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         Mississippi School Media Centers:     more detail
  1. Factors Related to Mississippi School Library Media Centers in Multitype Cooperation by Margaret Ann Partridge, 1988
  2. Centers for economic education deliver the programming.: An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Unavailable, 2009-10-12
  3. Fifty years of growth: UMMC prepares for the next half century.(University of Mississippi Medical Center): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Clay Chandler, 2009-05-25
  4. Hattiesburg still growing strong: Hub City continuing to see significant commercial development activity.(William Carey College of Osteopathic Medicine): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2009-07-27
  5. A teacher's guide for Media mania: Library media center series for grades 2-4 by Anne Parsons Radojcsics, 1996
  6. Make the connection: Quality school library media programs impact academic achievement in Iowa by Marcia J Rodney, 2002
  7. A dream can come true: A learning center can happen to you by Mary Nell Currey, 1978

61. Hearit Company - Clients In Other US States
Education Picayune, MS; mississippi Department of Christopher's school - Florissant,MO; Speech Pathology Services County Community College - media, PA; South
Hearit Client List
  • ELKS-HELP - Palmer, Alaska
  • Anaheim Speech and Hearing - Anaheim Hills, CA Associated Learning and Language - Redwood City, CA Perez Special Education Center - Los Angeles, CA
  • Jefferson County ISD - Lakewood, CO
  • Greenwich School District - Greenwich, CT PARS - Middletown, CT
  • Broward Child Center - Pompano Beach, FL Dynamic Rehab - Largo, FL FDLRS Resource Centers - FL
  • Genesis Health Care/Coquina Center - FL Hillhaven/Vencor - FL Life Care Centers of America - FL School Board of Orange County - Orlando, FL
  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - Atlanta, GA Fulton County Board of Education - Atlanta, GA Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA Georgia Project for AT - Forest Park, GA Georgia Tools for Life Support Centers - GA Muscogee County School District - Columbus, GA Walton Options for Independent Living - Augusta, GA
  • Oasis-Stud-Support Service Group - Honolulu, HI
  • Echo Joint Agreement - South Holland, IL Rochester Jr. High - Rochester, IL
  • Topeka Public Schools USD - Topeka, KS

62. Health Policy Exchange
Medical Center (University of mississippi school of Medicine). related schools andCenters mississippi State University media/JOURNALS Print media Biloxi Sun
University of Southern Mississippi Center for Community Health
Southern Miss Health Policy Page

Executive Branch
Legislative Branch Judicial Branch Local Government ... Key Health Policy Issue Areas
General Listings
State of Mississippi Home Page

MS State Agency Locator

State and Local Government on Net: Mississippi (Piper Resources)

Key Policy making Organizations
Governor (Office of the Governor)

Budgeting (Office of the State Budget)
Attorney General MS Office of the Lt. Governor Key Agencies Related to Personal Health MS Department of Health (MSDH)
Office of the State Health Officer Professional ... Regulations Other Health Related Agencies Department of Mental Health Division of Medicaid ... Commission of MS Professional Licensure Boards MS Board of Dental Examiners MS Board of Medical Licensure ... Licensure Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Radiology Technicians Respiratory Care Practitioners MS Board of Optometry MS Board of Examiners for Social Work ... Drug Counselor Key Agencies Related to Environmental Health Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Office of Administrative Services Division of Air (Quality) ... MS Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP)

63. Web Sites In Mississippi
St. Stanislaus High school, Bay St. Louis, MS. mississippi Mall, Jackson, MS.Moonlight media, Jackson, MS. Netlinx Technologies, Southaven, MS.
Web Sites in Mississippi
Universities and Community Colleges Kindergarten through 12 Schools Communities Research Centers ... Miscellaneous
Alcorn State University , Lorman, MS. Delta State University , Cleveland, MS. East Mississippi Community College , Scooba, MS. Jackson State University , Jackson, MS. Jones County Junior College , Ellisville, MS. Meridian Community College , Meridian, MS. Millsaps College , Jackson, MS. Mississippi College , Clinton, MS. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College , Stone County/Gulfport/Gautier, MS. Mississippi State University , Starkville, MS. Mississippi University For Women , Columbus, MS. Northwest Mississippi Community College , Senatobia, MS. Southwest Mississippi Community College , Summit, MS. The University of Mississippi , Oxford, MS. The University of Mississippi Medical Center , Jackson, MS. The University of Southern Mississippi , Hattiesburg, MS. Wood College , Mathiston, MS.
Aberdeen High School , Aberdeen, MS. Columbia High School , Columbia, MS.

