Lilead Project Inspires Transformative Change by Empowering Fellows to Think Differently, Take Risks, and Develop Problem-Solving Skills

Lilead Project Inspires Transformative Change by Empowering Fellows to Think Differently, Take Risks, and Develop Problem-Solving Skills

From left to right: Christie Kodama, Jeffrey DiScala,  and Ann Carlson Weeks.Lilead Project Team investigators, Dr. Ann Carlson Weeks, professor of the Practice and Christie Kodama, Ph.D. student in the University of Maryland College of Information Studies, along with Dr. Jeffrey DiScala, assistant professor in the Darden College of Education at Old Dominion University took the stage at the 2018 School Library Journal, SLJ, Summit’s “Leadership Secrets from the Lilead Project.”  

The team presented its initiative that provides a second cohort of 18 librarians from around the country with long-term professional development throughout the year during in-person and online meetings to accomplish their goal of transformative change. The project seeks to empower its fellows to think differently, take risks, and develop problem-solving skills.

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