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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

61. UVSC School Of Continuing Education
images of women and their impacts, media and societal is funded by a grant throughthe utah Office of training, and resource center for 17 school districts in
Utah Valley State College Students Academics Events ... Director's Report Equity in Opportunity: Training and Resource Center (formerly known as the Gender Equity Center) Director: Jenny L. Chamberlain
Office: GT616a
Telephone: (801) 863-8498
fax: (801) 863-7260
The Equity in Opportunity: Training and Resource Center offers their nationally recognized workshops and training materials free of charge. The workshops cover a wide range of topics impacting issues in education and employment. The topics covered are included in the following modules:
  • FAIRNESS DOES NOT MEAN SAMENESS: provides an introduction to equity terminology and issues. Focuses on evaluating and shifting paradigms in order to recognize and address personal biases. BIAS AS A PATTERN HURTS: builds empathy while identifying unconscious biases that may unintentionally limit options, marginalize some students' experiences, and encourage stereotypes. CLASSROOM TEACHER/STUDENT INTERACTION: identifies interaction patterns with students and evaluates classroom practices. Identifies the most essential skills needed for the future workforce. EQUITY AND LANGUAGE: analyzes language and its impacts on individuals and attitudes. Encourages phraseology that is inclusive.

62. INFOFAIR 2000 - Presenters & Panelists
IML is now collaborating with the centers for Disease service departments match theirmedia needs to an and Gynecology, University of utah school of Medicine.
Joseph V. Henderson, M.D., Director, Interactive Media Laboratory, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire Joseph V. Henderson, M.D., has 15 years experience as a multimedia developer and medical educator. He founded and directed the Center for Interactive Media in Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD; there he developed ground-breaking multimedia applications that are still considered prime examples of exciting and effective uses of these technologies. For the past decade he has directed the Interactive Media Laboratory (IML) at Dartmouth Medical School, where he has been developing interactive multimedia programs for health professionals and patients. Dr. Henderson has also been assisting in the development of a global distance learning system for the U. S. Army by developing advanced applications and tools that will better to anticipate the arrival of ubiquitous, broadband networks. IML is now collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop a next-generation distance learning system for public health. Dr. Henderson received his medical degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1975. In addition, he has a M. Phil. from Yale University in Epidemiology in 1994. Dr. Henderson specializes in professional education in medicine and public health; technology-bases education/information systems for health care providers and patients; distance learning via current- and next-generation Internet; theoretical basis of technology-based learning; interactive multimedia design, scripting, and production; development of multimedia programs for use via CD-ROM, CD-ROM/Internet hybrid, or broadband Internet; Next-generation Internet. He indicates his areas of competence are Epidemiology and Public Health; statistical analysis; scientific visualization; decision support systems; diving medicine; cellular neurophysiology; physiology; computer programming.

63. University Of Utah And The Medical College Of Georgia Will Pariticipate In AAMC-
Contact Sara Bernstein, CSC media Relations, (248) 3723258 In addition to utah andMCG, the University of of Medicine, and Loyola Stritch school of Medicine.
Contact: Media Relations Officer Contact: Sara Bernstein, CSC Media Relations, (248) 372-3258
University of Utah and the Medical College of Georgia Will Participate in AAMC-CSC Management Program
Washington, D.C., November 9, 1999 Two additional medical schoolsthe University of Utah School of Medicine and the Medical College of Georgia (MCG)have entered into agreement with the Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC) to design and implement strategies to improve financial performance and productivity at their institutions as part of the AAMC-CSC Mission-Based Management Program (MBM). The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) developed the program in partnership with CSC to assist medical schools in the financial management of their resources through better understanding of medical school faculty productivity and the creation of more open dialogue among the institutional leadership. As part of the program, AAMC sponsors "expert panels" and "user-groups" to assist medical schools in their mission-based management efforts. Expert panels discuss and report on measures to assess faculty productivity and contributions to the education, research and care missions of each institution. User-group meetings allow participants an opportunity to share lessons learned, identify best management practices and discuss individual experiences and implementation processes. In addition to Utah and MCG, the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston is continuing its engagement to design an MBM system for the medical school and other health profession schools. Also, the University of Kentucky School of Medicine and MCP Hahnemann School of Medicine in Philadelphia are taking advantage of the CSC consulting services to address their particular needs. Specifically, MCP Hahnemann is designing a faculty compensation program based on mission-based management principles and Kentucky has engaged CSC to assist in the planning and organization of a faculty leadership retreat.

