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Judi Moreillon's Curriculum Vitae


Judi Moreillon:
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Certification and Preparation:

 

  • Ph.D. - Department of Language, Reading and Culture (now Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies) - University of Arizona, with a focus on media and literacy, awarded 2003
  • Master of Library Science - University of Arizona, with a focus on school librarianship, awarded 1992
  • Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California, awarded 1988
  • B.A. French Studies (Social Studies minor), University of Michigan, awarded 1972

Publications:

 

 

 

  • Asssessment Not An Option: Gathering Evidence of Effectiveness. School Library Connection, 1 (7), 28-30.
  • Book Review: Enchanted Air: Two Cultures, Two Wings: A Memoir by Margarita Engle. WOW (Worlds of Words) Review, 8 (3).
  • Making the Classroom-Library Connection. Teacher Librarian, 43 (3), 8-18.
  • Coteaching: A Strategic Evidence-based Practice for Collaborating School Librarians. School Library Connection, 1 (6), 48-50.
  • Connecting Fun with Literacy Learning (and AASL's Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. School Library Connection, 1 (5), 28-31.
  • Building Your Personal Learning Network (PLN): 21st-Century School Librarians Seek Self-Regulated Professional Development Online. Knowledge Quest, 44 (3), 64-69.
  • BYOD: Another Leadership Opportunity for School Librarians. School Library Connection, 1 (4), 47-48.
  • Books that Portray or Could Inspire Social Justice Activism. My Take/Your Take Book Dialogues with Deborah Dimmett. Worlds of Words, December 2015.
  • Experiential Learning and the School Librarian. School Library Connection, 1 (3), 13-15.
  • The Future of Learning/the Future of Teaching: What Does the School Library Research Say? School Library Connection, 1 (2), 6-9.
  • #schoollibrarians Tweet for Professional Development: A Netnographic Case Study of #txlchat. School Libraries Worldwide, 21 (2), 127-137.
  • Digital Storytelling Based on the Association for Library Service to Children Competencies: A Learning Activity to Promote Values Associated with Social Justice. Public Library Quarterly, 34 (3), 212-229.
  • Collaborative Library Stories. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(7): 25-26.
  • The Soviet Connection: Cultural Influences in Our Text and Images. Guest Blog post for WOW Currents Blog (April).
  • Increasing Interactivity in the Online Learning Environment: Using Digital Tools to Support Students in Socially Constructed Meaning-making. TechTrends, 59 (3), 41-47.
  • Tucker, D., and Moreillon, J. (2015). Collaboration for Summer Reading. Texas Library Journal, 31(7), 27-28.
  • Building Collaborative Relationships with Parents and Community. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(6): 25-26.
  • Building Collaborative Relationships with Students. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(5): 27-28.
  • Building Collaborative Relationships through Mentoring, Modeling, Outreach. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(4): 27-28.
  • Inquiry Learning and Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction: Processes that Go Hand in Hand. Knowledge Quest, 43(2): E1-E4.
  • Collaborative Relationships with Principals. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(3): 27-28.
  • Collecting and Documenting Evidence of Best Practice. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(2): 27-28.
  • Collaboration: Setting Priorities. QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly, 31(1): 29-30.
  • Leadership: Grant Writing as a Collaborative Activity. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(8): 24-25.
  • Leadership: Fixed, Flexible, and Mixed Library Scheduling. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(7): 25-26.
  • Digital Advocacy Stories: A Pedagogical Tool for Communicating and Strengthening Library Values with Ruth Nicole Hall. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 55(2): 100-111.
  • Leadership: Collaboration for Summer Reading. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(6): 24-25.
  • Leadership: Schoolwide Literacy Events. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(5): 25-26.
  • Leadership: Filtering and Social Media. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(4): 29-30.
