Shannon McClintock Miller Named a Spokesperson for Future Ready Librarians, Project Connect

Feb 6, 2017

Library Industry Leader Looks to Further Empower Librarians, Teachers

January 30, 2017 – Washington, DC and McHenry, IL —

Shannon McClintock Miller, a recognized and respected K-12 library leader, is a new spokesperson for Future Ready Librarians and Project Connect. Miller previously served as the district teacher librarian at Van Meter Community School District in Iowa for eight years, and currently is an international speaker and author of an award-winning blog.Followed widely on social media by librarians and education advocates, Miller has long been dedicated to Future Ready Schools initiatives that underscore the expertise of the librarian and the importance of including library staff in all curriculum and teaching decisions as districts make the transition to digital learning.

– See more at: http://www.follettlearning.com/about-us/news/press-releases/shannon-mcclintock-miller-spokesperson#sthash.VJzSqfrY.dpuf

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