Day: May 3, 2022

On-Demand Webinar

Future-Proofing Your Library & Classroom: Fostering Inclusivity through Digital Books

Erin Emser, MLIS, is a Content Specialist I at OverDrive Education. When Erin was a child, she frequently delivered reading lessons to her makeshift classroom of stuffed animals, so it was no surprise when she received her Bachelor’s in Secondary Education from Bowling Green State University. She spent the next five years teaching high school English to animate teenage humans in a rural school district surrounded by corn and completed her Master’s in Library and Information Sciences at Kent State University with a specialization and licensure in K-12 School Library Media. Erin enjoys helping librarians in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana build and maintain their digital collections in an effort to spread the love of education and reading to all.

Katherine Assink, MLIS, is a Content Specialist at OverDrive Education. Katherine’s love of libraries started in her middle school book club when her school librarian made them an ice cream waffle breakfast for their discussion of the book “Everything on a Waffle.” She started working for her public library as a page when she was 16 and worked there while she earned her AYA English Education degree from Baldwin Wallace University. After that she moved to Toledo, where she worked as a children’s librarian, and earned her MLIS with K-12 Licensure from Kent State University. Most recently, she worked as a youth services librarian in Cleveland Heights. With OverDrive, she works with schools in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

Morgan McCullough, MLIS, is a Content Specialist I at OverDrive Education. Morgan has worked with children, students, and books for most of her career. She got her bachelor’s degree at Ohio University and pursued her MLIS at University of Washington. She has worked in bookstores, libraries, and even a special archive. Prior to OverDrive, Morgan was the Children’s Department Manager at Loganberry Books.

Sara Douglas, MLIS, is a Content Specialist at OverDrive Education. Sara knew she wanted to be a librarian since the age of 13. She received her teaching license and degree in Middle Childhood Education from Bowling Green State University and then went on to receive her Masters in Library and Information Science from Kent State University. Sara built a school library from the ground up (figuratively; not literally) in Las Vegas and then later moved on to spending a decade as the Director of Libraries at an independent school in Mississippi. Sara now enjoys helping students and librarians all across New England with her work at OverDrive.

Sheila Henline, MLIS, is aContent Specialist II at OverDrive Education. Sheila has been with OverDrive for over 5 years. Equipped with a MLIS and SLMS, she is currently serving schools in New York in building and maintaining their digital library collections.

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