Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Linda J. Dougherty is an award-winning library media specialist and an outstanding library and educational technology conference presenter. She currently serves as the ISTE Librarian Network Committee as Communications Chair. She has presented at state and international conferences (ISTE Librarian Digital Playground) on tech applications, teacher collaboration, information literacy, digital citizenship, and social media networking for school librarians. She is the author What's NEW for SCHOOL LIBRARIES: Best NEW Tools, Resources and Strategies for Creating an Exemplary SCHOOL LIBRARY Program, the comprehensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.
Linda is known for her innovative, practical ways for making the most out of the resources you have. Join Linda for a day filled with proven, easy-to-implement ideas that will make your library programs more effective.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Linda spoke clearly and presented very well. I'm so glad I came to learn from her!"
Joanne Jimenez, Librarian
"This is a great seminar to rejuvenate your library game."
Sarah Phillips, Teacher-Librarian
"Linda shares lots of good ideas and helpful strategies for putting the standards into use."
Susan Middleton, Librarian
"Linda is high-energy and informative - a nice balance of standards and tech tools."
Karen Libby, Library Media Specialist
"Linda is very knowledgeable and shares great ideas and excellent digital resources to go with the handbook."
Mary Richardson, Library Media Specialist
"Linda's seminar was a great energizer!"
Patricia Crilley, Librarian
"Linda presents a terrific seminar! I learned so many ideas that I can implement immediately as well as things to put on a longer-term wish list."
J. Maienza, Library Administrator
"Linda presents a day packed with all things LIBRARY! So much to look into and follow-up on, but quite a few things I will use tomorrow."
Kathy Lewin, Media Specialist
"Linda's seminar is very relevant to the current trends in education."
Maria McKeown, Curriculum Supervisor