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Legal precedents and conclusions are detailed in the large annotations and conclusion sections. Also Available Dispute Settlement Decisions: Newly updated, this edition now also shows you how to incorporate safety management system components into your safety performance program and provides you with additional techniques for analyzing safety performance data.
This title presents data on personal income, employment, and gross domestic product for the United States as a whole, and by region, state, and metropolitan statistical area MSA. Data on personal income and employment extends back to for the states and regions and to for the MSAs.
The Church and the Market is a vigorous and lively defense of the market economy and a withering attack on all forms of state intervention. It covers labor unions, monopoly, money and banking, business cycles, interest, usury, and much more.
From Austerity to Growth or Grexit By Nicos Christodoulakis Athens University The book explores in depth both the origins of the Greek debt crisis and the conditions under which the economy might be turned around from its current malaise.
It brings together nine key reports that fall under this category. Topics covered include capital punishment, rape and sexual assault among college-age women, correctional populations, crime in the United States, hate crimes, probation, parole, and law enforcement officers killed and assaulted. Tables in this volume provide a comprehensive account of each of these subjects.
The guide works as a book to browse, a source to check upcoming events both at home and when traveling, and as a reminder that something is happening somewhere, every day.
The chapters discuss behaviors and ideologies that are observable and tangible in radicalized individuals or those on the path to violent radicalization. Founded in on a reputation for accuracy and comprehensiveness, this annual publication has become the must-have reference used by experts and professionals for more than fifty years. The Handbook of Warning Intelligence was written during the cold war and was classified for forty years. If you bought the title back then are thinking that edition will suffice for a while longer, you might want to reconsider.
The majority of the data is annual. In this intricately detailed source, legal and law enforcement professionals, researchers, and those who are just curious will find violent and property crime statistics for the nation as a whole—and for regions, states, counties, cities, towns, and even college and university campuses.
Bernan Press proudly presents the ninth edition of Employment, Hours, and Earnings: States and Areas, These data are presented for states and metropolitan statistical areas.
Gaquin and Mary Meghan Ryan This trusted reference compiles information from many sources to provide all the key demographic and economic data for every state, county, metropolitan area, congressional district, and for all cities in the United States with a population of 25, or more. Overview of Social Security Programs, provides information about Social Security programs and services, and identifies rights and obligations under the Social Security laws.
The Science of Population teaches students how to use the multitude of demographic resources available to them as consumers of data. Families in America presents a wide selection of information from the American Community Survey that helps us describe American living arrangements, relationships, marriages, births, children, and incomes.
This publication provides a wide range of characteristics profiling the demographic, social, and economic status of the millennial generation. Millennials in America is an invaluable source for helping people understand what the census data tells us about who we are, what we do, and where we live. This bulletin presents announcements of official rulings and procedures, treasury decisions, executive orders, tax conventions, legislation, and court decisions.
It also contains other items of general interest intended to promote a uniform application of the tax laws. State Profiles provides a wealth of current, authoritative, and comprehensive data on key demographic and economic indicators for each US state and the District of Columbia.
Foss and William Waters Destination Dissertation is a handbook that helps students successfully complete their dissertations. It uses a metaphor of travel to frame the dissertation process as an exciting trip of twenty-nine steps that can be completed in less than nine months. Designed for use by students in all disciplines and for both quantitative and qualitative dissertations, the book shows concrete and efficient processes for completing those parts of the dissertation where students tend to get stuck: The result has been an impressive list of titles designed to assist, develop, and improve teacher practice for K music classroom educators.
The Music Educator e-Collection takes teacher professional development to the next level through a carefully selected compilation of eBooks that: Foss is professor of communication at the University of Colorado at Denver. Keenan, SJ Stories about ethical issues at universities make headlines every day. From sexual violence to racial conflict, from the treatment of adjuncts to cheating, students, professors, and administrators face countless ethical trials.
And yet, very few resources exist to assist universities in developing an ethical culture. University Ethics addresses this challenge. Each chapter studies a facet of university life—including athletics, gender, faculty accountability, and more—highlights the ethical hotspots, explains why they occur, and proposes best practices.
Bundled for Savings List Price for all titles: Nolen, and Heather A. Olvey both, University of Arkansas, Little Rock. This book breaks down the sometimes overwhelming and difficult task of creating a successful grant winning proposal into a series of clear and definable steps that lead to grant success. The implementation of these pro-active grant steps results in government, foundation and corporate grants success. No matter the location, schools are guided by standards, including Common Core State Standards.
The challenges to CCSS abound, and teachers who are currently seeking avenues to reach their students no matter what content they teach will find the strategies and suggestions useful. The text advocates using young adult literature to accomplish content area literacy and is intended as a primer for those who are building curriculum.
