Diana Rendina is a media specialist/teacher librarian at Stewart Middle Magnet School in Tampa, Florida. She has received many awards, including the 2016 ISTE Outstanding Young Educator Award and the 2015 American Association of School Librarians Frances Henne Award for emerging leaders. She’s a frequent presenter on the maker movement at national and international conferences, and she blogs at RenovatedLearning.com.
Reimagining Library Spaces is an excellent, thoughtful, and practical read. I love how each chapter ends with action steps, so that you have a tangible suggestion for moving forward. It’s a perfect resource for any school or library media specialist that is considering redesigning the library space on both the small and large scale level. — Michael Karlin, EdTech Roundup