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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

41. South Haven Online
leader in the State of michigan in providing physical education and programs associatedwith our media centers. Baseline Middle school is home to approximately
South Haven Public Schools has gained state recognition for its innovative instructional program. The district's multi-age; continuous progress elementary program is a leader in the State of Michigan in providing age appropriate placement to maximize student learning. The student to teacher ratio within the kindergarten through fifth grades approximates 20 children to each adult, ensuring that the individual needs of each learner are met. In addition to a sound core curriculum consisting of a strong basic program, learners participate in such programs as technology education, computer education, art, music, physical education and programs associated with our media centers. The district provides a comprehensive, technology and arts program, kindergarten through grade twelve. Baseline Middle School is home to approximately six hundred and forty learners, grades six through eight. In addition to a strong core curriculum of mathematics, science, language arts and social studies, an active program of enrichments and an exceptional music and arts program are provided. The middle school houses a state-of-the-art technology lab where learners experience a wide variety of technical occupations and experiences. L.C. Mohr High School provides a safe secondary environment with many advanced classes including advanced placement and college level classes. In addition to an excellent academic program, learners enjoy a well rounded program of extra curricular and co-curricular classes and programs. The music programs provided by the high school are state, nationally and internationally known.

42. IMLS: Publications Conferences & Resources: Conferences
Prior to joining the michigan faculty, Dr. Neuman was a professor at he is the leadauthor of The Impact of school Library media centers on Academic
White House Conference on School Libraries Speakers and Panelists
Dr. Vartan Gregorian
, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York, is a distinguished educator, scholar, and administrator. He earned a Ph.D. in history at Stanford University and served as a professor of history and administrator at the University of Texas and the University of Pennsylvania. From 1981 to 1989, he was the President of the New York Public Library, and from 1989 to 1997, he was president of Brown University. He is an outstanding spokesman for the central role that libraries play in education. Dr. Susan Neuman , Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education, U. S. Department of Education, is a distinguished scholar and educator. Until 2001, she was Professor in Educational Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and Director of the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement. Prior to joining the Michigan faculty, Dr. Neuman was a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. She has also taught at Boston College, the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and Yale University. Early in her career Dr. Neuman was an elementary school teacher and a reading specialist. Dr. Keith Curry Lance

children and youth, career motivators, diversity in the library, the informationsuperhighway, and school media centers. Author University of michigan.
NEW INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDE FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS! ** note: This page has been translated from the original (submitted) resource document Some links may have been changed or moved.
This site is based on research conducted by Sally Moses.
This project focused on research of the resources available on the Internet. The end product was an Internet resource guide for use in a K12 media center by students, teachers, and media specialists. By targeting a varied audience, the researcher was able to discover the resources that were availablefor all the people that a media specialist may serve. In addition, the researcher focused on reference and bibliographic sources for students because those resources would benefit the greatest number of students. For media specialists and teachers, she (Sally Moses) chose resources that would support their professions.
Daily Almanac
Author: Craig J. Copi
Daily Almanac provides information regarding the current date such as the day and week of the year, phase of the moon, Chinese year, and important events for this date in history. USA Today Hot Site
Daily Almanac
Author: Michael J. Maggio, University of Illinois at Chicago

44. Internet Policies
District, Illinois Yorkville Public Library, Illinois Waterford Township PublicLibrary, michigan Portsmouth Public school Libraries and media centers.
INTERNET POLICIES AND FILTERING Just about anything you'll ever want to know about Internet Policies and Filtering is discussed at the ALA webpage . Here's their list of contents to peak your interest:
  • Introduction Key Messages Fast Facts ALA and Filtering What ALA is For ... Creating an Internet Use Policy Sample Policies What You Can Do Educate! Inform! Promote! What Makes a Great Web Site? Tips for Parents Librarian's Guide to Cyberspace for Parents and Kids Good Ideas Debate Over Filters Handling Tough Questions Publications Available from ALA Editions Helpful Resources Online Resources for Parents and Children Libraries and the Internet Fact Sheet Libraries, Children and the Internet Statement of Commitment to Excellence in Library Service to Children in a Technological Age Key Contacts
from libraries around North America

Public Libraries
Academic Libraries Public Libraries Peninsula Library System , California
San Francisco Public Library
, California
Delta County Library District
, Colorado
Eagle Valley Library District
, Colorado
Jefferson County Public Library
, Colorado
Pikes Peak Library District
, Colorado Springs, Colorado
District of Columbia Public Library
, District of Columbia
Miami-Dade Public Library System
, Florida Hinsdale Public Library , Illinois Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District , Illinois Yorkville Public Library , Illinois Waterford Township Public Library , Michigan Portsmouth Public Library , New Hampshire

