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41. Independent Media Center -
Education Statistics. school Library media centers 199394, NCES 98282, students using school library media centers and in Percent of school library media centers that did
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42. Flexible Access Library Media Programs Bibliography
school Library media Quarterly 19(1), Centerfold. Perceptions of the Role of the schoolLibrarian and Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of arizona.
Flexible Access Library Media Programs Bibliography
compiled by Donna M. Shannon
University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science
April 1998 (revised 5 August 2002) American Association of School Librarians. (1991). Position Statement on Flexible Scheduling . Chicago: American Library Association.
AskERIC InfoGuide on Flexible Scheduling in School Libraries

School Library Media Activities Monthly 9 Bradburn, Frances. (1999). Crunch Time. School Library Journal 45 Browne, Karen Stevens. (1991). Making the Move to Flexible Scheduling-Six Stepping Stones. School Library Media Activities Monthly 8 School Library Journal 35 Buchanan, Jan. (1991). Flexible Access Library Media Programs . Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Burton, Linda. (1989). Perspectives on Flexible Scheduling. School Library Media Activities Monthly 6 Carlisle, Millie. (1991). Indiana School Librarians: Flexible Scheduling and Information Power. Indiana Media Journal 13 Day, Pam A. (1989). Flexible Scheduling: A Bibliography.

43. The National Assembly On School-Based Health Care
htm; SBHCs in the News schoolBased clinics making a comeback in Tucson, arizona(arizona Daily Star, 8 media Relations; http//;

44. LIS 622 School Media Centers
Digest 2001 Table 419.Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by state 199394
LIS 622 School Media Centers Summer 2002 Course Description and Requirements Instructor: Jim Horn, Ph.D. Phone: (212) 579-1604 E-mail: Web Syllabus: Office Hours: By Appointment Bulletin Description: An examination of developments in the principles and strategies for managing information and school information centers. This course examines philosophies and practices related to policy development, budgeting, personnel, resource organization, networking, public relations, and facilities planning. Prerequisites: LIS 508, LIS 510, LIS 511, LIS 512 or permission Palmer School Objectives: This course fulfills the following Palmer School objectives: articulates the mission of the library and information professional in context of the constituency served, demonstrates an understanding of the issues and trends in the information sciences with particular reference to the historical development and future of libraries and librarianship, understand the nature, structure and utilization of information and role of librarians in the design and delivery of information in a rapidly changing multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual global society

45. YALSA: Professional Development Center
Eligibility US and Canadian school library media centers (an individual librarymedia center or entire district's library media services programs) and the
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Professional Development Topics
School Public Library Cooperation School Public Library Cooperation Area III of Young Adults Deserve the Best: Competencies for Librarians Serving Youth. Online Resources AASL Affiliate Assembly Directory of State and Regional Affiliate Organizations
Links to state educational media associations and state school library associations. St. Joseph County Public Library
SJCPL's Public Library WWW Services Database Search Form. Model Programs The Giant Step Award
The Giant Step Award is sponsored by The Gale Group and School Library Journal. Eligibility: "U.S. and Canadian school library media centers (an individual library media center or entire district's library media services programs) and the youth services departments in U.S. and Canadian public libraries that partner with local schools (a single library/branch library or an entire library system."
  • Winner of the 2000 Award - The Henry S. Terrazas Branch Library, Austin, Texas
CLASP . Connecting libraries and school project
A "library school partnership that links schools serving students in kindergarten through 8th grade and the three New York City public library systems."