Whether you are with a non-profit organization, a school district, or an institution of higher education, this step-by-step process will demystify the grants process and help you become a confident and knowledgeable grantseeker. Bauer has served as a national trainer for non-profits, a foundation director, and a research director.
Marines and Navy , aimed at helping veterans move from military life to college life. Those who enter college after a stint in the military are often older than their fellow students, and they may have a different perspective on what they would like to accomplish while in school.
In addition, there are specific programs and benefits available to former servicemen and women, including the GI Bill. The eleven chapters offer practical advice and examples as well as thoughtful guidance.
Public and academic libraries serving veterans and military populations will want to add this useful title to the collection. Grant-Overton University of Cincinnati. This authoritative handbook examines the community, district, and teacher leadership roles that affect urban schools. It will serve as a foundation for pedagogical and educational leadership practices that foster social justice, equity, and advocacy for those who have been traditionally and historically underserved in education.
Its twenty-nine chapters offer both American and international perspectives. Anyone can enhance their musical knowledge, skills, and creativity with the multitude of music apps available. However, sifting through thousands of music apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play can be a daunting task for any musician or music instructor.
Having spent countless hours researching the most interesting useful, educational, fun, and easy-to-use music apps, Axford surveys the landscape of musicrelated apps for both iOS and Android mobile devices.
Updated data both historical and current includes schoolenrollment figures; unemployment rates by educational attainment level; and various analyses by county, state, and region, including per-student expenditures and free-lunch eligibility statistics.
Edited by James E. Henricks Elon University , and David Kuschner University of Cincinnati The Handbook of the Study of Play brings together in two volumes thinkers whose diverse interests at the leading edge of scholarship and practice define the current field.
The incisive contributions to The Handbook take on vital questions of educational policy, of literacy, of fitness, of the role of play in brain development, of spontaneity and pleasure, of well-being and happiness, of fairness, and of the fuller realization of the self.
This text not only introduces readers to various types of digital tools and resources, but also provides practical approaches for using digital tools in instruction to help students read and write multimodal digital texts. Each chapter contains key elements that prompt brainstorming about digital tools, connections to the Common Core State Standards in Language Arts, and resources for teachers to plan instruction that incorporates digital tools.
This book prepares both pre-service and in-service secondary middle and high school teachers to teach science effectively to the rapidly growing population of language minority students who speak a native or home language other than English. Accelerating and Extending the Literacy of Diverse Students keeps alive the conviction that the growing diverse student body can become successful learners.
Each chapter provides sound strategies that can be used to transform teaching of diverse students, using technology, visual literacy, picture books, bibliotherapy, and explorations of where words come from, leading to a deeper appreciation and use of words as students read and write. Costa and Robert J. Rest of world No rights: Zepeda University of Georgia Supervision: New Perspectives for Theory and Practice draws attention to supervision as a function that is often misunderstood, under-appreciated, and frequently controversial.
This text includes some of the top scholars in the field in the USA to offer their insights to important topics and issues in supervision.
Pugalee University of North Carolina, Charlotte Success in mathematics and science requires students to process and comprehend various forms of text. This work presents important background information on the reading and process and classroom tested strategies which include implementation information and ideas for modifying the strategy to diverse needs.
The book is divided into two major sections: This organization links structural efforts to encourage voluntary integration with discursive efforts to broaden our social understanding of race in ways that advance the project of American democracy.
Most entries provide an in-depth treatment of their subject matters and are written so as to be accessible to the general reader. The content of the book integrates new and emerging research and policy insights that inform effective teaching of English learners ELs across the disciplines.
The chapters in this book will in ways to give teachers the tools they need to improve the quality of instruction in classrooms with ELs in grades K both in the United States and around the world. Sternberg, Elizabeth Davis, April C. Vitter, and Michele Wheatly As ironic as it may seem, very few academic leaders have had any formal training in academic administration, or in any kind of administration at all. This book is written both for academic administrators at all levels as well as for those who aspire to academic administration.
This book is the third collection of research about and stories of women leading education on every continent in the world. It offers food for the intellect and rage for the belly that impels forward the moral imperative of women leading education internationally.
A Prison Called School addresses the complex issues that place many students at a disadvantage as they try to survive yet another hurdle in life—school.
Teaching to Their Passion for Less Frustration By Linda Marie Gilliam This is an easy to follow, humorous book with practical, researched strategies for ensuring boys success in school, home, and in their future pursuits. This book is built upon the 7 Es of Excellent Education with step-by-step exciting lessons for both struggling and bright boys. Girls love them too! Notes and Questions from a Life in Education is a journey inside American education and a story of selfdiscovery.