45. Page2.html
EBERWHITE media CENTER media centers = Student Achievement . Harry Potter websiteGreat Harry Potter site by Carolyn Gundrum, a michigan school library media
"Media Centers = Student Achievement" GENERAL REFERENCE AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR SITES Ann Arbor Public Schools Resource Page Ivy's Search Engine Resources
This is a collection of child-appropriate search engines, including two of my favorites: KidsClick! and Yahooligans Fact Monster from Information Please
This is a fun site with facts on lots of kid-oriented topics. Dictionary
Maths Dictionary for Kids
Especially useful are the field guides to plants and animals. The bird field guide includes birdsí songs.
Animal Search site

From the Michigan Electronic Library
Core Democratic Values
African American Sites
African American Biographies
Avi Jan Brett Beverly Cleary ... Great Harry Potter site by Carolyn Gundrum, a Michigan school library media specialist Dr. Seuss links David Shannon Janet Stevens Chris Van Allsburg links ... Don and Audrey Wood GRADE LEVEL LINKS KINDERGARTEN Something Froggy - K-3 THIRD GRADE Clouds Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page National Weather Service NASA Kids ... Astronomy for Kids FIRST GRADE Our Place in Space - the Sun The Sun KidsAstronomy - The Moon BillyBear4Kids - Butterflies ... Fairy Tales FOURTH GRADE Rocks for Kids Color and Light Michigan Historical Center Sites related to Michigan history ... Michigan-related links, including archives, history and museums

46. School Choice Links: Advocacy Groups, Policy Centers And Think Tanks
Boston College's extensive list of resources. Be sure to click on their homepage too.Category Society Issues Education school Choice...... State Legislative Agenda and media Resource Pages. PDF research papers on school choiceincluding school Choice Policies in michigan The Rules Matter
Home Search BC Home Contact Us ... Mailing List Issues: School Choice
School Choice Constitutional Cases
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 Policy Advocacy
School choice has become such a contentious topic that not only have traditional advocacy groups devoted significant resources to the question, some organizations have been formed simply to advocate policy reform on this issue. Additionally, a number of academic centers and programs have focused their research on topics pertaining to school choice. Below are links to the home pages of over 40 policy organizations plus a brief description of and links to their on-line school choice resource pages. For state-by-state organizations that address school choice, click here A B-C D-F ... School Choice and American Constitutional Law A 4Choice: School Choice Without Vouchers
Florida-based advocacy site which promotes concrete legislative proposals to introduce market forces into education reform without using school vouchers. Site includes links to a

47. State Regulation Of Private Schools - Michigan
Educational media centers operated by intermediate school on acceptance of nonpublicschool pupils Miscellaneous The michigan Constitution recognizes, Religion
State Regulation of Private Schools - June 2000
Under Michigan law, the Superintendent of Public instruction has supervisory power over all private, denominational and parochial schools, i.e. schools other than public schools giving instruction to children below the age of 16 years, in the first 8 grades. The sanitary conditions, the courses of study, and the qualifications of the teachers are intended to meet the same standards provided under the general school laws of the state. Mich. Com. Laws Registration/Licensing/Accreditation: Length of School Year/Day: Instruction in English: Discrimination: Teacher Certification: Under Michigan law, teachers in the regular or elementary grade studies in a private, denominational or parochial school, i.e. People v. DeJonge , 442 Mich. 266 (Mich. 1993). Persons without valid teaching certificates who have the requisite college credit may apply to the Michigan Department of Education for a teaching permit for employment in a nonpublic school under Mich. Admin. Code r. 390.1142 (full-year permit); 390.1143 (substitute permit); and 390.1144 (emergency permit). Curriculum: Special Education: The policy of the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education and early Intervention Services on this matter is stated in Michigan's Special Education State plan:

48. Online Resources
Public school Locator Kent ISD school Districts michigan K12 schools and schoolDistricts michigan REMCs (Regional Educational media centers) Cool school of
Online Resources East Grand Rapids School District (Tech Plan)
Michigan Teacher Network
Best Practices for Technology Integration
Internet Permission Form

Photo Release Form


Annie's Tips for Outlook and FrontPage Express Page
(IT specific encyclopedia)
About: the Human Internet (Computing/Technology)
Kid Friendly Search Tools ALFY
AOL Netfind for Kids

