Thanks for joining us at WLA Fall Conference 2013! Check out the Side Bar for notes from this conference's business meeting and Saturday Information Power Post Conference.

Join Us in Building Partnerships for Learning!

Wyoming Library Association School Library Interest Group (formerly School Section Library Media Personnel and Teacher Librarian Interest Group)


Lori Clark-Erickson (2012) 
(term ends after 
Fall 2014

Laura Miller (2013) 
(term ends after Fall 2015 Conference)

· Oversee activity of Interest Group
· Monitor work of adhoc groups
· Ensure communication to Interest Group 
    o Use of TeachLib mailing list for       
    o Financial Report
    o Conduct business meetings at Fall     
            Conference and Information Power


Jennisen Lucas (2012)
(term ends a
fter Fall 2014 Fall Conference)

o Records notes during     
    official business meetings 
Creates semi-annual 
o Assists Co-Leaders with 
    Interest Group Activity
Mission Statement
To network, encourage and disseminate information helpful to the school library media community in Wyoming.

To improve the quality of learning in both formal and informal settings 
To support school library media personnel
  • in developing standards that promote effective use of the school library media center
  • by sharing and disseminating information, techniques, and standards
  • by informing state leadership of the importance of school libraries to the educational mission
  • by establishing and maintaining channels of communications between the organization, the profession and the public
  • by stimulating use of communication technologies throughout Wyoming
  • in assisting administrators, managers, and others responsible for planning communication technologies and materials in schools and libraries
  • by encouraging research on a statewide basis to determine current "best practices"
  • in collaborating with the State Department of Education and State Government in the formation of policies, standards, and practices in educational communications and technologies
  • in maintaining contact with agencies who are interested in educational communication and technology as well as establishing cooperation with the educational communications industry.

            Info Power, August 2012   

          Info Power at Fall WLA 2012