Sedley Abercrombie is the current past president for the North Carolina School Library Media Association. She is also the lead library media coordinator for 32 school libraries in Davidson County, NC as well as an adjunct instructor at East Carolina University.
When a disaster happens… Natural disasters (and even those that are man-made) happen all the time. Sure, many of us may prepare for the worst with extra batteries, bottled water, and insurance policies. But what about those events that have… Read More ›
What is “digital citizenship”? Well, in broad terms, it’s the set of norms that define the appropriate and responsible use of technologies. As technology and social media constantly evolve, it is important that we, as school librarians, stay abreast of… Read More ›
Several years back, I was wanting to attend a local technology conference. My district is pretty strict on paying for conferences and I’m pretty cheap, so a colleague encouraged me to submit a call to present to try to get… Read More ›
While school librarians are busy with collection development, cataloging, programming, planning library lessons, collaborating with teachers, or fixing the copy machine, some may roll their eyes at the idea of keeping a portfolio. It’s yet another thing to have to… Read More ›