In an age dominated by social science, Why Teach? Young and Peter Bittel. School superintendents, business managers, central office leaders, elected officials, industry leaders, educators, and aspiring practitioners in the field of education will find this book a useful resource in understanding innovative ways to stretch limited school resources or to improve the scope and quality of services and programs offered to deserving students. Supporting the Common Core guides teachers as they provide literacy instruction in every subject area.
The components of the reading process are analyzed and provide the reader with an understanding of foundational reading skills as well as the shifts in literacy instruction. Smith University of Wisconsin, Madison. Understanding Authority in Higher Education clarifies issues of authority in an academic setting.
Throughout, it introduces basic concepts of higher-education administration and then examines the limits of authority in context. This is a comprehensive book on technology for classroom and online learning for educators. Everything you need to know about using educational technology such as computer networking, peripherals, security, troubleshooting and maintenance, and teaching and learning with technology are covered. Benefits and Features of book: Claypool and John M. Provides a blend of academic, theory and practical perspectives on how to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot technology devices.
Howard Viterbo University Helping students think more critically, communicate ideas more effectively, and work more cooperatively with others are goals widely recognized as indispensable to a proper education. Adventures in Reasoning provides middle school, high school, and even post-secondary teachers with a method to cultivate these crucial skill sets in a way that is engaging, academically rigorous, and also fun.
Teaching and learning cannot happen without questions. Inquiry is the offspring of curiosity and creativity. Questions are incredibly powerful tools that open the world up. In the age of Google, the way we teach needs to change and students need to be reconnected with their early childhood curiosity.
The Power of Questioning will help you to make students partners in their own learning. Foreword by Richard H. Lindemann Introduction by Melissa Dow Cullina In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in a field dominated by her male counterparts, Kate Furbish made a name for herself traveling the length and breadth of Maine, collecting, classifying, and illustrating the native flora of the state. She discovered two previously unknown plants, which were named for her, and devoted sixty years of her life to this endeavor, producing hundreds of illustrations, most of which are now housed at the Bowdoin College Library.
Indeed, there are many Chinas, as this comprehensive survey of contemporary China vividly illustrates. This large format, two-volume set is a treat for the eyes and an almanac of the rich variety of plant life to be found in Maine.
Now in a thoroughly revised and updated third edition that offers the only all-embracing geography of the reform era, this book traces the changes occurring in this powerful and ancient nation across both time and space. He provides the first book-length comprehensive examination of the little-known Equal Access to Justice Act EAJA and its role in environmental litigation. Baier introduces readers to the history of EAJA, examines the many beneficiaries of the law, describes in depth twenty of the most prominent litigious environmental groups in America, and recommends carefully tailored amendments to the EAJA to correct environmental abuses of the law while protecting legitimate interests.
Foreword by Jonathan B. The documents include laws that established and shaped the system; policy statements on park management; Park Service self-evaluations; and outside studies by a range of scientists, conservation organizations, private groups, and businesses.
A new appendix includes summaries of pivotal court cases that have further interpreted the Park Service mission. Dilsaver is professor emeritus of geography at the University of South Alabama.
Bevvino Prescribing Health includes important contributions from leading experts on Transcendental Meditation and health, and provides the reader with the most important, cutting edge health research on the effects of Transcendental Meditation TM on serious mental health problems and medical disorders.
This primer is intended to lay out the basics for a nontechnical audience to give policymakers the information they need to make informed and accurate decisions about the future of US TB control efforts. On Race and Medicine is a collection of enlightening personal essays written by an interdisciplinary group of scholars, physicians, and medical school deans.
They invite readers to evaluate disparities differently when considering race in American healthcare. Creese With Thomas M. Sullivan Adelphi University and Nancy Y.
Liu College of Staten Island The Historical Dictionary of Science and Technology in Modern China provides the most up-to-date information on science and technology in China from the late nineteenth century to the present.
Historical Dictionary of International Intelligence: Historical Dictionary of the Central African Republic: Historical Dictionary of Pakistan: Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence: Historical Dictionary of Sri Lanka: Historical Dictionary of Socialism: Historical Dictionary of Estonia: Historical Dictionary of British Radio: Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution: Historical Dictionary of Algeria: Historical Dictionary of the Chinese Cultural Revolution: Historical Dictionary of Georgia: Historical Dictionary of Sweden: Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Korea: Historical Dictionary of Paraguay: Historical Dictionary of Brussels: Historical Dictionary of Iceland: Historical Dictionary of the ArabIsraeli Conflict: About the Series The Historical Dictionaries present essential information on a broad range of subjects, including American and world history, art, business, cities, countries, cultures, customs, film, global conflicts, international relations, literature, music, philosophy, religion, sports, and theater.
