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         Vermont School Media Centers:     more detail
  1. Planning school library media center facilities for New Hampshire and Vermont by Susan C Snider, 1989
  2. Waterbury, Connecticut: Waterbury, Vermont, Connecticut, Waterbury Public Schools, Hartford, Connecticut, New Haven County, Connecticut, Timexpo Museum, Brass Mill Center, Republican-American, WTXX

1. Frog Hollow: Vermont State Craft Center
Nonprofit visualarts organization sponsors educational programs and hosts exhibits of local artists. Explains classes and includes a schedule. juried vermont artisans. media, including fiber, glass, metal, painting, photography and wood. Programs for home school groups, local schools, private schools, college groups, children's centers,
Welcome to Frog Hollow! Our nationally known galleries in Middlebury, Burlington and Manchester feature the work of over 250 juried Vermont artisans. Frog Hollow galleries exhibit a unique collection of fine traditional and contemporary Vermont craft. Each gallery hosts special exhibitions year round.
Our Craft Schools in Burlington, Manchester and Middlebury offer art and craft classes for students of all ages and abilities. Frog Hollow began in 1971 as an after-school clay program for local young people. Since then, Frog Hollow has expanded by offering courses to students of all ages in different media, including fiber, glass, metal, painting, photography and wood. Programs for home school groups, local schools, private schools, college groups, children's centers, parent/child centers, alternative education programs and counseling services have also been developed to meet the needs of our Vermont communities.
Our Online Gallery features a sampling of the Vermont artisans that can be found at our galleries. You can order works directly from the web site using our easy and secure online ordering system. The current

2. School Libraries Menu Page
Assessments; From Improving America's schools vermont's Assessment System Check onAppropriate Staffing for school Library media centers Library media
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
[Back to Top]
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. Vermont Department Of Libraries
Foundation profile and information about resources and reference material available.Category Regional North America United States vermont Government...... vermont Public Libraries' Web Pages. vermont school Libraries/media centers'Web Pages. vermont State Archives. vermont State College Libraries' Web Pages.
Welcome to the Vermont Automated Libraries System
at the Vermont Department of Libraries
Vermont Information
Governor Jim Douglas Proclaims April 6-12, 2003 as National Library Week in Vermont
Vermont Public Library Foundation/Freeman Foundation Information ... [2000 Census Data for Vermont]
Vermont Government and Library Information
About the Vermont Automated Libraries System (VALS) and the Department of Libraries (DOL)
Bar Examinations - Essay Questions and Model Answers
Burlington Free Press and Rutland Herald Indexes (via Middlebury College)
Census 2000
General Assembly Information (via Legislative Home Page)
Grants Collection (a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection)
Legal Decisions (VT Judiciary, Boards, etc.)
Librarians' Resources (publications, directories, etc.)
Online Library Catalogs in Vermont (may require Telnet)
Secretary of State's Databases (Campaign, Corporations, Elections, Lobbyists and U.C.C. Databases, etc.)
Ski Conditions in Vermont (seasonal)
State Bid System
State Emblems, Facts and Figures (Bird, Flower, etc.)
State Public Meetings Schedule
Statistics (via UVM's Center for Rural Studies)
VT Congressional Delegation
VT Newspaper Project
VT Weather
Vermont WWW Servers
State of Vermont Portal Page - Gateway to Home Pages of other State Agencies and Departments
Internet Service Providers in Vermont
Other VALS Libraries on the WorldWideWeb
Starr Library - Middlebury College
Durick Library - St. Michael's College

4. U-46 Libraries And Learning Centers: State-wide School Library Associations
U46 Libraries and Learning centers. State-wide school Library Associations Texas Association of school Librarians. vermont Educational media Association. Washington Library media
U-46 Libraries and Learning Centers State-wide School Library Associations
Who did I miss? Send me the URL of your group , if it's not listed above. Thanks! U-46 Libraries and Learning Centers
Library-oriented Links

Help with: Cataloging and Circulation Ordering Reference

5. NCEF Resource List Libraries/Media Centers
of Education, Concord.; vermont State Dept. Kirk C. school Planning and Management;v39 n2 , p4849 ; Feb 2000 Explains how school media centers and libraries

