Clinical assistant professor in the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University of NC at Greensboro working with school library candidates. Former elementary, middle, and high school librarian in Virginia, Mississippi, and North Carolina.
One of my favorite topics in library school involved storytelling. It was well before the advent of PowerPoint or digital storytelling and actually involved memorizing and telling stories to a live audience. I remember performing for my peers the classic… Read More ›
One of the hardest battles I chose to fight when I opened my new elementary school library years ago was not what you might think. It was not with the new cadre of teachers who were uncomfortable with flexible access… Read More ›
As I read the description of the new KQ website as “a vehicle for school librarians to transform learning,” the word vehicle called to mind Cadillac’s new slogan: “Dare Greatly,” taken from a Teddy Roosevelt speech and designed as part of… Read More ›