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I’m available for writing, speaking, training, and more. Contact me at sarah.ludwig[at]



  • Tech Tool Update, CLA Newbies Roundtable, November 18, 2013
  • Breathing New Life into Book Programming with Technology, AASL National Conference, November 11, 2013
  • “Punching up Reading Programs with Technology,” CLA Support Staff Conference, November 1, 2013
  • “Crafting in the Classroom: Minecraft as a Learning Tool,” CECA Annual Conference, October 21, 2013
  • “Hyperlinked Library Communities,” The Hyperlinked Library MOOC, accessible September 9, 2013
  • “Handy Tech Tools for Library Outreach,” TechSource Workshop, June 19, 2013
  • Presentation: “Going Beyond the Booktalk,” Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference , April 2013
  • Speaker, Internet @ Schools 2013: “Learning 2.0 and 23 Things in Schools,” with Sara Kelley-Mudie and Polly-Alida Farrington, April 2013
  • Presentation: “Going Beyond the Booktalk,” Connecticut Association of School Librarians Mini Conference, March 2013
  • Training: Using Technology to Enhance Library Outreach, Connecticut State Library, December 2012
  • Panelist, School Library Journal Leadership Conference, October 2012
  • Staff training: Scratch, Queens Library, June 2012
  • Seamless Librarianship,” Computers in Libraries, March 2012
  • Guest lecturer at Catholic University of America, April 2012
  • “Scratch That,” YALSA Preconference Institute, ALA Midwinter Conference, January 2012
  • Stories from Scratch,” CAIS, December 2011
  • Technology Coordinator, School Library Journal Leadership Summit, September 2011
  • Voicethread, CAIS, April 2011
  • “Do More with Less: Passive Programs,” for YALSA, October 2010 (webinar co-presenter)
  • “Lights! Camera! Book Trailers!,” ALA Annual Conference, June 2010 (moderator)


  • Member, 2014 Margaret A. Edwards Committee, elected for term beginning February 2013
  • Member, Connecticut Digital Library Advisory Board, appointed December 2011


  • Chair, Teen Tech Week Committee, appointed July 2011
  • Chair, YALSA Advocacy Resources Update Task Force, appointed July 2010
  • Member, ALA Committee on Library Advocacy, appointed July 2010
  • Member, Teen Tech Week Committee, appointed July 2010
  • Chair, YALSA Readers’ Choice Task Force, August 2009-June 2010
  • Member, YALSA Editorial Advisory Board, July 2008-June 2010
  • Member, YALSA Technology for Young Adults Committee, July 2008-June 2010
  • Member, American Library Association, Young Adult Library Services Association


  • YALSA Writing Award, 2015
  • YALSA Writing Award, 2012
  • ALA Emerging Leader, 2010


  • Instructor, Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Continuing Education
    • Scratch for Beginners
    • Web-based Tools for School Library Teachers
  • Hamden Hall Summer Academy
    • Computer Programming with Scratch
    • Mastering Essential Research Skills
  • Hamden Hall Engineering & Science Academy
    • Game Design with Scratch

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