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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

61. CDC Media Relations: CDC Awards Funds To Universities For Research On How To Pre
1999 Contact CDC, Division of media Relations (404 list attached.) Activities includecenters of excellence in michigan University of michigan school of Public

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October 18, 1999
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CDC awards funds to universities for research on how to prevent disease and injuries
As part of its new strategy to strengthen and expand the nation's public health research programs at universities, CDC announced today grants of $12.5 million to fund 50 research projects at academic health centers, research centers and university-affiliated programs across the country. The funding is part of CDC's Prevention Research Initiative, an effort to link the talents and skills of university-based scientists with the resources of health departments, community-based programs, and national organizations. "The awards ensure that public health research activities address problems affecting the nation's communities," says Dr. Jeffrey P. Koplan, director of the CDC. "The grants will help CDC and its partners conduct research that can directly improve community health and reduce the need for medical care." The grants cover a range of subjects, including prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, asthma, genetics and home, workplace and recreational injuries. (See complete list attached.) Activities include centers of excellence in prevention research, research projects to inform public policy, and research investigator training and development. The average grant is approximately $250,000. Most projects are funded for three years.

62. CDC Media Relations: MMWR News Synopsis For September 27, 2002
Overall, high school students have decreased their sexual risk States, September1925, 2002 and michigan January 1

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  • Primary and Secondary Syphilis Among Men Who Have Sex with Men - New York City, 2001 Trends in Sexual Risk Behaviors Among High School Students - United States, 1991-2001 Lightning-Associated Injuries and Deaths Among Military Personnel United States, 1998-2001 West Nile Virus Activity United States, September 19-25, 2002 and Michigan January 1 - September 24, 2002
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    Primary and Secondary Syphilis Among Men Who Have Sex with Men - New York City, 2001
    The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) reports that cases of primary and secondary syphilis more than doubled in 2001.
    Office of Communications
    DOHMH reports that the increase is primarily due to a recent outbreak of syphilis among gay and bisexual men. Overall, 93% of reported cases (263 cases) occurred among men in 2001. Among the 188 men who provided information on sexual partners, 149 cases (79%) reported male sexual partners. Comparatively, there were 62 cases among gay and bisexual men in 2000 and 33 cases in 1999 (77% and 42% of cases among men interviewed, respectively). NYC health officials are particularly concerned about the proportion of gay and bisexual men diagnosed with syphilis in 2001 who were co-infected with HIV (48%), and about reports of risk behavior likely due to factors including availability of effective treatment, prevention burnout, misperceptions of risk, and the impact of other health problems such as depression and substance abuse.

    63. Media Room
    UMHS HealthMinute Distribution The University of michigan school of Public Healthcontributes Public Relations Office and are provided to media in michigan and
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    Reporters are welcome to contact University of Michigan School of Public Health faculty . You may find it more expedient and helpful to work through the University of Michigan News and Information Services coordinator for public health: Colleen Newvine , 734-647-4411. You may also contact the school's Communications office and its director, Terri Weinstein Mellow
    News Release Distribution
    If you want to be added to regular distribution for news releases, contact Colleen Newvine UMHS HealthMinute Distribution
    The University of Michigan School of Public Health contributes expertise and information to the development of HealthMinute articles . These "health news you can use" stories are produced weekly by the university Health System Public Relations Office and are provided to media in Michigan and northern Ohio. TV and radio producers receive a package of professionally produced "bites and B-roll" as well as an accompanying print press release. To find out how your station or publication can receive UMHS's weekly HealthMinute, contact Andi McDonnell School of Public Health Contact Information
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    64. South Carolina School Library Media Centers
    The Development of School Libraries in South Carolina
    By Nancy Jane Day
    (Taken from a television program produced at the University of South Carolina about 1973) Miss Day was introduced by Nancy Burge. We are so glad to have Miss Nancy Jane Day who was the first state school library supervisor of South Carolina until she retired two years ago, to come and talk with us today about the development of school libraries. I am sure that she will not only talk about the development of school libraries in South Carolina but in the southeast and the nation because we cannot talk about one area without getting into others. Please feel free to ask questions any time and at the conclusion of her remarks we are going to do a little discussion about what she just said. Miss Day, welcome and the floor is yours. The supervisor of library services was paid by the General Education Board for the first year and a half, and her travel expense was paid by them also; at the end of that time the State Board of Education took it over. Until then we had had no one, and Mrs. Spain had worked with the Board, and had gotten their commitment to continue the program if we started it. One of the important things I think with the program is, the fact that once it was started we had a continuing program. Several of the states had them and then their supervisors resigned; so the program was dropped for a year and a half or two years until another was appointed. There were some real problems in some of the states because of this, but we did have a continuing program here. Mr. Fred McQuisten was the person with the GEB with whom we workgd at that time, and to whom I made the report after my first year of work.