46. Policy Manuals For School Libraries
Procedures Impacting schools and school Library media From Washington Library mediaAssociation Collection From arizona State Library Collection Development
Policy Manuals for School Libraries
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center (ISLMC) policy manuals for school librarians page. You will find helpful information to guide your school district in developing policy manuals. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page . You can search this site, use an index or sitemap
See Also:
Intellectual Freedom

Internet Acceptable Use Policies

Selected ERIC Documents
Workbook for Selection Policy Writing
From ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom
Information Power; Building Partnerships for Learning
Table of Contents; from American Association of School Librarians
Guidelines for the Development and Implementation of Policies, Regulations and Procedures
From ALA. Office of Intellectual Freedom
Workbook for Selection Policy Writing
Includes Request for Reconsideration Form; Site if the Electronic
Frontier Foundation; reprint of ALA material
Office for Intellectual Freedom. American Library Association
Organization sitemap; links to many documents; statements, such
as filters, policies as confidentiality.
Policies and Procedures Impacting Schools and School Library Media Centers
From Washington Library Media Association
Collection Development Training
Designed for librarians and other staff new to collection development;

47. AHSC Phoenix Campus - Contact Info
by providing medical experts for media interviews and The University of arizona HealthSciences Center in Tucson Pharmacy, Public Health; the school of Health
Phoenix Campus
4001 N. 3rd St.
Suite 415
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Welcome to the Office of Public Affairs at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC), Phoenix Campus. The office provides media relations and community relations for the Arizona Health Sciences Center in Phoenix and Tucson — a non-profit organization serving the state of Arizona — to assist with obtaining media exposure in the greater-Phoenix area and therefore helping to fulfill media priorities within the state. The office also serves the news media and community by providing medical experts for media interviews and delivering health care education programs to the community. The AHSC Phoenix Campus has nearly 400 Phoenix-area physicians who hold UA College of Medicine volunteer faculty appointments, who are experts in various medical disciplines and can provide comment on a wide variety of medical topics. The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center in Tucson includes the top ranked Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health; the School of Health Professions; University Medical Center; and The University Physicians.

48. MarketPlace
Guide to Reference Materials for school Library media centers Barbara Ripp SaffordBookZone Price $45.00 Learn More Order now in one of these formats Book
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Communication Click on any title for more information and to view the covers. Guide to Reference Materials for School Library Media Centers Barbara Ripp Safford BookZone Price: $45.00 Learn More Order now in one of these formats: Handy Dandy Reading Records: K-3 Harriet R. Kinghorn BookZone Price: $23.00 Learn More Order now in one of these formats: Helping Teachers Teach: A School Library Media Specialist's Role Philip M. Turner BookZone Price: $26.50 Learn More Order now in one of these formats: Hints for Teaching Success in Middle School Robert E. Rubinstein BookZone Price: $19.00 Learn More Order now in one of these formats: How to Index Your Local Newspaper Using Wordperfectr or Microsoftr Word for Windowsr Carla D. Morris BookZone Price: $40.00 Learn More Order now in one of these formats: Galloping Along the Old West Trails: An Integrated Social Studies Unit Gary M. Garfield BookZone Price: $25.00

49. University Of Arizona School Of Art
the College of Agriculture's Marley Building, University of arizona, Tucson*, wasa Gayle Wimmer, Professor, Fibers and Mixed media, (MFATyler school of Art
faculty philosophy faculty undergraduate program graduate program ... classes ceramics Aurore Chabot fibers Gayle Wimmer sculpture Moira Geoffrion , Professor, Sculpture/Combined Media, (MFA-Southern Illinois University). Geoffrion, a former Department Head, has had work in international exhibitions, including the Chicago Navy Pier Show, Gallery 10-10 in St. Petersburg, Russia, the Evanston Illinois Art Center. She is represented by the Zaks Gallery, Chicago. Her grants include an Exxon Distinguished Scholar Grant, a Mellon Foundation Faculty Research Grant, an ICIP grant to India, and artist residencies in Switzerland and Bulgaria. She has work in numerous collections, including the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Geoffrion directs the Sculpture area. John Heric , Associate Professor, Sculpture, (MFA-Southern Illinois University). Heric has exhibited his sculpture nationally and has completed many large-scale commissions for private and public collections. He was represented by The Riva Yares Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dennis Jones , Professor, Sculpture, (MFA-Art Institute of Chicago). Jones directed the Sculpture area from 1983 to 1987. His work is exhibited nationally and he has completed many large-scale sculpture commissions for public and private collections. Jones has lectured extensively on the relationships among mathematics, metals and aesthetics.

