Presentations

Croft, M. L. (2022, March 10). Equipping school leaders to support media specialists [Conference session]. South Carolina Association of School Librarians Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Croft, M. L. (2022, March 9). Cultivating expertise in multiple literacies [Conference session]. South Carolina Association of School Librarians Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Croft, M. L. (2021, October 22). Research empowering practice: Standards & literacy - Enabling school librarians to serve as instructional leaders of multiple literacies [Conference session]. American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Croft, M. L. (2021, October 22). Cultivating expertise in multiple literacies [Conference session]. American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Barnhart, A., & Croft, M. L. (2021, October 7). LibraryDen: A tool for learning about research and information literacy pedagogy [Conference session]. Georgia Libraries Conference, Virtual.

Lewis, M. (2021, July 13). Enabling school librarians to serve as instructional leaders of multiple literacies [Conference session]. International Association of School Librarianship 2021 Annual Conference, Virtual.

Lewis, M. (2021, June 8). Enabling media specialists to serve as instructional leaders of multiple literacies [Conference session]. Georgia Library Media Association Summer Institute, Savannah, GA.

Barnhart, A., Insenga, A., Gezon, L., Lewis, M., & Parker, M. (2021, May 19). "I definitely learned a lot": LibraryDen's pilot year and what's next [Panel discussion]. University of West Georgia Innovations in Pedagogy Conference, Virtual.

Carroll, K., Lewis, M., Kordeliski, A., Stewart, C., & Pakowski, K. (2021, Apr. 13). The rules still apply: Information literacy during a pandemic [Panel discussion]. American Association of School Librarians Town Hall, Virtual.

Barnhart, A., Lewis, M., & Parker, M. (2021, Mar. 26). Test driving the pilot: Experiencing and creating and using a digital information literacy course [Conference session]. Georgia International Conference Information Literacy, Virtual.

Lewis, M. (2020). The power of the paraprofessional library assistant. California School Library Association Conference, City of Industry, CA.

Lewis, M. (2020). Cultivating expertise in multiple literacies. California School Library Association Conference, City of Industry, CA.

Lewis, M. (2020). Critical reflection for school library leaders. California School Library Association Conference: Administrative Leadership Day 2020, City of Industry, CA.

Lewis, M. (2019). School librarians can (and should) be valued instructional leaders! American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Louisville, KY.

Lewis, M. (2019). Media specialists can (and should) be valued instructional leaders! Georgia Library Media Association Summer Institute, Peachtree City, GA.

Lewis, M. (2019). Instructional coaches vs. teacher librarians: Administrators’ perspectives. California School Library Association Conference, City of Industry, CA.

Lewis, M. (2019). Developing the instructional leadership role of the teacher librarian. California School Library Association Conference, City of Industry, CA.

Lewis, M. (2018). A collective case study to examine administrators’ instructional leadership perspective of the role of instructional coaches and teacher librarians. The International Association of School Librarianship Virtual Research Conference.

Lewis, M., & Petropulos, M. (2018). Certificated librarians & classified librarians: What's the difference? California School Library Association Conference, Fish Camp, CA.

Lewis, M. (2018). The instructional leadership role of the teacher librarian. California School Library Association Conference. Fish Camp, CA.

Lewis, M. (2017). Recruiting and equipping qualified candidates. California Department of Education: County Office of Education Library and Media Leaders Fall Summit, Sacramento, CA.

Lewis, M. (2017). What about math? California School Library Association Conference, Rohnert Park, CA.

Lewis, M., & Petropulos, M. (2016). Instructional leadership: The role of the teacher librarian in California schools. Fresno Pacific University EdTips Webinar, Fresno, CA.

Lewis, M., & Petropulos, M. (2016). Teacher librarians: The key to student success in CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy. California Reading Association Professional Development Institute, Visalia, CA.

Lewis, M. (2016). The digital shift: Surviving the transition to 1:1. California School Library Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Lewis, M. (2015). The digital revolution: Teacher librarians & mobile learning programs. American Association of School Librarians Conference, Columbus, OH.

Lewis, M. (2015). The digital revolution: The call for teacher librarians to lead the transition to digital learning. California School Library Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Lewis, M. (2014). The digital revolution: A journey through the implementation of BYOD and 1:1 programs. Fresno Pacific University Teacher Librarian Leadership Day, Fresno, CA.

Lewis, M. (2014). The digital revolution: A journey through the implementation of BYOD and 1:1 programs. California School Library Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Lewis, M. (2014). Rigor, relevance, & relationships in the library. California School Library Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Lewis, M. (2011). Rigor, relevance, & relationships in the library. California School Library Association Conference, Pasadena, CA.

Bernier, R., & Lewis, M. (2011). Enhance student learning with AASL’s Standards for the 21st-Century lesson plan database. California School Library Association Conference, Pasadena, CA.

Lewis, M., & Meader, M. J. (2011). Destiny tips & tricks. Central Valley CUE Spring Conference, O'Neals, CA.

Lewis, M. (2010). Rigor, relevance, & relationships in the library. California School Library Association Conference, Sacramento, CA.

Alvarado, A., Lewis, M., & Mann, K. (2010). Rigor & relevance in research. Central Valley's Region VII 5th Annual Literacy Conference, Fresno, CA.

Lewis, M. (2010). Using WebQuests for collaborative cross-curricular units. Central Valley CUE Spring Conference, Fresno, CA.

Lewis, M. (2010). Destiny tips & tricks. Central Valley CUE Spring Conference, Fresno, CA.

Lewis, M. (2010). Weaving 21st century skills into collaborative cross-curricular units. Fresno Pacific University Teacher Librarian Leadership Day, Fresno, CA.

Alvarado, A., & Lewis, M. (2010). Best practices in rigor, relevance and relationships. Central Valley Educational Leadership Institute Exemplary Practices in Education Conference, California State University, Fresno.

Lewis, M. (2009). Creating collaborative cross-curricular units. California School Library Association Conference Ontario, CA.

Lewis, M. (2009). Creating Good Ideas! Santa Clara County Office of Education 7th Annual Library Summer Camp, San Jose, CA.