Instructional Technology and Library Services

Welcome to the Instructional Technology and Library Services website. 
Our mission is to provide the tools, training, and support necessary for all students to develop digital literacy skills necessary for 21st century citizenship.

Adams 12 Digital Literacy Skills 

Director of Instructional Technology and Library Services
Julie Bowline - Classroom teaching experience at the elementary and middle level combined with computer programming experience helped Julie Bowline develop a passion for instructional technology and information literacy. After graduating with an elementary education degree and teaching for several years in Oklahoma, Julie left education to explore computer programming in the oil and gas industry. Years later she earned a Master's degree in Computer Education from Cardinal Stritch University and returned to teaching in Wisconsin where she explored how instructional technology extends learning opportunities for students. 

After moving to Colorado in 2006 Julie taught middle school for one semester before joining the Adams 12 Instructional Technology and Library Services department.  Julie completed the Johns Hopkins/International Society for Technology in Education program, which led to a certificate in School Supervision and Administration.
Library Services Coordinator


Instructional Technology Coordinator

Anna Otto
- After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Human Development, Anna Otto began her teaching career in California and simultaneously earned her MA in Interdisciplinary Education. She taught for 7 years as an elementary teacher and 4 years as a middle school technology teacher. She has also worked with CU Boulder to help reinvent computer science in public schools, teach computational thinking skills, and increase female and minority interest in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math). In 2010, Anna was nominated for CSIA’s Apex Award for Top Tech Teacher and earned her School Principal endorsement the following year. After working for a year as an Instructional Technology Trainer, Anna joined Adams 12 in 2012. She enjoys helping others learn the power of technology and believes instruction should be hands-on, practical, and relevant.
Instructional Technology Coordinator
Joelle Warsh - Joelle has been working in Instructional Technology for over 15 years.  She has her BS in Elementary Education and a Masters in Educational Technology.  She taught third grade for 8 years before becoming an Instructional Technology Coordinator back in Ohio. Joelle moved to sunny Colorado in 2010, where she taught technology courses in Denver Public Schools and Jefferson County before coming to work at Adams 12. Joelle lives in Denver with her husband and her dog. She loves skiing, reading and of course helping teachers integrate technology into their curriculum.


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