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  1. Censorship and selection policies in public senior high school library media centers in Michigan by Pauletta Brown Bracy,
  2. A School Privatization Primer: For Michigan School Officials, Media and Residents by Mchael D. LaFaive, 2007
  3. A study of selected Michigan elementary schools to identify factors supporting the development of the media center by Peggy Maclean, 1972
  4. Michigan School Money Primer: For Policymakers, School Officials, Media and Residents by Ryan S. Olson and Michael D. Lafaive, 2007
  5. Comparing pre-service technology standards with technology skills of special educators in southwestern Michigan.: An article from: International Journal of Instructional Media by Ahmad Alobiedat, 2005-09-22
  6. Alcohol misuse prevention program: A school-based alcohol misuse prevention curriculum for fifth and sixth grades by Jean Thatcher Shope, 1985
  7. Resisting pressures to smoke: A curriculum guide for elementary school use by Ted Dielman, 1987

21. Research Centers & Initiatives
Ford Health System, and the centers for Disease other researchers, and the media betterunderstand in development) The University of michigan school of Public
Faculty Research Projects
Resources for Faculty
Allies Against Asthma

A nationwide initiative to improve efforts to control pediatric asthma. This program provides support to community-based coalitions to develop, implement, and sustain comprehensive asthma management programs. Asthma Research Collaborative
A network of faculty and research staff working on asthma-related research and initiatives in the academic homes of public health, internal medicine, pediatrics, pharmacy, nursing, and pathology as well as with colleagues in the Michigan Department of Community Health and related organizations. Asthma research at the University of Michigan also includes the integration of social, behavioral, environmental, and clinical aspects of asthma and the evaluation of interventions in community and clinical settings. Center for Clinical Investigation in Therapeutics
The Biometrics and Outcomes Research Core of the Center for Clinical Investigation and Therapeutics provides expertise in biostatistics, data management, and outcomes research for single-center and multi-center clinical trials and multidisciplinary research. The core can collaborate in proposal development and provide a full-service data-coordinating center, including either centralized or web-based data entry. In association with the center, it can assist in project management and monitoring, clinical trial coordination, and training of clinical investigators. Center for Molecular and Clinical Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases (MAC-EPID)
This multidisciplinary center combines population approaches with modern molecular genetic techniques to better understand the pathogenesis, transmission, and evolution of infectious agents that impact human health, and ultimately to translate this understanding to the prevention and treatment of the diseases these agents cause.

22. OPS Library Elementary New Teacher Information
also, includes fiction and nonfiction materials about michigan by other listing ofall magazines available in our elementary and middle school media centers.
TO: Okemos Teachers
FROM: Elementary LMC Coordinators:
Sandy Voglesong-Fields and Lynne Griffin Welcome New Teachers ! Introduction : As elementary LMC coordinators and administrators of the Dynix Library System we have set aside one day a week for instruction in each of our buildings. The rest of the time is for the administrative duties required to keep our district’s libraries up and running smoothly. Sandy is responsible for Central, Hiawatha, and Wardcliff. Lynne is assigned to Bennett Woods, Cornell and Edgewood. We are looking forward to working with you this year! Instruction: The grade level goals and objectives of our library lessons are located on our library home page ( ). We like to have one introduction lesson with first grade and kindergarten classes in the fall, and then we start our block of instruction with the fourth and fifth grade classes. Second and third grade instruction takes place in the winter and kindergarten and first grade resumes after spring break. Classroom teachers are asked to stay with the class and participate in the lessons since we are continually introducing new library software, Web sites, and materials in the LMC. This makes follow-up and reinforcement of the library skills possible. Interns are more than welcome to join the classroom teacher for these lessons.

