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Hillary M. Marshall

Antioch University Seattle

Hillary M. Marshall is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education, K-12 School Library Media endorsement program. She is currently a Library Media Specialist at Washougal High School in Washougal, WA. She has over twenty-five years of experience teaching inclusive of twelve years of international teaching experience in the Philippines, Brazil and South Korea.

Marshall is the Washington Library Association (WLA), School Library Division, Chair (2019-2020). She is a member and frequent conference presenter for WLA and the National Council for Computer Education (NCCE).

Educational History

Graduate Certificate Teaching Adult Learners Portland State University, OR

School Library Media Endorsement (Learning Resources)

    • University of Washington, Seattle
    • Seattle Pacific University, Seattle
    • Highline Community College, Des Moines

Master of Arts and Teaching in Elementary Education, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma

Bachelor of Arts in English, emphasis Creative Writing, minor in Psychology, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma

Mornings Artstra Poetry Moves – Season 10. October 2020.
Linking the Washougal Community through Our Libraries. Aliki, 32(3), 33.

Cultivate Curiosity with Makerspace.” Library Influencers Podcast, March 23, 2020.

Advocacy & Leadership for School Librarians.” NCCE Conference, Seattle, WA, March 6, 2020.

TinkerCAD for All: Tech Exploratorium.” NCCE Conference, Seattle, WA, March 5, 2020.

“Makerspace Your School Library.” WA State trainer. Co-presented with Craig Seasholes. Washington State Library IMLS grant in conjunction with OSPI, 2019-2020.

How to Demonstrate your Value as a School Librarian.” YouTube. Eduro Learning, September 10, 2019.

Cofino, Kim host. “How to Demonstrate your Value as a School Librarian.” coachbetter.tv, Eduro Learning, 10 Sept. 2019.

Adjunct Faculty,

K-12 School Library Media Endorsement Program

School of Education

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