About me


I’m Christine Sturgeon, the K-12 teacher librarian/technology integrationist at Manson Northwest Webster Schools in Manson, Iowa. I’m a graduate from the University of Missouri-Columbia, with a Master of Arts in Information Science and Learning Technologies, Emphasis in Library Science. I am excited to be accepted into Drake’s doctoral program in Educational Leadership, beginning classes in fall 2015.

I speak at state library conferences (the latest is “Build your own Makerspace: The next great library adventure,” which I’m doing with three great ladies) and I serve as Government Action Committee chair for the Iowa Library Association. I am a member of the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council for the North Central region, am a founding board member of the student voice organization, Iowa Student Learning Institute, and was a volunteer giver in the first and third annual World Book Nights (RIP, WBN). I am a mother of five and lives with my husband and our school-aged children in rural Gowrie. Fun fact: my husband and I met online. In 1989.

I am passionate about helping students challenge themselves.

Feel free to poke around here to learn more about me. You’ll find my résumé, examples of some projects that I’ve done in my years of schooling, and lots more.

You can follow my blog at christinesturgeon.wordpress.com or on Twitter at @c_sturgeon.


I’m getting ready to ask a question at the SLJ Leadership Summit in St. Paul, Minnesota, 2014.

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