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  1. Research of School Library Media Centers: Papers of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat, Park City, Utah, October 17-18, 1989
  2. A curriculum based media program describing media techniques developed at Oakdale School in Jordan School District (Eric reports) by Eileen R Dunyon, 1976

1. LSTA Grants For School Library Media Centers  What Is LSTA
loan transactions; and support for the utah Regional Library for academic, public,private/research libraries, school library media centers and library
LSTA Grants for School Library Media Centers
by Jane E. Smith,
Grants Coordinator, State Library Division. 801/715-6742 or
What is LSTA?
LSTA required each state to develop its own Five-Year Plan for allocating funding to libraries. A new LSTA Advisory Council worked to draft this plan, set priorities for unding statewide services to libraries and also established the guidelines, funding categories, match requirements, eligibility criteria, application process for a Competitive Grants Program.
Since 1997 Congress has appropriated funding to support the LSTA programs in all states. For the past two years Utah has received approximately 1.2 million dollars annually. Half of this money is expended on statewide services to libraries (statewide planning, evaluation, continuing education and other library development activities; database licensing to support PIONEER: Utah's Online Electronic Library; resource-sharing incentive grants to fund inter-library loan transactions; and support for the Utah Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped). The other $600,000 is used to fund the Competitive Grants Program.
Which Libraries are Eligible?

2. Information Skills Curriculum - School Library Media Centers K12
Information for school library media specialists in developing the information curriculum, K12 Resources for school librarians; from schoolLibraries.Org utah Curriculum Database. Search library media curriculum. other resources. school Library media Activities Monthly
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. University Of Utah
Claims to be the oldest institution of higher learning west of the Missouri River. Univ. in Salt Lake City offers 72 undergrad degree programs. Text Only media Contacts Email Us Disclaimer 201 South President's Circle Room 201 SLC UT 84112 801.581.7200 The Daily utah Chronicle. Graduate school and more centers/Programs/Services
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EVENTS CALENDAR CAMPUS DIRECTORY CAMPUS MAP ... Email Us 201 South President's Circle Room 201 SLC UT 84112 801.581.7200
Academic Advising
Academic Calendar Bookstore Continuing Education ... More News...

4. CEU - Distance Learning - Educational Centers
Educational centers. utah Education Network Contacts. Aneth BIA Communityschool, Aneth. Monument Valley. San Juan High school media Center, Blanding.
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Utah Education Network
Utah Electronic College

Other Utah Schools

Other Relates Sites
Support Services
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Library Services
Technical Support
About Ednet
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About the System

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Utah Education Network Contacts
Aneth BIA Community School, Aneth Carbon High School, Price CEU Distance Learning Price Campus, Price ... Whitehorse High School, Montezuma Creek
CEU can broadcast to any high school in the state. For more information contact Jim Huffaker

5. CEU - Distance Learning - San Juan High School
centers San Juan High media Center. San Juan High school media Center. Locationmap 311 North 100 East (High school) 200 North 28 West Blanding, utah 84511.
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Utah Electronic College

Other Utah Schools

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San Juan High School Media Center
Location map 311 North 100 East (High School) 200 North 28 West Blanding, Utah 84511 Karen Fleming, Site facilitator Technicians - TOC Virgle Ellis John Lyman, site coordinator Jim Harris, Principal FAX - District Office

6. AASL Presents 1998 Awards
Flexible scheduling implementation in elementary school library media centers wherefunding was Linda L. Wolcott utah State University Providence, utah
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    utah” (Ed.D. diss., Salt Lake City, University of utah, 1971), in EH Daniel, “TheOrganizational Position of school media centers An Analysis of the Role
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    Rich Junior High; Rich High school; Rich school District; Bridgerland ATC; FinanceCenter. K12 Enews. Other media centers University of utah; Brigham Young
    Attention Teachers: TIPS Training...April 22 at SRE Lab 3:15-6:15 also for information on USU Summer Workshops Click here Rich School District Media Center:
    Internet Resource Page Quick Links
    Groupwise SIS Web Professional Development
    Rich School District

