Theresa Bartholomew

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Theresa Bartholomew is in her 12th year as an educator, with certifications in library science and French. She has spent the last five years working as a middle school librarian for Warrior Run Middle School. While her role has evolved to include educational technology as an everyday aspect of the job, her job title has not. She is a level 2 Google Certified Educator, a presenter at both PETE&C and PSLA conferences, a frequent leader of professional development for her district, and an instructional coach in her building. She co-authors the blog Library Defenders (http://librarydefenders.blogspot.com) with her fellow tech enthusiasts. You can follow her on Twitter @bibliotheresa, Google+, and network with her on LinkedIn.

Alice in Cyberland, Part II: Managing Digital Resources

managing digital resources

Guest post written for Eduspire by Theresa Bartholomew, modern librarian, tech enthusiast, and level 2 Google Certified Educator. Many of today‚Äôs librarians are integral to school technology initiatives, responsible for co-teaching, curriculum development, administration, managing digital resources, and more. In Part II of…

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Alice in Cyberland, Part I: A Day in the Life of a Modern Librarian

Modern Librarian

Guest post written for Eduspire by Theresa Bartholomew, modern librarian, tech enthusiast, and level 2 Google Certified Educator. Many of today’s librarians are integral to school technology initiatives, responsible for co-teaching, curriculum development, administration, vetting new resources and tools, and more. In Part…

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