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Amy Gibson

Amy has 22 years of experience as an educator and is currently a Library Media Specialist, English teacher, and theatre director at Heath High School. She is passionate that libraries should be alive and buzzing with the music of collaboration, tech-integration, experimentation, and tinkering. She connects with learners and showcases student activities using Heath High School library accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Amy Slade

Amy Slade is the Middle School and High School Librarian at Hubbard Exempted Village Schools in Hubbard, OH. She received her MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh and is new to school librarianship as she will be beginning her 3rd year of teaching in the fall of 2014.
Outside of school Amy enjoys reading, hiking and antiquing.

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Angela Willyerd

Angela Willyerd teaches seventh grade science at Everts Middle School in the Circleville City Schools. Angela was a member of the ARRA Technology Grant Team, which transformed student learning at her school by implementing educational technology and 21st century skills. Angela has presented at the Ohio Middle Level Association Conference and Ohio e-Tech Conference. More information may be found at:

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Angie Stitzel

Angie Stitzel is the Media Specialist for the Butler Technology and Career Development School in Hamilton, Ohio.  She served as the INFOhio Liaison at SWOCA for seven years providing support for INFOhio resources and library automation.  She has also been a  media specialist in other area districts in grades K-12.  Angie has been an INFOhio iCoach is currently serving as the Chairperson of the INFOhio Users Council.

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Barb Reynolds

Barb Reynolds has been part of the INFOhio support team at Lake Geauga Computer Association since 2005 and is an INFOhio iCoach.  She has had many years of teaching experience in both classrooms and libraries in northeast Ohio.  One of her passions and concerns is guaranteeing students and teachers equal access to electronic resources.  INFOhio does that!

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Brooke Paxton

Brooke Paxton is in her 8th year of teaching 7th grade Language Arts at Everts Middle School in the Circleville City School District. Brooke is the Teacher Leader for the EMS Language Arts department and was also a member of the 2009 ARRA Technology Grant team. Brooke loves when Trent collaborates with her class and is always looking for projects for him to help with.

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Carly Ghantous

Carly Ghantous is an Educational Technology Trainer at Learn21 and a high school English teacher. She teaches traditional and technology-infused English courses at Sycamore High School in Cincinnati and works with local school districts to train staff in using educational technology tools in the classroom. In her six years at Sycamore, Carly has been very involved in the technology initiatives within the school. Carly is married and has two young children that take up most of her time outside of the classroom.

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Carolyn George

Carolyn George is the Administrator of Career Connections, a joint initiative among the Governor's Office of Workforce Transformation, Ohio Board of Regents, and Ohio Department of Education. Carolyn oversees the work of OhioMeansJobs K-12, a dynamic web-based career planning tool for students. Carolyn has worked with the Ohio Department of Education for 10 years. She earned a B.A. in Middle Childhood Education from The Ohio State University and a Master of Arts in Public Administration from Ohio University. 

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Cen Campbell

Cen Campbell is a children's librarian and the founder at She has driven a bookmobile, managed branch libraries, developed innovative programs for babies, young children and teens, and now supports children’s librarians to serve as media mentors in their communities. She was named Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2014 for her work on, and now serves on the Evolving the Carnegie Task Force for the Association for Library Service to Children (a division of the American Library Association).

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Colleen Graves

Colleen Graves is a school librarian at Lamar Middle School in Flower Mound, Texas.  Her first task as librarian was to transform her thirty-year-old traditional library space into a learning commons.  She became obsessed with the library as a gigantic makerspace and started instituting maker workshops with students in 2013.  She blogs at and is an active leader of professional development in Lewisville ISD and the DFW metroplex. Recently, she published “Learning Commons on a Dime” in School Library Monthly and “Teens Guide Makerspace Makeover” in Knowledge Quest.  Add her to your PLN on Twitter @lamar_library.

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Connie Williams

Connie Williams is the teacher librarian at Petaluma High School and is an adjunct library instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College. She is the author of articles on library advocacy, infographics, assessment, and primary sources. She is the past president of CSLA, and is co-chair of GODORT Government Information for Children committee. She co-authored with Debbie Abilock Recipe for an Infographic. 

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Cynthia Gobrogge

Cynthia Gobrogge is the library media specialist at Revere High School in Richfield, Ohio. She has fulfilled this role for five years. Prior to taking over the library program, she taught English at the high school for several years.