6. Web Pages Of Vermont School Libraries/Media Centers
Web Pages of vermont school Libraries/media centers. Spaulding High schoolLibrary Barre. Winhall Elementary school Library - Bondville.
Web Pages of Vermont School Libraries/Media Centers
Spaulding High School Library - Barre
Winhall Elementary School Library - Bondville
Bridgewater Village School Library/Media Center - Bridgewater
Mt. Abraham Union High School Library - Bristol
Edmunds Elementary School Library/Media Center - Burlington
C.P. Smith Elementary School Library/Media Center - Burlington
Cabot School Library - Cabot
Charlotte Central School Library - Charlotte
Colchester High School Library - Colchester
Colchester Middle School Library - Colchester
Malletts Bay School Library - Colchester
Porter's Point Elementary School Library - Colchester
Lawton Intermediate School Library - Essex Junction
Georgia Elementary/Middle School Learning Center - Georgia
Mt. Mansfield Union High School Library - Jericho
Burr and Burton Academy Library - Manchester
Mary Hogan School Media Center - Middlebury
Middlebury Union High School Learning Center - Middlebury
North Country Union High School Library - Newport
Northfield Elementary School Library - Northfield
Twinfield Union School Library/Media Center - Plainfield
Proctor Jr./Sr. High School Library/Media Center

7. School Library Standards And Evaluation
school Library media Evaluation State of vermont. The Impact of school Librarymedia centers on Academic Achievement - The first Colorado study
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

8. BookZone MarketPlace Search
vermont People; Renegade Sisters; People of the Great Succeed in school; Dolphin;Moments Rightly Placed; Opening and MediumSized Libraries and media centers 2000;

9. VEMA President's Message
the vermont Library Association, the annual vermont Library Conference informationliteracy, evaluation of school library media centers, job descriptions
President's Message Fall 2002 Welcome to our VEMA web page! The Vermont Educational Media Association is an organization of supporters of Vermont’s school libraries. We are school library media specialists, library assistants, retired librarians, educational television specialists, instructional technology specialists and other friends of school libraries. I encourage you to join our organization. There is no better way to become professionally involved with others in our profession. Each geographical region of the state holds local VEMA meetings where you can meet with others interested in school libraries. We also sponsor an annual fall VEMA conference and co-sponsor, with the Vermont Library Association, the annual Vermont Library Conference. Membership in VEMA enables you to receive the VEMA Newsletter and includes your e-mail address in our new VEMA list serve. Through both, we can remind each other of upcoming meetings and conferences, debate issues, share good ideas, recommend new products, great books, etc. This will be a great way to lend or seek advice. VEMA members are here to support each other. We have guidelines to support policy development, information literacy, evaluation of school library media centers, job descriptions, and integration of standards. We are looking at best practices, support for our new VT Online Library, and new legislation that effects us all. VEMA is an active organization that keeps us learning and growing.

10. LM_NET
dear vermont, 05/01/94, Sue E. Soave 813455-3600. Enough already! Science ReferenceTools for High school media centers, 05/03/94, Global schoolNet Fdn (FrEdMail).
: Library Media Networking
LM_NET is a discussion group open to school library media specialists worldwide, and to people involved with the school library media field. Last updated: Fri, 20 Nov 1998 20:01:10
784 messages in chronological order
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LM_NET Index AskERIC Mailing List Archives Page 1 of 8 [Prev Page] First Page Last Page Next Page Public Libraries and the Schools blegen Physical Therapy Grants Sheila Online services in library media centers Sue Anderson Advice on Editing Diane Oestreich Re: MAY 2, 1994 Linda Ramsey Joann Tillberg typo correction on Re: ejournals and more on Wade E. Grimes Re: Internet Summer Workshops Ginny Marr , Tabor Academy 508-748-2000 x263 Betty Dawn Hamilton Re: Unfair CDROM Pricing Sheryl Lee Re: Music CDs in the library Diane Durbin Re: Unfair CDROM Pricing Jeanne Scally dear Vermont Sue E. Soave 813-455-3600 Enough already! Martha Ann Fry Help is on the way: TARGET/HIT Rita Kaikow (Oceanside High School) Joann Tillberg Re: Multi-age LMC's Gail K. Dickinson High School Essay Contests Mary K Stoiber Re: networking internet articles Re: Digital cameras/netwk ?