    65. Michigan
    Every community college in michigan has satellite of the public universities, intermediateschool districts (ISDs and Regional Educational media centers (REMCs
    NCREL's Policy Briefs
    Toward a Technology Infrastructure for Education:
    Policy Perspectives I
    Report 3, 1994
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    In Education: Where the Next Century Begins Local Efforts In Michigan, all schools, colleges, and universities are focusing on teaching essential skills more effectively. Through Public Act 25 of 1990, known as the Quality Issues package, a model core curriculum that includes technology outcomes for K-12 education was established. Through P.A. 25, schools are in the process of planning for and implementing these technology outcomes for all students. An estimated 34 percent of Michigan school districts have reported progress in implementing the technology outcomes. State Efforts In response to the State Board's directive, Michigan's State Technology Plan: 1992-97 was developed to assist local, regional, and state agencies in planning and utilizing technology to achieve broad educational outcomes. The five-year plan includes information about current services and systems that involve computers, electronic bulletin board systems, videodiscs, read-only compact discs, two-way interactive television systems, satellite and cable television programming, integrated learning systems, and multimedia. The State Technology Plan addresses technology issues concerning all learners receiving services from local and intermediate school districts, post-secondary institutions including teacher preparation programs, and adult education programs.

    66. CLACS Template
    faculty regularly lectures for the michigan Economic Development US developments toLatin American newspapers and media. Along with the MSU school of Journalism
    Center for Latin American Studies
    About Undergraduate Programs Graduate Program ... Links Outreach CLACS seeks to be a resource within the university and beyond. Business Policymakers Media Teachers ... Community Colleges and Four-Year Institutions Business CLACS leads the state in providing seminars and lectures to businesses and professional organizations on Latin American economic, social and political issues. Topics include:
    • Country-specific economic and commercial climates for Michigan businesses NAFTA Opportunities, hurdles, requirements and advice Working with CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research), a unit of the MSU Eli Broad Business School, CLACS provides programs for the local chamber of commerce and other businesses.
    Contact Dr. Manuel Chavez for more information. Return to top. Policymakers CLACS faculty regularly lectures for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, a state agency that seeks to increase international trade. Topics include:
    • NAFTA MERCOSUR Conducting business in Mexico, Brazil, and other Latin American countries.

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    Besides Holland East Middle school Library's web site, you'll find theseMichigan school library media centers on the World Wide Web
    Technology in the Media Center column1255 by Ric Wiltse Media specialists are active on the World Wide Web In exploring the World Wide Web one rainy Saturday a couple of months ago, we came across the pages for East Middle School in Holland, Michigan. Having toured the school soon after it was built a few years ago, we were interested to find that their site had a great deal if information on the school, its programs and its staff. Media specialist for EMS is Peter Butts . Peter, well known for his many contributions to our profession, had posted a wealth of information on his pages on the EMS site. His efforts are a great example of how media specialists can create web pages that give insights into what Peter is doing with his program at East Middle, and also about Peter as a person. Peter's home page ( ) offers the option to link to information about his professional and personal interests. A picture of Peter is also on this page, as well as a link to send him an electronic mail message. Personal Interests On the personal interests page, we are able to link to Peter's biography. This link that was not working at the time, so we were unable to find out his life story! We were able to learn, however, that his musical preferences leaned to the Beatles, Indigo Girls, Grateful Dead, and Rusted Root.

    68. Goodrich High School Media Center
    Below you can find the local weather and news. We hope you enjoy yourvisit on the GHS media centers Web Page! Enter a City or US Zip
    Michigan Electronic Library Links Government Search Engines ... Home Here you can find all current announcments and news from the media center please check in often and feel free to explore the page! Below you can find the local weather and news. We hope you enjoy your visit on the GHS Media Centers Web Page! Enter a City or US Zip:

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    Wyandotte Public schools Yale High school media Center. Peer Review Organization MichiganPsychoanalytic Institute North Oakland Medical centers Oakland General
    February 2000 ACADEMIC, BELOW 5,000 FTE/FYES (Colleges or Universities)

    Baker College
    Cleary College
    • Ypsilanti Campus • Livingston County Campus
    Concordia College
    Cranbrook Academy of Art
    Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
    Detroit College of Business
    Lawrence Technological University Madonna University Michigan Christian College Michigan Theological Seminary St. Mary's College (Orchard Lake Schools) - Alumni Memorial Library William Tyndale College ACADEMIC, OVER 5,000 FTE/FYES (Colleges or Universities) Eastern Michigan University Oakland University University of Michigan University of Michigan - Dearborn COMMUNITY COLLEGE Henry Ford Community College Oakland Community College •Auburn Hills Campus • Royal Oak Campus • Highland Lakes Campus •Southfield Campus • Orchard Ridge Campus Schoolcraft College St. Clair County Community College Washtenaw Community College Algonac High School Media Center Allen Park Schools Ann Arbor Public School Berkley Schools Capac Community Schools Clarenceville School District Clarkston Community Schools Clawson High School Crestwood School District Detroit Country Day School Emmanuel Lutheran School Father Gabriel Richard H.S. Media Ctr.