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Dan Roads

Dan Roads teaches Government, Economics and World History at Worthington Christian High School. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from Ohio Wesleyan University in History with a minor in education. He is also the lead supervisor of Student Council and acts as the head advisor for the senior classes. He has previously served on the committees for academic scheduling and course offerings.

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David Hayward

David Hayward is the Associate Director at ITSCO in Westerville, Ohio. Throughout his career as a teacher and technology educator he has shown a passion for education and technology inspiring teachers to integrate pedagogy with 21st Century technology tools. He received a M.A. in Technologies of Instruction and Media from The Ohio State University, has presented numerous sessions at the eTech Ohio Technology conference, was the opening speaker at the Ohio Association for Career and Technical Education conference and is a facilitator for the Association of Middle Level Education National Leadership Institute.

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David Stoll

David Stoll is the Media Center Director for Worthington Christian High School. He obtained a Bachelor in Communication and a Master of Education. David has served as the Media Center Director since 2002. He also teaches Study Skills and Journalism and serves as the Business/Technology/Library-Media curriculum committee chair.

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Debbie Abilock

Debbie Abilock, is known for her work on innovative curriculum design, thoughtful technology integration, and multiple literacies.  She publishes, lectures and consults internationally based on over 30 years' experience as a curriculum coordinator, Director of a library-IT department, and school administrator.  She writes a column “Adding Friction” for School Library Connection on designing deliberate thinking into the research process and co-authored Recipe for an Infographic with Connie Williams. She is a co-founder and directs the education vision of NoodleTools Inc., a platform for teaching student research.

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Diane Christianson

Diane has been the District Librarian/HS Library Media Specialist at Northern Local in Perry County since 1999. She is an INFOhio District/Building I-Coach and also serves on INFOhio’s Users Council.  She has also served as HS Library Media Specialist for Lakewood City Schools, and taught ancient history and served as Choir director at Copley-Fairlawn City Schools, Mt. Blanchard, OH, Boulder CO City Schools and Kingston, NY.

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Dinah Ramirez

Dinah Ramirez is a customer success trainer, webinar producer, and product expert at She provides learning experiences to's user community along with helping businesses and professionals communicate visually with their customers, clients, and audiences.

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Elaine Fultz

Elaine Fultz is District Media Specialist for Madison Local Schools in Ohio and was a member of the 2017 Newbery committee.

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Emily Colpi

Emily Zauss Colpi is the Librarian and Technology Integration Specialist at Mariemont High School in Cincinnati, OH. She earned her M.Ed in Educational Library Media from Wright State University in 2003 and a B.A. in Secondary English Education from Purdue University in 2000. Emily is currently an INFOhio Users Council representative, and has previously served on the boards of SWON Libraries regional library consortium and OELMA.

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Eric Curts

Eric has been in education for 25 years, and currently serves as a Technology Integration Specialist for SPARCC in Canton, Ohio where he oversees Google Apps for Education implementation, training, and support, as well as eLearning and other technology integration initiatives. Eric is an authorized Google Education Trainer and Innovator, and provides Google Apps training to schools, organizations, and conferences throughout Ohio and across the country. He is a co-leader of the Ohio Google Educator Group at and runs the award-winning blog where all his Google Apps and edtech resources can be found.

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Erica Clay

Erica Clay has been an Integration Librarian for INFOhio since December 2013. Prior to working with INFOhio, Erica worked in academic libraries, as the Humanities Librarian at Wright State University and the Library Director at University of Northwestern Ohio. Before becoming a librarian, Erica taught K-8 music. As an ILibrarian, Erica works closely with INFOhio's college and career readiness initiatives, providing resources and instructional support for educators who are working to make sure their students meet Ohio's Learning Standards and are future ready.

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Greg Perciak

Greg has been working as an INFOhio Librarian at the North Coast Council since 2000. He holds a MLS from Indiana University – Bloomington, and has also worked as a Business Reference Librarian at Texas A&M-Commerce and Medical Librarian at Community Health Partners in Lorain OH.

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Gwyneth Jones

Gwyneth A. Jones, aka The Daring Librarian, is a blogger, a Tweeter, an international speaker, a citizen of Social Media, and a resident of Second Life. Gwyneth Jones is a Google Certified Teacher, DEN Star, an elected member of the ISTE Board of Directors, and the author of the award winning Daring Librarian blog.  Jones was named a 2012 Best of the Best Visionary Leader by Teacher Librarian Magazine and is also a 2011 Library Journal  Mover & Shaker, and a Gale/Cengage New Leader. Her work & writings have been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Huffington Post.

