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  1. An investigation of the United States government publications as a source of reference material for high school media centers/libraries of North Carolina by Regis Joseph Glaesner, 1978
  2. A proposal for organizing and administering a combination school/public media center at the Pamlico County High School Bayboro, North Carolina by Grace Saunders Hudson, 1977
  3. Narrative evaluation report on the Institute for Building School Media Collections, at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Feb.-May 1971 by Mary Frances K Johnson, 1971
  4. Automating the media center.: An article from: T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) by Mary A. Holloway, 1988-09-01

1. Dream/Girl Magazine: The Arts Magazine For Girls
writing. A first purchase for north carolina school media centersand an excellent supplement to language arts classrooms. Dream
CONTACTS Dream/Girl Magazine
P.O. Box 51867
Durham, NC 27717
Frances O. Dowell

Assistant Editor
Virginia Tice

Contributing Editor
Virginia Holman

Claire Goode

Web Producer
Clifton Dowell
Audrey Sage Cartoonist Sophia Fields dowellMedia .com Queries? Editorial Circulation What's the Press saying about DREAM/GIRL MAGAZINE? Selected Excerpts from: School Library Journal Atlanta Journal-Constitution Oakland (CA) Tribune Infotech (NC Public Schools) ... High Point (NC) Enterprise SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL: "D/G offers 10- to 15-year-old girls a welcome alternative to the passive presentation of information found in many children's magazines. Its poems, stories, and personal narratives by young poets and writers explore a variety of situations and emotions and, best of all, the writings encourage girls to explore and express themselves through the written word. There's one more reason this magazine is such a dream: it's completely ad-free" ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION: "Besides shoring up the cultural interests of teenage girls, this radically rich magazine gives lots of young writers, poets, artists and photographers the incomparable thrill of seeing their work published for the first time."

2. Information Skills Curriculum - School Library Media Centers K12
carolina State Department of Education from 1970 until the early 1980s. THE CRUCIAL YEARS school LIBRARY media centers states, including north carolina, Georgia, Florida and
Information Skills Curriculum
Curricula General Education as Psychology, Learning Styles] Instructional Design Instruction
Virginia. Standards of Learning Objectives
Virginia's Standards of Accreditation; Standards of Quality
Resources for school librarians; from School-Libraries.Org
Colorado Information Literacy
Planning checklist for Schools (Draft) [pdf file];
guidelines, Information Power ; Overview of Information
Literacy [pdf file]
Illinois Learning Standards
with subjects
Oregon Educational Media Association. Information Literacy Guidelines
Introduction, print resources, web sites, Oregon
Information Literacy Guidelines
Virginia's SOLs. Library/Information Use
Older standards but still useful for new librarians.
State of North Carolina, Dept. of Education
North Carolina's DOE. State curriculum can be purchased.
Utah Curriculum Database
Search library media curriculum. Curriculum is online.
Information Literacy and the Net
Course outline from Bellingham Public Schools
[Back to Top]
General Education
Critical Thinking Skills
Educational Psychology
Learning Styles [Back to Top]
Instructional Design
Big Six Information Problem Solving Basics
By Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz.

3. Standards For School Library Media Centers In The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts
school Library media centers. in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Appendix I. Sample Selection Policy. This sample selection policy is adapted from one by the north carolina
get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... Commissioner's Update Archive
Standards for School Library Media Centers
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Appendix I
Sample Selection Policy
This sample selection policy is adapted from one by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Area of Educational Media and Technology Services, and is used with permission.

4. South Carolina School Library Media Centers
THE CRUCIAL YEARS school LIBRARY media centers. only 15 states had school librarysupervisors. were Southern states, including north carolina, Georgia, Florida
The Development of School Libraries in South Carolina
The following speech was delivered by Margaret Ehrhardt on March 31, 1988 as the Third Annual Deans' Lecture of the University of South Carolina College of Library and Information Science. Ms. Ehrhardt was Supervisor of School Library Services for the South Carolina State Department of Education from 1970 until the early 1980s.
THE CRUCIAL YEARS: SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTERS The years 1945-1985 were crucial years for school library programs, not only in South Carolina, but for the nation as well. The ALA Handbook for 1944 showed that only 15 states had school library supervisors. It was interesting to note that seven of these were Southern states, including North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Tonight I should like to explore with you some of the significant events that have helped to shape the development of school library media programs in our state. The first significant factor was the employment by the State Department of Education of the first Supervisor of Library Services. It is seldom that one can pinpoint the beginning of a library media program, but this is not true of school library media services in South Carolina. The date was March 29, 1946, and the time was 11:00. It was then that an announcement was made to the School Library Section of the South Carolina Education Association which was in session at University High School here in Columbia that the State Department of Education had received a grant from the General Education Board (of the Rockefeller Foundation) to employ a Library Supervisor. This was the first attempt to bring structure into what had been haphazard library development in the schools.

