Fab School Librarians You Must Follow on Twitter

Fab School Librarians You Must Follow on Twitter

Gone are the days where library was termed as uncool and bookwormish place for study.

Beth Holland from EdTechTeacher quotes "Libraries are reinventing themselves as content becomes more accessible online and their role becomes less about housing tomes and more about connecting learners and constructing knowledge. Libraries become a different kind of learning destination when schools reimagine them as open, transparent spaces that invite student communication and collaboration.

Libraries today with improved online access are considered as great source of knowledge and information for everyone. To keep a track on what librarian community is talking about, here's a Twitter list of Librarians to start with, check it out!

School Librarian @TiffanyE: Currently: K-6 elementary librarian & new mom. Previously: HS librarian. 17-at-heart; YA lit lover; PAYRC committee member; reader, teacher, learner.

Lauren Strohecker@lkstrohecker: Teacher, reader, librarian, writer, all around book-nerd.                    

Mary Schwander@mschwander: Library Media Specialist - New Hope-Solebury HS, PA; Google Certified Teacher.

congerjan @congerjan: Upper Elementary School Librarian, DEN Star, wanna be tech integrator, PSLA, PAECT, Keystone Innovator '14.

Joyce Valenza @joycevalenza:About.me, Assistant Professor Rutgers University SC&I, teacher-librarian, learner, SLJ blogger

DreamingInPurple @LibraryDLemm: Acting Library Director, MLIS Student, gamer, geek, ponderer of many things. All tweets are my own and do not reflect the opinions of any library.

SchoolLibraryJournal @sljournal: School Library Journal is the largest reviewer of kids & YA content, from books to digital. Serving up tweets: Shelley Diaz @sdiaz101 and the editors of SLJ.

BDSC School Library @bdsc_library: BDSC Library is committed to the development of independent learning for all students, ensuring they are effective users of information.

Hack Library School@hacklibschool: By, for and about LIS students.

Harvard Law Library @hlslib: News, events, and more from the Harvard Law School Library.

Unquietlibrary @unquietlibrary: This is the Creekview High School Library, one cool library! Buffy Hamilton and Roxanne Johnson are the teacher-librarians.

SherriLibrarian @SherriLibrarian: High School Librarian

Cathy Jo Nelson @cathyjo: Teacher librarian, STAR DEN Member, Edublogger, National Board Certified Teacher, Google Certified Teacher.

LG @Laura_Gruninger: Youth Services Librarian.

Tiffany Whitehead @librarian_tiff:  Teacher Librarian, Fanatical Reader, Obsessive Social Media User, Blogger, Presenter/Speaker, LJ Mover & Shaker, ISTE Emerging Leader

Stacy Ford @StacyFord77: School Librarian at Kennedy Elementary School. On a quest to create a transformative school library program.

Mary Ann Scheuer @MaryAnnScheuer: School librarian at Emerson Elementary in Berkeley, CA. Reviewer for Kirkus Reviews. Co-chair of author events at 2013 & 2015 AASL National Conference.

Running Librarian @spamrazz: elementary librarian

Melissa Depper @MelissaZD: Children's Librarian: Storytimes, early literacy, parent education, staff training, kids' books.

Jackie Parker @interactiver: Reader's Services Librarian. Books, libraries, food, parenthood, and Seattle. With irreverence.

Amy Koester@amyeileenk: Youth librarian

Katie Salo @storytimekatie: Early Literacy Librarian who loves working with teens, kids, preschoolers, toddlers, babies, & their parents.

Do share a list of librarians that you follow.

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Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.

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