Pamela Colburn Harland is a librarian, a real library zealot. She currently serves as the librarian at Plymouth Regional High School in Plymouth, NH.
Visit her school library’s website at http://prhslibrary.com.
She has also worked as a librarian in other school libraries, public libraries, university libraries, and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Research Library.
Pam is currently writing a book on how libraries need to drastically shift their services to remain relevant to today’s learners. Find out more about her writing at her personal website at http://pamlibrarian.wordpress.com.
Pam holds the Intellectual Freedom chair on the New Hampshire School Library Media Association and especially enjoys fighting for the right for students in NH to have access to all kinds of information. She is the recipient of the 2010 NH Excellence in Education Award for Educational Media Professionals.
Pam lives in Rumney, NH with her husband Russ and her two dogs Mr. Sparkle and Steve McQueen.