The Daring Librarian is a digitally shifted Ed Tech teaching Ninja with a passion for re-mix mash-up production, transliteracy, cutting edge librarianship, creative commons, mobile media, graphic design, & being a positive change agent within in her learning communities both geographically and within the æthernets.  Fearlessly daring to take chances, fight the filters, and ignores the negative naysayers, all for our most important customers - our students. 

As an elected member of the board of directors of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Jones passionately represents all PK-12 technology educators. Professionally, Gwyneth is committed to shameless sharing and the NTTI "turn-key" philosophy of peer training, mentoring, building international personal learning networks through school, district, state, national, and online programs.  She is a frequent Keynote and featured speaker at Ed Tech and Library Association conferences around the United States and the world.

Gwyneth was named one of five National Cengage/Gale SLJ New Leaders, was the PBS-NTTI “Teacher of the Year” in 2001 and has been the MSET “Outstanding Educator Using Technology” (2004) and “Outstanding Technology Leader” (2012) for Howard County.

Leaving a career in advertising, public relations, and marketing to pursue a career in technology education she now uses effective design and communication skills gained through her experiences in the business world to communicate her love of research and information gathering, reading, and technology with her students, staff, and community. In her spare time, Gwyneth enjoys reading, traveling, digital photography, graphic design, alternative/progressive music, Welsh stuff, buzztime trivia, darts, exploring the Steampunk Aesthetic and writing biographies of herself in the third person. Admittedly, she’s also a goofball, a geek, and ridiculously humble.

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Heather Hersey

Heather Hersey is an upper school librarian at Lakeside School in Seattle, Washington. She is the co-author of an article, "Flip Your Library," published in the December/ January 2013-14 ISTE Journal, Learning and Leading with Technology. She was previously a librarian and English teacher at Hunterdon Central High school in Flemington, New Jersey.

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James Harmon

Jim Harmon teaches English in the Euclid City School District just outside Cleveland, Ohio and is the co-director and co-founder of He received his BFA in Photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology and his M.Ed in Computer Uses in Education at Cleveland State University. Having served as a city schoolteacher for seventeen years, he was recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2007 and became a Google Certified Teacher in 2008. Harmon is also an adjunct teacher educator in educational technology at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. He has authored and co-authored several literacy-focused articles, presentations, and successful grants in relation to his work with Through Students’ Eyes and the impact of iPads on student literacy. Harmon serves as Editor of the NAPDS journal School-University Partnerships.

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Jane Galbraith

Jane Galbraith is an educator with 39 years of experience. She has worked with technology integration in the curriculum for the last sixteen years. During that time, she served as a building technology integration specialist for Newark City Schools for 9 years before accepting the position of District Technology Integration Specialist for grades K-12. She has delivered technology professional development throughout the county and school districts in Ohio that demonstrate innovative ways to create instructional materials and learning experiences for students that integrate technology resources that are standard based. She has presented at several eTech State Conferences, Smart Board Conferences, and was invited by Hewitt Packard to present at the National NECC Conference in Philadelphia in 2005. She has received the Meritor Education Grant , the HP Foundation Education Grant and ARRA Grant for Wilson Middle School and served as the team’s Technology Coach in 2011. She collaborated with the Cleveland Museum of Art and LACA to develop and provide Interactive Video Distance Learning programming for students. She has had the honor as being selected as a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar.

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Jenni Salamon

Jenni Salamon is the Coordinator for the Ohio Digital Newspaper Program at the Ohio History Connection.  She has been with the Ohio History Connection since 2009 and currently manages their newspaper digitization efforts and serves as a Reference Archivist in the Archives/Library.  She has a BA in English from Ohio University and an MLIS from Kent State University.  Her areas of expertise include newspaper digitization as well as traditional and digital newspaper research on various topics. 