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The Last Hurrah is also the story of what happened after the shooting stopped. In this book, Madden provides a multitude of reflections on the Civil War and Reconstruction, from nonfiction to fiction. This book is framed by educational psychoanalytic theory and positions museum workers, public historians, and museum visitors as learners. Through this lens, museum workers and public historians can develop compelling and ethical representations of historical individuals, communities, and populations who have suffered.
In this invaluable reader, Michael Les Benedict draws together the important documents that have shaped and been shaped by the American Constitution from medieval times through the present day.
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Lemov Car Safety Wars is a gripping history of the hundredyear struggle to improve the safety of American automobiles and save lives on the highways. Written with impressive erudition, balance, and wit, it will be agreeable reading for warriors, warriors in training, or anyone interested in their welfare.
French is associate professor of philosophy at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where she teaches courses in the ethics curriculum for the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law. A Global History By Jeremy Black This ground-breaking study offers a compelling and original interpretation of the rise of military aviation. Considering both the theory and praxis of air power, the author begins with hot air balloons, and then highlights the use of zeppelins, piston engine fighters, jet bombers, and finally the socalled Military Revolution of today.
Drawing on the voices of atomic bomb survivors and the new science of forensic archaeology, Charles Pellegrino describes the events and the aftermath of two days in August when nuclear devices, detonated over Japan, changed life on Earth forever.
Jeremy Black is professor of history at the University of Exeter. This unique reference presents fifty-nine biographies of people who were key to the sea services being reasonably prepared to fight the Japanese Empire when the Second World War broke out, and whose advanced work proved crucial. The Realignment of India—China Relations, — By Tansen Sen Baruch College, CUNY Foreword by Prasenjit Duara Tansen Sen offers a new perspective on SinoIndian relations during the Tang dynasty — , arguing that the period is notable not only for religious and diplomatic exchanges but also for the process through which China emerged as a center of Buddhist learning, practice, and pilgrimage.
China eBook Collection Now available for the first time: Eric Fish, a millennial himself, profiles youth from around the China and how they are navigating the education system, the workplace, divisive social issues, and a resurgence in activism.
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Eminent scholar John W. Dardess shows in fascinating detail how Emperor Jiajing and his grand secretaries managed affairs of state and how personal ambition and policy differences combined to animate imperial political life.
Beginning with the end of the Mongol domination of China in , this five-century period was remarkable for its continuity and stability until its downfall in the Revolution of Seth explores the origins and development of Korean society, politics, and still little-known cultural heritage from their inception to the two Korean states of today.
As the climax of traditional Chinese history and the harbinger of modern China in the twentieth century, Porter argues that imperial China must be explored for its own sake as well as for the essential foundation it provides in understanding contemporary China, and indeed world history writ large. The culmination of D. As the author vividly shows, when China declined into a two-century cycle of poverty, powerlessness, and humiliation, the attitudes of Catholic missionaries became less accommodating than their famous Jesuit predecessors.
This engaging and insightful history of Qing political, social, and cultural life traces the complex interaction between the Inner Asian traditions of the Manchus, who conquered China in , and indigenous Chinese cultural traditions. Morse Reminiscent of Japanese woodblocks, the ink illustrations commissioned for the Folk Legends from Tono, mirror the imagery that Japanese villagers envisioned as they listened to a storyteller recite the tales.
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Born in Hiroshima in , Nakazawa was six years old when on August 6, , the United States dropped the atomic bomb. His gritty and stunning account of the horrific aftermath is powerfully told through the eyes of a child who lost most of his family and neighbors. His trademark optimism and activism shine through in this inspirational work.
Spanning decades of research, this compelling social history tells the stories of ordinary people in modern Japan. Bergen situates the Holocaust in its historical, political, social, cultural, and military contexts.
Including firsthand accounts from perpetrators, victims, and eyewitnesses, her book is immediate, human, and eminently readable Series: With its unique combination of primary sources and historical narrative, Jewish Responses to Persecution: Covering the final year of Nazi destruction and the immediate postwar years, it traces the increasingly urgent Jewish struggle for survival.
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Edited by Walter R. This one-volume reference is an essential companion for students studying ancient civilizations, as well as a perfect resource for those planning to visit the Maya area. In this A-to-Z encyclopedia, Gary Urton and Adriana von Hagen, together with over thirty contributors, provide a broad introduction to the fascinating civilization of the Incas, including their settlements, culture, society, celebrations, and achievements.
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Mason Butler University Highlighting the key events, ideas, and individuals that have shaped modern Europe, this fresh and lively book provides a concise history of the continent from the Enlightenment to the present. Drawing on the enduring theme of revolution, Mason explores the political, economic, and scientific causes and consequences of revolution.