    Christine Kearl - Superintendent
    P.O. Box 67

    25 S. 100 W.
    Randolph, Utah 84064
    Tel. 435-793-2135
    Fax. 435-793-2136 Rich High School
    Dale Lamborn
    West Church St.
    25 S. 100 W. Randolph, Utah 84064 Tel. 435-793-2365 Fax. 435-793-2375 Rich Middle School Kip Motta -Principal P.O. Box 129 54 E. 100 S. Laketown, Utah 84028 Tel. 435-946-3358 Fax. 435-946-3366 South Rich Elementary Christine Kearl - Principal P.O. Box 278

    9. Utah State Library Division: Legislation Update
    Sent to Governor for Signing (Changes Wording in utah Code 97-205 resources and professional,certified media specialists in school media centers In Committee.
    About the Division


    Library Directories

    10. Media Information
    higher academic achievers. The Impact of school Library media centers on Academic Pioneerutah's Online Library (Accessible from school computers
    Oak Canyon Junoir High School Library Information Center
    Your gateway to a world of information

    "Schools with better funded library media centers have better than average test scores regardless of whether
    the schools and communities are rich or poor, and whether the adults in the community are well or poorly
    educated." "Students who are in schools in which library media centers are active participants in the
    instructional process are higher academic achievers."
    The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement. HiWillow Research and Publishing, Castle Rock, Colorado, 1993. Information Highway On-Ramp (links to information sources on the Web.)
    • Periodical Sources
        Pioneer- Utah's Online Library (Accessible from school computers only.) This TERRIFIC site contains journal and magazine searches (including SIRS and IAC Infotrac Searchbank ), archives of the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune newspapers, as well as the State of Utah Archives. This site may be the only one you need for your research.
      Encyclopedias on the Web (Accessible from school computers only.)

    11. MAME: Library/Media Standards/Curriculum
    From the core curriculum for the state of utah. Massachusetts Department of EducationStandards for school Library media centers in the Commonwealth

    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
    From AASL/AECT.
    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.

    12. Archived: Davis County Indian Homework Centers Program (IHC)
    of Indian students in the Davis County (utah) school District. access to elementaryand secondary school libraries or media centers; Native American
    A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
    Educational Programs That Work - 1995
    Davis County Indian Homework Centers Program (IHC)
    Davis County Indian Homework Centers Program (IHC). A tutoring program to increase the achievement scores of Indian students in the Davis County (Utah) School District. Audience Indian students grades 1-12 who request or agree to be tutored. Description Evidence of Effectiveness The Stanford Achievement Tests (SAT) was the instrument used to measure student (grades 1-12) achievement gains. A pre- and post-test design was used. Supporting evidence was obtained through parent questionnaires. The treatment group sample included all of the Indian students who received at least 30 hours of tutoring over a 27 week period and who took both the pre- and post-tests. Results showed that students made significant gains in reading and mathematics. Gains were medium in magnitude at the elementary and junior high levels and large in magnitude at the high school level. The questionnaire showed that all parents had a positive attitude toward their children's involvement in the program and that they felt their children had gained in academic achievement. Requirements For 60 students: ten qualified part-time tutors and one part-time tutor supervisor trained in Native American Culture for the Tribes represented in the geographic area to be served; access to elementary and secondary school libraries or media centers; Native American Indian Culture Kits; and criterion tests.

    13. ULA -- School Library Section -- Current News utah Educators of date school library materials; technologicallyadvanced school library media centers; and professionally
    School Library Section
    Related Links
    American Assocation of School Librarians (a division of the American Library Association)

    Utah Educators of Library Media Association

    Improving Literacy Through School Libraries

    This new program is designed to improve the literacy skills and academic achievement of students by providing them with access to up-to-date school library materials; technologically advanced school library media centers; and professionally certified school library media specialists.
    The Improving Literacy Through School Libraries (LSL) program promotes comprehensive local strategies to improve student achievement by improving school library services and resources. The LSL program is one component of the Department's commitment to dramatically improve student achievement by focusing available resources, including those of school library media centers, to ensure that no child is left behind. School library media centers have an important role to contribute to the success of local improvement plans especially in the literacy area by increasing collaboration between instructional and school library media center staff, providing additional instructional materials and resources, and extending hours of operation during non-school hours.
    This program provides competitive one-year grants to districts in which 20 percent of the students are from families with incomes below the poverty line.

