Info Counts, L.L.C.
The purpose of InfoCounts is to develop high quality, effective training and education for school library professionals in order to improve their work in the changing environment of education K-12.
Hiring this corporation guarantees expertise, excellence, accuracy and relevance. Customized and individualized sessions will be developed according to the clients’ needs.
What Our Customers Are Saying
"Dr. Marcoux is an excellent instructor."
"Next year I plan to make changes to our lessons that will incorporate what we learned regarding how to modify our lessons for significantly improved student achievement."
"A highlight of the work we did was working with the facilitators in the room."
"This work adds validity to what I do my new superintendent is all about data and now I have some to share!"
Dr. Marcoux has had the following recent speaking engagements:
- Illinois LSTA grant workshops, January, March, June 2008
- American Library Association Annual Conference, June 2008
- New Mexico Library Association, March 2008
- Washington Library Media Association/Oregon Educational Media Association, October, 2008
- WebJunction Washington, October 2009
- Washington Library Media Association, October 2009
Dr. Marcoux has had the following recent publications:
· Loertscher, D. & Marcoux, E., eds. (2010) Learning Commons Treasury. Teacher Librarian Press, Bowie, MD.
· Marcoux, B. (2009) Levels of Collaboration: where does your work fit in? in 21st Century Learning in School Libraries, K Fontichiaro, ed. Libraries Unlimited, pp. 214 - 217.
· Meyers, E., Fisher, K. and Marcoux, E. (2009) Making sense of an information world: the everyday life information behaviors of preteens. Library Quarterly v. 3, 301-347.
· Marcoux, E. (2009) Diverse yet universal: two men with similar perspectives. Teacher Librarian, v. 36(3), 22-26.
· Marcoux, B. (2008) School Library 911. Medium, v. 33(1), 8-10,
· Marcoux, E. (2008) New Standards – refreshing our work AGAIN. Knowledge Quest, v. 24(7), 18-20.
· Klein, R., Marcoux, E., Saxton, M. (2008) Executive Summary – Connecting Learners to Libraries. Washington State Library Council, Spring, 2008.
· Meyers, E. Fisher, K, Marcoux, E. (2007) Studying the everyday information behavior or tweens: Notes from the field. Library and Information Science Research 29: 310-331. (Awarded the Jesse Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research for 2008)
Dr. Marcoux has consulted in the past few years with the following:
US Department of Education grant review work
Illinois School Library consultant for assessment training
Coconino County, Arizona Information Access Initiative
Grand Canyon National Park Library
Coconino Community College Distance Learning/information Resource Initiative
Dewitt Wallace/Reader's Digest National Library Power
National Evaluation Systems
National Study for School Evaluation
National Council for Library and Information Services
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
Maryland State School Library Association
Missouri Association of School Librarians
Illinois State Association of Library Media Specialists
Washington Elementary School District
Wisconsin Educational Media Association
Yuma Unified School District
Arizona Department of Education
Marcoux will be speaking at the Pacific Northwest Library Association in August
2007, the Arizona
Library Association in November 2007, and the Washington Library Media
Association in October 2007 on her recent work regarding
partnerships for student achievement between public and school libraries.
Dr. Marcoux will be submitting findings and recommendations on public and higher education collaboration between libraries for Coconino County in September 2007.
Dr. Jay will be speaking to the Catholic Library Association in August on strategies for designing instructional interactions that impact student achievement through the integration of information literacy and content area objectives.
Dr. Jay will be presenting a full day staff development session in February for technology coordinators and media specialists from Catholic schools in the D.C. metropolitan area focused on strategies for working together effectively to enhance student achievement.
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