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  1. Status report on school libraries/media centers in Ohio, 1974 by Susan Carole Masirovits, 1974
  2. Automation in Ohio school media programs: A state of the art report with particular reference to Ohio College Library Center cataloging services by Paula Nespeca Deal, 1976
  3. Automation in Ohio school media programs: A state of the art report with particular reference to Ohio College Library Center cataloguing services by Paula Nespeca Deal,
  4. The media center in the elementary school by Mirjam A Saukkonen, 1969
  5. The accessibility and effective use of media in the curriculum, by Jacinta Stein, 1973
  6. What should a BEH support system be like--and how should it interface with the schools? (Instructional technology and the education of all handicapped children) by Roy Aserlind, 1977

1. School Libraries In Ohio
s; ohio Receives...... Library/media centers. State Pages Relating to school Libraries. State LibraryLSTA Five Year Plan 19982002; school Library Job
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

2. Ohio School Library Job Descriptions - Library Media Specialist
Qualifications Masters Degree; Valid ohio library media specialists certificate. Cooperateswith other school library media centers.
Library Media Specialist
Orchard Middle School
Kingsville, OH
Title: Library Media Specialist Qualifications
  • Masters Degree
  • Valid Ohio library Media specialists certificate Reports to:
  • Building principal
  • Assistant to the Superintendent Responsibilities: Administrative
  • Develops policies to implement the school library media program.
  • Interprets library media center policies in regulations of access and use.
  • Prepares the budget.
  • Administers the budget.
  • Plans and evaluates the school library media program.
  • Organizes public relations activities.
  • Develops functional library media center arrangements.
  • Cooperates with other school library media centers.
  • Cooperates with local libraries and library systems.
  • Participates in recruiting, training and supervising support staff. Educational
  • Provides students and faculty with media services and resources.
  • Provides reference services to students and faculty.
  • Directs reader's services through individual counseling, book talks, etc.
  • Creates an atmosphere conducive to learning.
  • Builds a collection of print and nonprint materials appropriate to the educational program and student needs.
  • 3. Standards For School Library Media Centers In The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts
    Worthington, ohio Linworth Publishing, Inc., 1994. Klasing, Jane P.Designing and Renovating school Library media centers.
    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. State Departments Of Library Services
    Standards for school Library media centers in Massachusetts; for ohio Online catalogfor ohio school Libraries. Oklahoma Library media - State Department of
    State Pages Relating to School Library/Media Services
    School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Australia Canada United Kingdom Germany ... United States

    5. NEOIMC  Ohio Area Media Centers
    ohio Area media centers Other ohio medianet Sites ohio Area media centers Special Education Resource Center C school Districts E Educational Service centers
    Ohio Area Media Centers
    Other Ohio Medianet Sites
    Ohio Area Media Centers
    Special Education Resource Center
    C School Districts
    E Educational Service Centers
    Ohio Area Media Centers, a partner in Ohio's library network, ensure the timely delivery, quality, format, and equity of information for learners and educators by embracing appropriate, emerging technologies used in the school, home, and community and usetechnology to enhance curriculum and instruction of information literacy by providing greater access for Ohio's learners and educators
    Click for a list of all Ohio Medianet Sites

    Contact Information
    for Area Media Centers

    6. OPLIN: OH! Teach / INFOhio > School Library Media Centers > Ohio Sample Course O

    7. 2002 Ohio Reading Program Promoting To Schools
    If personal visits are impossible, investigate the possibility of making a videotapeto introduce the theme to classrooms and/or school media centers.
    Teachers want their students to return in the fall with their reading skills intact or improved. They are your natural allies as you work on attracting children to reading programs at the public library. Enlist their natural support with promotion in as many ways as possible.
    School Visits
    One of the best ways to promote library programs and good school/public library relations is to arrange to visit all, or as many as you can, of the elementary/middle schools in your area. If you are targeting young adults, consider sending information to be put on daily announcements. Once you've scheduled your programs and have promotional materials in hand, contact the school district's administrative office and the administrative offices of all public, parochial and private schools. Ask permission to promote the library program in each elementary school in the library's service area. Then schedule individual visits during the last few weeks of classes through principals, teachers, or school librarians. Try making a visual impact by wearing something related to the theme. Give students information about the program to take home and make sure posters will be prominently displayed at the school. Glean ideas from promotional book talks from

    8. Please Update Your Links And Bookmarks
    Warren County media Center Online Catalog Warren County Online media Catalog (Web Version) Find multimedia curriculum materials quick and easy! just point and click! media centers that are using medianet online. web based media catalog booking system. Teachers in Southwest ohio whose school
    The Warren County Educational Service Center
    web site is now located at: Please update your links and bookmarks.

