School Libraries - Nevada To New Hampshire Library media centers Hampstead; Elementary Library Services - Monadnock RegionalSchool District - Swanzey. Resource Sharing Networks. new hampshire Public http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/stpages/nevada.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 Spring Creek Middle School Library - Spring Creek State Pages Relating to School Libraries Other Web Sites School Library Pages Alton Central School Library - Alton Bristol Elementary School Library - Bristol Concord High School Information Center - Concord Rundlett Junior High School Library Media Center - Concord St. Paul's School - Ohrstrom Library - Concord Hopkinton High School Library - Contoocook Pinkerton Academy - Saltmarsh Library - Derry Woodman Park Elementary School Library - Dover Oyster River High School Library - Durham Oyster River Middle School Library - Durham Phillips Exeter Academy Library - Exeter Hollis Brookline High School Library - Hollis Sanborn Regional High School Library - Kingston Lakeway Elementary School Library - Littleton Manchester High School West Library - Manchester Northwest Elementary School Library - Manchester
Extractions: New Hampshire AHEC Program Receives Continued Federal Support HANOVER, NH The New Hampshire Area Health Education Center (AHEC) program has been awarded $3.9 million in continuation support over the next three years by the Health Services Resources Administration (HRSA), effective October 2000. The AHEC is a statewide consortium of academic and community programs in New Hampshire, headquartered at Dartmouth Medical School in Hanover. It was established in 1997 to help increase access to health care by enhancing the distribution, quality and diversity of the health care work force. "Dartmouth is gratified that we can serve the people of New Hampshire as a health care resource, and especially pleased to continue our productive collaboration in health education with partners throughout the state," said Dr. John C. Baldwin, dean of the medical school. "We are honored to be deeply involved in the provision of health care, in the discovery of better health care practices and in the education of the citizens, patients, students and physicians of New Hampshire." New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg stated, "This grant renewal brings us closer to meeting the health care needs of the people of New Hampshire. Providing information and educational materials about health care will help improve the delivery of health care services in our state. I am pleased to have played a role in helping secure this renewal and look forward to its continued success."
New Hampshire Schools On The Web U46 Libraries and Learning centers. State-wide school Library Associations Association of school Librarians. Nebraska Educational media Association. new hampshire Educational media http://www.nhptv.org/kn/vs/nhweb18.htm
NCEF Resource List: Libraries/Media Centers Ski NH Navigator Main Page Great Deals Gold and Value Passes Snowtubing Snowboarding Cross Country Learn to Programs Earn Your Turns Resort Programs Resort Reviews Resort of the Week General Info Friends of NH Skiing media Center International Ski http://www.edfacilities.org/rl/libraries.cfm
School District Departments Of Libraries new hampshire Hampstead school District Library media centers Hampstead;Elementary Library Services - Monadnock Regional school District - Swanzey. http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/sdlibs.html
Extractions: Pages Maintained by School District Departments of Libraries/Media Services School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages State Departments of Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Canada United Kingdom United States British Columbia Manitoba Ontario - Halton District School Board, Burlington
IP LInks And Resources new hampshire Resources. Quarterly Online http//www.ala.org/aasl/SLMR/slmr_resources/slmr_select_toc.htmlImpact of school Library media centers http://www.nhema.net/IP Links and Resources.htm
Library GWRSD school LIBRARY media centers Kingswood Regional High school Tuftonboro schoolmedia Center. Public Library phone5223401; new hampshire State Library and http://www.govwentworth.k12.nh.us/library.html
Extractions: New Hampshire AHEC Program to Enhance Distance Learning Opportunities in the State Hanover, NH-The program office of the New Hampshire AHEC learned today that it will receive support from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant Program to purchase interactive videoconferencing equipment for nine sites in rural New Hampshire. One of two such grants recently awarded in the state, the award will "help build capacity in the North Country to participate in a variety of educational opportunities at a distance," notes Rosemary Orgren, New Hampshire AHEC Program director. The mission of the New Hampshire AHEC Program, administratively based at Dartmouth Medical School, is to enhance the distribution, quality and diversity of health care professionals in the state in order to improve access to care. A partnership between communities and academic institutions, the AHEC Program - through its Centers in Littleton and Raymond - provides continuing education, support for community-based training of students in the health professions, special opportunities for high school students to learn about health careers, and more. Three statewide programs - the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, the State Library, and the AHEC - collaborated on this grant application. Groups that will be served by this award include health and human service professionals, Cooperative Extension educators, librarians, students who are in community placements at a distance from their academic institutions, and the general public.
