Mark J. Roquet


Mark Roquet is a librarian in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is interested in information and media literacy, culturally responsive library programming, and digital civics. Recently, he has focused on applying critical librarianship to school library instruction around information literacy and digital citizenship.

Mark has a Masters in Library and Information Science from Wayne State University and a B.A. in American History from San Francisco State University. He has worked in school, law, and special libraries, and has consulted with academic and public libraries on open access publishing, digital archives, and community outreach.

Amidst the cherry blossoms in Washington, DC

Recent Experience

Outreach and Programming Librarian - Yolo County Library

Davis, California


Head Librarian - The Seven Hills School

Walnut Creek, California

2014 - 2019

Scholarly Communications Consultant- Bepress

Berkeley, California


Assistant Librarian - Golden Oak Elementary School

Shafter, CA


Professional Service

Membership and Communications Director - Bay Area Independent School Librarians


Treasurer - Friends of the Benicia Public Library


Webmaster - Friends of the Richmond Public Library


Training and Certifications

KQED Media Literacy Innovator

KQED - 2019

Media Literacy at Your Library Training

American Library Association - 2019

Mastering Group Facilitation

California Teacher Development Collaborative - 2018

NAIS Equity Design Lab

National Association of Independent Schools - 2018

Common Sense Media Certified Educator

Common Sense Media - 2017

Strategic Diversity Institute

Jones and Associates - 2017

The Art of Coaching

Bay Area Coaching Network - 2016

Contact Information

mark roquet @ gmail dot com