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  1. Library media centers: accessibility issues in rural Missouri.: An article from: Intervention in School & Clinic by John E. Cox, Debra M. Lynch, 2006-11-01
  2. Media Standards for School Learning Resources Centers: Standards and Recommendations for Public School Districts in Missouri (Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education)
  3. Let's talk trash. (Springfield Public Schools' 'etc. Center' in Springfield, Missouri): An article from: Phi Delta Kappan by Rolf Myller, Cindy Schoenauer, 1995-06-01
  4. Liberating the media: News (Freedom of Information Center report) by Muriel C. L Akamatsu, 1972
  5. The print media and equal time (Freedom of Information Center report) by David M Hansaker, 1975
  6. The news media manual: A guide for hazardous substance research centers by Robert A Logan, 1992

1. Division Of School Improvement - Standards For MO Schools
Standards for missouri schools Library media centers. Library media centers servingthe following populations High school (examples 712, 9-12, 10-12).
Home Division of School Improvement Curriculum
Standards for Missouri Schools Library Media Centers
Each document marked with an * is available in .pdf. A Note on Downloading PDF Files Revised Standards (2002)* (pdf) WORKSHEETS FOR ANNUAL EVALUATION APPENDIX B Appendix B Forms (pdf) Blank forms including Time-Sensitive Worksheets, Planning and Evaluation Worksheets, etc.
Appendix B Forms
* (pdf) Fill in forms including Time-Sensitive Worksheets, Planning and Evaluation Worksheets, etc. Fill out online and then print for local documentation The good news is I have automated as much of the mathematics as possible. Wait until you see blue boxes on the screen and then you can enter information. Please use the TAB key to move through the worksheets or the mathematics will not work. Once the worksheet information has been entered, the information will automatically be moved to the Planning and Evaluation Sheet. Hopefully this will save time and errors in transfer. The bad news is you cannot save the information. You must work in one setting or you will lose the information. The information may be entered and printed but not saved to a disk. The only way the information

2. School Libraries Menu Page
FOR. missouri school. LIBRARY media centers. missouri Department of Elementary and
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
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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

3. School Libraries In Missouri
Technology Plans for school Library media centers An AskERIC InfoGuide schools is proceeding rapidly, school library media centers may be included in a schoolwide or even http// A project of missouri University's College of Education,
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 Resource Sharing Networks ... Other Web Sites School Library Pages

4. NCEF Resource List: Libraries/Media Centers
Crestige South Elementary school in Centerview, missouri. Tomorrow's Needs Pantano,Phil school Planning and Design ideas for libraries/media centers and mini
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

5. School Library Standards And Evaluation
Library media centers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Minnesota Standardsfor Effective school Library Programs in PDF format. missouri school Library
Resources for School Librarians - Index School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory
School Library Standards and Evaluation
School Library Standards Job Descriptions Evaluation Forms School Library Mission Statements ... School Library Statistics Today it seems that accountability is the hot topic in educational reform. It will become increasingly important for school library media specialists to demonstrate the importance of their media center to the school, and also be able to demonstrate how effectively they are doing their job. Busy adminstrators like numbers and well organized reports to demonstrate progress.
School Library Standards for Programs and Facilities

Program Evaluation Student Survey Middle school Student Survey - High school ParentSurvey. Standards for missouri Library media centers 1999 revision,
TABLE OF CONTENTS Annotated Frameworks / Content Specifications Communication Arts Communicate Effectively Within and Beyond the Classroom Gather, Analyze and Apply Information and Ideas Make Decisions and Act as Responsible Members of Society Recognize and Solve Problems Fine Arts Annotated Frameworks Health / Physical Education Efficiency of Human Movement and Performance Functions and Interrelationships of Systems Health Maintenance and Enhancement Physical Activity and Lifetime Wellness ... Risk Assessment and Reduction Mathematics Communication Connections Data Analysis, Probability and Statistics Discrete Mathematics ... Reasoning Science Earth Systems Ecology Force, Motion, and Mechanical Energy Living Systems ... The Universe Social Studies Content Specifications Guidelines Document Superintendent Principal ... Student Guidelines for Performance Based Evaluation Counselor Library Media Specialist Teacher Mathematics Supplement Grades K-2 Number Sense Geometric and Spatial Sense Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics

7. Division Of School Improvement - Curriculum
Standards for missouri school Library media centers
Home Division of School Improvement Curriculum
LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER INFORMATION Some documents are available in .pdf. * denotes available in .pdf. A Note on Downloading PDF Files Standards for Missouri School Library Media Centers Standards for Missouri School Library Media Centers -includes worksheets Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Library Media Standards School Library Media Standards Handbook Sample Core Data web page (June 2002) Letter to Superintendents and Library Media Specialists 2003 Third-Cycle MSIP Documents Third-Cycle MSIP Documents *All documents require Acrobat Reader, see not above.
Information Literacy Information and Technology Literacy: A Companion to the Show-Me Standards National Literacy Standards: Information Power Newsletters Media and Technology Newsletters Resources Learning Through the Library (best practices, research supporting literacy, hot links to information) Performance Based Library Media Specialist Evaluation (PBLMSE) 3rd Cycle MSIP Integrated Standards and Indicators (6.8 = LMC) Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Division of School Improvement - Curriculum Services

