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  1. School library/media centers in Georgia ([Georgia library study]) by Beverly A Rawles, 1975

1. Virtual Tour Of Georgia School Media Centers
Media Services Department and ALA Present School Media Centersin Georgia¬Ö A Virtual Tour of Learning! DeKalb County Schools,
http://www2.fultonschools.org/dept/medsvcs/virtual.htm

Media Services Department and ALA Present...
School Media Centers in Georgia¬Ö
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Appling County Schools Atkinson County Schools Atlanta City Schools Bacon County Schools Baker County Schools Baldwin County Schools Banks County Schools Barrow County Schools ... Bleckley County Schools Brantley County Schools Bremen City Schools (Haralson County) Brooks County Schools Bryan County Schools Buford City Schools (Gwinnett County) Bulloch County Schools Burke County Schools Butts County Schools back to top
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Calhoun City Schools (Gordon County) Calhoun County Schools Camden County Schools Candler County Schools Carroll County Schools Carrollton City Schools (Carroll County) Cartersville City Schools (Bartow County) Catoosa County Schools Charlton County Schools Chatham County Schools Chattahoochee County Schools Chattooga County Schools Cherokee County Schools Chickamauga City Schools (Walker County)

2. NET Initiatives Resources For Media Centers 1999 Distribution
georgia Department of Education. Policy and Business Operations The following sets of materials have been distributed to school media centers during March, 1999.
http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/nutrition/netmedia99.html

3. Web Pages Of Vermont School Libraries/Media Centers
Smith Elementary school Library/media Center Burlington. Lawton Intermediate schoolLibrary - Essex Junction. georgia Elementary/Middle school Learning Center
http://dol.state.vt.us/www_root/html/slib.html
Web Pages of Vermont School Libraries/Media Centers
Spaulding High School Library - Barre
Winhall Elementary School Library - Bondville
Bridgewater Village School Library/Media Center - Bridgewater
Mt. Abraham Union High School Library - Bristol
Edmunds Elementary School Library/Media Center - Burlington
C.P. Smith Elementary School Library/Media Center - Burlington
Cabot School Library - Cabot
Charlotte Central School Library - Charlotte
Colchester High School Library - Colchester
Colchester Middle School Library - Colchester
Malletts Bay School Library - Colchester
Porter's Point Elementary School Library - Colchester
Lawton Intermediate School Library - Essex Junction
Georgia Elementary/Middle School Learning Center - Georgia
Mt. Mansfield Union High School Library - Jericho
Burr and Burton Academy Library - Manchester
Mary Hogan School Media Center - Middlebury
Middlebury Union High School Learning Center - Middlebury
North Country Union High School Library - Newport
Northfield Elementary School Library - Northfield
Twinfield Union School Library/Media Center - Plainfield
Proctor Jr./Sr. High School Library/Media Center

4. GLMA: President's Message - Spring
media services, library media educators in our university system, and others interestedin promoting excellence in georgia's school library media centers.
http://www.glma-inc.org/pres_spring00.html
Georgia Library Media Association, Inc.
Georgia Library Legislative Day, Jan. 20, 2000

Pat Wall, President
Georgia Library Media Association, Inc.
This is not just idle curiosity, it is our mandate. We must know the big picture in order to efficiently build a collection of curriculum resources and to effectively collaborate with the instructional staff.
School library media specialists play a vital role in educating Georgia's future…there are no shrinking violets here. Education reform? Bring it on-we are ready, willing, and excited about the challenge. Let's just make sure that it is indeed a move forward, and that vital personnel, facilities, resources, and standards are enhanced. As the Information Power slogan says…" student achievement IS the bottom line."

5. GLMA: President's Message
It is so important to have statewide standards because this will lead to consistencyand equity in all school library media centers throughout georgia.
http://www.glma-inc.org/pres_winter_01.html
Georgia Library Media Association, Inc. President's Message 2001
by Melissa P. Johnston I look forward to my year as your President and working with all of you. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email me melissap@mindspring.com.

6. Bloomington School Media Centers
Methods; Multimedia schools; school Library Journal; explained; Association forInformation media Equipment of georgia Guide to Understanding Copyright and
http://www.bloomington.k12.mn.us/distinfo/technology/media/media.html
Bloomington School District 271
School Media Program
Mission Statement
The mission of the district media and technology program is to provide an environment in which all individuals in Bloomington are empowered to become life-long learners and effective users of information, ideas and technology.
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Bloomington school District 271 school media Program Visit our new. media centers! Elementary. K5. Hillcrest. Community school. media. Center Univ. of georgia Guide to Understanding Copyright and Educational Fair Use
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8. South Carolina School Library Media Centers
THE CRUCIAL YEARS school LIBRARY media centers. showed that only 15 states had schoollibrary supervisors states, including North Carolina, georgia, Florida and
http://www.libsci.sc.edu/histories/school/slh04.html
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.