Professional Organizations Hampstead school District Library media centers. school Librarians American Associationof school Librarians (AASL Children's Librarians of new hampshire Chilis http://hms.hampstead.k12.nh.us/LIBRARY/professional_organizations.htm
Extractions: Back Home Next Hampstead School District Library Media Centers Librarian Resources Professional Organizations American Library Association (ALA) This is a good place to start when looking for information about any library issue, lists of "best" books, Information Power issues, etc. http://www.ala.org/ American Association of School Librarians American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Use this page to find information and position statements on current library issues as well as news about conferences, grants, scholarships, continuing education opportunities, etc. AASL is part of the American Library Association. http://www.ala.org/aasl/ Association for Library Services to Children (ALSC) Part of the American Library Association, the mission of ALSC is: "The Association for Library Service to Children develops and supports the profession of children's librarianship by enabling and encouraging its practitioners to provide the best library service to our nation's children." http://www.ala.org/alsc/
What's New school District Library media centers, which serve the students at the HampsteadCentral school and the Hampstead Middle school in Hampstead, new hampshire. http://hms.hampstead.k12.nh.us/LIBRARY/About the Libraries.htm
Extractions: Back Home Next Hampstead School District Library Media Centers About the Libraries Clair Zarges, Media Generalist (email@example.com Welcome to the Hampstead School District Library Media Centers, which serve the students at the Hampstead Central School and the Hampstead Middle School in Hampstead, New Hampshire. Hampstead Central School Emerson Ave. Hampstead, NH 03841 Tammy Dingman firstname.lastname@example.org Margot Clemente email@example.com Hampstead Middle School 26 School St. Hampstead, NH 03841 Wendy Green firstname.lastname@example.org Sue Wing email@example.com Media Aides: Chellsey, Teagan, Devan, and Nicole Our Mission Our goal is to provide a welcoming and stimulating atmosphere, and to match each student with reading experiences that will last a lifetime. Through the use of books, magazines, video technology, computer software, and Internet resources, we strive to help students become independent and lifelong learners by making reading and research skills second nature to them. The library collections support the school curriculum and offer a wide variety of choices for recreational reading.
Extractions: Charlotte's Web Newsletter Internet Links for Librarians Reference Shelf District Library Staff Meetings ... Where is Charlotte? Library Services Mission Statement The mission of library/media services is to ensure that all students and staff are effective users of resources and information. The primary objective of the school library/media centers is to implement, enrich and support the educational program of the schools. It is the duty of the school library/media centers to provide a wide range of materials on all levels of difficulty, with a diversity of appeal and the presentation of different points of view. The centers have the responsibility to provide these materials for pupils, teachers and administrators alike. Monadnock Regional School District Goals The Monadnock Regional School District will strive to provide the best education for every child. All children in the MRSD will be known.
Manchester School District schools in the greater Manchester, new hampshire area strong schoolcommunity andschool-work components loops connected to media centers, multimedia workstations http://www.ed.gov/Technology/Challenge/ProjectDesc/pt13.html
Extractions: Challenge Grants for Techonology In Education - FY95 The Manchester Challenge is a large-scale education reform effort that is integrating instructional technologies into the curricula of elementary, middle, and high schools in the greater Manchester, New Hampshire area. The project is being implemented in collaboration with the Manchester municipal government, nearby school districts, colleges, businesses, industries and technology vendors. Project technologies include instructional television, satellite broadcasts, multimedia telecomputing, and administrative applications. The program addresses recommendations of the Goals 2000 Act , and has strong school-community and school-work components. Over 28,000 students benefit from project activities. The program is designed to provide all students equitable access to information technology, facilities and training. All participating educators are provided the equipment, training, time and on-going support to enable them to use information technology effectively. All schools throughout the district are being interconnected with a state-of-the-art network for voice, video, and data. Educators and students enhance the learning process with two-way video and audio distance learning classrooms, workstations in all classrooms, instructional television via cable, video production/reception via building institutional loops connected to media centers, multimedia workstations, high speed telecomputing, and a variety of other learning technologies. There are four major program elements:
LIBSTATS - STATE Measures for school Library media centers in Colorado 1998 Excel Files (.xls) Byschool / State Totals new hampshire, new hampshire State Library Public Library http://www.niulib.niu.edu/libstats/STATE.HTM
Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted new hampshire. INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTERS. (2001), Classrooms, 11.8. Computer labs,15.5. Libraries/media centers, 78.3. National school Lunch Program, Eligible,? http://www.edweek.org/sreports/tc02/state_data.cfm?slug=35nh_data.h21
Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted new hampshire. Students per instructional computer in (2000). Statewide, Computerlabs, 21.0. Libary/media centers, 73.8. (2000). Students after school hours, 95. http://www.edweek.org/sreports/tc01/states/tc01state_data.cfm?slug=35nh_data.h20
Internet Policies Michigan Portsmouth Public Library, new hampshire Cazenovia Public new York ShenendehowaPublic Library, new York Public school Libraries and media centers. http://www.colosys.net/pathfinder/NutsBolts/InternetPolicies.htm
Extractions: Home Promotional Materials Press Releases Vendor Products We have a number of vendor supplied items that can be sent to your library via van or mail. To request any or all of these products, please contact us at NHewLINK@library.state.nh.us This symbol indicates the document is in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view PDF files, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available for free from Adobe at http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep.html