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21. College Of Fine Arts // People Directory
in Visual Communications in the school of Art. a member of the New media centers internationalconsortium Technology Partnership at the University of arizona.

22. TEC Affiliates & Resource Agencies
University ·arizona Greyhills Academy ·arizona Department of l. ·Queen's University·Regional media centers Assoc CA ·Riverside Unified school District, CA

23. Regional Technology In Education Consortia
K12) classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings, includingadult literacy centers. State Facilitator; arizona school Services for
Mission - Improving Student Achievement with Technology The Regional Technology in Education Consortia (R*TEC) program is established to help states, local educational agencies, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and other education entities successfully integrate technologies into kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12) classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings, including adult literacy centers. In providing such help the Regional Technology in Education Consortia:
  • establish and conduct regional activities that address professional development, technical assistance, and information resource dissemination to promote the effective use of technology in education with special emphasis on meeting the documented needs of educators and learners in the region they serve;
  • foster regional cooperation and resource sharing.
The U.S. Department of Education , through its Office of Educational Research and Improvement , issued a competitive Request for Proposals that resulted in funding six Regional Technology in Education Consortia under the authorizing statute Title III Part A Section 3141 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as amended (20 U.S.C. 6861)

24. Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted
arizona. INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTERS. (2001), Classrooms, 11.5. Computer labs, 14.6.Libraries/media centers, 79.7. Statewide. 74. National school Lunch Program, Eligible,68.

25. Research Centers Of The University Of Arizona
Fine Arts Center for New media; Pharmaceutical Economics arizona Health Sciences Centerlocated in Phoenix, arizona. UA Colleges and local school districts, that
Skip Navigation UA Home Search / Index > Research Centers
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  • Advanced Traffic and Logistics Algorithms and Systems Center (ATLAS)
    Conducts research and development, technology transfer and enhances education in advanced transportation and logistics.
  • AHSC Phoenix Campus
    A branch campus of Arizona Health Sciences Center located in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Applied Research in Anthropology, Bureau of
  • Applied Sociology, Center for
  • Arid Lands Studies
    A multidisciplinary research, information, and teaching unit that addresses problems relating to understanding and managing the world's arid lands.
  • Arizona Arthritis Center
    Committed to both care and research to improve the quality of life for people living with arthritis.
  • Arizona Cancer Center
    A National Cancer Institute-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Arizona Health Sciences Center.
  • Arizona Center for Mathematical Sciences
  • Arizona Center on Aging
  • Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center
  • Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center ...
  • Arizona Research Laboratories Supports and promotes interdisciplinary collaborations which initiate new research and educational programs of high priority to the scientific community.
  • Arizona Respiratory Center An internationally renowned organization of physicians, scientists, and scholars all seeking to understand and eradicate respiratory diseases.
  • 26. CERU Links, Arizona State University
    to promote highquality, well-coordinated school health programs ten more privatecolleges, public universities and media arts centers, provoking discussion
    CERU Links Below are links about the commercialization of public education. Be sure to visit the CERU Resources page for additional items of interest. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Back to top Adbusters Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Adbusters is a not-for-profit, global network of artists, activists, writers, students, educators and entrepreneurs. Advertising Archives "This is the largest collection of its kind in the world, and a unique reference source for the media, collectors, designers, advertising agencies, academics and all those who are interested in art, social history, sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll, and every product that has been advertised in the last 150 years." Advertising Association Food Advertising Unit
    Advertising Association is a professional organization in the United Kingdom. The Food Advertising Unit deals with advertising to children. Advertising Education Forum
    "The Advertising Education Forum (AEF) is a non-profit organization for all parties interested in issues relating to advertising and children in Europe."

    27. CERU Other Writing Of Interest, Arizona State University
    A media release by Aptos Middle school in San Francisco on project to eliminate junkfood sold at the school and replace it SOURCE centers for Disease Control.
    CERU Other Writing of Interest Quick Links To Previous Writing of Interest Current DATE: March 27, 2003 TITLE: Healthy Food, Healthy Kids AUTHOR/S: Dana Woldow and Caroline Grannan DESCRIPTION: This seven-page guide, produced by parents of Aptos Middle School in San Francisco, describes how parents can get rid of junk food at their children's schools. It is made available by Parents Advocating School Accountability, a San Francisco-based research and information project. DATE: March 15, 2003 TITLE: UW Students Won't Give Addresses to Credit Card Company SOURCE: Seattle (Wash.) Post-Intelligencer DESCRIPTION: Student leaders at the University of Washington kill a seven-year, $2.1 million deal, that would have given a credit card company access to students' addresses. DATE: March 5, 2003 TITLE: 'A la carte' School Lunches Under Fire AUTHOR/S: Dan Freedman
    SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle DESCRIPTION: Article quotes Sen. Tom Harkin(Iowa) at hearings on the National School Lunch Program. Also link to

