TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – Allison Midgley, of Ossining, has been named as technology trainer for the Westchester Library System (WLS).
Midgley received her bachelor’s degree in fine arts and education from the University of Dallas, Irving Texas. She has nearly 20 years of experience in developing curriculum and teaching digital literacy programs, most recently as technology coordinator for the David A. Howe Public Library in Wellsville, New York.
“Allison will deliver training to staff of the WLS member libraries on the use of existing and emerging software, database and e-content programs and resources,” said Terry Kirchner, WLS’s executive director. “Her in-depth knowledge of integrated library systems will help WLS to creatively and effectively improve training to support WLS and the member libraries.”
“I am excited to share my passion for learning with library users and staff,” said Midgley. “I am looking forward to relocating from Western New York to Westchester County, with its vibrant and diverse community. I’m curious by nature and I have already started exploring the county’s bike trails, art venues, yoga studios and yarn shops.”
WLS, a state-chartered cooperative library agency, serves Westchester County’s 38 public libraries.
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