Information Technology Pathfinder Award

About the Information Technology Pathfinder Award The Information Technology Pathfinder Award recognizes and honors school librarians demonstrating vision and leadership through the use of information technology to build lifelong learners.

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Division One: For the innovative use of information technology in the school library program in an elementary (K-6) setting.Division Two: For the innovative use of information technology in the school library program in a secondary (7-12) setting.

Established in 1985 (as the Microcomputer in the Media Center Award), the award recognizes and honors a school librarian demonstrating vision and leadership through the use of information technology to build lifelong learners. This award, $1,000 to the school librarian and $500 to the library, is given in two categories--elementary (K-6) and secondary (7-12). Applicants must be AASL personal members.

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