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  1. A Model School District Media Program: Montgomery County As a Case Study (Ala Studies in Librarianship) by John T. Gillespie, 1977-06
  2. A process for planning school media programs: Defining service outputs, determining resource and operational requirements, and estimating program costs by James W Liesener, 1972
  3. Planning instruments for school library/media programs, by James W Liesener, 1974
  4. Instruments for planning and evaluating library media programs by James W Liesener, 1980

1. Maryland K-12 School Libraries/Media Centers
Contact Us Help, SAILOR, maryland school Libraries/media centers,K12 Elementary schools Bannockburn Elementary school media Center;
You are here: School Libraries Home Cruise the Internet About Sailor Contact Us ... Help Maryland School Libraries/Media Centers, K-12

2. Maryland State Department Of Education Home Page
Find local education agencies, browse through the department's fact sheet and meet the board of education. Includes a department directory. maryland school Assessment (MSA) Items. media ALERT! March 22 Career Changers Fair Set. BALTIMORE (March 13, 2003). MSDE RELEASES SCHEDULE FOR 2003 SUMMER centers

Nancy S.Grasmick State Superintendent of Schools
MSDE Bulletin
Press Releases Publications Calendar ...
Check out the Governor's visit on MSDE-TV!

Latest News Click Here for all March News Releases MEDIA ALERT!
Family Involvement Conference Set for April 9 at Baltimore Convention Center

BALTIMORE (April 8, 2003)
MSDE Announces $4.2 million in After school Program Grants

Grantees First in a Cohort of Revamped Federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers

BALTIMORE (April 4, 2003)
American Lung Association of Maryland to Honor Superintendent Grasmick
Advocacy, programs dealing with asthma, student health to be highlighted BALTIMORE, MD (April 3, 2003) Parent Booklet Available in 11 Languages BALTIMORE (April 2, 2003)

3. School Libraries In Maryland
considerations for school library media centers. 59p. ERIC NO ED419375; TO ORDER maryland State Department of
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 District Library Pages State Library Pages Other Web Sites School Library Pages

4. School Libraries Menu Page
on assessment of teaching and learning; from University of maryland Statement onAppropriate Staffing for school Library media centers Library media
School Library Media Centers
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center (ISLMC) school libraries page. You will find information on selection, cataloging and classification, management and other topics of interest to school librarians. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page for more links. You can search this site, use an index or a sitemap
See Also: Networking
Assessment General Sites Publicity, Special Observances ... Professional Publications
Information Power; Building Partnerships for Learning
McREL Standards Database
educator resources.
MAME: Library/Media Standards/Curriculum
Excellent collection of links from Michigan Association for
Media in Education
[Back to Top]
Improving America's Schools : A Newsletter on Issues in School Reform
Somewhat dated, 1996. Topics are still timely, as "Creating Better
Student Assessments;" From Improving America's Schools
Vermont's Assessment System
Check site. Page under development
Assessment Resource Center
Information and Web based resources on assessment of teaching
and learning; from University of Maryland

5. Maryland Library Media Learning Outcomes
Bloomington school District 271 school media Program Visit our new. media centers! Elementary. K5. Hillcrest. Community school. media. Center Oregon Study Good schools Have school Librarians. maryland school Library Facts-2002
Outcome 1 Outcome 2 Outcome 3 Outcome 4 ... Outcome 8 OUTCOME 1 Outcome 1 focuses on the location and use of print, electronic and multimedia resources. To use information effectively and efficiently, students must formulate compelling questions, develop information-seeking strategies, read, comprehend and synthesize information in order to communicate new meaning and deeper knowledge.
Locate and use information resources, equipment and other technologies effectively and efficiently. INDICATORS
  • Describe the physical arrangement of the media center.
  • Define the need for personal or curricular information.
  • Form questions based on identified information needs.
  • Use a wide range of information sources.
  • Apply information-seeking strategies.
  • Acquire information from varied sources through reading, listening and viewing.
Connection to National Standards Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning (AASL and AECT, c1998) Standard 1: The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively.
  • Recognizes the need for information.