23. Grand Valley State University School Of Education
is then added to the initial michigan teacher certificate. All programs in the Schoolof Education are work in local or regional media centers, or integrate
Grand Valley State University
Grand Valley State University.
GVSU is an Equal Opportunity
Affirmative Action institution. Site maintained by Clay Pelon
The GVSU School of Education offers a variety of graduate programs in support of Educational Technology leading to a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) and/or a K-12 Library Science endorsement for school library media specialists. The program allows students to select from three options: (A) M.Ed. in Computer/Technology services; (B1) M.Ed. in Library/Media Services; (B2) K-12 Library/Media Endorsement. Teachers, Computer coordinators, and media center personnel can benefit from the program through these options. The content of the program includes the educational application of technology, including computers and the Internet, CD/ROM, and other related technologies. Courses concentrate on hardware and software, software evaluation, curricular integration, acquisition and use of instructional materials, managerial use of technology, and media center development and management. The K-12 library science endorsement for school library and media specialists is approved by the Michigan Department of Education. Options D and E require the successful completion of the Michigan Subject Area Test in Library Science (administered by the state) to receive state endorsement. The endorsement in library science is then added to the initial Michigan teacher certificate.

24. School Library Journal | Reed Business Information
changes in michigan's schoolfinancing system have left Oak Park with some extracash. Enough extra to spend about $800,000 to reopen four media centers at the
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Departments > News A Michigan superintendent spends big bucks on four new libraries The only thing left, says Bailey, is to train his principals in what libraries can do. "They need goals and objectives," he says. "[They need to know,] what should a principal be looking for in a library, what should they see when they go down and talk to staff?"A. G. Home FAQs Contact Us Advertise ... Reed Business Information , a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.

25. CHS Media Center
michigan Virtual High school Online Information Technology Courses AP of academicachievement. The Impact of school Library media centers on Academic
Clarkston High School
6093 Flemings Lake Road
Clarkston, Michigan 48346 Online Databases Class Assignments College/Careers Search the Web ... The Research Process and Plagiarism New! CHS Teacher Web Pages Recommended Books Search the Clarkston Community
Schools' Union Library Catalog
Net Library EBooks Meet the Media Staff Michigan Virtual High School
Online Information Technology Courses

AP Test Reviews
" The size of a library media program, as indicated by the size of its staff and collection, is the best school
predictor of academic achievemen t."
The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement.
Independence Township
Public Library
Remembering Mr.Rogers The CHS Library Media Center is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 6:50 A.M. - 3:10 P.M.
Wednesday 7:30 - 3:10 P.M. We welcome your suggestions for additions or corrections to this site Questions? Comments? This page last updated 2/20/03 N. Larsen, Media Specialist

26. Program
Clarkston, michigan 48348 phone (248)6235500 fax (248)623-5554. (Source Lance,Keith Curry. The Impact of school Library media centers on Academic
Independence Elementary School
6850 Hubbard Rd.
Clarkston, Michigan 48348
phone: (248)623-5500
fax: (248)623-5554 Back to the Media Center page Media Center Hours and Schedule The Independence Elementary Media Center is open to students and parents from 8:30 am to 3:40 pm every day that students are in school. Each classroom visits the Media Center on a fixed schedule every week for book check-out. In addition, students are welcome at any other time with their teacher's permission. The remaining time left in the week is available for flexible scheduling to allow collaborative planning between classroom teachers and the media specialist, as well as open space for small group work. Book Check-out Guidelines and Loan Periods Students in Kindergarten and First grade are allowed to check out one book or magazine per visit. Students in Second and Third grade are allowed to check out two books per visit. Students in Fourth and Fifth grade are allowed to check out three books per visit. The loan period for all students is one week.