Each book is broken down into individual chapters on each country, dealing with its geography, people, history, political system, constitution, parliament, decentralization and states if a federation, parties, political leaders, and elections.
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Critical Government Documents on Law and Order reviews of many law and order issues facing us today. The book does not offer any new science not attempt to take sides. It presents arguments for and against the issues covered so that you can come to your own conclusions. This clear and compelling text confronts the dominant thinking on human rights, taking issue with the notion adopted by all states and even many academics that human rights obligations extend no further than their own territorial borders.
Mark Gibney critiques cases from the US Supreme Court, the International Court of Justice, and the European Court of Human Rights, arguing for a much broader reading of state responsibility on the basis that current law misses most of the ways in which states fail to protect human rights standards.
Areas covered include the threat from domestic and international terrorism and the growth of extremist militias, the increase in school place and workplace violence, relationships between police and the public and how people can protect themselves from being victims of crime. Don Philpott has been writing, reporting, and broadcasting on international events for several decades.
The author, an experienced environmental attorney, addresses recent environmental rulings, case law developments, and such key topics as the Growth Management Act, the State Environmental Policy Act, coastal zone management, shoreline regulation, critical area regulation, oil spill regulation, underground storage tanks, air and water quality, and natural resources damages. Understanding the Department of the Interior reviews many of the major issues handled by the Department of the Interior and impacting the US today.
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The Rules of the Game: Now in its third edition, this popular handbook has been your go-to guide to the fundamentals of occupational safety and health law for over a decade. This new edition provides an authoritative and up-to-date reference that you count on for its reliable information and straightforward explanation. In it, the authors provide interpretations of many facets of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, review regulations and standards governing employee protection, and offer advice for dealing with regulatory authorities.
The original aim of a separate juvenile justice system was to treat young offenders as the children they were, considering their unique child status and amenability for reform. Now, after years punishing young offenders as if they were adults, slowly the justice system is making changes that would allow the original vision for juvenile justice to finally materialize.
Using case examples throughout, Nellis offers a compelling history and shows how we might continue on the road to reform. Using tribal court opinions and tribal codes, it reveals how tribal governments use a combination of oral and written law to dispense justice and strengthen their nations and people.
Garrow and Sarah Deer discuss the histories, structures, and practices of tribal justice systems, comparisons of traditional tribal justice with American law and jurisdictions, elements of criminal law and procedure, and alternative sentencing and traditional sanctions.
Garrow is visiting assistant professor at Syracuse University College of Law. Sweeping in scope, rich in details, this volume offers the first comprehensive chronological review of gray wolf reintroduction and recovery in the northern Rocky Mountains.
Retaining the overall outline of the previous edition, this text presents the essence of library cataloging and classification in terms of three basic functions: Within this framework, all chapters have been rewritten to incorporate the changes that have occurred during the interval between the third and fourth editions. The series features titles that cover the A-Z of how to leverage the latest and most cutting-edge technologies and trends to deliver new library services. This collection of primers guides libraries along the path to innovation through step-by-step instruction.
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They divide emerging technologies into six different categories: This useful guidebook is packed with details and all of the research to save librarians time. Michael Sauers has been training librarians in technology for the past twenty years. Trained library support staff is critical in assisting the user in locating and interpreting the resources available in libraries.
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Foundations of Library Services is both a text for professors who teach in library support staff programs and an introductory reference manual for support staff who work in libraries. In the last decade library collections have rapidly evolved from a predominance of print books and journals to an ever growing mix of digital and print resources. Library patrons are predominately served by support staff that is expected to know how to help patrons select and use digital resources.
Yet most library support staff LSS has not had training to become proficient in finding, using, and instructing others in the abundance of the digital resources of websites, databases, e-texts, digital libraries and their related technologies. This book will guide the LSS through these practices. Although general Internet tools are discussed, the author emphasizes library-based resources, such as online catalogs, propriety databases, and licensed products. Each chapter includes a number of questions designed for novice searchers to develop their own skills, as well as suggestions for further reading.
Appraisal and Acquisition explores how archivists and special collections librarians in organizations of different sizes and types have approached the challenges of collection, as well as exploring opportunities to acquire new kinds of materials and conduct thoughtful reappraisal.
The chapters also provide students and educators in archives, library, and public history graduate programs a resource for understanding the varieties of issues related to appraisal and acquisition and how they can be addressed. Kate Theimer is the author of the popular blog ArchivesNext and a frequent writer, speaker, and commentator on issues related to the future of archives. Here is the first-ever comprehensive guide to archival concepts, principles, and practices. Encyclopedia of Archival Science features entries, which address every aspect of archival professional knowledge.
They present the thoughts of leading luminaries like Ernst Posner, Margaret Cross-Norton, and Philip Brooks as well as those of contemporary authors and rising scholars.
