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Fran Glick

Coordinator, Library Media Programs
Baltimore County Public Schools

Fran Glick is a career educator in Baltimore County Public Schools. In her three decades in education her experience as an elementary classroom teacher, elementary and high school library media specialist, and central office professional have shaped her passions in instructional technology, school libraries, and teaching and learning. In her current role she supervises and leads work in school libraries and the effective use of technology in teaching and learning. Her expertise and experience guides her as she shapes policy, designs and delivers professional learning, and collaborates inside and outside of her district. She holds a master’s degree in in instructional technology from Towson University, a certificate in administration and supervision from Langston University, and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Loyola University Maryland. Long active in the national school library community she has served on the Standards and Indicators Taskforce and the Standards in Action Taskforce for the American Association of School Librarians. She is a thought partner in the Future Ready Librarians leadership team. Glick is a passionate advocate for re-imagining school librarians and libraries and leveraging technology to support teaching and learning.

Computers in Libraries 2018

Tuesday April 17, 2018

10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

E101: Creating an Award-Winning School Library Program

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