We started this blog as a way to share our thoughts about the work we are doing in our school library media centers.

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Jamie has been teaching for 14 years.  For 13 years she taught third grade and after graduating with a Master’s in Library and Information Science she now works in a school library media center in central Ohio.


Cheryl is a K-5 Library Media Specialist for Dublin City Schools.  She enjoys helping students grow through reading and using technology.  She is married to Jim and they have 4 grown children.  Her hobbies are reading, running, biking and camping.


2 Comment(s)

  1. macrush53

    February 4, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    I am really excited to have found your blog. I am a K5 teacher librarian in the Pacific Northwest. I would like to know how you are teaching keyboarding to your primary students.

    • Cheryl

      March 5, 2014 at 6:44 am

      Thanks for visiting our blog. So far we haven’t been done traditional keyboarding lessons. We try to give students a lot of time on various devices. For the younger grades, it is necessary to show keys and functions (i.e., spacebar, shift, enter, etc..)

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