8. MAME: Library/Media Standards/Curriculum
Department of Education Standards for school Library media centers in the Commonwealthof Massachusetts Official State site. missouri Department of Elementary

Library/Media Standards/Curriculum
AASL Position Statements
From the American Association of School Librarians. A list of documents (online) such as Appropriate Staffing for School Library Media Centers, Preparation of School Library Media Specialist, Role of the School Library Media Program, etc.
Education Week: "Study Shows Rise in Test Scores Tied to School Library Resources
This is an article on the Education Week website.
Educational Standards and Curriculum Frameworks for Library Media
An list of links to sites related to library media standards at the National level and by State.
Essential Skills for Information Literacy
From the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Olympia, WA and the Washington Library Media Association
Essentials of a Model Library Media Program
From the Kentucky Department of Education.
Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning
Information/Media Literacy
From The Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations (CESDP) at New Mexico Highlands University works to improve the quality of education for communities in New Mexico and the surrounding region.

The Board believes that instructional media centers/libraries are a fundamental part of the district shall strive to meet the school media standards as prescribed by the missouri

10. Missouri School Library Media Certification
Students who seek missouri school Library media established by the missouri Departmentof Technologies for Library media centers (Information Technologies, 3
Library Science and Information Services School Library Media Certification This program meets the minimum requirements for certification as a school library media specialist in the State of Missouri. The successful applicant must have a valid Missouri Teaching Certificate and a GPA Average not lower than 2.5 on a 4.0 scale in their subject area OR take the proper course work to satisfy requirements for teacher certification. Added Endorsement: Those who already have teacher certification should contact Margery Tanner at DESE, (573) 751-4369. She will evaluate transcripts for course work still needed for both library media and K-12 teacher certification. Initial Certification Requirements: For students who do not have initial teacher certification, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has developed requirements for certification which include general requirements, general education requirements, and professional requirements. Each of these requirements can be met by courses available at Central Missouri State University. To develop a program of study, contact Dr. Larry Keisker, the Director of Clinical Services and Certification: Larry M. Keisker, Director

INSTRUCTIONAL media centers/school LIBRARIES. The Board believes that instructional media centers meet the school media standards as prescribed by the missouri Department of

12. Library Standards/Kentridge High School
document. Standards for missouri school Library media centers missouriDepartment of Elementary and Secondary Education, December 1999
Kentridge High School Library Online
Library Standards
School Library Programs in Washington State
Part of the WLMA site. Links to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC's) for School Library Media Programs (Legal guidelines for library media programs in the state of Washington.) and Information Power for Washington; Guidelines for School Library Media Programs. (The OSPI/WLMA Guidelines provide assistance to practioners and administrators in interpreting the WACs.) Standards for School Library Media Centers in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
The revised standards (1996) represent the benchmark against which all school library media services in Massachusetts should be measured. When used by administrators and school library media specialists, this publication should help provide the means to bring quality school library media services to all students in Massachusetts thereby positively impacting their academic achievement and enabling students to participate in the "age of information." School Library Standards for Texas
The School Library Standards for Texas (adopted on May 19, 1997 by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission) contain recommendations about what a library should look like, how it should be staffed, and the kind of resources it should offer.

13. Library Media Services
missouri Standards for school Library media centers (1997) and missouri school ImprovmentProjgram Standards and Indicators (3rd cycle) are available from the

14. Library Media Services
These include progress made toward the MSIP Standards and Indicatorsand the Standards for missouri school Library media centers.

15. Libraries
Awarded a strength by DESE in 1997 missouri school Improvement Evaluation; Inviting,attractive library media centers in every school, staffed by professional

District Information
Current News Schools Curriculum ... Professional Development Library Media Centers District Media Services Library Media Centers
Instructional Technology
Reading ... Policies
  • Awarded a strength by DESE in 1997 Missouri School Improvement Evaluation
  • Inviting, attractive library media centers in every school, staffed by professional,
    full-time library media specialists
    • over 110,000 volumes
    • audiovisual materials and equipment
    • computers and software
  • Curriculum-centered programs
    • individualized and group information skills instruction
    • cooperative planning and teaching with classroom teachers to integrate information skills with the content areas
  • Information gathering and research supported by both print and electronic formats
    • Internet access
    • CD ROM magazine indexes
    • database searching
    • resource sharing
    • interlibrary loan

lawyers and other professionals, the centers conduct day broadcasting, cable and otherelectronic media in more Ken Smith, a 1967 missouri school of Journalism
Sept. 17, 2001
Contact: Rajah Maples Wallace Senior Information Specialist
COLUMBIA, Mo. In light of last week’s terrorist attacks, the Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia has decided to postpone the awarding of its Honor Medals for Distinguished Service in Journalism. The school had planned to present the awards to five journalists and three journalism organizations at a banquet on Friday, September 21. Dean Mills, dean of the School of Journalism, said the decision to postpone the awards banquet was made after consulting with each of the awardees. The curtailing of airline schedules would have made it difficult for many of the medallists and their families and friends to travel to Columbia for the event. Additional job duties connected with media coverage of last week’s attacks also were a factor. New arrangements will be made to award the medals at a later date. The 2001 medallists are:
  • Glasnost Defense Foundation – GDF provides legal support and advocacy to mass media in Russia. Established in Moscow in 1991, GDF has established and supported 10 regional Legal Defense Centers around Russia. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, the Centers conduct day-to-day monitoring of media rights abuses around Russia and the