    14. Technology Programs
    Library; Diane Slater, utah State Library and Bonnie Mellor, Summit County Library.Target Audience medium and small public libraries and school media centers.
    This is a list of conference programs tailored for those interested in service to special populations. It does not list the meals or other activities. Please see the list of all conference programs for this information.
    Thursday 10:45 am - 12:00 pm
    Friday 8:30 am - 9:45 pm
    Thursday 2:45 pm -3:45 pm
    Friday 10:45 am - 12:00 pm
    Thursday 4:00 pm -5:15 pm
    Friday 1:45 pm-3:00 pm Thursday
    Catalog the Easy Way

    Evaluating Web Page

    BCR Network Update
    A Home of Your Own

    Cataloging Electronic Resources

    Online at the Library of Congress

    Who's Caught in Your Web
    ... Back to Conference Programs
    Catalog The Easy Way Room: 202 Catalog the easy way! Demonstration of available cataloging programs that let you pull Marc records off the Internet and copy them into your system. Fast, easy cataloging for libraries with limited staff and resources. Sponsors: PUB/SM/RURAL Speakers: Lyn Oryall, Santaquin City Library; Diane Slater, Utah State Library and Bonnie Mellor, Summit County Library Target Audience: medium and small public libraries and school media centers TOP
    Evaluating Web Pages Room: 101 This workshop will help develop skills important for evaluating the quality of information found on the Web. Speaker: Linda St. Clair, Multimedia Center, Acting Head, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah.

    15. LSTA Grants Handbook - Competitive Grants Program - Utah State Library Division
    in interlibrary loan resource sharing services to libraries in utah. school, a multidistrictconsortium, many school library media centers, or multi
    the Division
    Our Website
    The grant categories correlate to the Goals described in the LSTA Five-Year Plan , 2003-2007 located at . The grant categories below are not listed in
    order of priority
        Technology Infrastructure: ( LSTA Plan, Goal 1) Enable Utah's libraries to maintain an up to-date and robust technology infrastructure in order to assure that Utahns can access networked information efficiently and effectively through their libraries. Technology infrastructure refers to computer hardware and software that accesses the Internet; it may include Internet workstations, telecommunications upgrades, integrated system upgrades, and web-based catalogs. Newly certified public libraries may apply for basic computer technology which encompasses the acquisition, installation, and maintenance of library information technology necessary to provide automated circulation and/or bibliographic access; initial hardware, software, sufficient memory, storage, peripherals, public access terminals and/or workstations, and computer furniture. Networked Information: ( LSTA Plan, Goal 3)

    16. Student Technology In Rural Utah: Chpt 6.C - Where Students Use Technology
    about a range of settings, eg, media centers, computer labs for computerized spacesvaries from school to school. place that a student in rural utah would use
    Overview Table of Contents Executive Summary Chapters:

    B C D ... About the Author Contacts: SURWEB
    Dr. Lynn Bills
    Mark Aronica
    TIE Business Manager
    6: Discussion of the Data (continued)
    6.C: Where Students Use Technology
    Figure 34 Table 35: Where and How Often Students Use Computers Where do you use computers? Never Occasionally (less than once a month) Monthly Weekly Daily In my classroom in teams In my classroom by myself In the media center in teams In the media center by myself In a computer lab in teams In a computer lab by myself In the teacher's office in teams In the teacher's office by myself At home At a friend's or relative's house At the library At an Internet cafe Other All grade levels use computers frequently (weekly and daily) in the following places: at home, in the computer lab by myself, in the classroom by myself, in the media center by myself and at the home of a friend or relative. Some use the library. The use of computers at home and at a friend or relative's home is not significant to grade level. In other words, all students report that they frequently use computers at home or at a friend or relative's home regardless of grade level. Those who "never" use computers in the library increases with grade level (48.7% elementary; 35.9% middle school; 31.6% secondary). The use of computers in the classroom "by myself" increases with grade level. For complete frequency and mean data for each item in this section, see Appendix D. Table 36 shows the frequency of these responses for weekly and daily use of computers.