64. Outstanding Programs & Honors Of Starkville Schools
New media center, classrooms and administrative offices opened Designated as a schoolof Distinction by Duke mississippi Middle school Science Teacher of Year.
"Moving into the twenty-first Century"
Outstanding Programs Table of Contents District Wide
Sudduth Elementary School

Overstreet Elementary School

Ward Elementary School
Millsaps Vocational Center

District-Wide Programs
Art, Music and Physical Education, grades K-12 Gifted Studies and Special Education, grades K-12 Strings programs grades 5-12 Band, grades 6-12 Comprehensive athletic program including 25 sports teams in grades 7-12 Building program begun in 1995 to expand and renovate all buildings K-12 as well as to institute a district-wide technology plan. Family Resource Center available to all families in the district Emerson Family School provides comprehensive child-care and instruction for ages 6 months to 4 years Comprehensive adult education programs Noxubee Conservation Center for environmental studies located on the Noxubee Refuge in Oktibbeha and Noxubee counties. Millsaps Vocational Center
(Grades 9-12)
Full range of vocational education courses Recognized as top Tech-Prep Program, 1993 Local, state and national winners in student academic competition Fully equipped, state-of-the-art Technology Discovery lab.

65. KuglerPage
by Dr. Larry Anderson, mississippi State University. guidance from Developing a Schoolor District up accounts in various classrooms and library media centers.
Kathy Kugler
Foster High School
South Central School District

4242 South 144th St.
Tukwila, WA 98168 Email:
School: 206-901-7911
Fax: 206-901-7907
South Central School District is located in Tukwila, Washington (south of Seattle - quite close to South Center Mall and Sea Tac Airport). There are five schools: three elementaries, a middle school and Foster High School. There are about 800 students in the high school. My primary role is as the Library Media Specialist at Foster High School. I am also the District Library Media Coordinator and the District Technology Coordinator.
S chool L ibrary M edia
As a member of Washington Library Media Association (WLMA) I worked on an Internet pamphlet with the WLMA Supervisors Group called Internet Guidelines for School Library Media Specialists . The WLMA ONLINE offers a lot of links to educational as well as library related resources. My newest find for a helpful library link is School Librarian Links: Cruise Control for the Information Highway
T echnology P lanning
During the last two yearsI have been writing the District Technology Plan and helping to develop Internet Use Policies. A helpful paper

66. Internet Resources
HNet Teaching; Center for History and New media. All Saints' Episcopal school;University of mississippi; University of Southern mississippi;
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Visit the City, State, and Region Vicksburg, Mississippi Mississippi Region
Vicksburg Accommodations Bed and Breakfast Inns Hotels and Motels

67. - State Databank - Mississippi
mississippi early education programs. Child care centers for 5 yearolds 15,20. Elementary school Teachers, Except Special Education, $30,500, $29,970.

68. Home Page For Elizabeth Haynes
Elizabeth Haynes. Asst. Professor, school of Library and Information Science,University of Southern mississippi Office Cook Library, 206J.
Elizabeth Haynes
Asst. Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Southern Mississippi Office: Cook Library, 206J 601-266-5563; Fax-601-266-5774 Email: Office Hours: Spring, 2003 - Monday, 10 - 12:30, 2:30-3:30; Wednesday, 10:00 - 12:30, 1:30-3:00; or by appointment
Order textbooks online through the USM Textbook Center
. (Click on Textbooks - there's more than one Library and Information Science listed keep searching until you find the one with all the courses listed.)
Courses Taught
Other Links

This page is maintained by Elizabeth Haynes The views and opinions expressed in this page and attached pages are strictly those of the author. The contents of this page and attached pages have not been reviewed, approved, or monitored by the University of Southern Mississippi.
Last modified February 18, 2003

