Nancy Brown

Lecturer

nbrown5@emporia.edu
678-549-1788

Degrees

Ph.D., Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Ed.S., Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
MLS, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI
BA, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ


Research interests

Library services to immigrant populations
Young adult library services
School media centers/libraries
School media specialists/librarians

Scholarly and professional activities

American Library Association
American Association of School Librarians
International Association of School Librarians
Educators of Library Media Specialists
Special Libraries Association
Georgia Library Media Association
Georgia Association for Instructional Technology
Phi Delta Kappa

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Smith, A. J. M. & Brown, N. J. (2013). Crossing the language barrier: The potential for teacher-librarians in facilitating cross-cultural teaching and learning in the school library media center. In M.J. Dow (Ed.), School libraries matter: Views from the research (pp. 137 - 149), Santa Barbara, Libraries Unlimited.

Brown, N. J. (2013). Like riding a bicycle: Technology and techniques to support English language development with Asian immigrants. Proceeds of the annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Brown, N. J. (2012). All children are our children: An assessment model to support second language learners in urban school libraries. Proceedings of the UMALUSI Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Brown, N. J. (2011). iRead, iWrite, iLearn: The roles of the 21st century school librarian in addressing the needs of English language learners. Proceedings of the annual Athens Institute for Education and Research Conference, Athens, Greece.