    17. USOE Library Media - News
    Library media Teachers. Summit County and Wasatch County SLMC's and Libraries PublicLibraries and school Library Information centers in Summit County, utah.
    -Upcoming Events Information
    -New Standards Document (PDF)

    -Certification Programs

    -Employment Opportunities

    -License Renewal Information
    -Northwest Accreditation
    District and School Libraries
    Alpine District's Media Center
    Web site for Alpine District Library Media Teacher.
    Elementary Media Resource - Weber District

    A one-stop information, instruction, and help page for media center procedures, policies, on-line helps and library sites to answer your questions. Granite Library Media Association
    Web site for Granite District Library Media Teachers. Park City High School Library Park City High School's Library Information Center. Rich County School District Media Center Internet resource page for Rich County School District library media teachers. San Juan District Media Center Web site for San Juan District Library Media Teachers. Go to the main page and click on the Media Center link. Salt Lake District Libraries Web site for Salt Lake District Library Media Teachers.

    18. Integrating Technology Into The Curriculum: A Bibliography
    to enhance learning kit Salt Lake City, utah Linton Professional Also considersthe role of school libraries and media centers in computer use.
    Search Our Site ManET K-S4 Instruct. Supp./Imp. IRU ... Bibliographies and Catalogues
    How to Access Library Resources
    Information about the Periodicals Collection
    BOOKS Casey, Jean Marie. Early literacy: the empowerment of technology. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Teacher Ideas Press, 1997. Educational media and technology yearbook, 2000. Branch, Robert Maribe, editor. Volume 25. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2000. Forcier, Richard C. 2 nd ed. The Computer as an educational tool: productivity and problem solving. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill, 1999. Gardner, Paul and Dorinda Mas. Managing technology in the middle school classroom. Huntington Beach, CA: Teacher Created Materials, 1996. Glavac, Marjan. The Busy educator's guide to the world wide web. London, ON.: NIMA Systems, 1998. Harris, Judi. Virtual architecture: designing and directing curriculum-based telecomputing. Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education. 1998. Heinrich, Robert ... [et al.].

    19. SUU - Institutional Research & Assessment
    courses has been distributed to all public schools in utah and Nevada nine were fromformer students now working in the school library media centers.

    Southern Utah University
    Library Media Program
    Report of Assessment Plans for 2000-2001
    In the space below, please indicate the department's success in implementing its assessment plan for 2000-2001. Please report the results by June 2, 2001. Should you have questions, please contact the Associate Provost's Office at 586-7706. NAME: Vik Brown DATE: May 29, 2001 E-MAIL: Assessment Criteria and Activities Entire Department
    Graduates will finish the program with an average GPA of 2.0 for LM courses. Was this assessment criterion implemented? [] yes [] no
    Was this assessment criterion achieved? [] yes [] no
    What were the results?
    All students who have completed the library media license in the last three years have at least a 2.0 GPA for the LM courses. How will the results be used to improve the curriculum and/or pedagogy of the program?

    20. Freehold Regional High School District Media Centers
    and Dictionary; Almanacs; Internet school Library media Center; InternetTerms Courtesy of the Davis County school District, utah, USA;
    Freehold Regional High School District
    Media Centers
    Media Center
    General Reference Resources Newspapers and Magazines Professional Resources for Educational Media Specialists Libraries ... News
    News, Newspapers, and Magazines

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