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Watch Carrie Gardner’s Copyright Presentation from the March Session of ILEAD USA!

Carrie GardnerDid you miss ILEAD USA’s  live stream of Carrie Gardner?
Miller gave a presentation on Copyright.  Watch the recording here.

For over twenty years Dr. Gardner has been the Principal Consultant at Clairmaxine, a consulting firm that focuses on educating librarians, educators, members of media, and the public about intellectual freedom, intellectual property and privacy. Dr. Gardner has presented over 250 seminars, workshops, and keynote addresses both nationally and internationally.  She has written numerous peer reviewed articles and book chapters on intellectual freedom and privacy.

She has taught the intellectual freedom seminar course for the library school at San Jose State University since 2002.  She has also worked as a student retrospective conversation cataloger in an academic library, a public librarian, a school librarian at both the high school and elementary levels, as a professor of library science at two ALA accredited library schools, and as a full time consultant.

Dr. Gardner has assumed dozens of leadership positions in numerous professional associations.  She has served as chair of the ALA Intellectual Freedom Roundtable twice, as a member of the ALA Intellectual Freedom Committee, as chair of the Pennsylvania School Librarians

Association intellectual Freedom Committee, treasurer of the American Association of School Librarians, chair of the AASL/SIRS Intellectual Freedom Award, and many others.

She is a member of numerous professional associations including but not limited to the International Literacy Association, the American Library Association, the Young Adult Library Services Association, the American Association of School Librarians, and the Association for Library Services to Children. She is also a member of the ALA Intellectual Freedom round table.

Carrie Gardner’s formal education includes:

*A B.S. in Library Science and education from Millersville University,

*An M.L.S. in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh,

*An M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Temple University,

*M.Ed. in Reading from Edinboro University, and a

*A Ph.D. in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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