Jennifer J. Sturge
Ms. Jennifer Sturge is an adjunct professor in the College of Information Studies (iSchool) at the University of Maryland. Jennifer Joined the iSchool in 2018. Jennifer is a member of the Maryland Association of School Librarians, serves on the Awards Committee and is a member of the Executive Board, serving as Member at Large. She is also a member of the American Library Association and the American Association of School Librarians, writing a monthly blog for ALA’s Programming Librarian website with high school librarian, Donna Mignardi. Jennifer’s writing has been published in School Library Journal and Knowledge Quest and she considers herself a life long learner who wants to share her passion for libraries with the world. She firmly believes that the library is the largest classroom inside and outside of the school; and that every student and staff member should feel welcome in our school libraries. Jennifer is a 2017-2018 Lilead Fellow and considers herself fortunate to be able to work with librarians and libraries; with people and places where students are encouraged to pursue their interest and books and technology exist hand in hand.
Collaboration in school libraries between classroom educators and school libraries.
- Lilead Fellow, 2017-2018
- Post Graduate Certificate in Administration and Supervision, Towson University
- Master’s of School Library and Instructional Technology, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania
- Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Maryland State Technology Leader of the Year, 2019