Jennifer Sturge, a resident of Prince Frederick, Md., was recently published in Knowledge Quest, a journal of the American Association of School Librarians, for her article “Library Leadership: A Seat at the Table,” which focused on remote digital learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sturge is an Ed.D. in leadership and administration doctoral student at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pa., and a specialist for school libraries and digital learning for Calvert County Public Schools.
She lives in Prince Frederick with her husband, Karl, and children, Jack and Kate Sturge.
“The most important thing that happened in regard to our school librarians and my work as a librarian, is that we were leaders in moving our remote learning forward. We met on leaderships teams and with administrators to devise a plan to bring virtual resources and learning about virtual resources to our teachers. And, I led that charge!” Sturge said.
Read the full profile on Sturge here:
Ed.D. Student Serving as a Leader in Digital Learning, Published in National School Librarian Journal