9. Program Information
offered through distance education to students in georgia and West in academic libraries,special libraries, public libraries, school media centers, and other
http://www.libsci.sc.edu/program/intro.htm
The following information is subject to review and change without notice.
Introduction
    The College of Library and Information Science (CLIS) at the University of South Carolina is one of the nation's youngest and most distinctive schools of library and information science education. With an outstanding faculty who share the philosophy that information service is not primarily a system of procedures relating to materials but rather a dynamic human service profession, the CLIS has produced an effective educational program which prepares graduates to enter challenging and rewarding careers in libraries and information centers in colleges, schools, communities, industries, and businesses. Students in the CLIS enjoy their studies and develop, both in and out of the classroom, collegial relationships and friendships which enrich and support them throughout their professional careers. Many students who are qualified to enroll in the College's programs of library and information science education are not able to participate full time in traditional campus-based classes. We are pleased to be able to offer these students flexible scheduling and convenient modes of course delivery. The USC College of Library and Information Science leads the nation in live interactive transmission of courses. The CLIS has provided this type of innovative educational opportunity to students in South Carolina since 1982. A three-year cohort of students in West Virginia and Georgia completed the USC-MLIS program through distance education in 1995. A three-year cohort in Maine reached completion in 1997. A second cohort began in West Virginia during the 1997-98 academic year and will extend over a four year period. A second four year cohort of Mainers started in Fall 2000.

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4. list school mediarelated professional organizations and Department of Education,georgia Youth Science and Technology centers, Regional Educational
http://www.westga.edu/~distance/sacs/syllabi/MEDT6461syllabusfa2000.htm
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11. Brock
Developing Local History Collections in school media centers. Paper presented atthe annual georgia Council of media Organizations Conference, Jekyll Island, GA
http://www.westga.edu/~distance/vita/brock.html
KATHY T. BROCK P. O. Box 765 770-537-4960 (home) E-mail: kbrock@westga.edu EDUCATION Ph.D., Library Media Management Georgia State University, 1993 Ed.S., Library Science Media Georgia State University, 1985 M.Ed., Media West Georgia College, 1975 B.A., English West Georgia College, 1967 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • Teach Technical Services (graduate section), Media Program (graduate section), Reference Sources and Services (graduate section), Selection of Materials (graduate section), and Supervision of School Library Media Programs (graduate section).
Curriculum Director, Douglas County Schools, Douglasville, GA, 1996-2000.
  • Directed evaluation and revision of K-12 curriculum in all subject areas. Personally provided system-level leadership for school library media and fine arts programs. Wrote and administered grants in the areas of school improvement, fine arts, and instructional technology; organized and trained school-based grants development teams. Taught Administration of School Library Media Programs (graduate section), Selection of Materials (graduate section), and Supervision of Media Programs (graduate section).
Adjunct Faculty, Piedmont College, Demorest, GA, 1999.

12. Library Legislative Day 2/14/02
The georgia Association for Instructional Technology includes includes public andprivate school library media $19.54 per FTE for library media center centers
http://www.gait-inc.org/lldayspeech03.htm
Library Legislative Day
February 13, 2003
Position Statement The Georgia Association for Instructional Technology includes professionals interested in and dedicated to the improvement of education and training through the use of media and information technology. The membership includes public and private school library media specialists, university professors, public and academic librarians, vocational instructors and many more from a wide variety of work settings where technology is used to enhance learning. As a group we offer the following position statements: 1. We support the restoration of funding to $19.54 per FTE for library media center centers in Georgia's public schools. 2. We support the continuation and expansion of the GALILEO project and support the continued funding for K-12 participation in GALILEO. 3. We support continued funding for technology in the public school classrooms as well as the public libraries and universities. It is important to maintain this funding in order that all institutions will have access to the best technology has to offer. 4. We support the continuation of funding to maintain and increase staffing in areas of need, such as library media specialists, technology specialists, and media services personnel.

13. Bibliography
1993. ED 357 755. A study to determine the extent of restriction of accessto books in georgia school library media centers, and by whom restricted.
http://www.iema-ia.org/IEMA130.html
BIBLIOGRAPHY Barron, Daniel D. "Censorship: Your Move in a Serious Game." SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA ACTIVITIES MONTHLY, vol. 7, no. 7, pp. 48-50. March 1991. EJ 423 313 Discusses issues of censorship, includes resource materials, suggestions for further action including examining policy statement and involving teachers and students. Burress, Lee. BATTLE OF THE BOOKS: LITERARY CENSORSHIP IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1950 TO 1985. Scarecrow Press, 1989. Compiled results and commentary of many studies of school censorship conducted by Professor Burress of the University of Wisconsin. Cerra, Kathie Krieger. "Teachers' Attitudes about Intellectual Freedom and Books in the Elementary School. May 1991. ED 362 893. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association (36th, Las Vegas, NV, May 6-10, 1991). Twenty percent of the teachers never participated in selection of books; 59% taught in schools with no written selection policy; 70% of teachers would alter text of an award-winning book in reading it aloud if it contained language that might be offensive; 60% would not purchase favorably reviewed books that might be risky because of subject matter. Clarkson, Frederick, et al. CHALLENGING THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT: THE ACTIVIST'S HANDBOOK. Second Edition. Institute for First Amendment Studies, Inc., a992.