17. LIS 5220 Introduction To Reference
(1999). Standards for missouri school Library media centers. Online Availablehttp//
LIS 5220 Introduction to Reference Course Syllabus 3 Credit Hours – Spring, 2002 Instructor: Barbara Wales Office: JCKL 2454 Telephone: e-mail: Office Hours: M-F: 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and by appointment Class Meeting Times: The class will meet in James C. Kirkpatrick Library, room 2441, on February 2, March 23, and April 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A significant component of the course is conducted online using the Blackboard course software. Course access is at: Description of the Course This course will familiarize the student with the philosophies, theories, processes, and practices of reference service in libraries, especially school library media centers. Effective provision of reference services will be stressed. Building, maintaining, and utilizing the collection, including both traditional and electronic reference sources, is a major focus of the course. Conceptual Framework : For over 125 years, the teacher education program has demonstrated commitment to shaping educators and other school professionals who are well grounded in theory, display competence in content knowledge, and who are prepared with strategies for application. There is a shared understanding that teacher education is a campus-wide responsibility and that there is honor and worth in serving in a profession vital to our nation's future. Purpose of the Course The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with bibliographic and reference sources for critical evaluation, informed selection, and effective use.

18. MASL: Members - Professional Development
Learning and MSIP Standards for school Library media centers. . Region Meeting (FayetteHigh school media Center of Reading at Central missouri State University
Committee Purpose
The MASL Professional Development Committee is a special standing committee appointed annually by the President. Building on our past and looking to the future, the committee's purpose is to recommend and facilitate professional development opportunities that support the MASL mission and goals.
Area Workshops
Here is a listing for workshops planned across the state: MO Center for the Book: Celebration of the Book (Columbia) SLSSLA Region Meeting (TBA) Region Chairs' Workshop (Columbia) Northeast District Meeting (Green City R-I School Library Media Center) The workshop format includes these topics: Integrating Children's Literature with the MAP, Laura Ingalls Wilder, MOREnet databases, Deep Web Searching. Lunch will be served. RSVP to Rosemary Ford by June 14. SE Region Meeting (Poplar Bluff) Central Region Fall Meeting (Odessa) MLA 2002 Conference (Downtown Marriott Kansas City) "Changing Faces/Enduring Values" South Central Fall Meeting (Rolla High School) Children's Literature Festival of the Ozarks (Drury University Springfield, MO)

19. MASL: Resources
Central missouri State University Department of Library Science and InformationServices. DESE Standards for school Library media centers.
Information on Texas School Libraries: Standards, Resources, Services, and Students' Performance
2001 Spring Conference Proceedings

MASL Spring Conference Proceedings AASL
American Association of School Librarians AASL Natl. Standards

American Library Association
Award Winning Titles

Includes links to the Newbery, Caldecott, and Coretta Scott King award titles Central Missouri State University
Department of Library Science and Information Services Database of Award-Winning Children's Literature

Standards for School Library Media Centers DESE Media and Technology Newsletter Contains the most recent publication along with previous issues of the newsletter. Developing a Technology Plan Kathy Parris and Lisa Walters have created a "How to Develop a District Technology Plan" as well as a scoring rubric for technology plans. Florida Educational Technology Corporation Gateway Book Award The Missouri Gateway Readers' Choice Award for Teens IConnect AASL Technology Initiative IDPgroup Columbia-based agency that designs and maintains the MASL web site Information Power Resource Guide International Assoc. of School Librarians

20. IASL Documents Collection: Links To Documents On The Internet
Among them are the Standards for missouri school Library media centers, the Texasschool Libraries Standards and Guidelines, and the Essentials of a Model
Main Page
See also Articles from IASL Newsletter Organised by Country This collection includes links to a variety of documents related to school libraries. There are policy statements from other school library associations, bibliographies and lists, conference papers, periodical articles, and other documents of interest. Of particular importance are the documents from IFLA and UNESCO. The list is divided into two sections: policy statements and official documents, and other documents. Policy Statements
and other

Official Documents
Other Documents, ...
and Articles
Policy Statements and Official Documents IFLA / UNESCO School Library Manifesto
The Intergovernmental Council of the UNESCO General Information Programme approved the text of the School Library Manifesto at its meeting in December 1998 and it was ratified by the UNESCO General Conference in November 1999. It was approved by the IASL Annual General Meeting in August 2002.It is now available in a number of languages:
Amharic Arabic Catalan ... IFLA / UNESCO School Library Guidelines
Released by IFLA in August 2002 as a document to accompany the IFLA/UNESCO School Library Manifesto (see above). Currently available in:

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