69. --School Of Architecture | MSU
copyright © 2002 site maintained by Lessa Woodruff last updated17mar-03 936 AM site designed by Mudpie media, LLC
Sum./Fall Advising Begins Pre-Registration Begins 03.18 thru 04.03
Professor Michael A. Berk
"4@4 Corners" Gallery Exhibition
Giles Hall Gallery Super Bulldog Weekend Faculty exhibits are among the artwork choices which can be experienced in the Giles Hall Gallery during the year. See our DAY IN THE LIFE feature future students academics student work ...
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70. Association For Educational Communications And Technology
contains a multimedia program comprised of digital still photographs and digitalvideo from mississippi classrooms (preschool through high school), in which

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72. Internal Medicine
Thomas E. Stevens Jr., MD Gerontologist Assistant Professor Medical school Universityof mississippi school of Medicine, Jackson, MS Internship - University
Department Directory Janice W . Neal, M.D.
Internal Medicine Physician
Medical School - University of South Alabama College Of Medicine, Mobile, AL
Internship - University of South Alabama Hospitals, Mobile, AL
Residency - University of South Alabama Hospitals, Mobile, AL
Certification - Internal Medicine
Special Interest - General Internal Medicine
Appointments - 460-7010 Keith M. Ramsey, M.D. - Professor
Infectious Diseases Specialist
Medical School - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC Internship - Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Residency - Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Fellowship - Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA; University of California, San Francisco, CA

73. 2002 Interiors Showcase
North Bay Elementary school—Biloxi, mississippi Guild Hardy Associates Libraries/MediaCenters. Chittenango High school, Project 2000 High school Library
2002 Educational Interiors Showcase
Citation Winners and Other Outstanding Designs Crow Island School Citation Collegiate Citation Special Citations
Gold Citations
Vocational/Industrial Arts

Phillips Exeter Academy, Phelps Science Center—Exeter, New Hampshire
Centerbrook, Architects and Planners, LLC—Centerbrook, CT “Innovative arrangement of spaces both inside and outside the classroom. Flexible classroom arrangements facilitate a variety of learning opportunities. An outstanding project—a model for others to emulate.”
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Worcester Campus—Worcester, Massachusetts
(Interior Renovation)
SBA/Steffian Bradley Associates—Boston, MA “Wow! An incredible transformation. A well-executed jewel of a plan hidden inside the shell of a beautiful late-19th-century structure.”
New England College of Optometry—Boston, Massachusetts
(Interior Renovation)
DiMella Shaffer Associates—Boston, MA

74. Changing Patterns 5
facilities • Boarding school concept • Partnerships Technologically advanced mediacenters • Redefine what a of Education mississippi State University PO
home Introduction

First Wave

2nd Wave

3rd Wave

4th Wave Author Contact Workshop Seating Matrix Photo right: Workshop participants develop an "Educational Mall" concept with a free enterprise model; spaces change around a functional core. Changing Patterns in Educational Facilities KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY (2000-2025) page 5 of 5 Societal Trends What will our society be like in the 21 st Century? Integrated Chaos, Awareness Society, Instant Era, Information Age Politics to be ruled by group decisions and coalitions Economics driven by either citizen control or citizen apathy with conflicts between the local and global Global socialization, Local and smaller, individuals more empowered Economics will see increased polarization of wealth internationally, yet economies better controlled due to speed of information passed among nations Energy will be more expensive, conservation efforts will increase, sustainable/green solutions will develop Communication will be instant and everywhere, multi-media, personal and