    9. Statistics And Input-Output Measures For School Library Media Centers
    Statistics and InputOutput Measures for school Library media centers in Colorado - Fall 2000 Gunnison Watershed RE1J. 800 W ohio. Gunnison. Gunnison

    10. AASL Presents 1998 Awards
    goal of this project is to have a positive influence on the laws and administrativeregulations of the State of ohio which impact school library media centers.

    11. ALA Washington Office
    from the 199394 school library media centers study shows a to provide a well-equippedschool library if we technology and laboratories. In ohio, the Columbus

    12. T.H.E. Journal
    ohio Area media centers. ohio Arts Council. ohio Department of Youth Services. ohioEducational Library media Assn. ohio Learning Systems. ohio Middle school Assoc
    A Ace Computers AIMS Multimedia Alexandria / COMPanion Corporation Alpha Smart, Inc. ... AVerMedia Technologies
    B Bar Code Discount Warehouse, Inc. Basic Computer Learning BCG Systems, Inc. Blackboard, Inc. ... Broadwing Technology Solutions
    C Canter Associates CCI Learning Solutions CCV Software CDWG ... Cousins Video
    D DataServ and Minds Dedicated Technologies, Inc. Dell Computer Corporation Demco Media Co. ... DynaCal
    E Easy Graphics Corporation EBSCO Information Services EDmin Educational Resources ... Excelsior Software
    F Facts on File News Services Faronics Technologies FileMaker, Inc. First Virtual Communications ... Full Service Networking
    G Gale Gateway General Binding Corporation Glencoe/McGraw-Hill ... Great Products
    H Hewlett-Packard, Corporation Highsmith Technology Consulting LLC Holcombs Education Resource HOSTS Learning
    I I.ndependent M.arketing C.ompany IBM Corporation Identiphoto Company, Ltd. IdentiSys, Inc. ... ITSCO
    J Jackson Software JASON Foundation fo Education

    13. North Olmsted MEDIA CENTERS
    NOHS media Center Elementary/Intermediate media centers NOHS NO City schools. Birch,Maple. Forest, Look it up in your school media center catalog! ohio Resources.
    NOHS Media Center Elementary/Intermediate Media Centers NOHS NO City Schools ... Forest Look it up in your school media center catalog! Best Books Ever! Find it! Biography Encyclopedias Almanacs Dictionaries Maps and Atlases Magazines/Newspapers Ohio Resources Search Engines Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Home Best Books Ever! Biography Dictionaries ... Search Engines Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Career/College Info Department Links Help with the Web Encyclopedias/Reference ... Research/Citation Tips

    14. MLS Career Links
    Public Library Certification Guidelines Links to all states. Michigan (StateLibrary). Washington-Centerville Public Library (ohio). school media centers.
    Search You are here: Site Map Contact Us Home SLIS HOME ... CONTACT US
    MLS Career Links
    Links to Key Human Resources and Information Pages:
    Academic Library

    Public Library

    School Media Centers

    See also MIS Career Links for:
    Corporate/Information Science Companies and other resources

    MLS Career Paths
    MLS Dynamic Careers
    MLS Alumni Profiles

    Academic Library The Association of Research Libraries
    Contains ARL related career resources. EDUCAUSE An organization for professionals associated with managing and using information resources in higher education. Post-Master's Residencies Explore these links for paid residency positions. These are great "first job" opportunities following graduation. They usually last one or two years, and most are offered by academic or research libraries. The Chronicle of Higher Education's Job List The Chronicle of Higher Education Career Network Library Science positions can be found by selecting faculty positions - then professional/vocational fields - then library sciences. Check the other categories, too.

