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educator , school librarian

Nancy J. Keane, American school librarian, educator. Certified library media supervisor New Hampshire, 1992; computer technical educator, New Hampshire, 2006. Recipient Service award, New Hampshire. Educational Media Association, 2001, New Hampshire Excellence in Education award, New Hampshire Educational Media Association, 2002, Elizabeth Yates award, Concord New Hampshire Public Library., 2004.

Background

Keane, Nancy J. was born on August 1, 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of John Jay and Aureta H. Keane.

Education

Bachelor, University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1973. Master of Library Science, University Rhode Island, Kingston, 1976. Master of Arts, George Washington University, Washington, 1997.

Doctor of Education, Rivier College, Nashua, New Hampshire, 2010.

Career

Director, College Library. and Learning Resources Trinity College, Burlington, Vermont, 1990—1992. School library Rundlett Middle School, Concord, New Hampshire, since 1992. Associate library professor University Vermont, Burlington, 1979—1990.

Adjunct professor New Hampshire Technology Institute, Concord, since 1999, Plymouth State University, New Hampshire, since 2005, University Rhode Island, Kingston, 2008—2010.

Achievements

  • Certified library media supervisor New Hampshire, 1992. Computer technical educator, New Hampshire, 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Tech Savvy Booktalker, Teaching Science Through Literature: Grades 4-6., Teaching Social Studies Through Literature: Grades 4-6., Teaching Language Arts Through Literature: Grades 4-6.

      , Booktalks and Beyond, Big Book of Children's Reading Lists, Big Books of Teen Reading Lists, Middle School Pathfinders, Booktalking Across the Curriculum, Teaching Science Through Literature: Grades 6-8, Teaching Social Studies Through Literature: Grades 6-8, Teaching Reading and Writing Through Literature: Grades 6-8.

Religion

In modern culture the ability to make decisions and choose our own path in life has extremely high value. But through the faith we voluntarily surrender to God in love and joy.

Politics

Working in partnership with different Christian denominations allows influencing public policy more effectively.

Views

The family is encompassing a wider range of options than that of the two-generational unit of parents and children.

Membership

Member of American Library Association, New Hampshire Society Technology Educators, New Hampshire School Library. Media Association (president 1999—2000), American Association School Libraries.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, movies, hiking.

Connections

Children: Aureta H. Kulacz, Alexander V.

father:
John Jay

mother:
Aureta H. Keane

child:
Aureta H. Kulacz Keane

child:
Alexander V. Keane