    Colorado school library media centers were identified as models, to be replicatedthroughout the state under the Power Libraries program. arizona SCIENCE

    29. Arizona Daily Wildcat - Centers Address Minority Retention - Thursday February 6
    need loans like this to make it through the school year, said© Copyright 2002 The arizona Daily Wildcat - arizona Student media.
    Campus News Sports
    Basketball Opinions ... Classifieds THE WILDCAT Write a letter to the Editor Contact the Daily Wildcat staff ... Send feedback to the web designers
    UA STUDENT MEDIA Arizona Student Media info UATV - student TV KAMP - student radio Daily Wildcat ... staff alumni
    Centers address minority retention
    KEVIN KLAUS/Arizona Daily Wildcat Veronica Martinez, a political science junior, studies in the Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs Center yesterday. By Cara O’Connor
    Arizona Daily Wildcat
    Thursday February 6, 2003
    When Krystalyn Kinsel’s scholarship money did not arrive on time, the Native American Student Affairs center gave the political science freshman and member of the Navajo tribe an emergency loan to purchase her books. Many students need loans like this to make it through the school year, said Monica Nuvamsa, senior coordinator of Native American Student Affairs. Like other multicultural student affairs centers, Native American Student Affairs strives to guide and assist its students, ultimately seeing them through to graduation, Nuvamsa said. The freshman dropout rate is 23 percent, meaning that half of the students who leave the university do so before the beginning of their second year, according to an Undergraduate Education and Student Research report.

    30. UW-Madison New Media Centers
    for learning biology developed at The University of arizona. students at the collegeand high school level, but is on the UWMadison New media Center program
    Teaching with Technology
    Perspectives on Learning
    Teaching Tips Archive
    Teaching practices that could be used by teachers to improve their teaching. What do undergraduates think of their science education Examples of Web-based Instruction used in today's class Biology on the Web at UW: A Sampler of Web-based Biology Instruction at UW-Madison
    Web-based Biology Curricula
    The Biology Project
    An interactive online resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. It has been designed for biology students at the college and high school level, but is useful for medical students, physicians, science writers, and all types of interested people.
    The Biology Place

    An on-line curriculum originated with the help of Neil Campbell, author of the best selling undergraduate biology text.
    Note: you will need a password, please ask.
    General Resources
    Learning Technology and Distance Education

    The Division of Information Technology's Learning Technology and Distance Education help faculty across the campus integrate new technologies into teaching and learning. For information on the UW-Madison New Media Center program please contact John Staley , the NMC Program Manager at 263-3911.

    31. NLAQ: Thursday Programs And Events MPLA/NLA/NEMA 2000
    education and training from arizona to Wyoming. Sponsored by MPLA State Agencies,Cooperatives, and Systems Section. school Library media centers CountAction
    Vol 31. No 3. Fall 2000 p.6-12 Thursday Programs and Events Thursday October 26 7:00 am - 5:30 pm Conference Registration 8:00 am - 5:00 pm The Big Idea Exchange Laura Pietsch, Organizer, Bellevue (NE) East High School
    Sponsored by NLA School, Children's, and Young People's Section
    8:00 am - 9:00 am WHCLIST Business Meeting I Conference Programs: 8:30 - 9:20 am Thursday, 1st Session Building Community: Creating a Community Internet Festival
    Three years ago, volunteers from the public library, university, local newspaper, public schools and chamber of commerce organized and planned the first community Internet Festival. Two of the festival planners will describe the goals, process, and collaborative nature of the festival that has now become one of the best-attended events in Bozeman, MT.
    Sponsored by MPLA Public Library/Trustee Section Getting the Most for Your Money: Negotiating With Database Vendors for Consortia Pricing
    Corky Walters, WYLD Manager, Wyoming State Library Practical steps to navigating a successful negotiation with database vendors specifically for group licensing by consortia. Speakers will suggest various techniques, which have created a win-win situation through the years with many vendors in a statewide consortium.

