Barbara K. Stripling is presently the Director of the Office of Library Services for the New York City Department of Education, the largest system of public schools in the U.S. She has been a classroom teacher of English and drama, a school library media specialist for grades K-12, Library Power Director in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and a Director of Instructional Services for the Fayetteville, Arkansas, public schools.

Articles & Documents Online:
Stripling, Barbara (Summer 2009). Teaching Inquiry with Primary Resources. TPS Quarterly (Featured article), Library of Congress.

Stripling, Barbara (Spring 1995). Learning Centered Libraries: Implications from Research. School Library Media Quarterly; 23(3).

Stripling, Barbara (Summer 1997). Library Power: A Model for School Change. School Library Media Quarterly; 25(4).

Selected Books:
Stripling, Barbara K. and Hughes-Hassell, Sandra, Eds. (2003). Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Libraries Unlimited.

Stripling, Barbara K., Ed. (1999). Learning and Libraries in an Information Age: Principles and Practice. Libraries Unlimited.

Stripling, Barbara K. & Pitts, Judy M. (1998). Brainstorms and Blueprints: Teaching Library Research as a Thinking Process. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc.

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