South Carolina School Library Media Centers THE CRUCIAL YEARS school LIBRARY media centers. that only 15 states had school librarysupervisors. including North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and tennessee. http://www.libsci.sc.edu/histories/school/slh04.html
Extractions: The Development of School Libraries in South Carolina The following speech was delivered by Margaret Ehrhardt on March 31, 1988 as the Third Annual Deans' Lecture of the University of South Carolina College of Library and Information Science. Ms. Ehrhardt was Supervisor of School Library Services for the South Carolina State Department of Education from 1970 until the early 1980s. THE CRUCIAL YEARS: SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTERS The years 1945-1985 were crucial years for school library programs, not only in South Carolina, but for the nation as well. The ALA Handbook for 1944 showed that only 15 states had school library supervisors. It was interesting to note that seven of these were Southern states, including North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Tonight I should like to explore with you some of the significant events that have helped to shape the development of school library media programs in our state. The first significant factor was the employment by the State Department of Education of the first Supervisor of Library Services. It is seldom that one can pinpoint the beginning of a library media program, but this is not true of school library media services in South Carolina. The date was March 29, 1946, and the time was 11:00. It was then that an announcement was made to the School Library Section of the South Carolina Education Association which was in session at University High School here in Columbia that the State Department of Education had received a grant from the General Education Board (of the Rockefeller Foundation) to employ a Library Supervisor. This was the first attempt to bring structure into what had been haphazard library development in the schools.
The Safetyzone | State School Safety Centers Abstract Information Power The Competent school Library media Specialist Role Conflict and the Instructional/Curricular Role Interpersonal and Communication Skills Leadership and Change Agentry Continuing Education and Professional Development http://www.safetyzone.org/state_centers.html
Extractions: In an effort to address the immediate concerns of the Colorado education community, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) introduced the Safe Communities-Safe Schools initiative in the fall of 1999. This project will consist of the following strategies that will be available to all school communities in Colorado: information about the Safe Communities-Safe Schools Model, technical assistance, publications, web site, information house, media campaign, and a long-term response plan. The SSCC seeks to stimulate discussion, collaboration and action against youth violence by bringing schools, police, youth-serving agencies, the judicial system, and other interested parties together in a statewide collaboration. The coalition, formed in 1994, involves more than 1,500 educators, police, and youth workers in activities and stimulates the creation of community-based violence prevention coalitions. It has assisted schools in developing new violence prevention programs and facilitated networking and information sharing among members through bimonthly forums, major conferences, training seminars, task groups, youth involvement, and in-depth consultation and technical assistance to schools and communities.
School Library Media Centers -- Dr. Dania Bilal school of Information Sciences The University of tennesseeKnoxville IS 551 school Library media centers Dr. Dania Bilal Databases and Networks Collection Development Select Jobbers Information Literacy Skills Last updated on 10/1/01. http://www.sis.utk.edu/faculty/bilal/551syll.html
Extractions: Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to: gain knowledge in the operation of school library media programs including beginning a media program, planning, budgeting, managing and maintaining collections, supervising personnel, and integrating information literacy skills into a school's curriculum. become aware of the certification requirements for becoming a school library information specialist in Tennessee.