14. IASL: Links To School Library Associations
Florida Library Association (FLA) school Libraries and media centers Section;Florida Association for media in Education (FAME); georgia Library media
http://www.iasl-slo.org/slibassoc.html
Home Contact Search About IASL ... Administration SCHOOL LIBRARY
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 anne@hi.is International Associations Australia
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15. School District Departments Of Libraries
georgia Educational media DeKalb County Schools, Atlanta; Illinois Indian PrairieSchool District 204 Library media centers - Aurora; Bureau Valley CUSD
http://www.sldirectory.com/libsf/sdlibs.html
Pages Maintained by School District Departments of Libraries/Media Services
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16. NET Initiatives Resources For Media Centers
georgia Department of Education Policy and Business Operations NET Initiatives Resourcesfor media centers. The school and Community Nutrition Program was able
http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/nutrition/netmedia.html

17. Department Of Instructional Technology, UGA
Education and attain a passing score on the georgia PRAXIS examination Guidelinesfor Internships in school media centers (EDIT 7460) Version August 16, 1999.
http://it.coe.uga.edu/program_speciallib2.htm
Ed.S. Degree (School Library Media Track) General information Admission Requirements Required Courses Program Handbook Admission Requirements The decision to admit an applicant to a degree program is based on a careful review of the entire application. The goal statement and letters of recommendation are particularly important. Acceptable GPAs and test scores are required as per the following: GRE * (Verbal + Quantitative) Grade Point Ave. (Based on a 4.0 scale)
(Min. of 450 on each section) 3.3 (Graduate)
2.6 (Undergraduate) *The analytical section of the GRE is not used in the admissions decision. All international applicants must also take the TOEFL exam. The minimum score for this exam is 213 for the computer version, or 550 for the printed version.

18. Colorado Study
Athens, GA georgia University, Department of Library Education. (ED 047 694). Theimpact of school library media centers on academic achievement.
http://dewey.chs.chico.k12.ca.us/colo.html
ED372759 May 94 The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement.
ERIC Digest. Author: Lance, Keith Curry ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology, Syracuse, NY. THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC INTRODUCTION Advocates of school library media programs have long been convinced of the relationship between quality library media programs and academic achievement. Most studies of this relationship were conducted between 1959 and 1979, were limited in scope, and usually used a small number of subjects in a limited geographical area. This study was designed both to update the existing research and to examine the relationship between library media programs and student achievement. METHODOLOGY Ideally, schools included in the sample for a study such as this would be selected on a random, stratified, or quota basis. None of these sampling designs was possible, because schools included in the sample had to have library media centers that responded to the 1989 survey of school library media centers in Colorado and had to use the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) or Tests of Achievement and Proficiency (TAP). These data were available for only 221 of 1,331 public elementary and secondary schools in Colorado during the 1988-89 school year. The study relied entirely upon available data about school library media centers and their school and community contexts to predict norm-referenced test scores.

19. Georgia Centers For Advanced Telecommunications Technology, GCATT
The Institute teaches new media classes, and it facilitates interdisciplinary TheTelecommunications Group in the georgia Tech school of Electrical and
http://www.gcatt.gatech.edu/technology/centers.htm
Technology Overview The GCATT Centers Research Updates Events
The GCATT Centers Content Centers - Research in the content subcluster involves the creation, processing, and distribution of content. Content includes standard forms of multimedia such as speech, music, images and video as well as new categories researched in this proposal: tactile and gesture signals, and information coming into and out of sensors, including chemical and biological sensors relevant to agriculture and the environment. Biomedical Interactive Technology Center web
Georgia Tech
Director - John Peifer The Biomedical Interactive Technology Center (BITC) focuses on interactive communication and computer applications in medicine. Research programs include telemedicine, medical visualization, surgery simulation, and advanced medical devices. Center for Signal and Image Processing web
Georgia Tech
Director - Ron Schafer The Center for Signal and Image Processing (CSIP) at Georgia Tech consists of an outstanding, internationally known faculty, a large doctoral education program, and a wide-ranging research program in speech and image processing, digital signal processing algorithms, hardware architectures, and software.

20. Georgia Centers For Advanced Telecommunications Technology, GCATT
Public Policy school of Public Policy georgia Institute of Technology. EducationalTechnology Associate Mr. W. Edward Price, Research Director Interactive media
http://www.gcatt.gatech.edu/otp/af.htm
Office of Technology Policy and Programs (OTP) About OTP Advisory Council Public Policy Lunch Series
Research
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OTP Associates and Fellows Program The Associates and Fellows program is a significant component of the technology policy research agenda of OTP. It consists of invited scholars from the public and private sectors that are selected based upon their academic, policy, technical, legal and industry expertise who have demonstrated prominence in the worlds of telecommunication and/or policy. The associates and fellows work on teams to produce our paper publications series papers and interdisciplinary studies and reports, which offer public and private sector decision-makers varied perspectives on "hot" technology policy issues. These papers are used to contribute to the national dialogue on technology policy ASSOCIATES Senior Research Associates Richard P. Barke, Ph. D.

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