Office of Library Information Services

The Office of Library Information Services provides leadership in developing PreK-12 school library media programs to support student achievement.  It ensures that students and teachers have equitable access to an organized and centrally managed collection of library resources, instructional materials, and information technologies in order to improve instruction, accelerate student learning, and facilitate student critical thinking, problem solving, and research. 

The mission of the library media program of instruction is to prepare students as “knowledge workers”
by integrating information and technology literacy skills with all curricular content.  The library media specialist is the catalyst that inspires students to choose reading for pleasure by providing an age/level appropriate and current collection of reading materials.  It provides comprehensive services related to the organization and management of print, digital, video-on-demand resources, and related information technologies to provide equitable instruction and access by the educational community to information resources that support teaching and learning.

Additionally, the Office of Library Information Services:

Fran Glick 
Supervisor, Dept of Digital Learning
410 887-4035

Kelly Ray
Resource Teacher, Dept. of Digital Learning
410 887-4035


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