    32. The Online School Directory
    Film media Production schools. DeVry University centers Mesa (arizona). KellerGraduate school of Management of Devry University Alpharetta (GEORGIA).
    Search this site for: Subjects Online Schools Schools by State Masters ... MBA Subjects Accounting Schools Animation Schools Automotive Training Aviation Schools ... Web Design Schools
    The Online School Directory
    Schools offering MBA
    American InterContinental University Dunwoody (Georgia) American InterContinental University Fort Lauderdale (Florida) American InterContinental University London (London) American InterContinental University Online (Online) ... Privacy Statement

    33. Johnb.html
    In addition to school visits, John has and Librarian Associations in arizona, BritishColumbia presentation, crowded libraries or media centers work much better
    School Visits by John Bianchi Elementary school - Grades K through 8 - Large group or small group presentations HOME PRESENTATION PREPARATION SETUP ... E-MAIL I n addition to school visits, John has addressed Reading Conferences, International Reading Associations, and Librarian Associations in Arizona, British Columbia, California, Indiana, Manitoba, Montana, Pennsylvania, Ontario and Washington State. In 1997, He and partner Frank Edwards presented at the International Reading Association's National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
    Presentation I try to do three things during my presentation: inform, entertain, and inspire. To accomplish this I usually divide my talk into two or three parts. The first part is used for questions and answers. To illustrate my answers, I draw cartoons on an overhead and give the transparencies to the students. I use the second part to show slides of my work, my home, my studio, my family, the neighborhood critters, or (depending on the questions) whatever else might interest the students. In the optional third part, the students and I draw a cartoon together. My primary goal is to motivate students to read, write, and draw.

    34. State Map Of Other National Conferences
    arizona. October 1317, 2004 American school Health Association. Puerto Rico. October30-3, 2003 Consortium of College and University media centers. South Dakota.
    Click on the state for conferences in that state.
    October 9-11, 2003 Society of Women Engineers Alaska October 7-11, 2003 North American Association for Environmental Education Arizona March 17-19, 2003 Microcomputers in Education Conference January 4-7, 2004 Mathematical Association of America Arkansas California March 8-10, 2003 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development March 19-23, 2003 National Society of Black Engineers April 5-8, 2003 National School Boards Association April 11-15, 2003 National Association of Elementary School Principals May 8-10, 2003 Computer-Using Educators May 23-26, 2003 National Space Society June 24-25, 2003 Women in Technology International July 12-18, 2003 American Association of the Deaf-Blind July 27-31, 2003 SyllabusWeb September 1-6, 2003 Division for Planetary Sciences October 22-24, 2003 Institute for Transfer of Technology to Education October 23-25, 2003 Computer-Using Educators November 4-7, 2003 Education and Information Technology (EDUCAUSE) December 8-12, 2003 American Geophysical Union January 22-24, 2004

    35. School-Libraries.Org: Curriculum And Technology Planning Links Online Resources
    based on nationally developed guidelines for school library media centers, for considerationby A Journal of Book Reviews From arizona State University
    Online Resources for School Librarians
    Curriculum and Technology Planning Links

    General School Librarian Resources
    Curriculum and Technology Planning Links Books, Book Reviews and Reading Resources

    The Web of Life Quilt from the Exhibit:
    "Quilts and Quiltmaking in America"
    Library of Congress American Memory Learning and Teaching With the Web Web Gateways to Information Information Literacy and Library Skills Professional Associations and Organizations Resource Sections: Welcome to School-Libraries.Org Online Resources General Librarian Resources Curriculum and Technology Planning Links Books, Book Reviews and Reading Resources ...
    AB862 Powerpoint Presentation

    A slide show which explains the innovative California Public School Library Act of 1998 from a school librarian's perspective. Created by Susan Choi, CSLA Past President and Manager, Library Services, Santa Clara County Office of Education. America Reads in California
    "In an effort to better coordinate reading and literacy activities in California, a number of interested organizations and individuals met in San Francisco on June 4, 1997 under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Education's Region IX office. This consortia, the California Reads Roundtable, plans to meet on a regular basis and to use this website as a means to better coordinate reading activities in California Your participation and suggestions are invited." AskA+ Locator
    The Virtual Reference Desk AskA+ Locator provides resources and links to experts that offer answers to questions that students might have. "The following is a list of all the sites organized by their subject matter. The list is in alphabetical order of subject, and then title name. There may be more than one site with the same name listed, but each link leads to an individual resource. " This is an excellent way for schools to allow and promote collaboration beyond the school site.

