 7. Prepare a school library media center manual of this page have not been reviewed,approved, or monitored by The University of Southern mississippi. http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~dehaynes/508syllabus.html
Extractions: Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning . ALA, 1998. Job, Amy G. and Marykay W. Schnare. The School Library Media Specialist as Manager: A Book of Case Studies. Scarecrow Press, 1997. Stein, Barbara and Risa W. Brown. Running a School Library Media Center . Neal-Schuman, 1992. Woolls, Blanche. The School Library Media Manager. 2nd ed. Libraries Unlimited, 1999.
Road Map To The Internet For Educators Filamentality. Internet school Library media Center. school Librarian Link. Returnto the top Staff Development mississippi Department of Education. http://library.msstate.edu/li/mega/mega2/roadmap.asp
IASL: Links To School Library Associations Michigan Association for media in Education (MAME); Minnesota Educational media Organization;mississippi Library Association (MLA) school Section; Missouri http://www.iasl-slo.org/slibassoc.html
Extractions: ASSOCIATIONS ON THE INTERNET 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 email@example.com International Associations Australia United States of America Go back to the top School Library Association of the Northern Territory (SLANT) School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) South Australian School Library Association (SASLA) Council of School Library Associations of South Australia (CoSLA) Resource Centre Teachers' Association (RCTA) South Australia School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) ASLA Tasmania Western Australian School Library Association (WASLA) Go back to the
About The Rice Elementary Media Center research visits. In the Sauk RapidsRice school District, all of ourmedia centers are a blend of print materials and technology. http://www.isd47.org/rice_pages/media/information07.shtml
Extractions: Welcome to the elementary media center where students are frequent visitors and learning is actively pursued. Our media center is open to students and staff at all hours of the school day either through scheduled class periods or individual research visits. In the Sauk Rapids-Rice School District, all of our media centers are a blend of print materials and technology. Students come to the media center once a week for regularly scheduled classes. In addition to a regularly scheduled book checkout time, students are able to check out books at any time during the school week. Media classes develop the skills needed to access, process, and communicate information in an information-rich society. Some of the skills taught are book care, literature appreciation, research, technology and multimedia presentations. CONTACT WEBMASTER RETURN TO THE
Kilmichael Libraries Both KES and MCHS Library media centers have the computerized Jo Stewart Wray, MCHSLibrary media Specialist Angie Return to Montgomery County High school. http://www.mcsd.k12.ms.us/EdResources.html
Extractions: The KES and MCHS Library Media Centers are fully automated with Winnebago CIRC/CAT Software. The centers have reference books, fiction and non-fiction books, newspapers, magazines, films, and educational software. Each center is equipped with computers, printers, and scanners which allow students to access on-line searches to MAGNOLIA and other educational sites. Both KES and MCHS Library Media Centers have the computerized Accelerated Reader Program. The students are given a reading placement test to establish their reading levels. Then, the students select an AR book, read it, and take a computerized quiz. Teachers and students immediately get individualized feedback. The AR Program has tremendously increased the library circulation. Jo Stewart Wray, KES Library Media Specialist Phone: (662) 262-5535 Fax: (662) 262-4912 EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 411 Locate Mississippi Department of Education Alfy - Thematic Teaching Units Subject Area Resources Alphabet Superhighway Mississippi Tech Prep Ask Eric ... GaleNet : Contemporary Literary Criticism Smithsonian Institute Discovering Authors Teacher Exchange Exploring Poetry United States Department of Education Grolier Encyclopedia United States House of Representatives InfoUSA ... American Musuem of Natural History
Analysis Of The Job Market In ILS of Iowa at Iowa City; University of Missouri at Columbia; University of SouthernMississippi at Hattiesburg. SUGGESTED CURRICULUM FOR school media centers. http://www.southernct.edu/departments/ils/ils503/mkcurr.html
Extractions: Suggested Curriculum School Analyses (the competition) Suggested Curriculum (the competitive applicant) Gloria Schultz Special Libraries are difficult to define, in general, because they are so varied. They may be found in private companies, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, or professional organizations, specializing in such areas as law, medicine, business, news, and engineering. The Special Library Association lists twenty-eight subdivisions in all. Information Centers, or Non-libraries, are even more difficult to explain, as they are extremely varied. They are mostly found in private companies and while some of the tasks performed may be the same as a special library, the settings can be very different. In general, librarians who work in these settings tend to provide information for a client, rather than assisting the client in finding his or her own information. The information provided is related to the mission of the organization and computer skills are of the utmost importance in job performance.
Extractions: -By Becky Mather,Information Literacy Task Force Co-Chair A recent article in Principal Leadership ,("Eliminating a 'Yes, But ' Curriculum," Oct.2001 http://www.nassp.org/news/pl_yes_but1001.html ) discussed the importance of helping students become "confident,competent,and joyous readers. The author, Janet Allen, spoke of the need to teach students to love reading. Amen to that! And who better to help nurture a love of reading than the school media specialist? Unfortunately,media specialists and media centers are not mentioned in this article. As Matt Kollasch, moderator of the SLIK-12 listserv wrote on Oct.16: " Read it and weep folks. Not ONE mention of a school library media specialist or the physical entity called the "library" in this article on the importance of reading among students. And this is going to be read by school leaders who will,in many cases, (yet again) ignore the importance of a school library media program. Someone in the field should react to what is missing in this story! AASL should react to this article! How is it that the editors at PRINCI- PALS didn 't catch this...how is that Janet Allen ignored "us." We aren 't telling our story very effectively...is that it? I have been out of the front ranks of school librarianship for about a decade now,so please help me understand why PRINCIPALS and Ms.Allen still don 't get it, as it were?"
