Dr. Gayle Bogel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational
Technology. She holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Information Science from the
University of North Texas, M.A. in Education from Sacred Heart University and M.L.S. from
Southern Connecticut State University. She has worked professionally as both a school and
public librarian in Connecticut, as an adjunct instructor at University of North Texas,
and an assistant professor in the Department of Information and Library Science at
Southern Connecticut State University. 

Dr. Bogel has served on the executive boards of the Connecticut Library Association, the
Connecticut Association of School Librarians, and the Connecticut Library Consortium. She
is a writer/reviewer for the peer reviewed online journal, Evidence Based Library and
Information Practice and a former editor of Knowledge Quest, the national journal of the
American Association of School Librarians. She also serves as an elected officer of the
national school library SIG of the American Educational Research Association. 

Articles

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Cura Personalis: The School Library through an Ignatian Lens, Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians (2012)
 

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Public Library Summer Reading Programs Contribute to Reading Progress and Proficiency, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (2012)

This is an evidence summary article. Objectives – To explore summer reading partnerships between public...

 

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Choosing the right book: Factors that affect children’s reading, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (2011)

This is an evidence summary article. Objective – To analyze factors affecting book choice: reading...

 

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School Librarians Bill of Responsibilities and the ALA Core Competences, Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians (2009)
 

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Facets of Practice, Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians (2008)
 

Other

Virtual Reference on a Budget: Case Studies (with Teresa Dalston, Michael Pullin, S. Bomar, S. Creel, and L. Swarlis), Education Faculty Book Gallery (2008)

Gayle Bogel is a contributing author, "" Virtual reference service in a middle school setting",...