11. Evaluation Of School Library Media Programs
bibliographies, and other materials related to school library media centers andtheir Communications and Technology (AECT) 1025 vermont Avenue, Suite
Evaluation of School Library Media Programs
An AskERIC InfoGuide Date compiled: November 1997 Compiled by: Virginia T. Morgan INDEX 1) Introduction A. Subject of the InfoGuide B. Educational Level (elementary: K-6; secondary: 7-12; elementary secondary: K-12; or higher education) 2) ERIC Resources A. Introduction to the ERIC System and the Eric Database B. Relevant ERIC Clearinghouse C. ERIC Digests D. ERIC Citations (other than Digests) E. How to Access Eric Documents and Journal Articles 3) General Resources A. Bibliographies B. Dictionaries/Encyclopedias C. Guidebooks/Handbooks D. Databases/Indexes (print, CD-ROM, online) E. Other 4) In-Depth Information A. Research Reports, print or electronic B. Journal Articles, print or electronic C. Monographs (books) D. Government Information E. Statistical Information F. Biographical Information G. Geographical Information H. Other 5) Interpersonal Communication A. Listservs/Newsgroups B. Professional Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations C. Government Agencies D. Directories E. Other 1. INTRODUCTION

12. School Reference & Program Information: Indicator Definitions
Source vermont Department of Education Home Study student/computer ratio The schoolenrollment divided computer labs, classrooms and library/media centers.
1) General School Information: The school name, grades serving, address, phone number, fax number, internet (URL) address, principal, superintendent, supervisory union, length of school year and length of school day. Source: Vermont Department of Education
2) Total School Enrollment: The total number of students enrolled in the school on October 1 of a given year. Source: Vermont Department of Education Annual Fall Data Collection Considerations: This data includes Early Essential Education, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten students (half and full day) where applicable as well as all graded and ungraded students. It does not reflect whether students were in attendance or absent on that day. Enrollment is only a "snapshot" of the population at a given point in time. There are other measures of student population that are used in different calculations.
3) Attendance Rate (%): The average percentage of days that students attended school. Source: School Register.

13. Links To Collection Development And Selection Policies
school Library media centers Criteria for Selection Baltimore Development Policyfrom Wilmington school District, vermont; Collection Development
Links to Collection Development and Selection Policies Many libraries place their collection development and selection policies online. If you're looking for examples, start with Google . Do a search for Library Collection Development Policy . Or, be more specific and add audio, video, music . You could also try school library media center
Collection Development and Selection Policies School Library Media Centers

14. School Choice Links: Advocacy Groups, Policy Centers And Think Tanks
Boston College's extensive list of resources. Be sure to click on their homepage too.Category Society Issues Education school Choice...... State Legislative Agenda and media Resource Pages. references school choice, educationalvouchers, school reform Ethan Allen Institute vermontbased free-market
Home Search BC Home Contact Us ... Mailing List Issues: School Choice
School Choice Constitutional Cases
Advocacy Groups, Policy Centers, and Think Tanks State Legislative Agenda and Media Resource Pages School Choice and Pluralism School Choice and Equality School Choice and Policy Advocacy
School choice has become such a contentious topic that not only have traditional advocacy groups devoted significant resources to the question, some organizations have been formed simply to advocate policy reform on this issue. Additionally, a number of academic centers and programs have focused their research on topics pertaining to school choice. Below are links to the home pages of over 40 policy organizations plus a brief description of and links to their on-line school choice resource pages. For state-by-state organizations that address school choice, click here A B-C D-F ... School Choice and American Constitutional Law A 4Choice: School Choice Without Vouchers
Florida-based advocacy site which promotes concrete legislative proposals to introduce market forces into education reform without using school vouchers. Site includes links to a

15. Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted
vermont. INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTERS. (2001), Classrooms, 10.3. Computer labs, 16.9.Libraries/media centers, 71.1. Statewide. 91. National school Lunch Program, Eligible,95.