5. NCEF Resource List: Libraries/Media Centers
Information for people who plan, design, build, and maintain K12 schools. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. Toll-free(888)552-0624 media centers. http// . north carolina Department of Public Instruction, school
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

6. Flexible Access Library Media Programs Bibliography
of the Scheduling Patterns of Two Exemplary Elementary school media centers . Unpublisheddoctoral dissertation, University of north carolina at Chapel Hill.
Flexible Access Library Media Programs Bibliography
compiled by Donna M. Shannon
University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science
April 1998 (revised 5 August 2002) American Association of School Librarians. (1991). Position Statement on Flexible Scheduling . Chicago: American Library Association.
AskERIC InfoGuide on Flexible Scheduling in School Libraries

School Library Media Activities Monthly 9 Bradburn, Frances. (1999). Crunch Time. School Library Journal 45 Browne, Karen Stevens. (1991). Making the Move to Flexible Scheduling-Six Stepping Stones. School Library Media Activities Monthly 8 School Library Journal 35 Buchanan, Jan. (1991). Flexible Access Library Media Programs . Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Burton, Linda. (1989). Perspectives on Flexible Scheduling. School Library Media Activities Monthly 6 Carlisle, Millie. (1991). Indiana School Librarians: Flexible Scheduling and Information Power. Indiana Media Journal 13 Day, Pam A. (1989). Flexible Scheduling: A Bibliography.

7. NECC: North Carolina School Makes Palms Mandatory
the classroom and school library media center. Because of north carolina's students use computers in their regular classrooms, as well as their computer labs and media centers.
NECC: North Carolina school makes Palms mandatory
by Dennis Sellers,
June 25, 2001, 7:00 am ET Palm may be giving away $2.3 million in technology grants to US K-12 schools and colleges, but the company may make some serious money with the announcement that an independent school system outside of Winston-Salem, NC, became the first K-12 school in the U.S. to require the use of Palm handhelds in its high school and to pilot their use among students as young as first grade. The school system is Forsyth Country Day School . The announcement was made at this week's National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in Chicago. Assistant Headmaster Eric Peterson said that students returning to school in August will find "something extra" in their registration packets: a Palm IIIc handheld, portable keyboard, and a suite of software applications. "Part of the appeal is the mobility of Palm handhelds, enabled and empowered by wireless technologies built into the product," said Mike Lorion, vice president of education markets at Palm. "This is the first time a K-12 school in the United States has mandated the use of handheld technology in its school and made the commitment to use it in a range of academic and administrative areas." Forsyth Country Day School is working with Palm and third-party developers to choose an appropriate set of software applications to be used by students and faculty across the curriculum. In addition to issuing Palm handhelds to the high school students, classroom sets of Palms will be used in science and math classes in the middle and elementary grades. The school also plans to integrate handhelds into its new science, math and academic support centers.

8. Anthrax Web Transcript
News media Relations. Fri 8am11pm EST Sat-Sun 10am-8pm EST centers for Disease 2001)(View the webcast on the University of north carolina school of Public
Biological (Listing) Chemical (Listing) Radiological Emergencies
... FAQ
Public Inquiries
English (888) 246-2675
TTY (866) 874-2646
Mon-Fri 8am-11pm EST
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30333
USA Webcast Transcript CDC Responds: Coping with Bioterrorism—T he Role of the Laboratorian (November 9, 2001) (View the webcast on the University of North Carolina School of Public Health site Segment 1 of 9 contents next Dr. Jeffrey P. Koplan: Good afternoon, and welcome to our videoconference on “Coping with Bioterrorism That said, the recent bioterrorism events in our community have challenged both our medical care and public health systems, including our laboratories. There are areas of the country where the laboratory systems have been completely overwhelmed. Fortunately, state and local laboratorians, as well as CDC staff, have helped provide surge capacity. These challenges have made it clear that public health and clinical laboratories need to have well-established relationships and processes to ensure rapid detection and to provide timely and accurate information. While CDC can help provide leadership and technical assistance, the implementation must take place at the state and local level. While we will be focusing on addressing bioterrorism, many public health problems require high quality laboratory testing. Initiatives such as emerging infectious diseases, the epi and laboratory strengthening program, the Food Safety Initiative, and the current bioterrorism program all rely heavily on a system that requires integration of the clinical and public health labs.