64. State Of Utah Governor Mike O. Leavitt
of Education supervises the state's public school system including charter schools,adult education programs, applied technology centers, utah schools for the

/ Governor names State School Board candidates Governor names State School Board candidates
August 27, 1998
Contacts: Natalie Gochnour, 538-1503
Bridget Fare, 538-1509
Governor Mike Leavitt has named two candidates in each of three districts who will run for the Utah State Board of Education. The names will go before Utah voters on the November 3 election ballot. Elections will also be held in four additional districts in which only one or two candidates filed to run. The candidates are as follows: District 1: Bette Oveson Arial , St. George and Tony Pellegrini, Cedar City District 9: Judy Larson , West Valley City and Allan C. Rushton , West Valley City District 10: LaVelle Prince , Taylorsville and Denis R. Morrill, Taylorsville The governor's nominees were selected from a list of names submitted by district Utah School Board Nominating Committees under the state's school board election laws. The committees were appointed by the governor and were made up of a local school board member, a parent, a school district employee or school administrator, a teacher and three community representatives. Each committee submitted three to five names from which the governor selected the two which will appear on the ballot.

65. SLU Names New Dean For School Of Public Health - News And Information | Saint Lo
at the University of utah school of Medicine Saint Louis University school of PublicHealth was seven nationally recognized research centers and laboratories

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News Release June 3, 2002 SLU Names New Dean for School of Public Health Internationally Known Scholar to Join School This Summer E. Andrew Balas ST. LOUIS Following a search that drew candidates from Europe and across the United States, Saint Louis University found its new dean of the School of Public Health just down Interstate 70 and right here in Missouri. E. Andrew Balas, M.D., Ph.D., currently the Weil Distinguished Professor of Health Policy at the University of Missouri-Columbia's School of Medicine, will join Saint Louis University this summer. Balas also is the Director of the Center for Health Care Quality, a health policy think tank at the University of Missouri. "Dr. Balas has had a distinguished career in the field of public health," said University Provost Sandra Johnson. "His extensive experience in medicine and in public health both in Europe and the United States brings outstanding leadership to the School of Public Health and Saint Louis University." Dr. Balas earned a Ph.D. in health informatics at the University of Utah School of Medicine and a medical degree from Semmelweis University School of Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. He has been a member of several expert panels of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences and currently serves as the Director of the Missouri European Union Center, a multidisciplinary initiative to promote transatlantic collaboration.

66. Utah Eudcation Network
16 telecourses offered by the University of utah and utah Valley State school mediacenters, district libraries and colleagues are other sources for videotapes
Utah Education Network
Steering Committee
Information/Action Item
April 17, 1998
KULC Report - Tab 25
Discussion of the Issues:
ULC Research Projects: 1997-98
KULC, in cooperation with Salt Lake Community College, Utah Valley State College, and the University of Utah, conducted two studies this past year to determine reasons why telecourse students are having difficulties, if any, with their distance learning program. Specifically:
Case Study #1: Study of Factors Causing Students to Withdraw from KULC Telecourses.
The purpose of this study was to determine why telecourse students those who completed three or more weeks of a telecourse chose to withdraw prior to the final date for withdrawing from classes. Students were drawn from the rosters of 20 telecourses offered by the three participating institutions during Fall term 1997. Total enrollments from the three schools for that term equaled 991; 133 students were identified as individuals who had dropped the classes thus becoming part of the group to be interviewed. The primary reasons for withdrawing were lack of time (e.g., not enough time, personal and/or family conflicts, work conflicts), perceived quality or value of the course (e.g., class wasn’t what I expected, course work was too difficult, poor instructor, syllabus problems), performance (e.g., not doing well/getting poor grades, course work was too difficult), and cost (e.g., can’t afford to stay enrolled).
Case Study #2: Study of Attitudes of Telecourse Students Who Withdrew Without Authorization, Received an Incomplete, or Failed.