16. TC98: Access Sources And Notes
from one or more classrooms, computerlabs, library/media centers the person mostfamiliar with the school's technology ranging from 58 percent in vermont to 32
Return to the first of four tables on access to technology.
Students per instructional multimedia computer: Market Data Retrieval, unpublished tabulations from MDR's 1998 Public School Technology Survey. A multimedia computer has a sound card and a CD-ROM drive, components that enable it to make use of cutting-edge educational software. This figure includes only multimedia computers that are available for student instruction. Students per CD-ROM drive: Ibid. This figure includes CD-ROM drives located in computers, multi-drive towers, servers, and other places. % schools with a satellite dish: Ibid. % schools with cable service: Ibid. Students per instructional computer located in classrooms, computer labs, library/media centers: Ibid. This figure includes computers of any kind that are available for student instruction. % classrooms with at least one instructional computer: Ibid. % 8th grade students who use a graphing calculator for math schoolwork: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, "1996 National and State Summary Data Tables," NCES 98-525, June 1998. This figure represents the percent of students who responded "yes" when shown a drawing of a graphing calculator and asked if they use a graphing calculator for their mathematics schoolwork. The data are from the 1996 National Assessment of Educational Progress in Mathematics.

17. Visual Learning Company - Brandon Vermont
school Library Journal May 2000. The Plant World Series. . . . National Associationof media and Technology centers / National media Market October 2001.
National Science Teachers Association - Science Scope
April 2000 Motion, Energy, and Forces Series ". . . As a teacher, I like the detailed script that comes with each video, the alignment of the content with the Standards, the student learning objectives, and the pre-tests and post-tests. The dynamic combination of technology, integration, and high interest offered in this science series will be a hit in any middle school science classroom." School Library Journal
July 2000 Electricity and Magnetism Series "Have you ever observed a master teacher explain a difficult scientific principle so well that you wish you could copy their technique? This series comes close to duplicating that experience. An innate sense of logical organization permeates the four videos. . . ." Infotech (Public Schools of North Carolina) Motion Video "...excellent job of relating the physical concepts of motion to popular sporting activities in a format that should easily attract and keep students' attention."
July/August 2002 Light, Sound and Waves Series

18. Library Resources
Doug Johnson's Homepage for Library media centers and schools. IASL Linksto school Library Resources. vermont State Standards for Educators.
librarian ONLINE LIBRARIES School Libraries on the Web: A Directory School Libraries Online Internet Public Library The Library Spot: links to online libraries and a host of educational resources ... Springfield Township Virtual Library ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND PERIODICALS, RESEARCH TOOLS Encarta Britannica Online School Library Journal Online ... Almanacs and Fact Books Links ONLINE RESOURCES FOR THE LIBRARY Librarians' Index to the Internet: Lots of Links and Resources Internet School Library Media Center: hundreds of links and resources for librarians and teachers Doug Johnson's Homepage for Library Media Centers and Schools Links Storytelling Resources on the Internet ... TITLEWAVE (entry codes: library/liz) Online Education and Technology pPeriodicals K-12 Canadian Culture Web SEARCH ENGINES AltaVista Google Metacrawler Ask Jeeves! MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION Weeding Guidelines for Libraries ALA VEMA NEEMA ... Read Act CURRICULUM/INFORMATION LITERACY History Firsthand: Primary Resource in Elementary School Welcome to Big6 Public Domain Website Westminster Schools Website ... BACK TO LIBRARY HOMEPAGE

19. 99techrpt
1999 vermont school Technology Report. Are vermont schools making progress on installingLocal in computer labs, instructional rooms or library/media centers?
1999 Vermont School Technology Report Do Vermont schools have access to the Internet? Schools with Internet access, have a connection by: Vermont schools with direct Internet access of at least 56kb? The bandwidth capacity of schools with Direct Links is Percent of rooms in Vermont schools with Internet access. Computer Labs Instructional Rooms Library/Media Center Admin. Offices Other Locations Do schools current use Internet filtering/ monitoring software on their computers? (e.g., CyberPatrol, NetNanny, Surf Watch, etc.) Do schools have Local Area Networks (LANs)? Are Vermont schools making progress on installing Local Area Networks? How have student-to-computer ratios changed over time? Do students have the opportunity to access computers in computer labs, instructional rooms or library/media centers? # of Students per All Computers # of Students per "New Generation" Computers* *New Generation Computers are defined for this report as at least a Pentium (586 or equivalent) or at least Apple G3 model computer. Are Vermont teachers required to demonstrate technology skills for employment or continued employment with their schools?

20. Libpol.html
vermont Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Code and the school Guidelines for Use of Departmentof Library Resources. (These documents are on file in the media centers.).

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