Media This applies to days when school is in session. Contact the media center to makearrangements. Calamus Wheatland schools mississippi Bend Area Education http://www.cal-wheat.k12.ia.us/media.html
Extractions: Each media center and computer lab is available to the public and students after regular school hours upon request in addition to during the regular school day. This applies to days when school is in session. Contact the media center to make arrangements. Internet Connections available through * available for both school and home access must check the school newsletter or contact the media center for login and password information. WEBMAX - ordering from Mississippi Bend AEA ELECTRIC LIBRARY H. W. WILSON'S BIOGRAPHIES PLUS ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA ... EBSCO PUBLISHING (magazines/reference books/newspapers/maps/images/etc) OTHER INTERNET CONNECTIONS State Home Pages Information Please Almanac Daily Events in History
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Welcome To Adobe GoLive 6 Make the Connection Quality school Library media Programs Impact Project by IowaArea Education Agencies, published by the mississippi Bend Area http://www.lmcsource.com/tech/ResearchStudies.html
Mississippi If you test in mississippi, the state teacher licensing Guidance Counselor K12, 20420,school Guidance media-Librarian K-12, 10310, Library media Specialist, 590. http://www.ets.org/praxis/prxms.html
Extractions: Tests at a Glance Supplement to: The Praxis Series 2002-2003 Registration Bulletin If you test in Mississippi, the state teacher licensing agency will automatically receive a copy of your Praxis scores. The first digit of the Session/Test Code indicates the session during which the test is offered in the 2002-2003 testing year. There are no session numbers for the CBT tests, which are given by appointment, as explained in Praxis I Computer-Based Testing. The computer-based tests (CBT) are offered by appointment through a national network of Prometric(TM) Testing Centers (many Prometric Testing Centers are located inside Sylvan Learning Centers), selected institutional sites, and ETS Field Service Offices. Visit Computer-Based Testing for the locations near you. You may not repeat a Computerized PPST in any given 60-day period. If you do so, the scores from your second or subsequent testing will not be reported, and your test fees will not be refunded. Licensure
Mississippi Institutions Of Higher Learning South, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of mississippi, Cellular South 600 students at BlackburnMiddle school in Jackson. Experts Guide to the media This guide includes http://www.ihl.state.ms.us/publicaffairs/default.asp
Extractions: IHL Scholarship Database As staff of the Board of Trustees and the Commissioner, the Office of Public Affairs coordinates communication about Board goals, policies and outcomes with two major constituencies: governmental officials and the media. These functions are carried out in cooperation with the universities, high school counselors, businesses and others. The office also provides leadership with respect to increasing access to higher education. Three full-time staff serve this office. The following initiatives have been developed in collaboration with university, Commissioner's Office colleagues, high school counselors and businesses following review of the results of the statewide survey, which was conducted in 1994 at the request of the President's Council concerning Attitudes of Mississippians toward Higher Education.
Extractions: Assembly on Literature for Adolescents (ALAN) ALAN is a special-interest group of the National Council of Teachers of English. Its members include teachers, authors, librarians, publishers, and others with an interest in young adult literature. The organization publishes The ALAN Review , a journal emphasizing new books, research, and methods of teaching adolescent literature. The full text of the journal is available online. Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) The mission of AECT is "to provide leadership in educational communications and technology by linking professionals holding a common interest in the use of educational technology and its application to the learning process." One of the 11 divisions of this large organization is the
State Of Mississippi Online Publications State and school Employees' Life and Health Plan media mississippi Outdoors Magazine;Parks guide to state mississippi State University Agricultural and Forestry http://www.olemiss.edu/govinfo/ulgbis/miss_st/mspubs.html
Extractions: Mississippi Government Publications Online Alphabetical by Agency/Department A-C D E-L M-Z ... Board of Architecture Board of Dental Examiners Board of Nursing Board of Pharmacy Board of Professional Geologists Board of Public Accountancy Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Board of Trustees IHL Bureau of Plant Industry Commission for Volunteer Service ... Consumer Credit Division click on Credit Unions Department of Corrections Department of Environmental Quality Environmental Resource Center Recycling Directory Annual Reports of Bond Issuance Expenses Financial Impact Analysis of the Proposals Associated with The Advantage Mississippi Initiative Know Your Benefits MERLIN (MMRS Online) financial management Resource Library publications Scroll down to: Media Express for online access to: The Clarion Ledger The Wall Street Journal;
School Libraries Highly recommended. The Chico HS Library One of the outstanding school librariesand media centers. An original and outstanding school library page. http://www.reference.com/Dir/Reference/Libraries/School_Libraries/
Extractions: The Virtual Library Visit this library in Sweden for information on European schools, children's books, "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare," Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Sweden's WWW, and art resources. Features Swedish translation and Swedish sites. Internet School Library Media Center The resources in this site are too numerous to list here, but include a full range of resources for librarianship, organizations for teachers, listerservs, online books and magazines, departments of education links. This site is invaluable to anyone in any aspect of education or research. Highly recommended. The Chico H.S. Library One of the "outstanding school libraries and media centers." An original and outstanding school library page. Easy to click index includes resources for educators and students, Library of Congress history link, and special links for safe schools, online curriculum, and web use. Click on an encyclopedia, subject of your choice, or find out how school libraries impact student achievement. Web Sonar A demonstration site that includes several databases from which to search and showcases a few school libraries. The school district's resources can all be accessed via the web. Find information on Shakespeare, reference, classical literature, and educational videos, to name a few. Search parameters are all listed to make your job easier.
Young Americans - National Fact Sheet 7.2% (no high school education 2 17) cites the Internet as the media influence of OurYouth for the 21st Century, at the mississippi Educational Technology http://www.childrenspartnership.org/youngamericans/factsheet.html
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