IASL: School Libraries Worldwide - July 1999 initiative at Lakeside Elementary school, Chattanooga, tennessee was examined casestudies observed how the school library media centers in selected http://www.iasl-slo.org/slwjuly99.html
Extractions: Home Contact Search About IASL ... Administration SCHOOL LIBRARIES WORLDWIDE School Libraries Worldwide is the official professional and research journal of the International Association of School Librarianship. It is published twice yearly, in January and July. School Libraries Worldwide Main Page The School Library Collection: An Essential Building Block to Teaching and Learning One of the primary uses of Library Power funding has been the development or enhancement of school library collections. Collection development during the Library Power grant years is discussed, including the improvement of overall collections. Teachers became more involved in selection and used the collection more in instruction. Contributions of the library collection to instruction are discussed, particularly as the basis for collaboration efforts between the librarian and teachers designed to promote effective teaching and learning in the schools. Access and Use of Library Resources in Library Power
Extractions: The Nature of the School Library Media Program September 10, 2002 Beginning the Job as an Information Specialist As a novice information specialist, you must familiarize yourself with the school's administrative policies, organizational structure, building-level administrators, school board, district-level administrators; media center facilities, collection, and staff. School Board Superintendents Supervisors of Media Programs Set policy for school district Manage day-to-day operations of district program, including building maintenance Serve as a liaison between media specialists and all supervisors and principals Review graduation requirements for high school students Develop and present school budget for approval by school board Hire, supervise and evaluate performance of media specialists Approve budget allocations Hire administrators for central office and building-level programs Develop overall media program policies; acquire, organize, and disseminate textbooks to each school
Dr. Carol Tenopir - Workshops And Presentations Mary Utopia Rothrock lecturer, East tennessee Library Association in the United States, Australian school Library/media centers annual conference, Perth http://web.utk.edu/~tenopir/instruction/workshops.html
Extractions: View Powerpoint Speaker, " Electronic Journals: How User Behaviour is Changing Online Information Meeting , London, December 2001 Keynote Speaker, Revelling in Reference Symposium Australia Library and Information Association , Melbourne, Australia, October 2001 Speaker, On the future of LIS education, ALIA Information Professionals Division, Sydney, Australia, October 2001 Speaker, "Electronic Journals: What Are You Really Getting?", North Carolina Library Association, October 2001 Co-speaker with Donald W. King, "Electronic Publishing and the Economics of Information"
ETRA Faculty Information: Dr. Rebecca Butler 533 school Library media centers; LEIT 523 - media for Young Adults; LEIT 507 -Collection Development; LEIT 527 - Library Materials for Children. East tennessee http://www.cedu.niu.edu/etra/Faculty/r_butler_short_vita.html
Catherine A Consortium of College and University media centers, San Diego, California. Cunningham(1994) Project TEN and the tennessee Public school Teacher (ETSU). http://coe.etsu.edu/uschool/facstaff/cunningh/Catherine-vita.htm
Extractions: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee- University Laboratory School - unit of the College of Education at ETSU. Instructor and teaching Librarian for the K-12 laboratory school. Currently responsible for the management of all print, non- print materials and technology housed in the University School Media Center. Also technology instructor for grades K-5. Developed Library/Media Center curriculum for grades K-12. 1991-1995 Librarian and Media Coordinator for Unicoi County High School
Library Information Center tennessee Electronic Library (See librarian for password for home access). InternetSearch Page. The Impact of school Library media centers on Academic http://www.wcs.edu/phs/mediactr/mchpmain.htm
Extractions: I nformation you need to know! The mission of the Page High School Media Center is to assist students at Page High in becoming effective users of ideas and information. The media center staff is committed to facilitating students and faculty in accessing a wide variety of resources which represent various points of view on current and historical issues in print, non-print, electronic, and online format. Our staff supports the freedom of each student to read, view, listen and discuss a diverse collection of information in order to learn to think creatively and objectively.
Academics tennessee State University Libraries and media centers welcome media centers on themain and downtown campuses balancing family, job school obligations all http://www.tnstate.edu/dept.html
Extractions: LIBRARIES AND MEDIA CENTERS EXTENDED EDUCATION Tennessee State University Libraries and Media Centers welcome students, faculty, staff and the community to use our resources and services. The Libraries would like to acquaint the TSU Students, especially those new to the University, to the collections and services of the University Libraries. Media Centers on the main and downtown campuses offer audio visual services and a variety of computer based information is available. more The Center for Extended Education is the administrative branch of the University responsible for coordinating efforts to serve non-traditional students. At TSU, we recognize the more ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT, ADVISEMENT
James K Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, tennessee. BA., English and Philosophy. Taughtgraduate course, school media and Information centers. http://www.uah.edu/colleges/liberal/education/vitaehorn.htm
Extractions: James K. Horn 125 Royal Drive, # 1101 (256) 824-2327 Madison, AL 35758 firstname.lastname@example.org Education University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee Ph.D ., Social Foundations of Education, December 1995 Dissertation : The Emergence of Meaning in an Interdisciplinary Learning Environment: A Qualitative Study of the James R. Stokely Institute for Liberal Arts Education University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee M.L.S ., Library and Information Science, 1974 Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee B.A ., English and Philosophy Professional Experience Long Island University, Westchester Campus, Pleasantville, New York Summer 2002. Adjunct Professor of Library and Information Studies. Taught graduate course, School Media and Information Centers University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama August 2000 to present. Assistant Professor of Social Foundations and Secondary Curriculum. Courses include Foundations of Education in the United States Sources of American Educational Thought , and Principles of Curriculum Development Supervised student interns and consulted with local schools on technological issues. Served on UAH Faculty Senate, University Library Committee.