75. PBS - Senator Cochran Announces Wide-Ranging Literacy Initiative In Mississippi
the skills they need to succeed in school. . guide the BETWEEN THE LIONS MississippiLiteracy Initiative Virginia, is a private, nonprofit media enterprise owned
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May 29, 2001
- PBS Kids TV Series BETWEEN THE LIONS Will Help Children Learn to Read - Jackson, Miss. May 29, 2001 Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) and officials from the PBS Ready to Learn Service, WGBH Boston and Mississippi ETV today announced a distinctive year-long project using the Emmy Award-winning PBS Kids program BETWEEN THE LIONS and a variety of related resources and workshops to boost literacy in Indianola, Miss. and the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians in Philadelphia, Miss. The key purpose of the BETWEEN THE LIONS Mississippi Literacy Initiative is to increase the early reading skills of children in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade critical ages for establishing a strong literacy foundation. In total, nearly 1,000 children will participate in the project. The initiative is being undertaken by Mississippi ETV and the producers of BETWEEN THE LIONS WGBH Boston and Sirius Thinking, Ltd. It will include a year-long research study directed by Dr. Cathy Grace, coordinator of the Early Childhood Institute at Mississippi State University, to assess the effectiveness of this initiative. The $400,000 project is financed by the Public Broadcasting Service and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting through a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Senator Cochran has been a long-time leader in establishing and increasing funds for the PBS Ready to Learn program, which is public television's effort to address the nation's number one education goal ensuring that every child enters school ready to learn and succeed.

76. State-based Physical Activity Program Directory: Search Results
Components, Comprehensive school health, Physical environmental Partners, MississippiGovernor’s Commission on Components, media campaign, Periodic event (annual Invento

77. News
in educational programs and tours of our centers. in psychology, and a doctorate inschool psychology from the University of Southern mississippi in Hattiesburg

78. Mississippi College - School Of Nursing
The school of Nursing is located in Cockroft Hall Center houses the audiovisualmedia and simulated classes are conducted on the mississippi College campus.
Mississippi College
School of Nursing
Box 4037
Clinton, MS 39058
Email: The School of Nursing is located in Cockroft Hall which provides a central location for nursing faculty offices and classrooms. The Harvey Garrison Jr. Learning Center houses the audio-visual media and simulated patient care centers. The audio-visual display capacity is augmented by the College's Learning Resources Center which is located in the Leland Speed Library. Computers are available for both student and faculty use, and are augmented through the College's Computer Laboratory located in Self Hall. Nursing classes are conducted on the Mississippi College campus. The clinical portions of the nursing courses utilize a variety of hospital and agencies in the Jackson area. Students may also elect for learning experience in other localities within the United States or in foreign countries.
Cockroft Hall
Mississippi College

79. Park Hill School District - District Office Superintendent
Education at mississippi College and her Ph.D at the University of Minnesota. Sheis a member of the American Association of school Administrators, Association
Home Park Hill Schools Chinn Elem English Landing Elem Graden Elem Hawthorn Elem ... Hawley Hall Board of Education Board Home Board Highlights Current Agenda District Information Information Home District Curriculum District Technology District Programs ... Lunch Menus District Office District Office Home District Jobs Job Opportunities Relocating to Park Hill Relocating Home Site Map Contact Us Search Park Hill School District - where lifelong learning begins! Home Superintendent of Schools Superintendent's Cabinet Departments Superintendent - Gayden Carruth About Our Superintendent Gayden F Carruth
Superintendent of Schools
7703 NW Barry Road
Kansas City, MO 64153
1998-1999 Missouri Superintendent of the Year Gayden Carruth joined the Park Hill team as the Superintendent in 1994. Prior to moving to the Kansas City area, she served as Superintendent in Williamsburg/James City County Public Schools in Williamsburg, Virginia and Shakopee Public Schools, Shakopee, Minnesota. In the years prior to becoming Superintendent, Dr. Carruth served in the educational field in various capacities.

80. University Of Southern Mississippi
University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science Course Syllabus LIS 6455 Fall 2002 Dr. Pat Bauer Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. 12:00- 5:00 p.m., Tampa Office: 2032 CIS, Tampa Office Phone: (813) 974-7344 E-mail: Course Number: LIS 6455 Credit Hours: Title: The Organization and Administration of the School Media Center Catalog Description Media quarters, facilities, collections, equipment, and services. Principles of organization and administration of media programs in elementary and secondary schools. Field trips to area media centers required.
To provide learning experiences necessary in the overall management of the library media center. Required Texts School Library Management, 4th edition. Compiled by the Editors of The Book Report, Library Talk, and Technology Connection with the assistance of Catherine Andronik. Worthington, Ohio: Linworth Publishing, Inc., 1998. Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning. Chicago: Course Objectives Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to: Describe the roles and responsibilities of the school library media specialist in providing for the integration of the library media program into the instructional program of the school.

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