Historical and ethical components of practice are infused throughout the work. Consumer Health Information Programs and Services presents examples of successful and long-standing library programs and services that provide health information to consumers—the general public, patients, and families or patients—who seek information about health and diseases.
This best practices volume brings together library programs and services currently offered in hospital libraries, public libraries, academic health sciences libraries, and standalone consumer health libraries, covering a range of topics and special programs. Written by two practicing librarians who are passionate about communicating with user, the book provides both the inspiration and drive to market your library and practical tips and suggestions on how to do that effectively.
If so, what do leading experts see as the direction of the field? Sandra Wood The new ACRL information literacy concepts bring renewed interest in information literacy instruction and skills for librarians. The New Information Literacy Instruction offers guidance in planning for and implementing information literacy instruction programs in a wide range of instructional situations.
Here is a concise guide to the nuts and bolts of converting flat media books, papers, maps, posters, slides, micro formats, etc into digital files.
It provides librarians and archivists with the practical knowledge to understand the process and decision making in the digitization of flat media.
If you are wondering what mobile technology adoption means for your library or how to get started, Mobile Technologies for Every Library will answer your questions! The book will preview many useful apps for libraries. Web links and resources are also included. Miller and Barbara A. Better Library Design identifies and celebrates the top trends in library design, capturing current state and provides an authoritative overview for those planning their own projects.
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Wilfong gave an idea of what it was like to be part of the Attitash crew back in those first years after it opened in '' During the big snow winter of ''69, we were running the 'Cat almost continuously.
I would be out there all night, and Thad would relieve me at 3 in the morn-. With Thad, there was never anything we couldn't do — it was always a great experience to work with him. Prior to coming to Attitash, Gravink had worked for former New Hampshire governor,. Thad at Attitash and Sherm at Loon, but they had a great respect for one another. Thad's company would do all the surveying for whatever Loon needed. They had a contest — who would get into the office first, coming in at 6 in the morning!
It was very smart of Thad to put in a non-compete clause, because we couldn't have one. When it came time for Thorne to retire, Gravink was hired in spring by McCulloch, the board chair, and board member Bob Morrell. Under Otten's tenure, Bear Peak was developed next to and as part of Attitash.
Whereas the original Attitash featured classic New England narrow and winding fall line trails, Bear Peak was developed with wider terrain. I'd say very definitely that Attitash reflects Thad's vision — the trails are narrow, which protects them from the wind and allows them to hold snow. During one of their fishing trips, McCulloch and Gravink said that Thorne opened up with some of his war experiences and other adventure tales dating back to his prep school years. They included a story about escaping out a third story dormitory window via tied-together sheets, only to be foiled by the dorm master when he entered his co-escapee's second floor window, thus ending their plans to lave school.
Another story verified this week by his daughter Halorie Thorne Rintel and told to Gravink and McCulloch at the camp was about how Thorne when 15 was traveling in Europe with his favorite uncle when the German blitzkrieg began. They told him to come back in three years. We agreed most of the time, argued violently at others, but he was the epitome of New Hampshire granite and my feeling of what integrity ought to be.
That man had an understanding of how life should be lived. Thorne and wife, Elizabeth, and Jason Thorne; 22 grandchildren; and one great grandson.
Dine out on our screened-in porch and watch the sunset over our spectacular view of the White Mountains. Serving Dinner Daily 6 to 9 p. Please call for reservations - But add on an AMC hut to a loop hike over such a peak, and you can be sure that in the summer, the trail will be even more busy. For the last couple hiking columns, I have been visiting AMC Huts, and doing interesting loop hikes in the process. It has given me a chance revisit the huts, where I worked many years ago, and to reach them via interesting loop hikes.
During his talk on the AMC Huts, where he worked as a young man and has been. That was a century when the separation between man and nature reached an all time peak. In her position as Solid Waste Management Specialist, she provides education, training and technical assistance to rural New Hampshire communities looking to increase recycling and save money.
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These potential solutions will become increasingly important to sustain the health and wealth of our communities and future generations. The company thrilled over audience members with their singing and acting. The series continues each Friday at 10 a. Tickets are also available at the door. Each performance is approximately 30 minutes long and features five professional adult actors in original musical adaptations of popular fairy and folk tales.
The shows appeal to adults and children ages three and up. After each show, the actors in costume sign autographs for the audience members. We hope you can join us for another exciting season. The net proceeds of all activities within the Acre Wood go toward their literacy programs, scholarships, and grant giving. Prime Rib served with. Sunday Brunch Buffet 8: The fun begins Friday, July 8, at 5 p.
A preview time replete with catered elegant food offerings and a cash bar begins the evening with the auction starting at 6: The wild success of the FISH auction in set high expectations for another gala starring the equally sumptuous loons.