  • Putting It All Together: Connecting to the Core through Coteaching Curriculum Standards. In S. Coatney & V. Harada (eds.), Inquiry and the Common Core: Librarians and Teachers Designing Teaching for Learning (49-66). Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.
  • Leadership: Beyond Heroes, Holidays, and Special Events. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(3): 26-27.
  • One Common Challenge--Two Different Solutions: Stories from Two Libraries with Jana Hunt and Colleen Graves. Knowledge Quest, 42(2): 38-43.
  • Leadership: School Librarian Evaluation. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(2): 24-25.
  • Preparing Stakeholders for the School Librarian's Instructional Partner Role: Whose Responsibility Is It? in K. Kennedy & L. Green (Eds.), Collaborative Models for Librarian and Teacher Partnerships (pp. 67-81). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Leadership: Teaching Digital Citizenship. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 30(1): 26-27.
  • Building Bridges for Global Understanding: Cultural Literature Collection Development and Programming. Children & Libraries, 11(2): 35-38.
  • Ready and Waiting for You (Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 2013)
  • Best of KQ: Instructional Partnerships: A Pathway to Leadership, co-edited with Susan Ballard (American Association of School Librarians, 2013)
  • A Content Analysis of School Library Conferences: A Search for Empowering Professional Development. In M. Dow (Ed.), School Libraries Matter: Views from Research. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.
  • Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Elementary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (ALA Editions, 2013)
  • Inquiry into Cultural Authenticity in Traditional Literature, WOW Currents Blog, Guest Blogger, April 2013
  • Policy Challenge: Closed for Conducting Inventory. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(8): 26-27.
  • Policy Challenge: Food in the Library. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(7): 26-27.
  • Policy Challenge: Commercial Reading Incentives. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(6): 26-27.
  • Educating for School Library Leadership: Educating for the Instructional Partner Role. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 54(1): 55-66.
  • Book Review. Son of a Gun by Ann de Graaf. WOW (Worlds of Words) Review, 5(2). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/wow-review-volume-v-issue-2/8/
  • Policy Challenge: Leveling the Library Collection. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(5): 28-29.
  • A Matrix for School Librarians: Aligning Standards, Inquiry, Reading, and Instruction. School Library Monthly, 29(4): 29-32.
  • Policy Challenge: Consequences that Restrict Borrowing. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(4): 22-23.
  • State Library Conferences as Professional Development Venues: Unbalanced Support for the AASL-defined Roles of the School Librarian with Maria Cahill and Rebecca McKee. School Library Research 15.
  • Policy Challenge: No Kindergarten Checkout until December. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(3): 26-27.
  • Reading Comprehension at the Core of the Library Program. School Library Monthly, 29(2): 2, 5-8.
  • Policy Challenge: Orientation vs. Access. QR Column, School Library Monthly, 29(2): 26-27.
  • Book Review: My Brother's Shadow by Monika Schroeder. WOW Review, 5(1) Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/wow-review-volume-v-issue-1/6/
  • Policy Challenge: Why Is the Library Closed? QR: Quick Remedies Column, School Library Monthly 28(1).
  • Before You Pack Your Bag: How to Maximize Your Professional Development Opportunities at State-level Conferences. Library Media Connection, 31(1): 48-50.
  • Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (ALA Editions, 2012).
  • The Hero's Journey in Global Literature, WOW Currents Blog, Guest Blogger, March 2012.
  • Coteaching, Co-guest Editor with Susan Ballard, Knowledge Quest 40 (4). Coteaching: A Pathway to Leadership, Podcast Interview, and April is School Library Month: You Belong @your library - A Portrait in Words and Pictures with Cassandra Barnett.