    70. IASL: Links To School Library Associations
    MEMA); Maine Association of school Libraries (MASL); Organization (MEMO) Cecil CountyEducational media Organization. michigan Association for media in Education
    Home Contact Search About IASL ... Administration SCHOOL LIBRARY
    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 International Associations Australia
    United States of America
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    71. Survey Names York University's Business School Among Best Programs For Sustainab
    See also, media Kit Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2001, for a links to of Business Administration(US), and the University of michigan Business school (US).

    72. Victims And The Media - Michigan State University School Of Journalism
    Sue Carter, michigan State University, school of Journalism. in three distinct marketsin michigan, ranging from emphasis on crime before the media survey was
    RESEARCH TV coverage of victims in three Michigan markets Sue Carter , Michigan State University, School of Journalism Introduction
    With escalating vehemence, Americans are voicing their dismay over the media's coverage of violence. They are distressed with the depictions of crime and its victims and bothered by privacy invasions. A particular target for their concern is local television news.
    The print media have seized upon this frustration and have increasingly castigated local broadcast TV. Newspaper follow-up stories on the Rocky Mountain Media Watch Survey of 100 stations, that rated stories according to a "mayhem" index, tended to trumpet the survey's results. For example, The Oakland Press in Pontiac, Mich. headlined the conclusions "Study: Channel 7 Most Violent." The accompanying story revealed that the Rocky Mountain survey had named Detroit's WXYZ one of the greatest purveyors of violence. The study's authors declared the station's news coverage contained crime 92.6 percent of the time. Only well into the body of the newspaper's account was the research methodology discussed. (Crumm, 1997) It remains, according to established academic researchers, flawed.
    Even the New York Times Magazine chose not to resist an attack in the January 11, 1998 article by Michael Winerip, "Does Local TV News Have to Be So Bad?" It was subtitled: "Looking for an 11 O'Clock Fix." Winerip approached his topic with fair balance of local television news coverage as seen through the microcosm of the Orlando, Fla. market. Notwithstanding the efforts to achieve balance in the magazine story, the headline certainly set the tone for the magazine's view of local television news and victims of violence. (Winerap, 1998)[SoJ1]

    73. The National Assembly On School-Based Health Care
    media Relations Suggestions Pitching Your Story Creating a Relations As a Catalystfor schoolBased Healthcare s decision to “unfund” michigan’s publicly

    74. American Library Association Archives: Browse Subjects
    Associations michiganPublic Libraries michigan-State Library University of, LibrarySchool Montreat Library Mulhauser, Roland Multi media centers Multi-media

    75. Article Written By Doug Johnson
    Wisconsin and michigan both have model information literacy Experimental programsthat media specialists are trying support the 4 period day, schoolto-work
    Article by Doug Johnson Home Articles Contact information Column title, periodical, and issue: Media Trends in the Midwest, Media Educator (Georgia Library Media Association), Winter 1997 While I am flattered at being asked to write about what is happening around the Midwest, I have to say up front that you need to read this article knowing that:
  • my information about the things that are happening in states other than Minnesota comes primarily what I read on LM_Net and from attending state library media conferences in Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois; and I tend to be very much an optimist when it comes to school media programs and education in general.
  • How much you read is generalization based on fact, and how much is wishful thinking is difficult for even ME to separate. Be warned, Readers! Media programs in the Upper Midwest overall are better than they have ever been, and the right kind of library/media specialist is more valued than ever before. There are certainly exceptions. School districts facing systemic economic distress (Rockford, IL, for example) find the axe raised above their media programs, and librarians who cling to a text-only mind set find themselves often at odds with their students, staff, administration and the rest of the profession. But in the job-applicant glutted field of education, well-prepared media specialists find themselves in somewhat short supply. There is even a legislative initiative in Iowa to recruit teachers willing to go into media driven by the large number of non-certified media specialists now employed in schools in that state.