9. SWAT Partnership Opportunities
Math, NCA T State University, the north carolina Department of the elementary, middle,high school levels throughout with IIT’s Digital media centers goal of




Teams in Action

SWAT Partnership Opportunities Thanks to Kevin Smith and Joy Robinson at the Digital Media Center at IIT. The SWAT website is now hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology, (IIT) A technical university located in the heart of Chicago ( If you would like to promote the SWAT program though donated services, financial support and/or banner advertising please contact Lucy Miller at SWAT History of Support It was through the natural talents of students and motivated teachers that the SWAT concept originated. A special thank you to the entire SWAT student population nationwide and worldwide who have participated in this program. A special thanks to the administrative school teams and teachers who saw the vision of the program and allowed it grow within your own communities. Thank you to all my friends and family who believed in my ideas and in me. On behalf of the SWAT program I wish to thank Technology and Learning Magazine and Microsoft for granting me the 1997 National Technology Teacher of the Year Award and for their generous contributions of Donated Computer hardware, software and continuing support through their publications. Thank you to Bill Gates for, personally, handing me this award at the 1997 National Educator's Computing Conference in Seattle Washington. This is an experience I will never forget.

10. Making The Case
Public Opinion in north carolina In 1998, a random sample of adults and Pennsylvaniawhich show the impact of school library media centers and media
The following information and sources, compiled by the State Library of North Carolina , will help North Carolina's public librarians, media specialists, teachers, and others who work with, and advocate for, children and young adults. Data About Youth
Libraries and Youth

The Power of Summer Reading
Data About Youth The KIDS COUNT Databook
National as well as state-by-state profiles, graphs showing state indicators over time, maps based on KIDS COUNT data, and state rankings. You can even download data that you can manipulate yourself. This publication and website are just part of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT Initiative Children in North Carolina
A snapshot of North Carolina statistics on issues of importance to children, including health care, child care, poverty, safety, and education from the Children's Defense Fund NC Children's Index
A wealth of data, county-by-county, available as PDF files. Health Indicators, Educational Indicators, Social Indicators, Economic Indicators a variety of ways to examine the well-being of children in North Carolina all made available by the NC Child Advocacy Institute National Center for Educational Statistics
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is reported state-by-state in a variety of subject areas as the Nation's Report Card . The profile for North Carolina , which contains the most recent data available, summarizes our participation and performance in all subject areas. The site also has a variety of reports on the state-level

11. EDUCAUSE 2000 -- Higher Education’s Premier Information Technology Conferen
New media centers. New Mexico State University. New school University. Norfolk StateUniversity. Nortel Networks. north carolina A T State University.

12. Librarianship, Educational Technology, & Distance Instruction, College Of Educat
provide career opportunities in school media centers, public/special The school ofEducation has unit accreditation approval by the north carolina Department of
Welcome Teacher Education Service Course (EDTC 4001) Graduate Program - MLS Graduate Program - MAEd / MS ... AECT 2002 Presentations Welcome to the Department of Librarianship, Educational Technology, and Distance Instruction in the College of Education at East Carolina University. The Department houses three master's degree programs, two doctoral concentrations, and three certificate programs. The programs provide career opportunities in school media centers, public/special/community college libraries, and instructional technology in education, government, and business. It also sponsors the each spring. The College of Education has unit accreditation from the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and program approval by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NC-DPI). The library science program has been accredited by the American Association of School Librarians (NCATE-AASL) . The University maintains regional accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Program Assessments
Conceptual Framework for Teacher Education

Evidence to support responses to Guidelines for licensure

Graduate Program Review - October 31-November 2, 2001

13. Managing InfoTech In School Library Media Centers
Guidebook for Developing an Effective Technology Plan; north carolina Public schools Chapter7 Implementing InfoTech in the school Library media Center.
Dr L. Anne Clyde
University of Iceland
Laurel A. Clyde
Published by
Libraries Unlimited
Englewood, Colorado, USA
This Web page has been developed to support a book of the same title:
Clyde, Laurel A. (1999). Managing InfoTech in School Library Media Centers. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited. ISBN 1-56308-724-3.
The page provides and updates links to Internet sources that are listed at the end of chapters two to eight of the book. To purchase the book, contact the publisher,
Libraries Unlimited
Chapter 2: InfoTech for School Library Media Center Administration
Chapter 3: InfoTech for Information Access