  • Preservice School Librarian Education: Practices for Developing the Instructional Partner Role, a Preliminary Report. (October 2011). Knowledge Building in the Learning Commons: Moving from Research to Practice to Close the Achievement Gap. (285-292). Conference Proceedings of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #17, Osseo, MN. Spring, TX: LMC Source. Available from, https://sites.google.com/site/treasuremountain17papers/paper-20
  • The Library Conference, an Insufficient Knowledge Builder: How the Roles of the School Librarian Are Addressed through State-level Conference Offerings with Maria Cahill and Rebecca McKee. (October 2011). Knowledge Building in the Learning Commons: Moving from Research to Practice to Close the Achievement Gap. (303-308). Conference Proceedings of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #17, Osseo, MN. Spring, TX: LMC Source. Available from, https://sites.google.com/site/treasuremountain17papers/paper-22
  • Book Review: Saraswati's Way by Monika Schroeder. WOW (Worlds of Words) Review, 4(1) Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewiv1/11/
  • Learning that Sticks: Engaged Educators + Engaged Learners with Michelle Luhtala and Christina T. Russo. School Library Monthly, 28(1), 17-20.
  • Book Review: The Cruisers by Walter Dean Myers. (2011, July). WOW Review, 3(4) Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewiii4/7/
  • Literature and Life: Rooted in Community, Growing in Knowledge (2011, May), Bimonthly Column, co-authored with Maria Cahill, School Library Monthly, 27(8), 24-26.
  • Literature and Life: Knowing Her Story (2011, March), Bimonthly Column, co-authored with Maria Cahill, School Library Monthly, 27(6), 27-29.
  • Book Review: Hidden Letters annotated by Deborah Slier and Ian Shine, translated by Marion van Binsbergen-Pritchard. WOW Review, 3(2). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewiii2/5/
  • Literature and Life: Stories of Struggle, Messages of Hope (2011, January), Bimonthly Column, co-authored with Maria Cahill, School Library Monthly, 27(4), 26-28.
  • Literature and Life: When Cultures Meet (2010, November), Bimonthly Column, co-authored with Maria Cahill, School Library Monthly, 27(2), 27-29.
  • Book Review: Tiger Moon by Antonia Michaelis. WOW Review, 2(4). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewii4/12/
  • Multicultural Conversations: Online Literature Circles Focused on Social Issues. (2010). WOW Stories, 3(1). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/stories/storiesiii1/3/
  • Book Review: My Name is Sangoel by Karen Lynn Williams and Khadra Mohammed, illustrated by Catherine Stock. WOW Review, 2(3). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewii3/9/
  • Learning and Teaching in WANDA Wiki Wonderland: Literature Circles in the Digital Commons with Jennifer Hunt and Sarah Ewing. (2009). Teacher Librarian, 37(2), 23-28.
  • Reading and the Library Program. Knowledge Quest, 38(2), 23-30.
  • Getting Off the Ground Floor: Back-to-School Elevator Speeches with Kristin Fontichiaro. Knowledge Quest, 38(1), 74-76.
  • Show Them What We Do: Strategies for Collaborative Teaching. (2009). In K. Fontichiaro, ed., 21st-Century Learning in School Libraries. (pp. 218-220). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC CLIO.
  • Coteaching Published Lesson Plans: A Recipe for Success? (2009). In K. Fontichiaro, ed., 21st-Century Learning in School Libraries. (pp. 227-228). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC CLIO.
  • Reading4Life@your library: The School Library Media Specialist's Role in Reading. School Library Monthly 26(1), 17-20.
  • Interview with Nick Glass, Member of the 2009 Newbery Award Committee: WOW Currents Blog, July 2009.
  • Book Review: Leaving Glorytown: One Boy's Struggle Under Castro Written by Eduardo F. Calcines. WOW Review, 1(3). Available from, http://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/reviewi4/8/
  • Coteaching Published Lesson Plans: A Recipe for Success? (2009, January). School Library Media Activities Monthly, 25(5), 29-30.
  • Teaching and Assessing the Dispositions: A Garden of Opportunity (with Kristin Fontichario), Knowledge Quest, 37(2), 64-67.
  • Two Heads Are Better than One: Influencing Preservice Classroom Teachers' Understanding and Practice of Classroom-Library Collaboration. School Library Media Research 11.
  • Brian Wildsmith's Magical World of Color. (2008, Fall). Interview Article. Children and Libraries, 6(2), 40-44.
