My name is Judy Hauser and I am an Information Media Consultant for an intermediate school district in Waterford, Michigan. My MILS is from the University of Michigan. I provide consulting and research services to the public school employees in our county and also present workshops on Web 2.0 tools and online databases. I am currently President of the Michigan Association for Media in Education (MAME) the statewide association for school library media specialists. I have one dog, fifteen years old. He has issues.

PUBLICATIONS:

Be the Web “Go-To” Person for Parents. School Library Media Activities Monthly, February, 2009.

Media Specialists are Worth the Investment. MASA Leader, September 5, 2008.

The Michigan School Library Initiative Group – Collaboration at its Best! The MACUL Journal, Winter, 2008-2009.

Media Specialists Can Learn Web 2.0 Tools to Make Schools More Cool. Computers in Libraries, February, 2007.

Both Sides of the Coin, Media Spectrum, Fall 2006.

Creating and Facilitating a Handheld Users Group, T.H.E. Journal Online, December 2004 Web Exclusive.

Media Specialists: Targeted for Tech Trends, TechTrends, March/April, 2003. Also available from the WilsonSelectPlus Database.

Help! for Library Media Center Design, Construction and Renovation: A Guide for Consulting. ED416667, 2001.

The World Wide Web and Internet Email – Resouces, Uses, Problems and Solutions, Secondary Education Today, v. 38, n. 4, 1996-1997.

5 Responses to “About Judy”


  1. 1 Annette January 6, 2007 at 8:02 pm

    Judy – You have the tech soul of a 20-something! I love that about you! A MAME leader with Leading edge technology for our profession–what a perfect match! Best of luck in your next 3 years with MAME! Hugs! Annette

  2. 2 Teresa Walls March 21, 2007 at 10:31 pm

    Hello, Judy.

    I am currently the chair of the ALSC Children and Technology Committee, and I was wondering if you could take a look at the ALSC ChildTech Wiki and offer some points of advice before we promote it more.

    Thanks for your consideration!
    Teresa

  3. 3 Judy March 22, 2007 at 12:01 pm

    Teresa – I will definitely take a close look at your ChildTech wiki. It sounds very interesting. I took at cursory look at it and I like the links and content. My initial reaction is that some things could be added like Internet safety programs and tips, more on Web 2.0 tools and maybe even a copyright/public domain link to information. I am home on vacation this week and getting errands done but I will look at it a lot more closely by early next week if that still meets your schedule. Thank you. Judy

  4. 4 Kahaleel July 1, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    Teresa – I will definitely take a close look at your ChildTech wiki. It sounds very interesting. I took at cursory look at it and I like the links and content. My initial reaction is that some things could be added like Internet safety programs and tips, more on Web 2.0 tools and maybe even a copyright/public domain link to information. I am home on vacation this week and getting errands done but I will look at it a lot more closely by early next week if that still meets your schedule. Thank you. Judy
    +1


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