AASL Seeks Members to Serve on New Social Media Editorial Board

AASL is seeking school library professionals to serve as members of the AASL social media editorial board. Editorial board members will be tasked with curating and composing social media posts to share on AASL platforms. To apply, please visit www.ala.org/aasl/social-media.

AASL’s social media platforms are a vehicle to share AASL news and information; educational trends; and interact with the public, members of the school library profession, and other educational outlets and organizations. Content shared on AASL social media advances the association’s mission to empower leaders to transform teaching and learning.

Applicants should demonstrate the ability to use social media in areas of interest to school library and education professionals on a daily or weekly basis. The editorial board position is a minimum one-year commitment with the option to renew. Applicants must be a current, personal member of AASL to be considered. Applications will be accepted through Monday, October 31, 2016.


Jennifer Habley
Manager, Web Communications
American Association of School Librarians (AASL)

Author: Jen Habley

Jen Habley is the AASL Manager of Web Communications. She manages the AASL websites, writes press releases, coordinates AASL’s online learning opportunities, and oversees AASL’s web 2.0 tools. When not working, Jen spends time researching her family tree, reading, and watching hockey.

Categories: Association News, News

1 reply

  1. This is amazing! I am so excited that AASL is putting together a Social Media Editorial Board. I would love to be considered and I have submitted my application. This is another great way for AASL to assert it’s mission to empower leaders to transform teaching and learning, and I would love to be a part of this!

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