- Lilead Announces Next Round of Leaders Courses
- Lilead Fellow Jen Sturge Awarded the Maryland Society for Educational Technology’s Outstanding Leader Using Technology
- Lilead Mentor Speaks about Advocacy Goals During School Library Month
- Lilead Fellows in ALA Elections
- Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover Podcast
#Lilead on TwitterMy Tweets
Author Archives: lileadproject
The Lilead Project is launching the next round of our four Lilead Leaders courses for school library professionals at any level who are looking to hone their leadership skills and work toward lasting transformational change for their students, schools, and districts … Continue reading
Lilead Fellow Jen Sturge Awarded the Maryland Society for Educational Technology’s Outstanding Leader Using Technology
Congratulations to Lilead Fellow Jennifer Sturge for being awarded the Maryland Society for Educational Technology’s Outstanding Leader Using Technology award for 2019! You can find out more information about her award here.
Make sure you listen to Lilead Mentor Dr. Ann Ewbank who recorded a virtual podcast interview focused on her experience as a school librarian and libraries advocate, advocacy researcher, and her recently published book Political Advocacy for School Librarians: Leveraging … Continue reading
Congratulations to all of the Lilead Fellows on their recent ALA elections! Suzanna Panter was elected as Supervisors Section rep to the AASL Board, Jenny Takeda was elected as Supervisors Secretary, and Laura Hicks was elected as an at-large member … Continue reading
Make sure to check out Lilead Fellow Stephanie Ham’s podcast Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover: A podcast for Future Ready Librarians. They are on Sound Cloud, Apple Podcast and Google Play. Take a listen, share with your librarians … Continue reading
Lilead Fellow Suzanna Panter produced 7 videos of her teacher librarians explaining the 6 shared foundations of the AASL standards and how they relate to their library programs. Make sure to check out this awesome resource here!
Congratulations to Lilead Fellow Carolyn Foote for Receiving the AASL Collaborative School Library Award. “The project, Art History Independent Study, was a collaboration between Foote and Westlake’s art history teacher, Melinda Darrow. Together, Foote and Darrow took two groups of … Continue reading