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Institute of Museum and Library Services, 2011
Digital inclusion is the ability of individuals and groups to access and use information and communication technologies. Not all members of a community benefit equally, and some communities have been left out altogether. This paper is a guide for fostering digital inclusion throughout the United States so that everyone can take advantage of…
Descriptors: Community Benefits, Internet, Bibliographies, Access to Computers
Diamant-Cohen, Betsy, Ed. – ALA Editions, 2010
Co-author of the popular titles "Booktalking Bonanza" and "The Early Literacy Kit", Betsy Diamant-Cohen brings together 18 examples of successful outreach partnerships that children's librarians and administrators can adapt to their own situations. Contributors from the U.S and Canada explain how they partnered with schools,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Reading Readiness, Reading Programs, Outreach Programs
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (NJ1), 2009
These Guidelines constitute the third edition of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) "Multicultural Communities: "Guidelines for Library Services." This revision follows the IFLA Section of Library Services to Multicultural Populations' "2006-2010 Strategic Plans": to review and revise the…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Library Services, Libraries, Cultural Differences
Careless, James – Technology & Learning, 2007
Digital projectors are becoming a common sight in U.S. schools. A projector can serve many roles, from letting teachers give tours of educational Web sites to having students present their projects to the entire class. With this trend come questions: Which projection technology is the most cost-effective? Which requires the least maintenance? How…
Descriptors: Projection Equipment, Selection, Internet, Educational Technology
US Environmental Protection Agency, 2006
This user-friendly guidance manual is organized by the "target audience" or "end user." First, the manual introduces a "Typical School," which is a school organized in such a way that it represents how many schools in the real world are organized. This Typical School is subdivided into "Organizational Units"…
Descriptors: Maintenance, Elementary Secondary Education, Internet, Resource Materials
Sawbridge, Stephen J. – 2001
This document is intended to help practitioners and researchers in the United Kingdom find and use Internet-based research resources dealing with raising achievement. The introduction discusses the state of research into school effectiveness in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Part A, which reviews available World Wide Web sites devoted to…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academic Persistence, Adoption (Ideas), Basic Skills