Nancy Everhart is a professor and international scholar and consultant. She served as President of the American Association of School Librarians in 2010-2011.
- B.S.—Kutztown University
- M. Ed.—University of Central Florida
- Ph.D.—Florida State University
Impact of Technology on the Leadership Role of the School Librarian; Evaluation of School Media Library Centers; Persons with Autism in Libraries
Information Literacy, Multimedia Production
Publications & Research
- Everhart, N. et al. (2012). Competing standards in the education of school librarians. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. In press.
- Everhart, N., Mardis, M., and Johnston, M. (2011). National board certified school librarians’ leadership in technology integration: Results of a national survey,” School Library Media Research (14)1.
- Everhart, N., & Johnston, M. (2010). Die Schulbibliothek als Keimzelle des lebenslangen Lernens: das Beispiel USA, Buch und Bibliothek (18)3: 215-218.
- Mardis, M.A. & Everhart, N. (2010). Digital textbooks in Florida: Extending the school librarians’ reach. Teacher Librarian 38(3), 8-11.
- Everhart, N., Mardis, M., and Johnston, M. (2010). “The leadership role of the teacher librarian in technology integration: early results of a survey of highly certified teacher librarians in the United States,” International Association of School Librarianship Conference Proceedings 2010.
- Everhart, N. and Dresang, E.T. (2007). Integrating research results and National Board Certification standards into a leadership curriculum for school library media specialists. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 48(4),272-283.
- Everhart, N. (2006). Principals' evaluation of school librarians: A study of strategic and nonstrategic evidence-based approaches. School Libraries Worldwide 12(2), 38-51.
- Everhart, N. (2005). A cross-cultural inquiry into the degrees of implementation of Accelerated Reader and its effect on motivation and extent of reading: Perspectives from Scotland and England. School Library Media Research 8(1).
- Everhart, N. (2003). Controversial Issues in School Librarianship: Divergent Perspectives Worthington, OH: Linworth Publishing.
- Everhart, N. (2003). “Ethics in administration” in Ethics in School Librarianship, Worthington, OH: Linworth Publishing.
- Everhart, N. (2003). “Evaluation of the school library” in Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2003. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
- Everhart, N. (January 2000). Time use of school library media specialists: A review of the research. School Libraries Worldwide, 6(1), 66-88.
- Everhart, N. (1997). Work sampling: The application of an industrial research technique to school library media centers. Library and Information Science Research, 19(1), 53-69.
Grants & Awards
- Institute for Museum and Library Studies, Leadership in Action, 2009-present, $778,252 (co-primary investigator with Dr. Marcia Mardis)
- Institute for Museum and Library Studies, 1-2-3 LEAD: School Library Media Specialists Educated to Make a Difference, 2006-2009, $943,052 (co-primary investigator with Dr. Eliza T. Dresang)
- Florida State University. FSU Quality Enhancement Plan, LEAD. Graduate Leadership Certificate for School Library Media Specialists, 2006, $5,000 (co-primary investigator with Dr. Eliza T. Dresang)
- Florida State University. CRC IDS Grant, Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of School Libraries in Education, 2005-2006, $25,000 (co-investigator with Dr. Eliza T. Dresang, Primary Investigator and Dr. Michael Spector, co-investigator).
- Institute for Museum and Library Studies, Project LEAD: School Library Media Specialists Educated to Make a Difference, 2005-2006, $159,526 (co-primary investigator with Dr. Eliza T. Dresang)
- International Association of School Librarianship Research Grant, Time Use of School Library Media Specialists Worldwide, 2005, $500.
- Institute of Museum and Library Services, Research Mentor Grant, $1500, primary investigator, Dr. Daniel Callison, Indiana University.
- Association of Specialized and Cooperative and Library Agencies, American Library Association, Research Grant, 1998, $1000.