  • Position Yourself at the Center: Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies. (June 2008). Teacher Librarian, 35(5), 27-34.
  • What a Character! (2008, May). Classroom Connections. Book Links 17(5), 49-53.
  • Words Are Like Faces: An Exploration into Language and Communication. (2008, April). Lesson Plan. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(8), 10-11.
  • Advocacy: A Testof Character. (September/October 2007). Guest Co-Editor. Knowledge Quest, 36(1). Is There a Teacher-Librarian Worldview: This We Believe (with Ann Ewbank), 12-15, and Preservice Teacher-Librarian Education: Learning the Character of an Advocate (with Jo Ellen Misakian), 20-23.
  • Two Heads Are Better than One: The Factors Influencing Preservice Classroom Teachers' Understanding and Practice of Classroom-Library Collaboration. (October 2007). Into the Center of the Curriculum: Conference Proceedings of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #13, Reno, NV. Spring, TX: LMC Source.
  • Show Them What We Do: Strategies for Collaborative Teaching. (2007). School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(1), 45-47.
  • Tricking the Trickster: Recording and Comparing Story Elements. (2007). School Library Media Activities Monthly, 24(1), 13-14.
  • Making Stone Soup with a Spoon Full of Sugar. (2007). Arizona Reading Journal, 33(2), 27-30.
  • Collaborative Strategies for Teaching Reading Comprehension: Maximizing Your Impact (ALA Editions, 2007) .
  • The 65% Solution Is No Solution for Schools or for Library Media Centers, co-authored with Ann Ewbank. (2006). School Library Media Activities Monthly, 23(10), 22-24.
  • Two Heads Are Better than One: The Factors Influencing the Understanding and Practice of Classroom-Library Collaboration: Preliminary Report on the Pilot Study. (October 2005). Understanding in the Library: Conference Proceedings of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #12, Pittsburgh, PA. Spring, TX: LMC Source.
  • Sharing Your Professional Work: Publish for IRA's ReadWriteThink.org. (2005). Arizona Reading Journal, 31(2), 16-18.
  • Behind the Masks: Exploring Culture and Self through Art and Poetry. (2004). ReadWriteThink.org. Available from, www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/behind-masks-exploring-culture-395.html
  • On Our Minds, co-authored with Sandy Schuckett. (2003). KQWeb, 32(2).
  • Read to Me/Vamos a leer. (2004). New York: Star Bright Books.
  • The Candle and the Mirror: One Author's Journey. (2003). In K. G. Short and D. L. Fox (Eds.), Stories Matter: Cultural Authenticity in Children's Literature (pp. 61-77). Urbana, IL: NCTE.
  • Digital Discussion: La Esperanza in the Shared Virtual Classroom. (2003). Reading Online, 6(10). Available from, www.readingonline.org/articles/art_index.asp?HREF=/articles/moreillon2/
  • Introducing the Southwest Children's Literature Web Site. (2003). Arizona Reading Journal, 29(2), 39-40.
  • Peace Poems and Picasso Doves: Literature, Art, Technology, and Poetry. (2003). ReadWriteThink.org. Available from, www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/peace-poems-picasso-doves-93.html
  • Build a 21st-Century Literacy Learning Community with your School's Web Site. (2001). Arizona Reading Journal, 28(1), 13-15.
  • Electronic Literacy for Preservice Classroom Teachers: A Critical Stance for 21st-Century Teacher Educators.(2001). Southern Arizona Review, 3.
  • What Does Technology Have to Do With It? Integrating Technology Tools into A Children's Literature Course. (2001, September). Reading Online, 5(2). Available from, www.readingonline.org/articles/art_index.asp?HREF=/articles/moreillon/index.html
  • Sabino Canyon: The Web of Life. (Launched 2001). Web site to support the study of ecology in the Sonoran Desert (includes an Ecology WebQuest).
  • Stories within Stories.(2000). Book Links, 9(5), 10-13.
  • Building Bridges: A Fourth Grade Cultural Exchange. (2000). Arizona Reading Journal, 26(2), 9-10.
  • Southwest Children's Literature Web Site. (Launched 1999). Book reviews, student voices, and lesson plans for Southwest-themed children's and adolescent literature.
  • Building a School Web Site with Virtual Architecture. (1999). Knowledge Quest. No longer accessible online.
  • The Candle and the Mirror: One Author's Journey.(1999). The New Advocate, 12(2), 127-140.
  • Sing Down the Rain. (1997). Walnut, CA: Kiva Publishing.

