10 tips for creating a virtual library during school closures

Shannon McClintock Miller, innovation director for Iowa’s Van Meter Community School District and a featured speaker for FETC®, discusses how to share library resources and online literacy opportunities in a virtual library for teachers, learners and families
By: | April 6, 2020
Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School in Iowa.

Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School in Iowa. She is a featured speaker for FETC.

Shannon McClintock Miller is the innovation director of instructional technology and library media at Van Meter Community School District in Iowa. She is also the Future Ready Librarians spokesperson, working with librarians, educators and students around the world as an international speaker, consultant and author. McClintock Miller is a featured speaker for FETC.

McClintock Miller has been gathering and carefully curating library resources and online literacy opportunities for teachers, learners and families, during school closures due to COVID-19. She offers 10 tips for sharing all of those resources through a virtual library, using Buncee, which is providing free access for schools. Click here to read more.


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