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Curriculum Materials Centers in the State of Michigan. Part II Budgets, Collections, and Services. Responsible Units:. 15 – Library 7 – Education 1 – Other Academic Dept. 1 - TBD. Center Budgets. Salaries: Not enough information provided to ascertain

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    1. Curriculum Materials Centers in the State of Michigan Part II Budgets, Collections, and Services

    2. Responsible Units: 15 – Library7 – Education1 – Other Academic Dept. 1 - TBD

    3. Center Budgets • Salaries: Not enough information provided to ascertain • Facilities: Information too complex to analyze Additional Funding • Other Academic Units/Programs – 2 • Overdue Fines, Services – 5

    4. Collection Budgets • Only one Center breaks down the budget by resource type. (Textbooks, Hands-On/Manipulatives, Videos, etc.) • All others either do NOT have a budget or purchase resources from a general collection budget. • Three collections rely exclusively on gifts.

    5. Collection Budget Ranges • Ranges of $0 to $32,000 • Endowment – 1 ($1,000/yr) • As Needed – 5 • Dependent upon Student Fees – 2 • TBD – 2 • Gifts from Faculty or Textbook Companies

    6. Types of Collections • Textbook Collections (Txbk) • Textbook with Supplements/Activity Books • Txbk with Manipulative Collections • Txbk with Juvenile Collections • Txbk with Special Collections • Txbk with Video Collections • Txbk with Media Production • And any combination of the above!!

    7. Collections(2 Collections TBD) • Textbooks/Supplements – 22 (3 rely on gifts) • Hands-On – 14 • Posters – 11 • Maps – 10 • Puppets – 10 • Videos – 10 • Software – 9 • Juvenile – 4 • Other – (Audio - 2; Vertical File - 3; Tests - 2; Curriculum Guides - 2; Special -11)

    8. Access to Collection Classification System • 15 - Library of Congress • 1 used LC for Professional Materials only • 7 - Dewey • Used in schools • 4 used for the Juvenile Collection only • 4 - In-House for all or part of their collections • 2 - TBD

    9. Access to Collection • 18 - Accessed by Library Online Catalog • 1 - Juvenile Collection only • 1 - Professional Materials only • 2 - TBD • 8 - May be accessed through MEL Cat

    10. Collection Policy • 9 – Policies in place • 8 – No policies in place • 1 – Policies currently being developed • 4 – Policies incorporated with the main library’s • 2 – Policies to be determined

    11. Procedure Policy • 10 – Policies in place • 6 – Policies incorporated with the main library’s • 6 – No policies in place • 2 – Policies to be determined

    12. ACRL Guidelines • 16 – Not aware of the ACRL Guidelines • 7 – Aware of the ACRL Guidelines • 1 - Not applicable

    13. Interlibrary Loan Yes • Textbooks 11 • Supplements/Activity Books 8 • Hands-On 4 • Maps 3 • Posters 3 • Puppets 3 • Software 0 • Videos 6

    14. ERIC • Only 1 Center housed the ERIC microfiche collection.

    15. PK-12 Magazines Those magazines whose intended audience is PK-12 students. • 13 – Have PK-12 magazines in Centers • 3 – Allow magazines to check out • 8 – Keep backfiles of the magazines • 1 yr/2 yr/3 yr/5 yr/complete run • 6 – House some professional magazines One Center has 71 PK-12 or professional magazines.

    16. PK-12 Magazines • Budget ranges: • Portions of the whole budget • Gifts from Faculty • Another Department’s Responsibility

    17. PK-12 Magazines(a few of the titles) • Baby Bug Happy Times • Calliope Highlights • Children’s Playmate Instructor • Cicada Mailbox • Click Mailbox Bookbag • Cobblestone Michigan History for Kids • Connected Newsletter Muse • Cricket Nat.Geographic for Kids • Discovery New Moon • Faces Odyssey

    18. PK-12 Magazines • Ranger Rick • Skipping Stone • Stone Soup • Sweet 16 • Time for Kids • Wall Street Classroom Edition • Zoobooks

    19. Special Collections • Albion College: Cambios Juvenile Collection • Andrews University: University’s Cassette Tape Collection, Map Collection, Vertical & Story File Collections • Calvin College: Vertical File • Central Michigan: Michigan Textbook Collection, Michigan Schools in the Middle Collection • Hope College: College’s Cassette Tape Collection • Marygrove College: Education Peace Center • Oakland University: Collection of Award Winning Juvenile Books, Graphic Novel Collection, Children's Tradebook Examination Center

    20. Special Collections • Saginaw Valley State University: TESOL Collection, Center for Economic Education, Michigan Special Education Archives • Siena Heights University: Art Collection • Spring Arbor University: Chart and Picture File Collection • Wayne State University: Mildred Jeffrey Collection of Peace & Conflict Resolution, Millicent A. Wills Collection of Urban Ethnic Materials, Ramsey Collection of Children’s Literature

    21. Special Collections: Education Tests • 2 - ETS (Education Testing Services) • 1 in the Education Library • 1 in the Main Library • 7 - Specialized Tests (i.e.-Peabody) • 1 - Older Specialized Tests in Center and allows students to check out

    22. Special Collections: Capstones, Projects, Theses • 1 – Senior Capstones • 8 – Master’s Projects or Theses • 1 – Kept in a separate area in the library but near the Center • 1 – Not cataloged • 1 – In the process of moving to different location nearer to the College of Education

    23. Special Collections: Capstones, Projects, Theses • Cataloging • 6 – Cataloger at Main Library • 3 – Center’s Director • Subject Headings • 7 – Library of Congress • 1 – Sears • 1 – ERIC Descriptors • 1 – TBD

    24. Video/DVD Collections Those materials used for professional development of education students or materials education students used to develop lesson plans.

