School Library Research (SLR) Editorial Board

School Library Research Editorial Board members review articles and serve as consultants in the development of guidelines and policies for the review process and electronic publication of the journal.

Current Editorial Board Members, 2012-2013

Ruth V. Small, Ph.D 
Co-Editor, SLR
Syracuse University

Mega Subramaniam, Ph.D
Co-Editor, SLR
University of Maryland

Meg Featheringham
Staff Liaison, AASL
Phone: (312) 280-1396
Fax: (312) 280-5276

Sandra Dobbins Andrews, Ph.D
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Maria Cahill, Ph.D
University of Kentucky

Audrey P. Church, Ph.D
Longwood University, VA

Carol A. Gordon, Ph.D
Rutgers university, NJ

Heidi K. Hammond, Ph.D
St. Catherine University, MN

Sung Un Kim, Ph.D
The Catholic University of America, DC

Amy Pattee, Ph.D
Simmons College GSLIS, MA

Donna M. Shannon, Ph.D
University of South Carolina

Founding Editorial Board, 1997–1999

Daniel Barron
Professor and School Media Program Coordinator
University of South Carolina, College of Library and Information Science

Daniel Callison
Professor and Dean
Indiana University School of Continuing Studies and Online Education

Judy Carnal
Director of Educational Technology and Media
Metropolitan School District of Perry Township, IN

Kathleen W. Craver
Head Librarian
National Cathedral School, Washington DC

Robert Grover
Professor
Emporia State University School of Library and Information Management, KS

Barbara Immroth
Professor
University of Texas, Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Keith Curry Lance
Director
Library Research Service, CO

Kathy Latrobe
Professor
University of Oklahoma, School of Library and Information Studies

David V. Loertscher
Professor
San Jose State University, Division of Library and Information Science, CA

Jacqueline C. Mancall
Professor
Drexel University, College of Information Science and Technology, PA

Paula Kay Montgomery
Publisher
School Library Media Activities Monthly, MD

Julie I. Tallman
Associate Professor
University of Georgia, Department of Instructional Technology

Philip M. Turner
Professor and Dean
University of North Texas, School of Library and Information Sciences; Vice President for Academic Affairs