American Library Assocation, Office for Information Technology Policy
Carrie Lowe is Director of the Program on Networks at the American Library Association''s Office for Information Technology Policy. Ms. Lowe directs research, writes and studies policy on a broad range of issues including privacy and technology, E-rate, telecommunications, accessibility, information literacy, and broadband deployment. She also directs two Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded projects. Prior to her role at ALA, Ms. Lowe was Senior Associate for Education Communications for the Public Broadcasting Service.
Ms. Lowe is co-author of Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age, Second Edition (Libraries Unlimited, 2004). She earned
her M.L.S. at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies and was awarded the 1998 Graduate Leadership Award.
About Our Chapter
Welcome to the home page of the Potomac Valley Chapter of the Association for Information Science (ASIS&T PVC). Our members are primarily located in Washington DC, Northern Virginia, and Southern Maryland.
We host workshops, tutorials, and seminars that strive to further the professional skills and interests of Chapter members. We also strive to provide a forum in which members can meet and engage in the exchange of ideas. If you have ideas for future programs, or would like to volunteer, please send us an email.
The board is currently on the lookout for general volunteers--if you can lend a hand, please let us know.
Potomac Valley Chapter of ASIS&T