MidLink Magazine Teacher-Editors - Karen Kliegman

Karen Kliegman, Searingtown School
Herricks UFSD, Albertson, New York
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Karen Kliegman

Karen Kliegman is the  library media/educational technology specialist and webmaster at Searingtown School, a K-5 elementary school in New York. She is also an adjunct professor at Long Island University in their educational technology graduate program. , and a professional development instructor, focusing on educational technology professional development courses, in her school districtís Teacher Center. 

Her work on the web has received recognition from Education World, Blue WebíN, The International Association of Webmasters and Designers, SeaWorld, techLEARNING, Inspiration, Teacher's Network, ISTE, and most recently from Cablevision's Power to Learn for her project, Tell Me A Story.

Other Highlights:

Karen has presented at several conferences by herself or with other MidLink Editors, including:

Karen will be presenting on Web 2.0 at the 2008 ASSET Educational Technology Conference in Huntington, New York, in March.

Connect with Karen by visiting her blog,
Wired Librarian, or Classroom 2.0, Library 2.0, or at Twitter!

"The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." ,..Mark Van Doren