    15. INFOhio Calendar 2002-2003
    18, ohio Association of Instructional media centers (OAIMC), location to be determined.26, Steering Committee, ORCLISH, Columbus. April, 2003 school Library media

    Calendar Components Document Library ... Partners
    INFOhio Calendar 2002-2003
    Deadline for transmittal of applications for Improving Literacy through School Libraries grants MORE INFO August Ohio Support Staff Institute closing session, Technology Futures, Libraries, and You, Ohio Dominican College, Columbus, 9-11:30 a.m. (Free and open to the public) September 2002: Library Card Sign-Up Month International Literacy Day International Reading Association Web site Governing Advisory Board, OhioLINK, Columbus Ohio Association of Instructional Media Centers (OAIMC), Franklin County ESC, Columbus Technical Roundtable, State Library of Ohio, Columbus Banned Books Week, Let Freedom Read: Read a Banned Book Steering Committee, State Library of Ohio, Columbus October Teen Read Week, Get Graphic @ your library International School Library Day, School Libraries: Different Landscape Same View GOTEC/OELMA Annual Conference , Greater Columbus Convention Center November Family Literacy Day National Center for Family Literacy Web site 16th annual Buckeye Book Fair, Fisher Auditorium, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Wooster, 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

    16. Journals For School Libraries Librarianship; A Bibliography
    reviews reference materials for school library media centers. Table of Contentsis indexed in CARL's Uncover Periodical Index. Bulletin ohio Association of

    17. U.S. Department Of Education Funded Service Providers For Ohio
    Web site http// assist states, local educational agencies,school library and K-12 classrooms, library media centers, adult literacy

    18. SIRS Press Release - INFOHIO Makes SIRS Discoverer® Deluxe Available To Ohio Sc
    October 1999, the number of fulltext articles retrieved by ohio students and Inaddition to school use in classrooms, library/media centers, offices, and
    Publisher's Forum Conventions What's New Media Releases ... Media Contact
    Boca Raton, FL, September 18, 2000 "Since INFOhio first made SIRS Discoverer Deluxe available to Ohio schools in October 1999, the number of full-text articles retrieved by Ohio students and teachers has jumped five-fold, from around 200,000 to more than one million per year," said Theresa M. Fredericka, Executive Director of INFOhio. "This speaks both of the need for current information that SIRS provides, as well as the increased sophistication of students and teachers to make use of current information technologies." Statistics compiled by INFOhio staff show that most of this increased use is attributable to SIRS Discoverer Deluxe. In addition to school use in classrooms, library/media centers, offices, and computer labs, INFOhio has licensed SIRS Discoverer Deluxe for home use by students and teachers. A user name and password, available from school librarians and technology coordinators, enable any student or teacher with home Internet access to continue using the reference database after school hours. "INFOhio is redefining the school library," Fredericka stressed. "It is no longer limited to a room within the school. The school library is now wherever a patron can access the Internet."

    19. School Libraries
    grants to weed their collections, most media centers in the staffed by fulltime,certified media specialists many as 30 percent of ohio school districts spend
    Tuesday, May 30, 2000
    Page A10 Some School Libraries Stuck In Cold War

    by Tom Brazaitis; Plain Dealer Bureau Many school libraries have been left behind in the information rush at the start of the 21st century, their shelves stocked with tattered, outdated volumes, their collections cataloged on cards rather than computers, their operations in the hands of a gym teacher or volunteer rather than a trained librarian. As a result, practically every school librarian has heard an anecdote or can tell one from personal experience about finding a book on the shelves predicting, decades after the fact, that some day a man may walk on the moon. Or of a book on computer science describing a long-extinct computer "so big it fills a room the size of a basketball court." Or a book that talks about Premier Nikita Khrushchev as if he were still in charge of the Soviet Union - as if there still was a Soviet Union. Federal support for school libraries has plummeted since 1981, when money previously earmarked for books and other materials was lumped into a block grant that could be used for other school needs.

    20. Carolyn Brodie Ph.D - Vitae
    school Library media centers. In The Emerging school Library media Center Historical Brodie,Carolyn S. ohio In Exploring the United States through
    Link to Complete Resume
    Dr. Carolyn S. Brodie
    Associate Professor
    School of Library and Information Science
    Kent State University
    P.O. Box 5190
    Kent, OH 44242
    330/672-2782 (voice)
    330/672-0012 (direct line)
    330/672-7965 (fax)
    Professional Experience
    • Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, Kent State University, August 1989 to the present (tenured and promoted fall 1995).
    • Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, Texas Woman's University, Fall 1988-Summer 1989.
    • Elementary School Library Media Specialist, Hillside Academy for Excellence, Garland, TX, August 1987-June 1989.
    • Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Library and Information Science, Texas Woman's University, Summer 1986
    • Doctoral Assistant, School of Library and Information Science, Texas Woman's University, Spring 1985/Summer 1986.
    • Elementary School Library Media Specialist, Earl Luna Elementary School, Garland, TX, August 1985-June 1987.

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