Katie Day is an American who has lived overseas for 24 years. She worked as a school librarian in Thailand before arriving in Singapore in 2005, which is when she first met and started collaborating with Barb Philip Reid.
Katie is now Head of Libraries at United World College - East in Singapore.
-- with Beth Gourley at Learning 2.0 in Shanghai, September 2011; see the wiki of the Librarian Strand at Learning 2.0
-- a website created to support a presentation by me and Barb Philip of Tanglin Trust School at the IASL/SLAQ (International Association of School Librarians / School Library Association of Queensland) conference in Brisbane, Australia, September 2010
-- websites created by me to support a one-day conference organized by our Singapore international school librarian network, ISS-LN . NB: The third Hands on Literacy will be held in November 2012. See www.handsonlit.com for this year's line-up. This time I am not on the organizing committee, I'm just presenting a workshop.
-- a website created by me to support a PYP Job-Alike workshop presented by me and Megan Graff of the Canadian International School on April 26, 2010
-- websites created by me to support the children's choice book award initiated by our Singapore international school librarian network
-- a wiki created by me and Beth Gourley to support a presentation at 21st Century Learning @Hong Kong, September 17-19, 2009
-- optional PD initiative to introduce online web tools for educators to our staff. Developed by me and Keri-Lee Beasley, Term 2, 2008-2009, based on the 23 Things movement.
-- the blog -- where weekly tasks are introduced
-- the wiki -- reference site where tools and tasks are presented for four levels of users: Novice, Apprentice, Practitioner, Expert
-- a website created by me to support a one-day conference organized by our Singapore international school librarian network, ISS-LN
-- a workshop presented at TeachIT 2007 in Singapore by me and Barb Philip -- on collecting, organizing, and sharing information, and the tools we can't live without. We set up a wiki page for everyone attending to contribute to -- and we started it off with a collection of our own social software projects.
-- Material gathered in early 2006 on future trends, social software, and school libraries, including a 'commonplace book' wiki, bookmarks, and book list. Produced by me and Beth Gourley as preparation for and summary of a workshop -- and not modified since then.