Research Interests:
  • Increasing interactivity using digital tools in the online teaching environment
  • Preservice school and public librarian children's librarians preparation
  • Reciprocal mentorship between school librarians and classroom teachers via coteaching
  • Influencing preservice teachers' and principals' understanding of classroom-library collaboration for instruction
  • Coteaching as job-embedded professional development
  • Factors that influence preservice and first-year classroom teachers' understanding and practice of classroom-library collaboration (longitudinal study completed May 2007)

    Other Interests:
  • Critical literacy transactions with young adult and children's literature
  • Technology tools and Web publication in preservice teacher education (Example: Southwest Children's Literature Web Site)
  • Technology tool impact on teaching and learning reform in higher education (Dissertation research)

Teaching
and Professional Experience:

 

 

  • Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, Texas Woman's University (TWU SLIS), Denton, Texas, 2015 - forward
  • Principal Investigator, Literacy Matters: Educating Librarians to Serve Families with Young Children, Institute for Museum and Library Services Grant, 2013 - Present
  • Assistant Professor, TWU SLIS, 2009-2015
  • Teacher-Librarian, Emily Gray Junior High/Tanque Verde High School, Tanque Verde Unified School District, Tucson, Arizona, 2008-2009
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Arizona (UA), IRLS 521: Children's and Young Adult Literature in a Multicultural Society, Fall, 2008
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, UA, IRLS 481/581: School Library Administration and Organization, Fall 2006, Fall 2007
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Lead Faculty, Undergraduate Elementary Teacher Preparation Program, Northern Arizona University (NAU), Tucson Campus, 2004 - 2006
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, NAU, ECI 307: Social Studies in the Elementary Classroom, 2005, 2006; ECI 309: Literacy I, 2004, 2005; ECI 321: Elementary School Curriculum, 2005, 2006; EDF 301w: School and Society, 2004, 2005
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, UA, LRC 585: Literature for Adolescents, 2004, 2006
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, NAU, ECI 602: Advanced Children's Literature, 2004
  • Teacher-Librarian, Sabino High School, Tucson Unified School District (TUSD), 2002 - 2003
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, UA, LRC 480/580: Children's Literature in the Classroom, 2003
  • Literacy Coach, Van Buskirk Elementary School, TUSD, 2001 - 2002
  • Instructor, UA, LRC 480: Children's Literature in the Classroom, 1999, 2000, 2002
  • Instructor, UA, IRLS 696D: Current Resources in School Libraries, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001
  • Teacher-Librarian, Gale Elementary School, TUSD, 1997 - 2001
  • Teacher-Librarian Mentor, TUSD, 1998 - 1999 and 2000 - 2001
  • Teacher-Librarian, Corbett Elementary (Tucson Unified), Elvira and Los Niños Elementary (Sunnyside School District) 1991 - 1997

Selected Refereed
Presentations:









  • Note: See my wiki for preK-12-focused presentations and workshops.
  • Maximizing Your Impact presentations
  • Coming Soon: Crowdsourcing: The New Bake Sale for Libraries, Texas Library Association Conference, April 2016
  • Strategies for Increasing Interactivity in the Online Environment Using ApprenNet.com with Tamby Allman for the Provost's Spotlight on Good Teaching Series, Center for Faculty Excellence, Texas Woman's University, March 2016 (Presentation Archive: http://tinyurl.com/jmtacfeapprennet)
  • Jazz Beats: Integrating Poetry, Art, Music, and Literature into an Inquiry Unit, Spicola Forum in Reading, Texas Woman's University, March 2016
  • ApprenNet.com: An Interactive Tool for Online Learning, Innovative Pedagogies Panel Presentation. Radical Change: Inclusion & Innovation: Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Boston, Massachusetts, January 2016.
  • Designing a Capstone Project to Embed Preservice Public Library Children's Librarians in the Community. Works-in-Progress Poster Session. Radical Change: Inclusion & Innovation: ALISE, Boston, Massachusetts, January 2016.
  • Literacy Matters: Strategies for Preparing Future Public Library Children's Librarians for Exemplary Community-based Family Literacy Services, IMLS Conference, New Orleans, Louisianna, November 2015.
  • Coteaching Inquiry Learning and Reading Comprehension Strategies: A Perfect Match, American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Columbus, Ohio, November, 2015
  • The Learning Commons: A Strategic Opportunity for School Librarians, Treasure Mountain Research Retreat, Columbus, Ohio, November 2015.
  • School Librarians Take Reciprocal Mentoring Online with #txlchat, Library 2.015 Online Worldwide Conference, October 2015. Archive available via Blackboard Collaborate.
  • Educating Heads, Hearts, and Hands: Educating Public Librarians to Serve Families with Young Children. Panel Presentation: Transform Storytime into Family Literacy Programming. Texas Library Association Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, April 2015.
  • Digital Advocacy Storytelling to Promote Library Values. Contributed Paper. Texas Library Association Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, April 2015.
  • School librarians tweet for Connections, Community, and Professional Development: A Netnographic Case Study of #txlchat. International Association of School Librarians. Regional Conference, Austin, Texas, April 2015.
  • Moreillon, J. & Mathis, J. How Can Young People Benefit from Reading Iinternational Children's and Young Adult Books. Spicola Forum in Reading, Denton, Texas, March 2015.
  • Digital Storytelling Based on the Association for Library Service to Children Competencies: A Learning Activity to Promote Values Associated with Social Justice, Youth Services SIG, ALISE Conference, Chicago, Illinois, January 2015
  • Strategies for Increasing Interactivity in the Online Learning Environment, Teaching & Learning Symposium, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas, August 2014
  • Educating for the School Librarian's Instructional Partner Role. American Association of Educational Researchers Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 2013
  • Adult Learners in the Learning Commons: The Elephant in the Room. Treasure Mountain Research Retreat 19, Hartford, Connecticut, November 2013
  • Conferences as Professional Development Opportunities for School Librarians: Extending the Reach of the University Classroom and Expanding Horizons for School Library Candidates and Practitioners with Maria Cahill. Extending Our Reach: Expanding Horizons, Creating Opportunities. ALISE Annual Conference & Exhibition, Dallas, Texas, January 2012
  • Developing the Instructional Partner Role: Expanding the Impact of the University Classroom. Extending Our Reach: Expanding Horizons, Creating Opportunities. ALISE Annual Conference & Exhibition, Dallas, Texas, January 2012
  • Preservice School Librarian Education: Practices for Developing the Instructional Partner Role, a Preliminary Report with Maria Cahill and Rebecca McKee, Treasure Mountain Research Retreat 17, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 2011