    25. Video/DVD Collections • 18 – Have education videos/DVDs • 11 – Located in Centers • 7 – Located in Libraries • 2 – Videos/DVDs located elsewhere on campus • 2 – Do not have videos/DVDs • 2 – TBD

    26. Video/DVD • Budget ranges: • Portions of the whole budget • As Needed • From Student Fees • Grants • Another Department’s Responsibility

    27. Video/DVD Reservation Systems • 4 - In-house manual booking system • 6 - Used online catalog reservation system • 1 - Uses both manual and electronic systems

    28. EquipmentMachines used to assist in lesson planning. • 12 - Provide some form of media services AS PART of the Center • 4 – Library provides media services • 2 - Media services are either in close proximity to the Center or elsewhere on campus • 2 - TBD • 4 - Do not have any equipment

    29. Equipment • Budget Ranges: • Portions of the whole budget • As Needed • From Student Fees • Grants • Self-funding • Another Department’s Responsibility

    30. Binding Machine - 10 Color Printer 2-Colors - 3 Full Color Printer - 3 Die Cutter Accucut - 2 Ellison - 13 Labeling Machine - 5 Laminator - 13 Other: Hot Press -1 Opaque Projector - 2 Typewriter -2 Equipment

    31. Equipment • Limitations: • Education Students/Faculty only - 4 • Any Student, Faculty, or Staff – 12 • Available to Any Patron – 1 • Not available to Non-Affiliated Patron - 1 • Lamination by Staff person only - 2 • All services performed by Staff person only – 1

    32. TechnologyTechnology (computers, software, digital equipment, cameras, etc.) used in lesson planning or portfolio development. • 9 provide technology services as part of the Center • 2 provide technology services near to the Center • 2 provides technology services within the Library • 2 TBD

    33. Technology • Budget Ranges • Portions of the whole budget • As Needed • From Student Fees • Grants • Another Department’s Responsibility

    34. Technology Tape Recorder – 13 Computers - 13 Digital Camera - 12 Scanner - 11 Slide Projector – 11 Tripod - 9 Video Camera - 8 Digital Camcorder - 6 Polaroid Camera - 1

    35. Technology Check Out Digital Camera – 14 Tape Recorder - 12 Slide Projector – 11 Tripod - 11 Video Camera - 10 Digital Camcorder – 8 Computers - 4 CD Player - 1 Polaroid Camera - 1

    36. Computer Technology • Computer Access: • 13 have computers in the Center • 8 have a computer lab as part of the Center • 6 have a computer classroom near the Center

    37. Computer Technology • PC- 12 • Mac – 8 • PC & Mac - 8 • Networked - 17 • Wireless - 15

    38. Computer Technology • Usage: • General Use - 9 • Instructions - 1 • Portfolio Development - 4 • Presentations - 4 • Research - 6 • Software Review - 4

    39. SoftwareSoftware used in lesson planning or for evaluation. • 4 provide education software AS PART of the Center • 1 recently eliminated all education software from its collection

    40. Software • Budget Ranges • Portions of the whole budget • As Needed • From Student Fees • Grants

    41. Web Pages • Fourteen curriculum centers have web pages.

    42. Mission Statements • Ten have mission statements on their web pages.

    43. Closed: University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

    44. Problems • Why have one? • Who will it serve? • What will it hold? • Where will it be located?

    45. ACRL Standards & Guidelineswww.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlstandards/guidelinescurriculum.htm • Guidelines for Curriculum Materials Centers • Approved by ACRL and ALA, January 2003 • Curriculum materials centers are essential to the instructional and research needs of students and faculty in programs preparing educators for P-12 schools. These guidelines describe essential elements of administration, services, and collections for curriculum materials centers in all university and college settings. • These guidelines are intended for administrators at all levels of post-secondary education, particularly education deans or department chairs; library deans or directors; librarians responsible for curriculum materials centers; and accrediting and licensure agencies. • DEFINITIONS • P-12 refers to preschool through twelfth grade. • Curriculum materials are educational resources that provide curriculum and instructional experiences for P-12 students. These materials are used by educators to develop curricula and lesson plans and may also be used in actual instructional situations with P-12 students. These materials also provide information for those doing research. • Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) refers to a physical location of a curriculum materials collection. Curriculum materials centers are often housed in a main campus library, a branch library building, or in an academic building housing the campus education academic programs. • CMC users are education students and faculty, and may also include P-12 educators, other students, and community members as defined by the CMC’s mission. • Director refers to the librarian who has primary responsibility for the CMC; its facilities, administration, collection, personnel, and services

    46. Contact Information Rita Kohrman Education Resources Librarian Grand Valley State University Steelcase Library Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.331.2622 kohrmanr@gvsu.edu