As schools move towards digital learning environments, it is necessary to foster leadership beyond district and school leaders to support the transition. School librarians play an important leadership role in modernizing educational settings–both at school and in the community. In the digital age, libraries offer a space for students to create content and collaborate, as well as provide access to the internet and digital resources. Beyond digital citizenship, school librarians teach students information literacy skills and the use of digital tools and applications. As school leaders in literacy and technology, school librarians collaborate with classroom teachers and fellow educators to instruct every student in the school community. School librarians support the development of digital learning, participatory learning, inquiry learning, and information and technology literacies with digital and print materials, including curation of openly licensed educational resources.