Meet The Bloggers

Posted on September 26th, 2009 by admin in Conference Blogs


Helen AdamsHelen Adams A former Wisconsin school librarian with 30 years experience, I am currently an online instructor for Mansfield University (Pennsylvania) teaching “Access and Legal Issues.” [more...]


BD AndersonBrenda Anderson is an instructional specialist in the School Library Media Programs department in Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Maryland. [more...]


Diane ChenDiane Chen is the Library Information Specialist at Kennedy Middle School in Nashville, Tennessee. She writes the Practically Paradise blog on SLJ and is currently serving on the ALA Executive Board. [more...]


Diane CordellDiane Cordell is a newly "retired" teacher/librarian, with an MLS from C.W. Post. Her professional experience includes working in academic and public libraries and a more than 15-year career as a NYS-certified K-12 School Library Media Specialist. [more...]


Kelly CzarneckiKelly Czarnecki is a Technology Education Librarian in Charlotte, NC. She was nominated Mover and Shaker 2007 by Library Journal. [more...]


Gail DickinsonGail Dickinson [more...]


Buffy HamiltonBuffy Hamilton ( is a school library media specialist at Creekview High School (The Unquiet Library) in Canton, Georgia and a member of the AASL blog team. [more...]


Dorcas Hand Dorcas Hand been Director of Libraries at Annunciation Orthodox School, Houston for 20 years. [more...]


Frances HarrisFrances Jacobson Harris (francey at is the librarian at University Laboratory High School, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Professor of Library Administration, University Library. [more...]


Gwyneth Anne Bronwynne JonesGwyneth Anne Bronwynne Jones
Library media/technology specialist
Murray hill middle school [more...]


Nancy KeaneNancy Keane [more...]


Sarah Kelly JohnsSara Kelly Johns has been the 6-12 library media specialist at Lake Placid Middle/High School since 1999, (supervising the Lake Placid elementary school library for two years) and taught the same middle/senior high level at Beekmantown Middle/Senior High School before that. [more...]


Peggy CreightonPeggy Milam Creighton is a National Board Certified school library media specialist in Atlanta, GA. Currently, Peggy is a Ph.D. candidate at Walden University as well as the author of National Board Certification in Library Media: A Candidate’s Journal and InfoQuest: A New Twist on Information Literacy. [more...]


Cahy NelsonCathy Nelson Cathy is twenty-four year veteran teacher librarian and a nationally board certified teacher in library media for early childhood through young adults. [more...]


Lisa PerezLisa Perez is an area library coordinator for the Chicago Public Schools Department of Libraries & Information Services. [more...]


Pat ScalesPat Scales is a retired middle and high school librarian whose programs have been featured on the Today Show and in various professional journals. She received the ALA/Grolier Award in 1997, and was featured in Library Journal’s first issue of Movers and Shakers in Libraries: People Who Are Shaping the Future of Libraries. [more...]


Deborah StaffordDeborah Stafford is the "Information Specialist" for Wiesbaden High School since 1994. [more...]


Wendy Steadman StephensWendy Steadman Stephens has been librarian at Buckhorn High School in New Market, Alabama since January 2003. As a doctoral student in the Information Science at the University of North Texas, she has been funded through the federal Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS). [more...]


Jooyce ValenzaJoyce Valenza [more...]


Nancy WhiteNancy White is in her eighth year as the Media Services/Information Literacy Specialist for Academy School District 20 in Colorado Springs, previously working in middle school and elementary school libraries and classrooms in Colorado and Germany. [more...]


Alice YuchtAlice Yucht is a retired school librarian, now a format-agnostic infovore. [more...]



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