67. Service Providers Assist Schools In Region VII
Location Logan, utah. to help states, local educational agencies, teachers, schoollibrary and through 12th grade classrooms, library media centers and other
Service providers assist schools in Region VII
Six service providers serve educators and students in Region VII Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. These service providers offer information and technical assistance, often free of charge, on issues ranging from equity to technology to special education.
Desegregation Assistance Centers
Desegregation Assistance Centers provide technical assistance, information and staff development to school districts dealing with a variety of educational equity issues, especially race, gender and national origin issues. DACs help districts develop and implement plans to end physical segregation of students between and within schools; develop and implement comprehensive plans to assure equal educational opportunity for students of color and students with limited English proficiency; and to identify and correct practices that discriminate between boys and girls of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. DAC services include identification of resources, conducting needs assessment, short- and long-term training, data analysis for program implementation, policy review and modification, evaluation of programs and processes and long-term planning. Midwest Equity Assistance Center Service region: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska

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69. Afterschool Alliance
utah school Age Care Alliance http// utah Children http// 21st Century Community Learning centers http//www.usoe.k12

70. Untitled Document
an MFA in painting from the University of utah. Technology (image makers), the EastmanSchool of Music been exhibited nationally in museums and media centers.

71. South Dakota State Library:  Research
South Dakota, Education, Library media LIBM 205 2 Libraries, public, school, academicand special utah's online library USD Libraries MACINTOSH Computer Tips
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72. R277. Education, Administration.
R277425 . Budgeting, Accounting, and Auditing for utah school Districts. R277-467. Modernizing school Library media Center Collections. R277-469 .
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. Adjudicative Proceedings.
. USOE Government Records and Management Act.
. USOE ADA Complaint Procedure.
. Recognizing Constitutional Freedoms in the Schools.
. Professional Practices Advisory Commission Appointment Process. . Educational Services Outside of Educator's Regular Employment. . Prohibiting Discrimination in the Public Schools. . USOE Internal Audit Procedure. . School Emergency Response Plans. . Child Abuse-Neglect Reporting by Education Personnel. . Incentives for Excellence in Public Schools. . Productivity Project Studies: Classified Employee Program. . School Fees. . Expenditures for Instructional Supplies Required in Utah Public Schools. . Accreditation of Schools.

73. LION: Organizations Of Interest To School Librarians
Section. Texas Association of school Librarians. utah Educational Librarymedia Association. Vermont Educational media Association. Virginia
Librarians Information Online Network
Organizations of Interest to School Librarians
American Association of School Librarians
AASL sponsors the following Internet sites:
  • AASL Home Page
  • ICONnect This site is designed to support school library media specialists as they assume leadership positions in the use of the Internet in the school community. Includes online courses, student and family activities, and online tours to prepare school librarians for leadership roles.

American Library Association
Founded in 1876, the ALA is the oldest and largest library association in the world. Its 57,000 members represent all types of libraries public, school, academic, state and special.
Assembly on Literature for Adolescents (ALAN)
ALAN is a special-interest group of the National Council of Teachers of English. Its members include teachers, authors, librarians, publishers, and others with an interest in young adult literature. The organization publishes The ALAN Review , a journal emphasizing new books, research, and methods of teaching adolescent literature. The full text of the journal is available online.
Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)
The mission of AECT is "to provide leadership in educational communications and technology by linking professionals holding a common interest in the use of educational technology and its application to the learning process." One of the 11 divisions of this large organization is the

74. National Teacher Day Is May 6
account how the bill would impact local school districts. Students in rural utah willnever only “accountability,” according to the bill, centers around a
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April 11, 2003
National Teacher Day is May 6
May 6, 2003 will be National Teacher Day , a time for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives. National Teacher Day is always the Tuesday of the first full week of May, so the actual date varies from year to year. That whole week this year May 4-10 is designated Teacher Appreciation Week by the National PTA . It's a time to strengthen support and respect for teachers and the teaching profession. The history of Teacher Day goes back to 1944.
The origins of National Teacher Day are a bit murky, but it's known that an Arkansas teacher, Mrs. Mattye Whyte Woodridge, began corresponding with political and education leaders as early as 1944 about the need for a national day honoring teachers. One of the leaders she wrote to was Eleanor Roosevelt, who persuaded the 81st Congress to proclaim a National Teacher Day in 1953.

