Cynthia (Cindy) Schmidt, Curriculum Librarian at Liberty University’s Integrated Learning Resource Center (ILRC), holds a MS in Education with a School Library Media Teaching Endorsement. In addition, she holds a BS in History with a Secondary Teaching License. She is also a National Board Certified Teacher in Library Media and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to coming to Liberty, Cindy served as a School Librarian and an Assistant Professor of School Library Media. As Curriculum Librarian, Cindy is responsible for the operations of the Curriculum Library as well as collection development, collection maintenance, and cataloging for the Curriculum Library which includes the children’s and young adult collections as well as the curriculum resource materials that support the School of Education. She also serves as Library Liaison to the School of Education and often provides instruction to Education and English classes in the location and use of library resources. In addition, she manages the audio-visual collections and equipment as well as the music collection. Cindy’s areas of research interests include school libraries, marketing and public relations in libraries, professional advocacy, and library 2.0. Her working topic for her dissertation is Market Orientation of Successful School Librarians.