photo of Alice YuchtAlice Yucht has been an educator for over 40 years, as a classroom teacher, school and public librarian (teacher librarian in New York and New Jersey suburbs), student-teaching supervisor, educational consultant, lunchroom overseer, and very briefly, a Board of Education member. This information and lots more can be found at her popular blogsite: Alice in InfoLand

Alice recently retired - - that is she is no longer a full-time school librarian. She is a frequent speaker, consultant, inservice provider, writer, and teaches online graduate courses for Rutgers University (NJ). In fact, she teaches the School Library Administration course there. Alice has written two books for school librarians, and her numerous articles have appeared in professional journals such as Library Media Connection, Library Talk, and Teacher-Librarian. Her FLIP it! framework for problem-solving has been utilized in both educational and business settings, and has been adopted as a basic resource by many school districts.

Listen to a recent podcast of her 'lifeline' suggestions given at the SIGMS Forum at a NECC Conference (June 2007, Atlanta) . . . =The+SLJ+Podcast (This site location sometimes is slow to load)

Alice is noted for her sense of humor, and humor helps one get through the bumpy times. She is a former recipient of the George Carlin Award from the Rutgers University Professional Development Studies office as "the instructor who most successfully employs humor to enlighten and educate" (1996). This past summer, Alice was recognized as the 2006-2007 Part-Time Lecturer of the Year for Professional Development Studies by Rutgers University's School of Communication, Information and Library Studies

Online Article:
Survival Tips for New TLs. Teacher Librarian; Oct. 2003, 31(1), 27-8. (Requires your network login and password to access) . . . =12123762

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