Sarah Ludwig to Blog at ALA TechSource

By Patrick Hogan |

I’m delighted to welcome Sarah Ludwig to the ALA TechSource blog team. She will join bloggers Jason Griffey and Kate Sheehan and new Code Words columnist Jason Clark.

A 2010 ALA Emerging Leader, Sarah is academic technology coordinator at Hamden Hall, a preK-12 school in Connecticut. She previously worked at Darien Library, where in various positions she managed reference, technology, and teen services. She is author of Starting from Scratch: Building a Teen Library Program (Libraries Unlimited, 2011) and is one of VOYA’s “Tag Team Tech” columnists.

Experienced in working with children and teens, Sarah will bring a new perspective to the blog. But it won’t be all about the kids. Throughout her young career, Sarah has taught colleagues, patrons, and students alike how to use technology. At Darien Public Library, she oversaw the the technology education series. At Hamden Hall, she helps teachers integrate technology into the classroom curriculum. Sarah finds and uses technologies that serve learning, research, and critical thinking. We’re looking forward to posts that you will find useful in your work.