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Jennifer LaGarde

Jennifer LaGarde (aka library girl!) is a Librarian Ambassador and Education Road Warrior!  As an Educator on Loan for the NC Department of Public Instruction, she travels across the land working with school librarians, classroom teachers, principals, superintendents - literally ANYONE who needs help building or making the most of a 21st century school library. Jennifer earned her undergraduate degree in English Education from the Watson School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) and her graduate degree in Library Science from Appalachian State University. She is also a Nationally Board Certified School Librarian. Jennifer is the Social Media Special Committee Chair for the North Carolina School Library Media Association, was a founding member of NCSLMA's Young Adult Book Award and shares NCSLMA webmaster duties with another North Carolina librarian. With over 17 years of experience in education as a classroom teacher, teacher librarian and district level leader, Jennifer has been nationally recognized for her contribution to school librarianship and education in general. In 2011, Jennifer was awarded the ""I Love My Librarian Award"" by the American Library Association, The Carnegie Corporation of New York and The New York Times. She was also named a 2011 ""Mover and Shaker"" by Library Journal.  And in 2013 she was selected as one of five teacher librarians (nationally) finalists for the first ever Bammy Award for outstanding service in the area of school librarianship.  Jennifer is the author of the award winning blog The Adventures of Library Girl where she proves you don’t have to be super hero to be a teacher librarian, but having a cape sure helps.” -----

She also really doesn't enjoy talking about herself in the 3rd person. :)

Unofficially, I'm just a teacher whose classroom happens to have lot more books in it than most.  As I like to tell the groups I work with, school libraries saved my life, so... I'm making it my mission to do whatever I can to help librarians do their best work so that school libraries are around for a long time to come.

The Adventures of Library Girl is the spot where I ponder, share and rub my thoughts about libraries and student learning together until they catch fire or fizzle out.  The views I express here are entirely my own and are not intended to represent the views of my colleagues or employer.

Please feel free to contact me by a) leaving a comment b) sending me an email at jennifer-at-librarygirl-dot-net or c) following me on twitter @jenniferlagarde

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Joe Ceterski

Joe Ceterski is a librarian and Training Specialist for EBSCO Information Services. As the Training Specialist serving the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada, he provides online and onsite training on EBSCOhost, eBooks, EDS, and other EBSCO services. Joe received his Masters Degree in library science from the University at Albany, and has more than 20 years of library experience, working in academic and special libraries and for library consortia.

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Judi Moreillon

Judi Moreillon, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Studies, Texas Woman’s University and author of Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Elementary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (ALA Editions, 2013) and Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (ALA Editions, 2012).

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Judy Bee

Judy Bee is the Associate Director of the Teaching with Primary Sources Midwest Region at Illinois State University funded by the Library of Congress. She develops and delivers professional, graduate, undergraduate, classroom and community courses and workshops. She uses a variety of modalities in delivering courses and workshops including on-line, face-to-face, and train-the-trainer models. She also plays a significant role in program evaluation, program recruitment and training in seventeen states. She travels to universities, colleges, institutions in the Midwest Region to train educators, review grant programs, and collaborate on new initiatives.

She assists with the creation and implementation of online learning through a variety of courseware, including Blackboard and ReggieNet. Through these technology tools, she teaches classroom teachers, media specialists, and faculty members how to integrate primary sources into standards-based lesson plans that enhance their curriculum. Her other duties include developing processes for encouraging collaboration, including virtual meetings, developing systems to monitor progress, and developing evaluating systems including online surveys.

She has taught adult audiences, including Country Financial, State Farm, GrowMark, and Caterpillar.  She has developed classes and curriculum using media such as web, video, Microsoft Office, Dreamweaver, Adobe Suite, Opal, Elluminate, Dreamweaver, and Photo Story.  She has presented and trained at local, state, and national conferences on curriculum development, technology education, and teaching with primary sources.  

She is currently working toward a Doctorate in Higher Education Administrations with a focus on effective professional development. She earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Xavier University.  She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and is certified in K-9 education.  She has twenty-three years of teaching experience and has taught grades Pre-K–16.


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Judy Tucker

Judy Tucker, NWOET Associate Director for Professional Development, is a former classroom teacher at Bettsville Local Schools in Seneca County.  She earned her Masters in Classroom Technology in 2007 and has been leading technology integration trainings since 1998 for NWOET.  

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Karon Lippincott

Karon Lippincott, librarian at Medina High School, is in her 8th year of her library career. Karon collaborates frequently with teachers in her district and had transformed her library into a 21st century learning space. Karon is actively involved in INFOhio, serving currently as the Secretary of the User's Council, helping with content in the "21 Things", and refurbishing the sites in the Discovery Portal. She won the 2008 Hugh Durbin Leadership Award, and presents at many conferences, including eTech and OELMA. A fan of tech integration, and keeping ahead of the curve, you can find her on Twitter @Ms_Lippy, or on Facebook as herself, or Medina High School Media Center.

