Meg Featheringham is responsible for the development and production of the AASL journal, Knowledge Quest. When not working at AASL, Meg enjoys playing euchre, attending concerts and plays, spending time with family and friends, and reading (of course).
The Nov/Dec issue features an online exclusive from Carol Gordon. Dewey Do or Dewey Don’t: A Sign of the Times By Carol Gordon Replacing the Dewey Decimal Classification indicates a user-driven approach to collection management, re-defining library collection as learning… Read More ›
The November/December 2013 Knowledge Quest theme is Dewey or Don’t We. This issue of KQ focuses on the issues and questions surrounding the Dewey system versus genre-fied classification. It features panelists from the “Hot Topics” session at the ALA Midwinter… Read More ›
The Sept/Oct 2013 issue of Knowledge Quest features four online exclusives. Check out the following articles for more information on planning for the future. Strategic Planning and AASL: Envisioning Our Future and Remaining Relevant By Susan D. Ballard This article… Read More ›
The September/October 2013 Knowledge Quest theme is Imagining the Future. This issue explores how to plan for the future. It outlines methods and tools school librarians can use in their programs. Topics include outlining your library’s mission statement, professional development… Read More ›