27. Academc Technology Support Centers - Michigan
Design Studio; University of michigan, BMC media Services; Video Library; Universityof michigan, Office of Wayne State University, school of Medicine, BioMedical
Back to:
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U.S. Centers

About ATMS ... Staff Bookmarks
Additions and corrections to this page should be sent to
Last update 7/31/02
ATMS is part of the Collaborative for Learning, Assessment, and Information Resources (CLAIR)

28. Untitled
new extension of the great electronic revolution that has swept school media centers. TheLibrary of michigan through the michigan Library Consortium is making
Floating Point column 1097 wds by Gregory Czarnecki Back to the Future Media Center The Internet Media Specialist: "Can I help you?" Eager student: "I need to get on the Internet." MS: "What do you need information on?" ES: "John Huang, the Democratic fund raiser." MS: "The computer magazine search might be faster." ES: "I want to use the Internet." MS: "How about one of the newspapers on the computers?" ES: "I need the Internet." MS: "Other resources are easier to use. Why is the Internet so important?" ES: "It's the best place to go for information. We have it at home and I use it all the time." MS: "OK, we'll start with a metasearch driver that searches in several different ways and we'll see if we can find some good information." This discussion is one of a number of recent conversations I have had with high school students who feel that the Internet is the best place to conduct information research. Many of our students actively use the Internet in their homes for communication, recreation, and research. They feel comfortable with the Internet and prefer to use it at school. It is their information tool of choice and growing in popularity. Every year since 1988 the Internet has doubled in size. In June of 1993, there were 130 World Wide Web sites. Of these, only 1.5% were .com (commercial) sites. In January of 1997, there were an estimated 650,000 web sites and 62.6% were commercial sites.

29. IASL Publications: Out Of Print
Association of school Librarianship, Western michigan University, Kalamazoo, michigan,USA, July 24­29 school libraries/media centers Partners in
  • International Association of School Librarianship worldwide directory; A listing of personal, institutional and association members. Ken Haycock, editor. International Association of School Librarianship, 1996. 82 pp. $15. No ISBN.
  • Connections: School library associations and contact people worldwide. Dianne Oberg and Kaye Steward, editors. International Association of School Librarianship, 1994. 96 pp. $15. ISBN: 1-890861-17-0.
  • Books and borrowers: Essays presented to Margot Nilson. Anne Taylor, editor. Queen's University of Belfast [Northern Ireland, UK, ISBN 0-85389-305-5] for the International Association of School Librarianship, 1988. 72 pp. $15. ISBN: 1-890861-10-3.
  • Annual proceedings of the International Association of School Librarianship; An author and subject index to contributed papers, 1972­1984. Ken Haycock. International Association of School Librarianship, 1984. 30 pp. $10. ISBN: 1-890861-04-9.
  • Indicators of quality for school library media programs. International edition.

30. Resume
Lakeview High school Library recognized as school Library Journal Web States HolocaustMemorial Museum to Battle Creek, michigan. Library media centers and the web.html
Margaret Lincoln Title Library Media Specialist Work Address Lakeview High School 300 South 28 th Street Battle Creek, Michigan 49015 Education AB French (Highest Honors), University of Michigan, 1970 Educational coursework, Columbia University, 1971 Teaching Certification, Arizona State University, 1971 AMLS Library Science, University of Michigan, 1973 Summer Media Institutes at U of M in 1980, 1984, 1993, 1994, 1997 Educational Technology Certification, Michigan State University, 1996 (nine credits - graduate level program) Graduate work, Syracuse University School of Information Studies, 1999 Project TIME Social Studies Innovators' Institute, 2001 Honors Phi Beta Kappa Beta Phi Mu (library honor society) Teaching Career Instructor, Wade High School, Griffith NSW Australia, 1972 Library Media Specialist, Lakeview High School, 1973-1982 Library Media Specialist, Lakeview Junior High School, 1982-1984 Library Media Specialist, Lakeview High School, 1984 to present Awards Excellence in Education Kellogg Foundation Award, 1994 Mary Ellen Vanderveer Lakeview Staff Improvement Grant, 1996