Awards:

 

Professional Organizations:

 

Advocacy:
  • Children and Libraries, Advisory Board Chair, 2015-2016
  • Knowledge Quest Editorial Board, American Association of School Librarians, 2011-2012, Chair 2012-2014
  • AASL Common Core State Standards Task Force, 2013-2014
  • State Ambassador for Texas: United States Board on Books for Young People (USBBY), 2011-2013
  • Bridge to Understanding Award Committee, Chair, USBBY, 2011-2013
  • Bridge to Understanding Award Committee, USBBY, 2011-2011
  • American Association of University Women, Denton Chapter, 2009-present
  • AASL National School Library Media Program of the Year Award Committee, 2009-2010
  • ALSC Pura Belpré Book Award Committee, 2009-2010
  • WOW: International Collection of Children's and Young Adult Literature, Board of Advisors, University of Arizona, 2007-present
  • AASL Library Media Specialist's Role in Reading Task Force, Chair, 2008-2009 - The School Library Media Specialist's Role in Reading Position Statement
  • AASL Standards and Guidelines Implementation Task Force, 2007-2009
  • Committee for the Conference on Children's and Young Adult Literature and Literacy, University of Arizona, 1999-2007
  • Committee to Select the Lacapa Spirit Prize in Southwest Children's Literature, 2007
  • ALSC Liaisons to National Organizations Serving Children and Youth, 2006-2008
  • AASL Task Force on School Librarian Classification, 2006-2007
  • AASL Nominations Committee, 2005
  • Chair, Campaign to Save Arizona's School Libraries
  • Teacher Library Division (TLD) of the Arizona Library Association (AzLA) Chair and AASL Affiliate Assembly Delegate, 2002-2003
  • AASL @your library Task Force, 2002-2004
  • AASL Recruitment to the Profession Task Force, 2001-2003
  • TLD Chair-Elect, 2001-2002
  • TLD Arizona Teacher-Librarian Certification Legislation Task Force Chairperson, 2001-2003
  • AZLA Legislative Committee, TLD representative, 2000-2002
  • Advocate, Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning, Arizona Implementation, 1998-99
  • Chairperson, Tucson Unified School District Librarians Professional Development Committee, 1995-6, 1996-97
  • AzLA School of Library Science Advisory Committee, TLD representative, 1993-95
  • Chairperson, TUSD, "Information Literacy: Education for the 21st Century" Position Paper, 1994-95

Contact Judi Moreillon at: info@storytrail.com

Updated: 9 April 2016

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