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Welcome to Learning Libraries 3.0!


the official wiki of the Maryland Learning Libraries project, 2007-08



Our goal:  Teams from Maryland library organizations develop a shared understanding of Principles of Learning Libraries and use them to plan, implement and evaluate a project that results in positive change within their respective library systems. Participants will continue to use the tools learned to create positive change.



Our road map to get there                                                                                       

Participant's Home Base



Our year of Learning Libraries projects drew to a close in November, 2008.  Teams from across the state met to share the stories about their projects.  The Allegany team developed this PhotoStory to share reports from all sixteen teams.


Learning Libraries 3.0 Planning Team Members:


Debby Bennett, Caroline County Public Library 

Mary Hastler, Baltimore County Public Library    

Pat Hofmann, Calvert Library                             

Dolores Maminski, Frederick County Public Libraries

Lisa McKenney, Allegany County Library

Nini Beegan, Division of Library Development and Services, Maryland State Department of Education (DLDS liaison)

Gail Griffith, Carroll County Public Library (facilitator)  gailg@carr.org







This project is made possible with funding by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services, through the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Library Development and Services.








Comments (2)

Anonymous said

at 10:04 am on May 2, 2008

I just wanted to introduce myself to the learning libraries group. I'm taking over Atif Gaddis' position at the Wicomico County public library. I'm also a graduate student in library science at the University of Pittsburgh.
I'm very excited to be a part of this group!

Anonymous said

at 9:21 pm on May 19, 2008

We are glad to have Scott on our team!

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