Ask Jeeves for Kids

Awesome Library
... Yahooligans Exploring Schools on the Web : School Web Site Directory American School Directory National Public School Locator Kent ISD School Districts Michigan K-12 Schools and School Districts ... Michigan REMCs (Regional Educational Media Centers) Cool School of the Week by Education World West Michigan K-12 Schools , Grand Rapids Comstock Park Public Schools Byron Center Public Schools East Grand Rapids Public Schools Fruitport Community Schools ... Student Built School Web Sites (Michigan) Student Project Pages: Peto's Class Student Projects , High School John Marshall High School, 9th Grade American History

49. NetDay Compass: Category Page
planning of 21st century library media centers which will and day to day functionsin the school. Tech Corps michigan Technology Plan Assessment Instrument

50. TCR Educational Craft Centers: Central
traditions of design and workmanship. Students at The Kentucky school of Craft Coursesof study in five media areas include jewelry/metals, wood, clay michigan.
Click on the map or states listed below: [ILLINOIS]


or, jump to another region:
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
37 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603-9897
Ph: (312) 899-5219
Fax: (312) 899-1840 E-mail: Offers seven masters programs and three certificate programs. Craft Studio, Norris University Center Chicago, IL Ph: (847) 491-7271 E-mail: The Craft Studio is open to all members of the University Community and the general public. Courses are taught in the facility through the Norris Center Mini-Course Program.
Indiana University, School of Fine Arts Ph: (812) 855-7766 E-mail: The School of Fine Arts, founded in 1894, is today considered one of the premier art schools in the country. Over 450 undergraduate and graduate students pursue courses in art history and studio practice. Studio programs include ceramics, drawing and painting, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry design, photography, textiles, printmaking, and sculpture. The Indianapolis Art Center 820 E. 67th St.

51. Community Media Center - Grand Rapids, Michigan
metal building belonging to the school district that artist John McQueen from Niles,michigan $2,500 to the community and having minimedia centers that were
affiliates history staff board of directors ...

A state-of-the-art community media center with television, radio, internet, and a million dollar plus budget may not have been on the agenda when the Grand Rapids [MI] Cable Access Center (GRCAC) opened its doors as a public access television station in 1981, but the future definitely was. Yet there would not be a future if there wasn't steady funding. Guaranteed operating funds from cable companies, so presciently provided for public access by an activist Federal Communications Commission in the early 70s, were already under attack by well-oiled cable lobbyists and their Congressmen as the Reagan era dawned. When the manager of the local cable television system at the time, General Electric Cablevision, put the quarterly check for its contribution to public access in his back pocket and told Executive Director Dirk Koning to "just pick it", there was little doubt in Koning's mind that while cable monies are nice, they may not be forever. "At every single national conference of the Alliance for Community Media, it seemed that somebody was up there saying this was the end of access and that we were going to lose our funding," he remembers. "It became pretty apparent pretty early that a single source funding model for community television was not a healthy one."

52. Selected Bibliography, LS 560 -Ib Stwodah's Homepage
Gale Directory Of Publications And Broadcast media. Detroit, michigan Gale ResearchComp., 1996. (Ref. Guide To Reference Books For school media centers.
Library Science 560: Informational Sources and Services BIBLIOGRAPHY This "Selected Guides to Reference Sources and Aids for Selection" is compiled from Longwood College Library's Holdings.
I. Books American Reference Books Annual. Bohdan S. Wynar et al., eds. Littleton, Colorado:
Libraries Unlimited, 1970- Annual. (Ref. Z1035.1 .A55) Best books For Children; Preschool Through Grade 6. 5th ed. Edited by John T.
Gillespie and Christine B. Gilbert. New Providence, N.J.: R. R. Bowker, 1994.
(Ref. Z1037 .G48 1985) Best Books For Senior High Readers. Edited by John T. Gillespie. New Providence,
N.J.: R.R. Bowker,1991. (Ref. Z1037 .G483 1991) Best Reference Book 1981-1985; Titles of Last Value Selected From American
Reference Book Annual . Edited by Bohdan S. Wynar. Littleton, Colorado:
Libraries Unlimited, 1986. (Ref. Z1035.1 .B5342 1986) Book Review Index: Reference Books 1965-1984. Edited by Barbara Beach. Detroit,
Michigan: Gale Research Company, 1986. (Ref. Z1035.1 .B66 1986) Books for College Libraries: A Core Collection Of...

