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Library media specialists nominated for awards

April 16, 2007

Pam Rubisch, library media specialist at Emma K. Doub Elementary School, and Cathy Davidson, library media specialist at Clear Spring High School, have been nominated by the administration and staff of their schools for the MICCA Outstanding Technology-Using Educator Award, according to a Washington County Public Schools press release.

Rubisch will represent Washington County at an upcoming MICCA conference, and her nomination will be placed in competition against nominated teachers in other counties. She has incorporated technology into classroom teaching and activities, and has her students displaying their work on Palms, PowerPoint and PhotoStory and in podcasts, according to the release.

Davidson works constantly to infuse technology into every aspect of instruction. She works with individuals and entire classes in the media center and computer lab, and many times takes technology to classrooms, conference rooms, the auditorium and anywhere else technology is requested. Davidson also pursues additional funding for programs and keeps staff updated on online opportunities and resources, according to the release.

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MICCA, which originally stood for Maryland Instructional Computers Coordinators Association, is an organization that promotes and supports technology in education.

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