6. MEMO, The Maryland Educational Media Organization
maryland Educational media Organization. school Library media centers BringStudents and Information Together. PO Box 21127 Baltimore, maryland 21228.
Maryland Educational Media Organization
School Library Media Centers...Bring Students and Information Together
P. O. Box 21127 Baltimore, Maryland 21228
Mae I. Graham Award Committees Membership Purpose ...
Comments/Suggestions Updated 9/30/02

7. Maryland Libraries
maryland Libraries Colleges universities; Periodicals in maryland Libraries (PIML);Public Libraries; school Libraries/media centers, K12; Special Libraries
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8. Maryland K-12 School Libraries/Media Centers
maryland k12 school libraries/media centers. Elementary schools
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9. State Departments Of Library Services
Library media Skills Learner Outcomes maryland school Performance Program.Massachusetts Standards for school Library media centers in Massachusetts;
State Pages Relating to School Library/Media Services
School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Australia Canada United Kingdom Germany ... United States

10. Bloomington School Media Centers
school Library media Research Impact on Student Success. Oregon Study Goodschools Have school Librarians; maryland school Library Facts-2002;
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.
Sample Elementary Weblinks
Visit our new
media centers!
Community School

Indian Mounds Elementary Media Center Web Collection Normandale Hills Elementary Media Center Web Collection Oak Grove Elementary Media Center Web Collection Olson Elementary Web Collection Poplar Bridge Elementary Media Center Web Collection Ridgeview Elementary Web Collection Valley View Elementary Media Center Web Collection Washburn Elementary Media Center Web Collection Westwood Elementary Media Center Web Collection Middle Schools Oak Grove Middle School Media Center Web Collection Olson Middle School Media Center Web Collection Valley View Middle School Media Center Web Collection
High Schools Thomas Jefferson High School Web Collection Kennedy High School Media Center Web Collection Media Resources

11. Carroll County Public Schools Web Site Map
maryland Adult External Diploma Program; MSCC (MultiService Community Center CETV- Channel 21 Programming; Curriculum Library; Elementary school media centers;
CCPS Web Site Directory Structure

12. Index Page
Library media Services 125 North Court Street Westminster, maryland 21157 Telephone(410) 7513490, media Resource school media centers and media Specialists.
Library Media Services
125 North Court Street
Westminster, Maryland 21157
Telephone: (410) 751-3490
Media Resource Center/Teacher Center Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday extended hours 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Resources located at the Media Resource Center include: Other features of this web site include: School Media Centers and Media Specialists Web Collection Plus - search these school's media collection on the web Electronic Databases for elementary Schools (Library Media Enhancement Grant) Web Resources for Library Media Specialists

13. Office Of Library Media Services - School Library Media Learning Outcomes
Challenge Fund Grant and PGCPS school Library media centers How to download PDFfiles. Highlights from the web page published by the maryland State Department
School Library Media Learning Outcomes:
Quick Click Guide - Click on any topic listed below to quickly go to that subject!
Highlights from MSDE

Planning a successful Library Media program

Scope and Sequence, Library Media Service Grades K-12

Click here to see the PowerPoint Presentation:
How to download PDF files
Highlights from the web page published by the Maryland State Department of Education: Learning outcomes in library media skills were identified to demonstrate that library media skills are an integral part of the Maryland School Performance Program as they support learning outcomes in mathematics, reading, writing/language usage, social studies, and science. The nine goals in the curricular framework were studied and consolidated to produce seven learning outcomes. Indicators in the curricular areas were identified and matched with an appropriate library media skill/attitude. These matches produced indicators that were fully integrated to describe activities that lead to the successful achievement of the learning outcomes in all disciplines and promote lifelong learning. MSDE web page -"Clarification of the Maryland Learning Outcomes for Library Media Skills":

school LIBRARY AND media centers. Caroline County Board of Education CarolineCounty maryland - USA. Faculty and Staff. Supervisor of Instruction.

