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Sarah Clark, Research Librarian and Coordinator for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Center for Teaching & Learning at Windward School
Clarks works with faculty and students to develop the print and electronic collections that support the Windward community. She also collaborates with the Co-Directors of the CTL and the Assistant Librarian to teach students essential information literacy skills to help them access, navigate, and evaluate an increasingly complex set of information sources. In 2010, Sarah was the first school librarian selected to participate in the Eureka! Leadership Institute, a program hosted by the California Library Association dedicated to nurturing future leaders of California libraries. As part of her commitment, she is working in partnership with the history department to develop an integrated information literacy curriculum with the goal of preparing Windward students for college-level research and lifelong learning. This year, Sarah will also serve as President of the Independent School Library Exchange, a consortium of Southern Californian school libraries that provides ongoing professional development programs for librarians including one-day, content-based seminars on a wide range of topics. Sarah brings a varied experience that includes working at Wildwood Middle and Upper School Library, UCLA’s Ralph J. Bunche Center Library for African American Studies, and completing a Youth Services internship at Santa Monica Public Library.

Sessions by Sarah Clark
Tuesday   10-23-2012   10:30 AM – 11:15 AM   E201: The Play, the Playwright, and Your Scene: Using Google Docs, Sites, and YouTube

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