31. Technology Staffing Guidelines
michigan Department of Education (MDE) should work in collaboration with local andintermediate school districts (ISDs), regional educational media centers (
About the Technology Staffing Guidelines Detailed Table of Contents of Guidelines Complete version of Guidelines (PDF format) Recommendations for Further Study Examples of School District Staffing Models Resources The Michigan Technology Staffing Guidelines , were developed to aid school districts in analyzing their technology staffing needs, as mandated in the 1998 Michigan State Technology Plan. These guildelines are designed to look at technical support in the context of total technology planning that supports educational goals, standards-based curriculum, and student outcomes They consist of a set of tools districts can use to calculate staffing needs and compare districts of similar size and a report on staffing trends and responsibilities , and other resources districts can use in the planning process for staffing.
Tools for Calculating Staffing Needs The Guidelines project created a set of tools to help schools determine how many technical support staff are needed, based conditions in their district. Available tools include:

and InputOutput Measures for school Library media centers in Colorado narrative 1997Excel Files (.xls) By school / State Totals michigan, Library of michigan

33. Red Rock Eater Digest - Community Information Corps
students may take jobs with community technology and media centers, nonprofit Forgeneral questions about the University of michigan school of Information
Red Rock Eater Digest Most Recent Article: Sat, 8 Feb 2003
[RRE]Community Information Corps
This message was forwarded through the Red Rock Eater News Service (RRE). Send any replies to the original author, listed in the From: field below. You are welcome to send the message along to others but please do not use the "redirect" command. For information on RRE, including instructions for (un)subscribing, see or send a message to with Subject: info rre Date: Thu, 02 Dec 1999 16:41:59 -0500 From: [...] I'm pretty excited about the commitment to the public good here at SI and I have funds from the Dean's office to do special recruiting of students who are interested in exploring careers that put information to work for communal and public purposes. We're running a special recruiting event on January 22, and we have some travel scholarships available. Deadline for applying is Dec. 15. , email

34. Library Media
Central michigan University Undergraduate Bulletin, Current Trends in school mediaServices 2(20) D LIB 650 Information Technology in school media centers 3(3-0
Central Michigan University
Undergraduate Bulletin
Select a Course Area ... Accounting (ACC) American Studies (AMS) Anthropology (ANT) Art (ART) American Sign Language (ASL) Astronomy (AST) Athletic Training (ATR) Broadcast and Cinematic Arts (BCA) Biology (BIO) Business Information Systems (BIS) Business Law and Regulation (BLR) Business (BUS) Communication Disorders (CDO) Counselor Education and Personal Development (CED) Chemistry (CHM) Chinese (CHN) Computer Science (CPS) Dance (DAN) Degree in Health Administration (DHA) Educational Administration (EAD) Economics (ECO) Education (EHS) English Language and Literature (ENG) Entrepreneurship (ENT) Environmental Studies (ENV) Earth Science (ESC) European Studies (EUR) Finance (FIN) Foreign Language (FLN) French (FRN) Geology (GEL) Geography (GEO) German (GER) General Fine and Applied Arts (GFA) Greek (GRK) Gerontology (GRN) Health Professions (HPS) Health Sciences (HSC) History (HST) Honors Courses (HON) Hospitality Services Administration (HSA) Hotel Administration (HOA) Hotel Management Department (HMD) Human Environmental Studies (HEV) Humanities (HUM) Industrial and Engineering Technology (IET) Interpersonal and Public Communication (IPC) Integrative Public Relations (IPR) International Program Studies (IPS) Information Technology (ITC) Japanese (JPN) Journalism (JRN) Liberal Arts (LAR) Latin (LAT) Library Media (LIB) Marine Science (MAR) Master of Business Administration (MBA) Management (MGT) Marketing (MKT) Middle Level Education (MLE) Master of Science in Administration (MSA)

35. NCEF Resource List: Libraries/Media Centers
1994 Describes the processes involved in redesigning and renovating Power Middleschool (michigan) for current school Library media centers The Human
NCEF's resource list of links, books, and journal articles on the design of K-12 school libraries, including sample city and state guidelines, and resources on technology requirements.
Building Libraries and Library Additions. A Selected Annotated Bibliography. ALA Library Fact Sheet Number 11.

