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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:

 

 

 

  • 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
  • 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: 17 January 2016

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