    76. Interactive Library Directory
    are currently approximately 79 michigan State Agency Center (REMC) Regional EducationalMedia centers are formed and provide service to school libraries within
    W elcome to the Michigan Library Directory Instruction Page. On this page you will find:
    Definitions of Library Types

    Help on Wildcard Searching

    Help on Creating Labels

    Public Libraries

    Public Libraries serve the general public of all ages in a geographically defined service area. They are established in accordance with one of four Michigan Public Acts. Establishment documents are on file at the Library of Michigan.
    In the online library directory there are several ways to search for Public Libraries:
    • All Public Libraries - This option provides a list of all the Main and Branch Public libraries. There are approximately 387 Main Public libraries and 301 Branch Public Libraries.
    • Name - Allows the user to search for all or part of a library name. Uses Wildcard searching.
    • City/Township/Village - Allows the user to search for all or part of a city name. Uses Wildcard searching.
    • County - Allows the user to search for all the Main and Branch Public libraries located within the county selected.
    • Cooperative - Allows the user to search for all the Main Public libraries that are members of the cooperative selected.

    Engler launched the michigan Virtual University in 1998 the variety of issues facingschool districts in the state's Regional Education media centers (REMC) at
    University Relations Search Press Releases Entire Site for NEWSROOM HOME PRESS RELEASES EXPERT GUIDE MEDIA GUIDELINES ... CONTACT US
    To receive press releases by e-mail, send request to Newsroom Home Press Releases August 1999
    Contact: University Relations (517) 355-2281, or
    EAST LANSING, Mich. - As part of an outreach effort to schools throughout Michigan, Michigan State University's College of Education is providing every school district in the state with a series of videotapes on education and technology. The videotapes, funded by Michigan Virtual University, focus on helping teachers integrate technology into their classrooms to improve student learning. "One of the key things about the videotapes is that they will be helpful not only to teachers and administrators, but parents and others interested in education," said Barbara Markle, director of K-12 Outreach at MSU's College of Education. "The video series runs the gamut of critical issues in educational technology, and anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the technology and its promise for our schools would benefit from watching them." "When Gov. Engler launched the Michigan Virtual University in 1998, he charged us with improving the availability of resources for classroom innovation and training," said David Spencer, president of MVU. "We hope this video series will whet the appetite of K-12 staff for exciting uses of learning technology and that these teachers will be knocking down MVU's door for more advanced technology training. I think we're going to see an explosion of energy and creativity in their classrooms."

    78. Learning Media || Beginning School Mathematics
    As a result, a pilot program was set up in Rochester, michigan throughthe school of Education and Human Services at Oakland University.
    Beginning School Mathematics
    Beginning School Mathematics (BSM) is a professional development initiative for improving mathematics education in the primary grades. BSM provides a comprehensive program of professional development, a curriculum framework, and classroom materials for manipulative and language-based activities. These activities build on developmentally appropriate practice in the early years.
    Background to the Program
    Beginning School Mathematics was originally developed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education. In the late 1980s representatives from Oakland University observed the program in New Zealand schools. As a result, a pilot program was set up in Rochester, Michigan through the School of Education and Human Services at Oakland University. The BSM approach worked well in the US environment, so the program was implemented in a number of Michigan schools from 1989 onward. Schools participating in the project noted significant improvement in mathematics learning (measured by the Michigan State assessment tests). Improvement was also achieved in student attitudes toward mathematics and language capability. In 2000, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development took over national dissemination of BSM, along with the provision of a major professional development program based around BSM.

    79. Michigan Engineering - Learning Resource Centers
    The media Union also houses the library collections of and Urban Planning, and theSchool of Art Project Center, named for University of michigan College of
    Admissions Scholarships Advising and Support Services Programs and Degrees ... Schedule a Campus Visit Facilities Departments and Programs Student Life
    CoE Home
    Students ... Facilities Learning Resource Centers
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    Research Centers Labs Libraries Learning Resource Centers CAEN (Computer Aided Engineering Network) Take a Virtual Tour Media Union The Media Union is a 225,000 square-foot integrated technology instruction center that represents a new concept for universities - a place to house collections of information resources that are normally found in a traditional library, and also a center that provides high-tech equipment to further explore the physical and simulated world. Users are invited to the Media Union to locate information, create new artifacts, and make the results of their own inquiries available to others. Walter E. Wilson Student Team Project Center

    80. University Of Michigan Research Resources
    Transport, Reaction, and Phase Change in Porous media, Laboratory for; Horace H.Rackham school of Graduate Studies michigan Journalism Fellows. Law school.
    Home Site Map Queries:
    University of Michigan Research Resources Articles for proposal writers and others, which describe UM research capabilities. Each article has been reviewed by the official responsible for the facility or program described. The date of last revision is given at the end of each article. To ensure accuracy, contact the unit before using an article. In most cases, the article title is a link to that unit's website. Additions and corrections are welcome. Contact Research Communications, 936-1363, or Table of Contents by College or School Alphabetical Listing of Articles Central Resources Business Dentistry ...
  • Information Technology Resources
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  • Japan Technology Management Program
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