Teacher librarians at schools for the d/Deaf, those working in mainstream settings with d/Deaf students, d/Deaf professionals in information services and more. Let's connect and share what works for you! All are welcome. See More
"At least take a library class or two, there is so much about being a librarian that is not intuitive. Try the K-12 Course which in Illinois is offered in the summer online.....and try a course in intellectual freedom and cataloging. Talk…"
A forum for discussing best practices using and promoting YA lit with teens in a school library setting. What are you buying? What's hot and what's not? How do we help make kids life long readers?See More
I love my job. I have the best teacher librarian job in the world at Wisconsin School for the Deaf. I love learning. I desperately miss Charleston, West Virginia. My adopted Hometown. I have a new sudden interest in history. I have a daughter age 10 and a husband of 18 years who currently works from home. We have a dog and a cat.
Mansfield University Scholarship Program – Begin in January 2012
In an ongoing effort to recruit a new generation of school library leaders, Mansfield University recently received a fifth Institute of Library and Museum Services (IMLS) grant to fund scholarships for its totally online School Library & Information Technologies Master of Education degree program with school library certification. If you know of an educator or non-certified librarian seeking school library certification, please pass along the news that we are still accepting applications for the spring 2012 semester.
The Master of Education program, ideally suited for working educators
with no time to drive to a university, offers a convenient and effective path to school library certification. For detailed information and contacts please refer to the Fulfilling the Promise homepage, at http://libweb.mansfield.edu/promise/, or contact Cynthia Keller, Department Chair firstname.lastname@example.org