School Librarians: Are You a Tech Leader? SLJ Wants to Know.

For an upcoming feature article, School Library Journal wants to profile school librarians who are leading the way in technology use at their school or district.

For an upcoming feature article, School Library Journal plans to profile school librarians who are leading the way in technology use at their school or district.

The profession has been strong in this area. Seventy percent of school librarians are responsible for tech use in the library, according to SLJ’s 2017 tech survey. Nearly half of respondents introduce technology at the classroom level, and 41 percent lead related professional development.

We’d like to tell the human side of the story.

So if you are having an impact at the nexus of technology and learning, we invite you to connect with us via the below Google form.

 

 

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Kathy Ishizuka

Kathy Ishizuka (kishizuka@mediasourceinc.com, @kishizuka on Twitter) is the Executive Editor of School Library Journal.

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