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Congratulations to three members of the Lilead Project community on their recent elections. Lilead Fellow Mary Keeling was elected AASL Board of Directors President- Elect, Lilead Fellow Susan Gauthier was elected AASL Supervisors Section Chair-Elect, and Lilead Mentor Ann Ewbank was elected as … Continue reading
Congratulations to Lee High School in Fairfax County for been named National School Library Program of the Year! Lilead Fellow Priscille spent 14 terrific years as head librarian at Lee High School before moving to the central office. You can find out more … Continue reading
On April 16th there is an upcoming webinar discussing librarians as change agents. The webinar includes a stellar panel, including a Texas superintendent and Priscilla, a Lilead Project Fellow. More information can be found here.
Lilead Project is sad to announce the loss of a member of its Project Team, Dr. Diane Barlow, who passed away from pancreatic cancer on February 6, 2018. Diane was an enthusiastic and invaluable member of the Project Team. We … Continue reading
We would like to welcome our new administrative assistant, Jennifer Burris. Jennifer is a first year Ph.D. student at the University of Maryland studying Teaching, Learning, Policy, and Leadership with a specialization in Minority in Urban Education. She just moved … Continue reading
Lilead Fellow Jennifer Sturge has posted the first entry in her new blog, titled “Kindergarten and Media Literacy: Using PBS’ ‘Arthur’ to Start the Conversation.” The blog is featured in Programming Librarian. In her first post, Jennifer discusses the importance … Continue reading
15/16 Lilead Fellow Susan Grigsby published an article in School Library Journal titled “New Job, New Country, New Literature: A librarian starts a new chapter in Singapore.” In it, Susan discusses the challenges of abruptly moving across the globe to … Continue reading