50. Research By Subject: Library And Information Science
and information on federal libraries and information centers, school library mediacenters, library cooperatives. arizona Library Association (AzLA).
The University of Arizona Library Research by SUBJECT Library and Information Science
Background Information
Finding Articles Web Resources Further Research
The following is a selected list of resources in Library and Information Science.
For further assistance, make an appointment with the librarian for LIS, Mary Feeney, Information about the library services offered by the LIS Librarian and the UA Library.
Background Information (Encyclopedias, Handbooks, and Citation Guides) CITATION GUIDES Citation Guide examples of citations for MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles, as well as links to subject specific citation styles. Citation Guides for Electronic Documents ENCYCLOPEDIAS Encyclopaedia Britannica
Concise as well as scholarly articles on a wide range of subjects. Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science Main Ref. Encyclopedia of Library History Z721 .E54 1994 Main Ref. International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science Z1006 .I57 1997 Main Ref. CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS Dewey Decimal Classification System Library of Congress Classification Outline Library of Congress Classification Schedules Z696.U5 P7 Main

51. The Lightspan Network - Media
resources in the Neighborhood Network centers, Lightspan will during the 199798 schoolyear, according by Professor Jay Blanchard at arizona State University.
2003 Media Coverage 2003 News Releases Archived News Releases
Lightspan Partners With HUD To Develop Education Technology Programs That Benefit Hispanic Families FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 15, 2000
Contact: Bob Scheid
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 15, 2000 — Lightspan, Inc. (NASDAQ:LSPN) announced today that it will be teaming up with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide education technology resources for more than 600 Neighborhood Network centers in public and assisted housing communities. President Clinton will announce the partnership today at the historic White House Strategy Session: Improving Hispanic Student Achievement. The Lightspan/HUD partnership will begin by establishing programs in HUD communities that serve a large number of Hispanic families. To ensure access to the best possible resources in the Neighborhood Network centers, Lightspan will provide interactive and online content including: math and reading activities aligned with state standards; an online English/Spanish Parent and Family Center to provide homework assistance; and a series of online research tools, including an interactive encyclopedia, dictionary and thesaurus. The initial programs will be established in Delaware, where Governor Thomas R. Carper provided leadership in facilitating this dynamic partnership on behalf of lower-income families. "Having spent the past 20 years working in educational technology, I have firsthand knowledge of the equity-in-education issue and how it affects Hispanic communities," said John T. Kernan, chairman and CEO of Lightspan. As a result of Lightspan's success in helping schools and families bridge the digital divide and improve language and academic skills, President Clinton sought out Kernan to participate in the White House Strategy Session.

52. College Of Fine Arts // University Of Arizona // Tucson, Arizona
fine arts, music and dance advisory boards, all high school music departments on campusand in town), music departments in arizona, all print media/radio/TV
What is a Fine Arts Studies major and how do I apply? Also termed Interdisciplinary Studies, this option consists of studying three subject areas of the student's choice in the College, instead of one.


Calendar of Events

Frequently Asked Qs
Digital Arts

College of Fine Arts
P.O. Box 210004
Music Bldg Rm. 111
Tucson, AZ 85721
520.621.1307 (fax) c o n t a c t u s
College of Fine Arts Publications
View by department: College of Fine Arts Art Music Dance Theatre Arts Media Arts Digital Arts
College of Fine Arts
Contact: Suzanne Rice Assistant Director, Development E-mail: Phone: (520) 621-3117 Music 113
  • Calendar of Events Published twice yearly, fall and spring semesters; 2000 to advisory boards, Medici Circle, major donors, prospective donors, UA administration, CFA faculty, staff, and students. Momentum - The College of Fine Arts Newsletter Twelve-page informational newsletter, published twice yearly Annual Report, published annually
School of Art
  • Persona Undergraduate Magazine School of Art Focus - Huge Idea e-zine for Art Graduate Students School of Art Chromophobia An annual high quality magazine of reproduced student work, sent to students, faculty, department supporters.

