Iris Eichenlaub is the Librarian/Technology Integrator at Camden Hills Regional High School in Rockport, Maine. She is the 2017 Knox County Teacher of the Year, and was named an Inspiring Educator in 2017 by the Maine Education Association. Iris serves on the board of the Maine Association of School Libraries as the chair of professional development. Follow the story of the CHRHS Library via Facebook (@CHRHSLibrary or https://www.facebook.com/CHRHSLibrary) or Instagram (@CHRHS_Library or https://www.instagram.com/chrhs_library).
The unofficial service motto of my high school library is “Yes! We Can Help!” Need a double-sided photocopy? We will teach you. Need help formatting your citations and printing your paper? Absolutely. Do you need to borrow colored pencils, scissors,… Read More ›
Small Steps? Or Giant Leap? I am always up for a new challenge and don’t often shy away because something might be “too hard” or “too much work.” In fact, those are my least favorite words to hear in a… Read More ›
Innovate from Inside the Box I love that thrill when I happen upon the right combination of search terms and come up with a useful result! Librarians have a certain tenacity, manifested by our unwillingness to accept defeat in the… Read More ›
“Your ideas matter here.” “Some of the best parts of this library are because of your great ideas, so please share them.” This is part of the library orientation that all new 9th graders receive when they come to the… Read More ›