Faculty and Staff
Lucy Santos Green, Ed.D.
|Department:||School of Information Science
College of Information and Communications
School of Information Science
Davis College, Room 201
1501 Greene Street
Columbia, SC 29208
EQuIP - Educational Quality through Instructional Partnerships
B.S., All Level Music Education, East Texas Baptist University
M.L.S., Library & Information Science, Texas Woman's University
Ed.D., Instructional Technology, Texas Tech University
Dr. Lucy Santos Green's research explores the role of the school librarian as an instructional designer and partner. It examines instructional partnerships between school library professionals and other educators; school librarians as pedagogical and technological leaders; and school librarians as designers of learning environments.
Green seeks to implement pedagogical practices, design elements and learning environment characteristics that best support student learning and curiosity — regardless of the course setting. She integrates student work and assignments that are as immediately relevant and applicable to professional practice as possible. Green teaches Library Programming for Children and Young Adults, Children's Materials, and Introduction to the Management of Libraries, Media Centers, and Information Agencies.
Green, L. & Johnston, M. (2021). A contextualization of editorial misconduct in the library and information science academic information ecosystem. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 1-16. Early online print available»
Green, L., & Green, C. (2020). Advocacy is loud and uncomfortable. The ALAN Review, Winter 2021.
Green, L. & Johnston, M. (2019). Examining the challenges and practices of our Russian partners in the institution of teacher librarianship. School Libraries Worldwide, 25(2), 1-15.
Akcaoglu, M. & Green, L. (2019). Teaching systems thinking through game design. Educational Technology & Research Development, 67(1), 1-19.
Green, L. (2019). Best practices for designing flipped instruction. Library Technology Report, 55(5), 11-16.
Green, L. S. (June 2019). Online learning is here to stay: Librarians transform into digital instructors. American Libraries. Retrieved from»
Johnston, M. & Green, L. (2018). Still polishing the diamond: School library research over the last decade. School Library Research, 21.
Journal Co-Editor, School Libraries Worldwide
2022 Conference Chair, International Association of School Librarian
2022 Co-Chair, ALISE/Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition
2021-2022 Pipeline for Academic Leaders Fellow
2020-2022 University Tenure and Promotion Committee