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Kristin Fontichiaro

Kristin Fontichiaro teaches at the University of Michigan School of Information, where she coordinates the school library media program.   Her work focuses on how we can facilitate robust, rich, and engaging learning for primary and secondary school learners.

She has written several books on teaching, learning, and digital and information literacies for K-8 readers, educators, and librarians. Her most recent edited volumes are Navigating the Information Tsunami: Engaging Research Projects that Meet the Common Core State Standards, K-5 (Cherry Lake, June 2012) and Growing Schools: Librarians as Professional Developers (with Debbie Abilock and Violet H. Harada, Libraries Unlimited, June 2012). She has edited three eBook compilations of essays, available as free downloads from Everything You Wanted to Know About Information Literacy But Were Afraid to Ask; School Libraries: What's Now, What's Next, What's Yet to Come (co-edited with Buffy Hamilton) and Information Literacy in the Wild.

Named an Emerging Leader by the American Library Association, Distinguished Alumna by the Wayne State University Library and Information Science Program, and a 2012 Library Journal Mover and Shaker, she blogs at and writes the “Nudging Toward Inquiry” column for School Library Monthly.

Her most recent edited volumes are Navigating the Information Tsunami: Engaging Research Projects that Meet the Common Core State Standards, K-5 (Cherry Lake, June 2012) and Growing Schools: Librarians as Professional Developers (with Debbie Abilock and Violet H. Harada, Libraries Unlimited, June 2012).
She has edited three eBook compilations of essays, available as free downloads from Everything You Wanted to Know About Information Literacy But Were Afraid to Ask; School Libraries: What's Now, What's Next, What's Yet to Come (co-edited with Buffy Hamilton) and Information Literacy in the Wild.
Earlier professional books include 21st-Century Learning in School Libraries; Active Learning Through Drama, Podcasting, and Puppetry; and Podcasting at School . With Sandy Buczynski, she is co-author of Story Starters and Science Notebooking: Developing Student Thinking Through Literacy and Inquiry.
She is series editor for the Makers as Innovators series for Cherry Lake Publishing and co-author of the series' Maker Faire, Squishy Circuits, and Raspberry Pi titles.
She also writes informational texts for middle grade readers, including Know What to Ask: Forming Great Research Questions (with Emily Johnson) and Shared Creations: Making Use of Creative Commons (with Emily Puckett Rodgers).
Additionally, she has written for Principal Leadership, ASCD Express, Teacher Librarian, Synergy, and other publications.
Named an Emerging Leader by the American Library Association, Distinguished Alumna by the Wayne State University Library and Information Science Program, and a 2012 Library Journal Mover and Shaker, she blogs at and writes the “Nudging Toward Inquiry” column for School Library Monthly.

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Laura Hernandez Rochte

Laura Hernandez Rochte is the librarian at Mount Vernon Middle School in Mount Vernon Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University in 2002 with her Bachelor’s in PK-12 Instrumental Music Education and received her PK-12 Masters in Library Information Science degree in 2007 from Kent State University. This is her seventh year as a librarian with her initial three years teaching 7th grade General Music in Jefferson Jr. High in Toledo, Ohio. She started Tattered Pages Book Club six years ago. The club started small with 8-12 members and now has 45-50 members which probably has something to do with the Harry Potter trip she organized.

Katie Johns, pictured on the right,  is 17 years old and a junior at Mount Vernon High School. She was a member of the Tattered Pages Book Club for two of her three years in the Middle School. She went on the Harry Potter trip her 8th grade year and helped organize fundraising opportunities for it. She is an avid reader and loved Tattered Pages so much she single-handedly began a high school book club called Book Jackets. As an aspiring writer, she enjoys writing in the third person.

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Les Barnett

For almost 20 years, Les has consulted schools and districts in various states in the area of educational technology.  Whether working with a classroom teacher, district superintendent, or state level staff, Les works to identify the goals of an initiative and determine the most effective solution and plan of implementation to maximize instructional impact and effectiveness.
Though Les has experience working with literally hundreds of publishers, his focus now with is to help schools address their instructional needs in digital literacy, including online safety. Helping students become college and career ready begins in the primary grades, and equitable instruction for all students with varying levels of access and exposure to technology is a challenge for schools. Now with PARCC assessments coming, students lacking these capabilities will struggle to perform well in the new testing environment.
Les worked with Lorrie Germann and the eTech Ohio staff to roll out the EasyTech Online Safety materials statewide in 2012-13. In his work with, Les is helping Ohio educators again this year understand how to prepare students in the areas of digital citizenship.