14. Career Opportunities In California School Library Media Centers
at educational technology and library media conferences. for the American Associationof school Librarians, and from the University of north carolina at Chapel
Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer, Coordinator
Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer is Coordinator of the Library Media Teacher Services Credential program. She is associate professor in the Educational Psychology, Administration and Counseling Department of the College of Education at California State University, Long Beach. She is the author of 14 books on library science instructional technology, has published extensively in professional journals, and is a frequent speaker at educational technology and library media conferences. Currently, she is Region VII Director for the American Association of School Librarians, and edits the CSLA journal. Dr. Farmer received her M.S.L.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Ed.D. in Adult Education from Temple University. Her research interests are information literacy, collaboration, and integrating technology into the curriculum. Her most recent book is Teaming with Opportunity, published by Libraries Unlimited. Her email address is
CSULB's Academic Page
Library Links Schedule of Classes Back to Library Credential Main Index ... Back to edpac Home Page

15. Communication
The resources of the school computer labs and media centers will be used by thecommunity during extended hours. The north carolina Information Highway
Communication and Collaboration
Communication Timeline Current Situation The Catawba County Schools has a statewide reputation for its media and technology planning and implementation processes. The LEA has wide community support based on the system's sound program marketing principles. Achievements of the Catawba County Schools Communication and Collaboration program include: All schools have yearly technology plans. All schools have Internet access school-wide. All schools have electronic resources available to students and faculty. Email is provided to all staff, approximately 1700 users. DocuShare is available to all staff, over 300 users plus "Guest" rights. Catawba County Schools is an NCWISE pilot site. Telephone systems are updated. Telephone systems are standard on new construction. Corporate broadcasts over the North Carolina Information Highway. Funding secured for NCIH since 1994: $1,160,000. Estimated value of NetDay Project: $700,000. Two teachers participated in a grant from the BellSouth foundation, spending six months developing curriculum for Cabling Technologies and Software Technologies courses, in conjunction with local businesses. Continuing Education classes offered through Catawba Valley Community College.

16. Essential Media Web Sites
north carolina Curriculum Matrix. CyanBall.gif (842 bytes) 2002 Book and Web siteAwards. CyanBall.gif (842 bytes) Best Practices in school Library media centers.
NC Wise Owl Essential Media Sites Teacher Zone The Student Zone Reference Zone Media/Technology Zone ... Dealing with Disaster: Resources

17. Teaching And Learning
Impact of school Library media centers on Academic Achievement. Castle Rock, COHi Willow Research and Publishing, 1993. north carolina Educational Technology
Teaching and Learning Word 97 .PDF l Teaching, Learning, Media, and Technology "Educational technology has demonstrated a significant positive effect on achievement." (SIIA 1999) "Research shows the highest achieving students come from schools with good school libraries." (Lance 1993) Media and technology programs should focus on student achievement and involve the entire staff in planning instructional programs that are enriched by high-quality resources and state-of-the-art technology. A learner-centered approach to instruction focuses attention on media and technology programs as vital instructional forces that expand, support, and complement classroom learning. The integration of media and technology programs with instruction is the joint responsibility of teachers, administrators, students, support staff, parents, and media and technology professionals working together to accomplish objectives that support desired outcomes for students. Media and technology programs should incorporate collaboration, information access, staff development, and public relations, all of which contribute to the success of teaching and learning. Contributing to Teaching and Learning Success Media and technology programs can contribute to the success of teaching and learning by incorporating the following:
  • Collaboration for instruction Information access Staff development Public relations
l Collaboration for Instruction

18. North Carolina -- The Center For Health And Health Care In Schools
north carolina schoolBased Health centers - Communications media outreach and publicrelations are important elements of a comprehensive strategy to implement
North Carolina
School-Based Health Centers - Communications
Media outreach and public relations are important elements of a comprehensive strategy to implement and support School-Based Health Centers. The following articles address methods for developing productive outreach campaigns and effective relationships with members of the media. News Clippings:
Are Costly School Clinics Right Approach to Care?
Greensboro News and Record, Greensboro, NC, 10/14/00
Health Care Rare in School Despite Success Stories, School Health Clinics Are Having Trouble Getting Funded.
Greensboro News and Record, Greensboro, NC, 10/10/00 School Clinics Offer Free Care - Health Centers Supplement the Curriculum at Rockingham High Schools. new
Greensboro News and Record, Rockingham, NC, 10/06/00
Health Center Forced to Close - Low Usage Is the Reason the Student Health Center at High Point Central High Is Closing. new
Greensboro News and Record, High Point, NC, 08/15/00

19. North Carolina Mathematics And Science Education Network Centers
and Events ·Resources · media · About CTE. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION NETWORKCENTERS. north carolina A T University; north carolina school of Science

CTE Home Events Teaching Portfolio ... CTE-New Hanover County Consumer Health Library Partnership

Richard D. Dixon

20. Internet Policies
carolina The Virtual Library Use Policy, Public Library of Charlotte MechklenburgCounty, north carolina Lake Oswego 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

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