Linda Joseph is a retired Library Media Specialist from Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools. She continues to work closely with The Library of Congress as an American Memory Fellow. She is the author of Net Curriculum: An Educator's Guide to Using the Internet. She also maintains the Adventures of CyberBee Web site as a tie-in page to a regular column she writes for MultiMedia and Internet @Schools magazine. As a part-time instructor for Ohio State University and Otterbein College, Linda assisted educators with integrating technology into the curriculum through her Internet in the Classroom and Kids, Safety, and Ethics in the Digital Classroom courses. Linda is the recipient of the Governor's Pathfinder Award for Educational Technology, the Golden Apple Achiever Award from Ashland, and the OELMA-Winnebago Progressive Library Media Program Award. She has spoken at many state, national, and international conferences. Read about how and why CyberBee was created.



Columbus Public Schools: 1974 - 2005

Instructional Technology Specialist (1992 - Present). Currently organize and conduct training workshops for district staff. Write and implement grants to fund computer program expansion. Design and develop presentations, training programs, publications, and Web-based curriculum and instruction.

Media Specialist (1974-1992). Charter member of Monroe Traditional Middle School. Worked with teachers and students in research, curriculum, and projects.

The Ohio State University: 1995 - 2005
Otterbein College: 1999 - 2007

Part-time Instructor. Design and teach courseware in Internet integration into the K-12 curriculum. Specialized topics include authentic learning, Big Six Skills, and elearning strategies.

Educational Consultant: 1995 - Present

Design and present hands-on workshops for integrating technology into classroom curriculum. Assist foundations and nonprofit organizations in the development and design of online publishing, including home pages. Selected organizations include American Association of School Librarians ICONnect Online Mini Course, American NewMedia - Living Ohio Government Series, and the Virtual University.





State & Local:


Toledo-Lucas County Public Library: 1971-1974

Librarian. Worked as reference librarian: provided customer service and assistance to patrons in a University area. Served as technical director and cameraman for a film to promote library usage. Achievement: Received recognition for reading promotion program.


B.S. English, Educational Media and Library Science, Computer Science
Bowling Green State University

MAE Curriculum and Instruction with Technology Endorsement
Otterbein College

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