Art in Bloom, and the Camper Show follow in close succession and are augmented this year by classes in the newly installed Classroom Guest artists, monthly receptions, workshops, classes, and seminars keep the Guild and Gallery alive and entertaining for all ages. Gallery is a multimedia Cooperative Artisan Gallery that opened in July of It is under the auspices of the non-profit Bridgton Art Guild, and welcomes donations to support community and the arts.
Back to the Androscoggin The last time I was on the ing was at its best. Androscoggin was last fall. Usually by this time of year I have made several It was a cold raw day with a few snow flakes blowing trips to the Androscoggin, about and darn few trout. True dismal at best. The North it was an overcast day with a few rain Country has suffered a lot more than drops thrown in the mix, but from my we have in the valley with heavy rain this spring.
Only a few weeks ago prospective nothing could be better. No doubt the great majority of weekseveral places along Route 16, above enders found the damp weather to be Berlin, were under water. Up until the distasteful and stayed away. The fishsee next page. No t-shirts or blue jeans, please. Julie Rivers, Course Design: Albert Zikorus, Course Superintendent: Homemade Italian Specials All Day Karaoke, DJ at 9: Luck of the Draw darts 6: The products are very durable and made with high quality construction.
Also available artistically painted. All Adirondacks are not the same! Sat, Sun, Mon July North Conway Village, NH. Aside from the water levels returning to fishable levels last Tuesday the Alder hatch began. The Alder hatch is an event that every fly fisherman, who fishes the Androscoggin, waits for with great anticipation. The Alder is not really an Alder; it is fact a Zebra Caddis.
The mis-naming probably comes from the fact that most eastern rivers are lined with alder trees in which these big bugs love to reside. I was told that on last Wednesday there were clouds of Alders moving up the river. Generally the first few days of the hatch are the most important as the trout feast on them with abandon. However, after a few days the trout seem to grow tired of them and search out other food.
The main reason for heading up the Androscoggin last Saturday was to take my good friend Jake MacVarish and his father fishing. Jake and his Dad are long time customers of the North Country Angler and for the last two years Jake has been tying flies for the shop.
I should mention that Jake just turned Jake has the distinction of attending Trout Unlimited Trout Camps in three different states. It is always a pleasure to fish with. Right from the beginning they insisted that I fish with them rather than play guide.
I reluctantly accepted their offer. OK, I jumped at the chance. We began our day below the Errol Dam and as predicted the alder trees were full of Alders. We quickly geared up and waded into the river. A few fish were working here and there and all three of us managed to hook fish right from the start. Most of these fish were small salmon and although lots of fun to catch not the big fish we were hunting. There were lots of the adults in the trees, but none on the water.
At the very end of the pool there is a good sized eddy. Every angler worth his salt knows that: Their spent bodies were gathering at my feet and were being sucked down stream into the eddy. With in seconds there were trout rising along the edge of the eddy.
I handed Jake a spent Alder pattern and told him to fish the edge of the eddy. It was the first good trout of the morning. We spent the rest of the day working different spots along the river before ending up at Pontook Dam.
It was just about 4 p. Just about the time the gate was fully shut the fish turned on. If you would like to see a couple of pictures of Jake and a short video of Jake landing his big brook trout you can look up the North Country Angler on Facebook. See you on the river. Jake with an Androscoggin salmon. Legend of Sleepy Hollow Roomful of Blues! Michael Kaeshammer - Jazz Favorite! All audience members are invited to a dessert reception following the performance.
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Fortunately in some ways, the AMC Huts are helping to make that connection come true. They are in the 21st century. Also, doing loop hikes around the mountains to get to and from the huts, and thus appreciate the mountains more, has always been a tradition. I was reminded of this Tuesday after I had climbed up the lower WebsterJackson Trail, and turned onto the Mount Jackson branch of this trail, which bypasses Mount Webster and goes directly to the summit of Mount Jackson.
It was mid-morning, and quite a few people who had been guests at Mizpah Hut the night before had chosen to go across the range to Mount Jackson and down the Webster-Jackson Trail to the valley, a 4. Mothers, fathers and kids descended past me as I made my way up to the rocky summit of Mount Jackson. I scrambled up the rocks the last few feet to the open top, with its good view in most directions, though it was starting to cloud up.
I sat on ledge for a snack, but the black flies were hatching up at 4, feet, and my stay was brief. So far, the best view I had seen on the hike was only a quarter mile from. That part of the notch is soaked in history. I remembered the painting by Alvan Fisher,. Back on the top of Mount Jackson, I could see Mizpah Hut less than a couple miles away, perched in the trees on the slope of Mount Pierce.