53. School Library Media Centers 1993-94
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

54. UMHS News - School-Based Health Centers
or information about services offered at the RAHS schoolbased health centers, pleasecall is a joint effort between the University of michigan and Saint

February 12, 2003
Open house gives insight into community's school-based health and wellness centers

Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools, Ann Arbor's Health Place 101 will host a open house on Friday, Feb. 21 Contact information for:
Information for:

Radio news

Current UMHS News Releases
U-M main campus news

ANN ARBOR, MI - February is School-Based Health Center month. The Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools (RAHS) and Ann Arbor's Health Place 101 will host a Community Open House on Friday, February 21, 2003. The event will take place at Scarlett Middle School, located at 3300 Lorraine in Ann Arbor. Doors will be open to the public from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. RAHS' health centers are unique school-based health and wellness centers serving four elementary schools and three middle schools within Washtenaw County. RAHS staff will be available during the Community Open House to give tours, provide information about services and programs, and answer questions. There will also be an opportunity to speak with students who utilize the center's services.

55. SLMR Online © 1999 ALA
Pauletta B. Bracy, Censorship and Selection Policies in Public Senior High SchoolLibrary media centers in michigan, (unpublished Ph.D. diss., Univ.

56. SLMR Online © 2000 ALA
the Practices and Perceptions of Library media Specialists in Ph.D. diss., Universityof michigan, 1978 Judith Fields Davie, A Survey of school Library media

57. National
Reports percentages of schools with library media centers and library specialists MichiganSchool Districts Evaluated (Service will soon expand to other states
School Library Media Centers - National Level
AASL American School Directory Journals Online Kids Count Online ... NCES Resources at the national level provide library research and statistical support for the development of school media centers and librarians.
School Libraries
CO 1998 SLMC Data

CO 1999 SLMC Data

CO 2000 SLMC Data

Other States/Studies
Other Library Data
AASL American Association of School Librarians AASL is a division of the American Library Association whose  The mission is to advocate excellence, facilitate change, and develop leaders in the school library media field. Among the aims of the organization are to stimulate continuous study and research in the school library media field and to establish criteria of evaluation, including the following activities: Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning

58. University Of Michigan School Of Education Faculty And Staff By Program
Estabrook, Donna, media Center Coord. UNIVERSITY OF michigan school OF EDUCATION 610East University Avenue Ann Arbor michigan 481091259 (734) 764-7563.
The Entire Directory in Alphabetical Order (PDF) Faculty Faculty and Staff By Program Program Offices/Services Research Centers/Affiliates
Faculty and Staff by Program
Administrative Services 763-4288 Rm 1034 Fax 763-1229 Coury, Joyce Admin Assistant jcoury Fleming, Nancy Admin. Assistant nfleming Houchard, Fran Manager, Admin Services fhouchar Metcalf, Katherine Admin. Associate kmetcalf Osborne, Pamala Admin. Assistant posborne

CSHPE 764-9472 Rm 2117, 2108 Fax 764-2510 Affolter-Caine, Brittany GSRA baffolte Alfred, Richard Associate Professor ralfred Birk, Nancy GSRA nbirk Burkhardt, John Clinical Professor jcbforum Burn, Helen GSRA hburn Cain, Timothy GSRA caint Camburn, Jami Admin. Associate jcamburn Cameron, Kim Professor 2605 Bus Ad - 1234 cameronk Carter, Patricia Program Manager pncarter Casto, Linda Admin Assistant lcasto Chambers, Anthony Assoc. Dir. K.F. tchrist Chen, Rong GSRA rongc Cook, Constance Dir., CRLT; Assoc.Prof. cecook Daun Barnett, Nathan

59. Automated Catalog
Welcome to our media centers! Houghton Lake Community Schools. HoughtonLake, MI. administered. by the Library of michigan. Click the
Welcome to our Media Centers!
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Houghton Lake, MI
Welcome location Links Lessons ... Citing Sources Our online automated catalogs were funded by the Library Service Technology Act, and administered by the Library of Michigan. Click the school's catalog you are interested in here: Houghton Lake High School Media Center Lisa Sutton ( Houghton Lake Middle School Media Center Prudenville Elem. Media Center from ... HOME - L ynn Taylor (989)366-2096 Prudenville Elem. Media Center from SCHOOL Lynn Taylor (989)366-2096 Collins Elem. Media Center Barb Gee(989)366-2314 Merritt Elem. Media Center Kathy Lepper (231)328-4354 back next Created by: s Updated

60. MEL:Youth, Young Adult, And School Library Resources
for this email list especially for school library media specialists michigan Associationmedia for media in Education (MAME) Has professional resources Home
HAL Home MeL Internet MeL Magazines and eBooks Libraries and Information Science
Information Science Collection

Information Science Index
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Youth, Young Adult, and School Library Resources
School Libraries Young Adult Youth Gallery
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