Caroline County Board of Education
Caroline County - Maryland - USA
Faculty and Staff
Supervisor of Instruction
  • John Perry - Central Office
    Media Specialists
    Bonnie Baker - Ridgely Elementary School
    Jill Ball - Greensboro Elementary School
    Virginia Thorwart - Federalsburg Elementary School
    Wendy Fitzgerald - Col. Richardson Middle School
    Louise Perry - Denton Elementary School
    Ann Reed - Colonel Richardson High School
    Claire Stevens - Lockerman Middle School
    Agnes Sturtz - Preston Elementary School Phyllis Triggs - North Caroline High School
  • 15. Maryland Libraries
    Local Public Libraries In maryland are twentyfour public library systems, one ineach county and Baltimore City school library media centers in 1,290
  • Local Public Libraries In Maryland are twenty-four public library systems, one in each county and Baltimore City, with a combined collection of 13.5 million items. Some 178 public libraries were operating in 1999. School library media centers in 1,290 public elementary, middle and secondary schools hold more than 12.8 million items. Automated circulation systems exist in 79 percent of these schools and 56 percent provide on-line public access to their catalogs. Enoch Pratt Free Library, Cathedral St., Baltimore, Maryland, January 2001. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
    The Maryland State Library Network serves more than 400 libraries throughout the State, primarily through interlibrary loan of materials and information. The Network consists of the State Library Resource Center (Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore); 3 regional library resource centers (Eastern Shore, Southern Maryland, Western Maryland); 4 academic libraries lending specialized materials; and more than 125 libraries that fill interlibrary loan requests from their collections. North County Public Library, Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, Maryland, January 2001. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
  • 16. SLMR Online © 2000 ALA
    H. Thomas Walker, Networking and school Library media centers A Report of aPilot Project of the Howard County (maryland) Public school System and the

    17. SLMR Online © 1999 ALA
    Practices of the Instructional media Service centers of of maryland, 1985); DanielCallison, Experience and Time Factors in Public school Teacher Evaluation

    18. Information Specialist Role Of Library Media Specialist
    The cohort is a 36 hour graduate credit masters degree program that will certifyparticipants to administer school library media centers in maryland.
    Contents This Page
    BCPS Selection Policy

    Ethical Use and Issues

    Handy Reference Sources
    Searching Strategies

    The MSDE Standards
    for School Library Media Programs
    provide the guiding principles for program development and evaluation in the Baltimore County Public Schools. A merican A ssociation of S chool L ibrarians
    Position Statements
    Privacy Library Records
    and others Resource Guides These web-based guides comprise a working bibliography of resources gathered by AASL staff to assist library media staff with all aspects of library programming. Ethical Uses and Issues Telecommunications All library media specialists are required to attend email training and obtain bcps email accounts. BCPS email will be our primary method of communication. See progress of Telecommunications Policy Revision Committee. Parent Internet Education Project (P.I.E) Online curriculum to use with parent workshops to teach about the benefits, safe uses, as well as the risks of the Interent.

    19. Della Curtis Biography
    Library media Program of Instruction, (3) Facilities Guidelines for Library mediaPrograms in maryland.; and, (4) Services of school Library media centers (1978
    Della Anderson Curtis
    Baltimore County Public Schools
    6901 Charles St.
    Towson, MD 21204
    Della Curtis is currently the Coordinator of the Office of Library Information Services for the Baltimore County Public Schools, the 24th largest school district in the United States. She is also a part time instructor at Towson University in the College of Education, Department of Instructional Technology and developer of many Maryland State Department of Education inservice courses for library media specialists and teachers. She received a B.A. degree from Salem-Teikyo University in Library Science, Secondary Education, and English (1968) and a M.S. degree from Towson University in Instructional Technology (1981). She has received many awards among which are: the 1998 Towson University's College of Education Dean's Recognition Award for Outstanding Contributions to Education; named by eSchool News as one of the top 30 technology leaders in the United States (Impact 30

    20. Robert H. Smith School Of Business - Media - University Of Maryland, College Par
    Our research and outreach centers represent cutting edge year in a row, the SmithSchool ranked 6 are Wharton, Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, MIT and maryland.).

    Robert H. Smith School of Business
    University of Maryland

    Van Munching Hall
    College Park, MD 20742
    Building the Smith Community
    Ascent to the Top:
    The Plan for 2002 - 2006 VISION The extraordinary technological developments of the last decade are spawning new rules of economic engagement. Fueled by worldwide information networks, the fundamentals of business are being transformed in every market, in every industry, in every nation. Those who understand how to create, manage, and leverage assets across boundary less organizations, using the tools of information technology and telecommunications, are the new barons of industry. Unprecedented market forces and organizational forms have emerged: new structures of competition and alliances, sources of value and methods of asset valuation, strategies for touching and retaining customers in global markets, new electronic channels and brokerage relationships, the preeminence of novel forms of intellectual capital, national and international economic policy and ethical dilemmas never encountered before, and emergent centers of global excellence without regard for countries' traditional economic power base. The rapidity and volatility of technical, knowledge, and market changes require leaders of global businesses that are highly adaptive and receptive to new and complex information. These accelerating changes also necessitate development of new theoretical models for understanding, evaluating, and affecting the efficient and fair practice of business in the "third industrial revolution."

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