    36. Catherine A
    National Association of Laboratory schools, Phoenix, arizona. American Associationof school Librarians National College and University media centers, San Diego
    Back to Home Page Catherine Edwards, Ed.D.
    300 Tennessee Street #5
    Johnson City, TN 37604
    Ed.D. - East Tennessee State University, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
    Dissertation topic: Successful Integration of Internet Technology in the K-12 Classroom: Trends, Perceptions, and Successful Practices
    URL: Currently teaching educational media concentration courses for M.Ed. in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at ETSU.
    MEDA 5635Basic Reference Materials
    MEDA 5710School Library Media Program Development
    MEDA 5715Instructional Role of the School Library Media Specialist Certification
    Professional license # 000530458
    Beginning administrator license Endorsements: English 7-12 Library Science K-12 Employment 1995-present: 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 1989-1991 Elementary Librarian - grades K-8- Unicoi County High School * Teacher of the Year for Unicoi County in 1990-91 1979-1989 Teacher/English (secondary) Tennessee High School

    37. USM SLIS
    Academic Libraries (college, university, community college) arizona Western College(Posted on 08/27). school Library media centers none at this time,
    USM - School of Library and Information Science SLIS Home About SLIS Programs Bachelor's ... Jobs USM USM Home USM Libraries Financial Aid Graduate School ... Children's Book Festival Current Job and Fellowship/Scholarship Notices We routinely receive notices about professional positions and internships in a variety of institutions and announcements of academic fellowships/scholarships. Those we receive electronically, we post on LISNEWS; those received by mail are listed here. This supplements the job notices to be found at other library-oriented job sites Introduction Academic Libraries Public Libraries ... Fellowships, Scholarships Introduction Notices are listed by institution type, then by name, with the application deadline provided. We will be happy to give you more information over the phone (601-266-4228) or fax you a copy of the announcement or you may drop by our office in person. Contact us for more information . Best wishes in your search!

    38. The American School Foundation Of Guadalajara
    an auditorium, two libraries/media centers with 30,000 ITESO, Lewis and Clark, LondonSchool of Economics Tulane, UCLA, Universities of arizona, Colorado at
    The School Originally founded in 1915, re-incorporated in 1956, the American School Foundation of Guadalajara (ASFG), Mexico, is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian institution located since 1958 in a northwest suburb of this city. Offering an American-style education, it is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, by the Mexican Secretary of Public Education (grades 1-9) and the National Autonomous University in Mexico City (grades 10-12). The primary language of instruction is English. The Facility ASFG operates on a five acre campus with modern buildings which include: 86 classrooms, an auditorium, two libraries/media centers with 30,000 volumes, infirmary, four science laboratories, four computer labs (IBM, Macintosh), a teaching kitchen, two cafeterias, an Olympic-size swimming pool, weight room, soccer field, and a multipurpose gymnasium. The school library has the largest English reading collection in the State of Jalisco and the second largest in all of Mexico. The Students ASFG currently enrolls a total of 1410 students in pre-school through grade 12. The current high school enrollment (grades 9-12) is 258. The student population is approximately 85% Mexican, 13% American, and 2% other nationalities. Students wishing to study at ASFG must pass an admission examination and demonstrate satisfactory academic performance and good conduct from their previous schools. Ninety-eight percent of the students in the class of 2001 are currently enrolled in colleges and universities in the United States or Mexico.

    39. Mr. J. Vega's Web Links
    arizona Library Association. school Library Standards and Evaluation. PositionStatement on Appropriate Staffing for school Library media centers.
    Mr. J. F. Vega's Web Links
    Phoenix Elementary School District No. 1
    Distrito Escolar Numero 1 de las Escuelas Primarias de Phoenix
    Call 257-3838 if you child will be absent Llame al 257-3838 sí su hijo/a no asistirá a clases GroupWise Email Best viewed with Internet Explorer Este sitio se visualiza mejor con Internet Explorer Web Quests Handouts Teaching Resources ... top Web Quests - A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
    Web Quest Examples
    Web page authoring . . . and thoughts for creating web pages

    40. Eagleton Centers And Programs
    policy matters between members of the Senate and school children. arizona Bar Foundationwith funding from the arizona Supreme Court media and Commercial Sites
    Civic Education Links Gateway Directories Contemporary Federal Government Media and Commercial Sites Government Archives ... New Jersey Civic Education Resources State and Local Governments Council of State Governments National association representing interests of state governments. Resources include online state news briefs links to state home pages ; and drafts of suggested state legislation National Governors Association Features state news briefs governors' biographical profiles key state issues ; and governors' staff contacts National Council of State Legislatures Some online resources available only to registered legislators and their staffs. Public content includes a directory of state legislative Web sites ; searchable online issue databases for legislation and other background information; and

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