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Linda Ehrnschwender

Linda was an special ed teacher / reading specialist for 20 years before joining the INFOhio family at LEECA as a Library Support Specialist. After 17 years supporting school libraries, she retired and is now working for INFOhio, assisting with training and documentation.  She also works at a public library reference desk and teaching computer classes.

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Liz Deskins

Liz Deskins has been a school library media specialist in central Ohio for more years than she can count on her fingers and toes combined! Some of her work at the national level includes working as an AASL lesson plan reviewer, as well as AASL task forces including: The School Librarians Role in Reading and AASL Best Websites for Teaching and Learning. Whenever Liz learns something new, she immediately wants to share it with someone else, so you may have read an article or two, or seen a webinar she has done.  

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Lorrie Germann

Lorrie Germann is the State E-Rate Coordinator with the Ohio Collaborative Services Consortium, on behalf of the Ohio Department of Education. Lorrie has 25+ years' experience in the K-12 technology field, providing technology integration into the curriculum and hardware support.  Lorrie was the Technology Coordinator at Circleville City Schools for nine years.   She has been in the position of State E-Rate Coordinator for eight years, providing assistance to both schools and public libraries throughout the state to help insure they are meeting the many requirements of the program. 

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Marcia Barnhart

Marcia Barnhart holds a M.A. Ed from The Ohio State University. She is vice president of the Ohio Association for Supervision and Curriculum (OASCD), curriculum liaison for the Ohio Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA) and ELA Consultant for the Educational Service Center of Lorain County.  After teaching high school English/humanities and chairing the English department at Groveport Madison High School, she became a middle school administrator. Her next position was with the Ohio Department of Education in the Office of Curriculum and Assessment where she served as Assistant Director of English Language Arts and supervised the development of the English Language Arts Model Curriculum aligned to the Common Core State Standards for ELA/Literacy. Before leaving ODE, her last position was as Assistant Director of Professional Development where she supervised the PD for Ohio’s New Learning Standards in all four content areas. Marcia’s expertise focuses on the implementation of the instructional shifts that are demanded by the new standards in English language arts and literacy for all content areas.

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Matt Dudas

Matt Dudas is the instructor for Computer Networking and Electronic Technology (CNET) program at Mid-East Career and Technology Centers Zanesville campus. The CNET program is one of six career-tech programs enrolled in the Senior Project at Mid-East. Matt serves on many leadership committees within the school district, one of them is the Senior Project.

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Megan Gleason

Megan Gleason has spent the last 8 years working as an Implementation Consultant with Scholastic Achievement Partners. She conducts in-person and web-based training and professional development seminars for K-12 teachers across the country.  Megan also works as an instructional coach, providing one-on-one support to increase rigor and engagement in the classroom. Prior to her work as an Implementation Consultant, Megan was a middle school Reading Intervention and Special Education teacher.   She holds a Masters in Educational Technology and a Bachelors in English and K-12 Special Education.

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Michael Roush

Michael Roush specializes in educational technology, assistive technology, and Universal Design for Learning. Michael presently works for Forward Edge, LLC, as a Technology Integration Specialist for area K-12’s, and serves as an Adjunct Professor of Education for Wilmington College. Michael previously worked for over 10 years providing school improvement and special education consulting with the Hopewell Center and Ohio Region 14 State Support Team. Michael and his wife, Angie, live in rural southwestern Ohio. They have four adult children, two in elementary school, and one grandson. Michael’s passion in education is helping every student learn to be able to define and achieve what the highest level of success means for them.

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Michael Sponhour

Michael Sponhour, who has been a communicator for more than 20 years, is a recognized expert in using social media in government and education. In addition to presenting at state and national conferences on communication topics including social media, he currently moderates a high-traffic LinkedIn group for public relations professionals and has grown the Ohio Department of Education's Twitter presence to more than 12,000 followers.

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Milena Streen

Milena Streen, MLIS, EdS is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio. She joined Saint Ignatius in 2006 as Librarian and Department Chair, advancing to VP in 2010. She was named a Crain’s CIO of Year Finalist in 2013.

Her expertise in library science combined with her knowledge of educational technology has made her a popular professional speaker and trainer. Specializing in topics from Technology, Social Media and High School to The Research Process: Collaboration and Technology in the Classroom and Library, Milena is well versed in both the education and technology fields.

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