Librarian Resources PROJECT; school Libraries in South Dakota and tennessee; Library and Internet; Policiesand Procedures Impacting schools and school Library media centers; http://volweb.utk.edu/school/sumnercs/gallatin/SCL Web/libres.html
DEIS: Information Sciences www.anywhere.tennessee.edu, (800) 6708657. 540 /, Research Methods, Fall2002, TBA. 551 /, school Library media centers, Fall 2002, CyberClass. http://www.outreach.utk.edu/deis/newhome/search/info_sci_results.asp
Extractions: www.anywhere.tennessee.edu email@example.com COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY Information Sciences CORE or required courses are: IS 490, 520, 530, 560, and 580 ELECTIVES will be selected by the School of Information Sciences for offering semester-by-semester. SPECIAL courses require the approval of the department. For these courses please contact the School of Information Sciences directly at http://www.sis.utk.edu/ or (voice). ID# / Section# Course Title Semester Delivery Format Information Environment Fall 2003 CyberClass Information Access and Retrieval Fall 2003 CyberClass Management of Information Organizations Fall 2003 CyberClass Information Environment Fall 2002 CyberClass Information Access and Retrieval Fall 2002 CyberClass Management of Information Organizations Fall 2002 CyberClass PUBLIC LIB MGMT SERVICE Summer 2003 Centra/CyberClass DEV/MGT OF COLLECTIONS Summer 2003 Centra/CyberClass RESOURCES/YOUNG ADULT Summer 2003 Centra/CyberClass Foundations of Information Sciences and Technologies Summer 2002 CyberClass Organization and Representation of Information Spring 2003 CyberClass Foundations of Information Sciences and Technologies Spring 2003 CyberClass Organization and Representation of Information Spring 2002 CyberClass Spring 2002 CyberClass Summer CyberClass Foundations of Information Sciences and Technologies Spring CyberClass
DEIS: CyberClass Listing Forestry, Wildlife, Fisheries, 590 /, Forest Resource Issues of tennessee the InformationSciencesE, 551 /, school Library media centers, CyberClass. http://www.outreach.utk.edu/deis/newhome/search/cyberclass.asp
Extractions: www.anywhere.tennessee.edu firstname.lastname@example.org DELIVERY METHOD: CYBER CyberClass Courses Dept ID# / Section# Course Title Semester Delivery Format Aerospace Engineering Mechanical Vibrations Spring 2003 CyberClass Aerospace Engineering Mechanical Vibrations Spring 2002 CyberClass Biosystems Engineering Biological Treatment Theory Spring 2003 CyberClass Chemical Engineering Introduction to Reliability Engineering Fall 2002 CyberClass Chemical Engineering Introduction to Reliability Engineering Fall CyberClass Chemical Engineering Introduction to Reliability Engineering Fall 2003 CyberClass Chemical Engineering Introduction to Maintenance Engineering Spring 2003 CyberClass Chemical Engineering Industrial Pollution Prevention Spring 2001 CyberClass Civil Engineering Pavement Design Spring 2003 CyberClass Civil Engineering Construction Management I Spring 2003 CyberClass Civil Engineering Structural Dynamics Spring 2003 CyberClass Engineering Science Mechanical Vibrations Spring 2003 CyberClass Engineering Science Mechanical Vibrations Spring 2002 CyberClass Engineering Science Industrial Pollution Prevention Spring CyberClass Engineering Science Industrial Pollution Prevention Spring 2001 CyberClass English Eng /490 Language in the Judicial Process CyberClass Environmental Engineering Spring 2003 CyberClass Environmental Engineering Physiochemical Unit Processes Fall 2002 CyberClass Environmental Engineering Biological Treatment Theory Spring 2003 CyberClass Environmental Engineering
School District Departments Of Libraries school District. tennessee Teaching Information Processing Skills MetropolitanNashville Public schools; Sumner County Libraries. Texas Library media centers 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
Technology TidBits many classrooms (not including labs or library media centers) have at Answer AllK8 + Alternate school ) Windows. tennessee STaR Chart http//www.state.tn.us http://jc-schools.net/etote/jan 10.htm