75. Association Of Academic Health Centers : Press Releases: March 2003
Health Sciences Dean, University of utah school of Medicine University of TexasHoustonMedical school Roger J Association of Academic Health centers Donna L
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March 31, 2003
GWU Prez: Uninsured Americans Are Issue for Higher Ed Calls on University Leaders to Engage in Health Policy Discussion
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27 George Washington University President Stephen J. Trachtenberg asked leaders of the higher education community to “lend their voices” to resolving the problem of the nation’s uninsured Americans. In an address to the Washington Higher Education Secretariat, Trachtenberg said, “Access to health care is not a question solely for health care professionals and politicians. It is also our business.” Trachtenberg highlighted the need “to bring the higher education community to the health policy discussion in a non-partisan way.” He said there is a way to participate, pointing to his involvement in Academics for Access to Health Care, a coalition of university presidents and academic health center CEOs spearheading the access initiative of the Association of Academic Health Centers that seeks to make the uninsured a national priority. Trachtenberg highlighted the numbers of uninsured Americans in his address to the Washington Higher Education Secretariat, saying, “It is intolerable that some 41 million of our fellow citizens and neighbors do not have health insurance.”

76. School Libraries
Highly recommended. The Chico HS Library One of the outstanding school librariesand media centers. An original and outstanding school library page.
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The Virtual Library
Visit this library in Sweden for information on European schools, children's books, "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare," Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Sweden's WWW, and art resources. Features Swedish translation and Swedish sites.
Internet School Library Media Center
The resources in this site are too numerous to list here, but include a full range of resources for librarianship, organizations for teachers, listerservs, online books and magazines, departments of education links. This site is invaluable to anyone in any aspect of education or research. Highly recommended.
The Chico H.S. Library
One of the "outstanding school libraries and media centers." An original and outstanding school library page. Easy to click index includes resources for educators and students, Library of Congress history link, and special links for safe schools, online curriculum, and web use. Click on an encyclopedia, subject of your choice, or find out how school libraries impact student achievement.
Web Sonar
A demonstration site that includes several databases from which to search and showcases a few school libraries. The school district's resources can all be accessed via the web. Find information on Shakespeare, reference, classical literature, and educational videos, to name a few. Search parameters are all listed to make your job easier.

77. Utah Highway Safety Office - 2001 Annual Report
In addition, print media was the primary method educates children and parents aboututah's school bus laws. Information will be provided on utah's traffic laws
Benchmark Statement
To provide the public with educational programs and information regarding current traffic safety issues. Objectives
To distribute educational materials through four mass mailings. To develop an informational pamphlet regarding the Utah Highway Safety Office (UHSO) functions. To outreach ten businesses statewide using the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) and other programs. To utilize the media in publicizing programs and events. To develop new educational materials. To expand the office's Internet pages. To utilize the Child Advocacy Training (CAT) mobile at twelve community events. To assist with the development of at least one new local traffic safety program. To outreach twenty organizations that serve minority groups, with appropriate traffic safety materials. To produce an information brochure on Utah's traffic safety laws and public safety issues for distribution to those traveling to Utah for the Olympics. Accomplishments
The UHSO serves as the State's lead agency in the distribution of educational materials, equipment, and traffic safety funding. Office staff maintained working relationships with the Utah Department of Health, 12 local health departments, Utah Highway Patrol, Utah Safety Council, along with many local law enforcement agencies, schools, hospitals and nonprofit and public agencies.

78. Progressive School Library Media AwardInnovative Ideas Deserve Progressive Schoo
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79. Resources Materials Development Center Ramah NavajoSchool Board, Inc. utah History Encyclopedia The first complete history of
Resources Curriculum Development Centers Links Resources We hope the following resources are of use to you. If you have suggestions for or additions to this page, please let us know! Navajo Curriculum Development Centers: San Juan School District Media Center
Curriculum Division
28 West 200 North
Blanding, UT 84511
Phone: 435-678-1229
Fax: 435-678-1283
Web page: Chinle Curriculum Center
Chinle Unified School District No. 24
PO Box 587
Chinle, AZ 86503 Phone: 520-674-9760 Fax: 520-674-9759 Native American Materials Development Center Ramah Navajo School Board, Inc. PO Box 10 Pine Hill, NM 87357 Phone: 505-775-3608 Fax: 505-775-3240 Navajo Nation Office of Dine Culture, Language and Community Services Division of Dine Education PO Box 670 Window Rock, AZ 86515 Phone: 520-871-7660 Links: Digital Librarian "A librarian's choice of the best of the Web" - a HUGE collection of excellent links, including Native American resources.

80. BYU Home Page
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