53. Departments Listing - Information For News Media
school of Family and Consumer Sciences school of Renewable Center Yuma AgriculturalCenters (Valley Station Units Alumni Office arizona Agricultural Experiment
Academic Departments, Agricultural Centers,
and Administrative Units
Listed below are links to the homepages of CALS academic departments, agricultural centers, and administrative units. To find a resource within one of these departments or by selected topic area, visit our listing Finding A Resource or Expert in the College
Academic Units
Agricultural Education Agricultural and Resource Economics Animal Sciences Entomology ... Veterinary Science and Microbiology
Agricultural Centers
Campus Agricultural Center Citrus Agricultural Center Marana Agricultural Center Maricopa Agricultural Center ... Yuma Agricultural Centers (Valley Station and Mesa Station)
Administrative Units
Alumni Office Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station Boyce Thompson Arboretum CALS Administrative Services ... Water Resources Research Center
This page maintained by Robert Lanza,

54. Information For News Media - FAQs
development project designed to assist arizona public school teachers in betweenthe community colleges and the University of arizona. return to media home.
  • Main Articles Listing Agricultural Education
    3. Departmental Award: Agricultural Education: A Small But Mighty Department
    June 01, 2001
    Susan McGinley
    Agriculture and Life Sciences
    University-Wide Teaching Award for Meritorious Departmental Achievement in Instruction The University of Arizona Vice President for Research sponsors this award to recognize and reward departments or programs that have made unique and significant contributions to the teaching efforts of the university and to the education of students. An emphasis is placed on providing evidence that an instructional culture is primary to the department's mission. "Instructional culture" implies an attitude toward teaching ingrained in the entire department/program. This should be reflected in many ways, including the regular program review process, outcome assessment data and the program's reputation outside the institution. Having a few "superstar" teachers is not sufficient to earn an award. Instructional quality is emphasized, not instructional quantity. The winner of this award is not eligible to compete again. The honor comes with $25,000 a year for 3 consecutive years. The department of agricultural education comprises just eight faculty. But the teamwork and dedication to excellence in teaching in the department has turned a program into a powerhouse.
  • 55. Resources Available To GUHSD Students
    Newsbank Newsfile periodicals arizona Republic. When registered, use schooluse link above with individual Return to the GUHSD media centers' home page.
    Glendale Union High School District
    Media Centers
    Gateway to Electronic Resources....
    The Glendale Union High School District subscribes to these resources for access from any campus computer. Use the "Home Access" row of icons for remote access.
    Use this link for school use and registered remote users.
    Online Encyclopedias-
    Encyclopedia Americana,
    Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia,
    Opposing Viewpoints-
    Social Issues topics


    Moon Valley ... Thunderbird
    Home accessget passwords from Media Center staff for home use of these resources. 1st time registration link. When registered, use school use link above with individual password. Online Encyclopedias Opposing Viewpoints- Social Issues topics Apollo Cortez Greenway Moon Valley ... Thunderbird
    Other recommended sites
    Search Engines This chart directs you to a good search engine for your needs.
    GUHSD Curriculum Page- Access the pages of the GUHSD curriuclum departments
    Career Research
    Phoenix Public Library Any student with a Phoenix Public Library card can use its number to access online databases.

    56. Research
    mission of the school library media program and leadership to the Restructured schoolof the arizona State LibraryTechnology Standards Technology standards
    Menu General Evaluation Curriculum Collections Facilities ... Personnel More School Media Links Nancy Everhart's School Media Website School Media Centers LIS 234/ EDU 7334 Creating Basic Audiovisual Media LIS 217/ EDU 7217
    Nancy Everhart's School Library Media Evaluation Instruments
    on the Internet
    School library media specialists are very busy people! With all of the varied duties that need attending to, conducting evaluations often ranks low on the rung of priorities. Or school library media specialists would like to conduct evaluations but require knowledge on how and what to evaluate in the school media center. This page offers links to sites that will assist school library media specialists in getting started. Good luck! General Evaluation State Departments of Education
    State Department of Education pages relating to school library/media center services.. U.S. Department of Education
    Guide to Government Initiatives, Resources, and Services. Includes the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI). National Center for Educational Statistics
    Government-collected state, student, teacher and family statistics as they relate to the status of education.