(American Library Association, Chicago, IL, 2002)
This fact sheet provides references to tools, resources, and advice to manage a library building project, whether large or small. 10p.
School Libraries and Resource Centres = Bibliotheques scolaires et centres de documentation. (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, France., 2001) ERIC NO: ED459810 ; TO ORDER: OECD Washington Center, 2001 L Street N.W., Suite 650, Washington, DC, 20036-4922. Tel: 202-785.6323.Tel: 800-456-6323. Designing a School Library Media Center for the Future. Erikson, Rolf; Markuson, Carolyn

36. UM-SI Courses Description
Examples include school media centers, classrooms, school media administration, youth CommunityOutreach), the University of michigan Digital Library

37. CUA School Of Library And Information Science
Ph.D, The University of michigan 1976 MA, Central michigan University 1967 AMLS,The University of michigan 1960 AB, Saint school library media centers.
Navigate CUA CUA Home President Admissions CUA Athletics Campus Ministry Home@CUA Web Mail Phone Book Cardinal Students Mullen Library Public Affairs Summer Sessions Alumni About Us SLIS Programs Course Information Student Information ... Computing Resources
Search this Website
CUA Home
Home Site Map Contact Us ... Calendar Mary June Roggenbuck Education Ph.D, The University of Michigan 1976
M.A., Central Michigan University 1967
A.M.L.S., The University of Michigan 1960
A.B., Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Interest Areas History of children's literature Children's and young adult literature School library media centers Children's and young adult services Courses Taught at CUA LSC 852, History of the Development of Children's Literature
LSC 854, Media for Children
LSC 855, Media for Adolescents
LSC 813, The School Library Media Center
Significant Publications "Curriculum Involvement: Choices and Challenges for the School Library Media Specialist." Catholic Library World 57 (Nov/Dec 1985):125-32. "Fantasy Books: Timely, Engrossing, Enduring."

38. Best Practices Links Iowa LIbrary Service Areas
school libraries/media centers http// Multnomah County Library schoolCorps http//www Unviersity of michigan school of Information and University of

39. Preparedness Centers
University of michigan school of Public Health. Dartmouth College Medical schoolInteractive media Laboratory Collaboratory in Applied
Centers for Public Health Preparedness In response to the 1997 report Public Health Workforce: An Agenda for the 21st Century issued by the Health and Human Service, Public Health Functions Committee, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) initiated a national system of Centers for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP) to ensure that frontline public health workers have the skills and competencies required to effectively respond to current and emerging health threats. Academic Centers
Academic Centers are cornerstones of the Centers for Public Health Preparedness system and link schools of public health, state and local health agencies, and other academic and community health partners to foster individual preparedness at the front line. Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health: Center for Public Health Preparedness Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health: Center for Public Health Preparedness and Research Harvard School of Public Health Johns Hopkins University: Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies ... University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine: Northwest Center for Public Health Preparedness Saint Louis University School of Public Health: Heartland Center for Public Health Workforce Preparedness Specialty Centers
Specialy Centers of the national system of Centers for Public Health Preparedness focus on a topic, professional discipline, core public health competency, practice setting, or application of learning technology.

40. Information Sources
materials in Florida's K12 library media centers. volunteer librarian and libraryschool student researchers by the University of michigan school of Information
Information Sources

This subscription reference source is provided by the district for use by students and teachers in the Sarasota County Public Schools. The EBSCO website provides access to searchable databases of full-text articles and documents from sources such as newspapers, magazines, newswire services, encyclopedias, almanacs, and dictionaries. The Professional Development collection provides full-text articles from professional journals, as well as access to ERIC. Teachers at all schools can provide students with usernames and passwords so they can access this resource from home. GROLIER ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA

This subscription reference source is provided by the district for use by students and teachers in the Sarasota County Public Schools. The Grolier website provides access to Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia Encyclopedia Americana The New Book of Knowledge , and The New Book of Popular Science Teachers at all schools can provide students with usernames and passwords so they can access this resource from home.

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