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This publication follows the tradition of publishing selected papers from Pacific Islands Association of Libraries, Archives and Museums (PIALA) annual conferences. This 22th annual conference was held in Tumon, Territory of Guam USA, November 13-16, 2012. The volume begins with a listing of the members of the PIALA 2012 Planning Committee and PIALA Officers and Executive Board, Acknowledgements, and the Conference program schedule. John Fernandez, Superintendent of the Guam Department of Education, provided the keynote address. James Lonergan, U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services provided opening remarks. Presentations include: (1) Pathways to Excellence And Achievement in Research and Learning (PEARL): Training K-12 School Teams to Support Student Research (Violet H. Harada and Michael-Brian Ogawa); (2) 21st Century Skills and Web Tools for the Library (Sudi Q. Napalan); (3) Guam And Chamorro Educational Facility (Ken Baki); (4) Web 2.0 Technology Tools for the School Library (Alicia Diego and Rose Unpingco); (5) Localizing History for Community Relevance author talk (Judy Flores); (6) "Let Go and Let God" author talk (Genevieve Leon Guerrero); (7) Data Mining Techniques Using a Spreadsheet (Manny Hechanova); (8) Highlights from the IFLA International Leaders Programme (Atarino A. Helieisar); (9) The Instrument of the Book, the Instrument of the Internet: "Thinking" "Information" in the Pacific (Nicholas J. Goetzfridt); (10) Creating Quality Services: Palau Bookmobile Panel Discussion (Joycelene Moses, Mary Arius, Grace Merong, and Pasquana Tirso) and (11) Guam Public Library Bookmobile Outreach Services (Terry Kennimer, Doris A Francisco, and Victor Palomo). Presentations contain individual references. Appended are: (1) PIALA Executive Board Meeting Agenda; (2) American Pacific Territories' "Librarians Say Books Are Here to Stay". "Radio Australia "Pacific Beat" interview : November 15, 2012; (3) Program from Welcome Dinner; (4) Guam Public Library System Bookmobile Brochure; (5) Guam Public Library System Bookmobile Cutout; (6) Guam Public Library System Bookmobile Library Card Group Form; (7) Guam Public Library System Bookmobile Tour Request Form; (8) Guam Public Library System Bookmobile schedule November, 2012; (9) Chronology of PIALA Conferences; and (10) Conference Registration Form.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Services, Trend Analysis, Student Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Educational Facilities, Web 2.0 Technologies, Local History, Cancer, Beliefs, Religious Factors, Information Retrieval, Books, Internet, Motor Vehicles, Outreach Programs, Public Libraries, Conferences (Gatherings), Library Associations





Autor: Drake, Paul B., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3224&id=ED547645



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