    57. Sedona Arizona - Churches, Spiritual And Cultural Centers In Sedona And Surround
    Spiritual Growth and Cultural centers Aquarian Concepts Community 2940 SouthwestDr Sedona, AZ 86336 (928) 2041206. arizona school of Integrative Studies 701 S
    Churches, Spirtual Growth and Cultural Centers
    in Sedona and surrounding communities.

    Current Virus Info!



    (Tours, Entertainment,
    Movies, Travel)
    (Including Galleries, Studios)
    Associations and Organizations Automotive Motorcycles and RVs Bed and Breakfasts Building and Construction Churches and Ministries Computers, ISPs Computer Services, Web Design, Web Hosting Community All about Sedona, Northern Arizona Financial Food and Beverage Galleries Health, Beauty and Massage Hotels, Motels Mfg, Whsl, Distrib Media and Advertising Medical Physicians, Hospitals Musicians, DJs New Age Professional Svcs Real Estate ... Restaurants and Dining Guide Retail Schools and Education Services, Info Tours Transportation Utilities ... Links CHURCHES and MINISTRIES: Churches, Houses of Worship Spiritual Growth and Cultural Centers Churches and Houses of Worship Ashren of Enlightenment PO Box 812 Cornville, AZ 86325

    58. ESchool News Online
    99, serves up high school contests via 1101-99, NewslinesArizonaboard okays new 99, eSN Special Report Library media centers The centers

    59. School Choice Links: State Legislative Agenda And Media Resources
    Advocacy Groups, Policy centers, and Think Tanks. State Legislative Agenda andMedia Resource Pages. school Choice and Pluralism. school Choice and Equality.
    Home Search BC Home Contact Us ... Advocacy Groups, Policy Centers, and Think Tanks State Legislative Agenda and Media Resource Pages School Choice and Pluralism School Choice and Equality School Choice and the Ecology of Institutions School Choice and American Constitutional Law Issues: School Choice
    School Choice and Legislation
    As school choice options have made their way to the individual state as the various "laboratories of democracy," many on-line resources have been established to track legislation across the nation in individual states. Advocacy organizations have also established school choice web sites in individual states where legislation has been proposed. Lastly, there exist a number of general resource sites located at web site portals, search engines, and news media devoted to the topic of education. For an alphabetical list of all advocacy groups listed on this web site, click here School Choice Across the US: Current Legislation
    Several sites allow one to follow the legislative agenda of any state on the topic of school choice: Americans United for the Separation of Church and State: Legislative Update
    Advocacy organization site which sponsors an account of church/state issues across the nation (regularly updated).

    60. Private Funding For Tribal Libraries
    Regional funding for arizona only in the areas of college scholarships to high schoolseniors, and Guidelines for Support of media centers funding process is
    Private Funding Sources for Tribal Libraries
    Updated 11 August 2000. Welcome. Below are links to private funding sources for North American Indian tribal libraries. Please email your comments and questions regarding this site to Elaine Cubbins, MA-IRLS at
    Annenberg Foundation

    Funding focus is on "pre-collegiate education, and specifically on public school restructuring and reform...." Areas of specific interest include K-12 public education, early childhood education, and child development and youth services. See the Sample Grants page for examples of funding made for library and information services. Grant proposal guidelines are available online. Books for Kids
    Sponsored by the Seattle Times and with the support of numerous other groups, this nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization gives new books to at-risk children living in Washington state to promote literacy and reading in the home. Children from birth to age 18 are eligible to receive books. Donations come from the general public, corporate book drive programs, some publisher overstock donations and grant funding. Approximately 82,500 books are expected to be distributed in 1998. Recipients include American Indian Community Childcare Center, Spokane; Nisqually Tribal Library, Olympia; Northwest Indian College Lummi Library, Bellingham; Skokomish Tribal Center, Shelton; Squaxin Tribal Center, Shelton. Application guidelines are not included on this site, but more information is available from:

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