Extractions: Jefferson County Schools Faye Humbard , Director of Technology Technology TidBits January 10, 2003 E-TOTE ( Tennessee Online Technology Evaluation System) http://tn.ontargetus.com/ Section 2.4 S Internet Access Connectivity/Speed Answer: Direct connectivity to the Internet in all rooms on all campuses. Adequate bandwidth to each classroom over the local area network (at least 100 MB or fiber network LAN). Easy access for students and teachers including some wireless connectivity. Section 2.4 U LAN/WAN Answer: All rooms connected to the LAN/WAN with student access. Minimum 10/100 Cat 5 hubbed network High-end servers, such as Novell or NT servers, serving multiple applications Section 3.1 Computer Counts The school technician will do your computer count. The totals will be emailed to you. All other parts of the form must be completed by individual schools. If you have questions, contact me. Section 3.2 Classroom Computer Access How many classrooms (not including labs or library media centers) have at least one mid- or high-capacity connected to the Internet for teacher use? (The computer may be for teacher use only or shared with students) Answer: The answer would be the total number of classrooms in your school since all have either a mid- or high-capacity computer connected to the Internet.
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Press Releases From Our School To The News Media get a job in the rapidly expanding information technology field, but dont havethe time to go to school full time, the tennessee Technology centers may just http://www.mcminnville.tec.tn.us/special_activities.htm
Extractions: Special Recognition Return to Home Page Message from the Director Message from the Assistant Director TTC scholarships made available By WILL STEWART / Staff Reporter for the Southern Standard Area businesses, county government and Tennessee Technology Center in McMinnville have teamed up to help the Class of 2003 become the workforce of tomorrow. Sponsoring the scholarships are Ben Lomand Telephone Cooperative (five $500 scholarships), Bouldin Corporation (one $1,000 scholarship), Caney Fork Electric Cooperative (two $500 scholarships), Warren County Executives Office (one $500 scholarship) and the Technology Center (one $500 scholarship). Tennessee Technology Center in McMinnville is a Board of Regents institution that provides relevant workforce development training programs in a modern facility. Programs offered include automotive technology, business systems technology, computer maintenance, computer operations technology, electronics technology, industrial maintenance, machine tool technology, medical office assistant, practical nursing and surgical technology.
Table III-35 school media centers. Materials and Services To Special Populations. Southern Connecticut.media Utilization and Curriculum. tennessee. Economics of Information. http://www.ils.unc.edu/ALISE/2002/Curric/Table III-35.htm
Extractions: Table III-35 Courses Cross-Listed with Other Academic Units/ Major Teaching Responsibility in Library and Information Studies School Courses Other Academic Unit Alabama Info Access, Evaluation and Use Education Alberta School Media Centers Storytelling Survey of Childrens Lit. Survey of Young Adult Materials Comic Books/Graphic Novels in Schools/Public Libraries Education Education Education Education Education California Los Angeles Ethnic Studies Clarion Library Materials and Services for Special Audiences Special Education Dalhousie Systems Analysis Dept. of Info. Technology, Mount St. Vincent University Dominican Management Info Sources Information Policy Knowledge Management Business Business Business Business Business Florida State Group Dynamics/Leadership Multicultural Education Communication Education Hawaii Information Literacy and Learning Resources Asian Research Materials and Methods Educational Technology History, Asian Studies Illinois History of Libraries Social Aspects of Info Systems Literacy in the Info Age Communications Communications Communications Indiana Info Resources in Telecommunication Info Resources in Journalism Telecommunications Journalism Iowa Organization of Info Resources Text Retrieval History of Readers/Reading Museum Studies Management Sciences Center for the Book Long Island School Media Centers Education Education Louisiana Info Science Abstracting and Indexing