Len Bryan currently serves as the Library Technical Systems Manager for Denver Public Schools, where he leads the District technical services team in providing access to district library resources, including books, e-books, databases, and curated collections of realia and online learning materials. He is the former district media specialist in Hillsboro School District in Oregon, where he was responsible for innovation in the district and campus media center programs for 35 campuses, serving over 20,000 students. He is also the former School Program Coordinator for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. In Texas, he was primarily responsible for the successful implementation of the TexQuest K-12 digital resources program, and was also responsible for the Agency’s involvement in school library standards and school librarian certification for over 1,200 school districts and 5.4 million students. He has has served as a middle school and high school librarian, opening a 3,500 student high school in Round Rock Independent School District, just north of Austin, Texas. Before becoming a librarian, he taught English and coached girls’ athletics at the middle school and high school levels in Texas and Louisiana for over a decade.
Curate (Shared Foundations Series)
This title will be available Summer 2020. You may place an order and the item will be shipped when it becomes available.
AASL authors will appear at the 2019 AASL National Conference, November 14–16 in Louisville, KY.
- About the Author
Part of the Shared Foundations series, this book examines effective implementation of the Shared Foundation Curate from the National School Library Standards. Currently in development, this book is scheduled to be published in Summer 2020. You may place an order and the item will be shipped when it becomes available.