AUTHORS > ANNETTE LAMB
Annette Lamb has been a school library media specialist, computer teacher, and professor of education and library science. She currently teaches online courses for Indiana University - Indianapolis.
In addition to online teaching, Dr. Lamb writes, speaks, and conducts professional development workshops, presentations, and keynotes throughout North America and is well-known for her realistic approaches to technology integration and information inquiry. In addition to working on state and national-level grant projects, she enjoys spending time with administrators, teachers, and individual school districts, universities, and museums focusing on practical, technology-rich approaches to teaching and learning.
Annette received her Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Iowa State University. Her roots in library, media, and technology are reflected in her passion for interdisciplinary approaches, reading and writing across the curriculum, and using a variety of resources from books to the Internet.
Annette's numerous articles and over a dozen books are valuable resources for educators. Her popular website, Eduscapes.com, includes a wide range of award-winning, free resources for educators including 42explore, Teacher Tap, Literature Ladders, Activate, Naturescapes, Multimedia Seeds and escrapbooking.com. She loves to share her ideas with others. All of her sessions and workshops are available at http://eduscapes.com
Her most recent books include After Glow: The Poetry of Laura Wilson Anderson and One Hundred Days: The Civil War Diary of Norman Wilson.
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