I started down the Webster Cliff Trail, heading for it. Soon I crossed a muddy section of trail on well made foot bridges made of local logs and flown in lumber. Booming cotton grass covered the mud. Soon I reached the next junction, and turned right a couple hundred feet to Mizpah Spring Hut. Its streamlined shape is meant to withstand a mph wind coming down from the ridge above.
Douglas caused a surge of awareness, and also to break up the walk between Zealand Hut and Lakes of the Clouds.
The summer was a wonderful experience for him. But a more life changing experience awaited him elsewhere, and that was his only summer in the huts. That fall, on October 1st, he reported to Fort Benning, Georgia for training to become a helicopter pilot, and was soon flying in Viet Nam.
During that same summer, on July 10th, , there was dedication of the new Mizpah Hut, and many people climbed up to the hut to kick off the. Construction crew chief Carl Blanchard was there, with his wife Barbara. It was there she met Carl, before the war. More of genteel city girl than a backwoods rustic, she complimented him. Also present at the dedication was an opposite female personality, Nancy Freeman of Jackson. A hiker by passion, a mother by vocation and chemist by training, she was the only female in a graduating class of chemists in an age long before feminism.
Wearing hiking boots was second nature for her. Years after the dedication ceremony, Freeman recalled Barbara Blanchard arriving at Mizpah Hut after a long 2.
The place was about the people and about the mountains. I lingered in the wooden dining room for lunch and then headed down the trail. During the s, packing supplies to the huts was still unwisely competitive. But that was then, and now was now.
I reached the highway, and walked down past the Crawford Depot towards my car. Elephant Head reared up on the left side of the Gateway to the Notch, as it has back to the age of the mastodon and far beyond. West Ossipee, NH on Rt. Turn your evening into something extraordinary! Ask about the private dining experience in our gazebo. This will be a very unique experience. These grounds have been constructed to be a Native Gathering Place.
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Scarlet or red-berried elder is beginning to produce bright red fruits around my house as its descriptive name implies. These numerous small flowers are in showy, elongated clusters when they bloom then. Now, the common or American elder is profusely blossoming, as if patriotically celebrating our national holiday with cascading skyrockets of blossoms out in the swamplands, and barnyards it also resides in.
I have moved several of the scarlet elder plants around this Bryant Road river property to locations to benefit the birds. These shovel blade to carry. Elderberries around the feeding staproduce weak-wooded, tion, I know they will find pithy canes which lose the berries of the scarproductivity in a few let elder a special treat. In winter, they This species is a favorlook like a ragged mass ite food of this beautiful of lifeless stalks.
I am relieved bird, and they are probably even when their green, pinnately-comresponsible for bringing the shrub pound leaves appear once more in to my domicile. The sugary fruit May to clothe my precious plants grows in a showy long cluster, and with lush, long, leafy structures each red berry-like drupe contains on their brittle branches.
You may encounter the colorful scarlet elder shrub back in the forest understory while hiking. It grows there along shady logging roads or trails, whereas most other shrubs crave sunlight-and are edge plants or colonizers of forest gaps. They react to opening disturbances, as when windthrow topples large trees.
Red fruits often appear on particular shrub species that are visually hard for the birds to discover, or remain over winter for resident birds, which are few in number after the migrants have departed.
The birds see red most easily of all the colors in the spectrum, and probably sense blue pigments the least. I have had a hard time even adequately photographing this beautiful plant, because of low light intensity where it occurs. The elder that is blooming now, and we are most familiar with, is the common or American elder. This bird-friendly shrub is commonly found planted around dooryards and barn foundations of early American homes in this region.
The colonial farmers placed it there for good luck, doing so during birthdays and weddings as a commemorative planting. There is some longstanding mythology about the elders, going way back in time, but that history escapes me at present. In good summers, the weight of these ripening clusters hangs them downward. It grows best in open areas with full sunlight, and in moist, rich soil.
The tasty fruits are tiny drupes, which limits their food uses for us--as their large seeds are too hard to chew and must be strained out before jams or jellies are made. They had learned to use the easily hollowed-out, brittle stem from the Indians, who placed birch. He is available at: You may even have enough money left over to eat lunch! Box , Gorham, NH Reservations a must Tues. We have a worship service the 3rd Friday night of each month.
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Abby, our recycling bins have lids and our bin is never left open, which means these women must be peeking inside to check out our eating and drinking habits. I am now so selfconscious about our recycling I have begun burying bottles and cans under the newspaper and watching the bin to catch them in the act. My husband suggested leaving a nasty note on top of our recyclables. Once garbage is put out for collection it is no longer private property. A certain celebrity was embarrassed to learn this firsthand when some paparazzi rooted through her garbage and discovered to their glee some empty containers of meds to treat a private health matter.
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