practical ideas for developing meaningful online engagement

In my quest to finally post and annotate my slate of spring slide decks prior to the fall onslaught, I don’t want to leave out my LYRASIS eGathering talk. It is very near and dear to me as my first invited paid presentation – and my first webinar. Looking back, I am so appreciative to… Continue reading practical ideas for developing meaningful online engagement

LIS Education Symposium [pt. 1]

This is part one, where I share general thoughts on #LISed15. Check out part two to read through an annotated version of my presentation. I found out about the LIS Ed Symposium in February, when I was contacted by HLS writer Nicole about participating in a keynote talk aimed at bringing together a handful of… Continue reading LIS Education Symposium [pt. 1]

ACRL 2015

I loved ACRL 2013 in Indianapolis and it seems a little crazy that ACRL 2015 in Portland, Oregon, has already come and gone! Let me ramble through my conference experience, per usual. On Wednesday I attended the data management preconference offered by several data management librarians I’ve enjoyed interacting with on Twitter for a while now.… Continue reading ACRL 2015

First HackLibSchool Post!

While I’ve been fairly MIA on this blog for the past few weeks, I will indeed be back soon. I’ve been bogged down by a rapid increase in homework, conference proposal deadlines, summer plan-making, and  fluctuations in my personal life that are keeping me on my toes. This is just a quick post to say… Continue reading First HackLibSchool Post!

Say Hello to a New HackLibSchool Contributing Writer

Earlier this week I received the super crazy thrilling news that I’ve been selected as one of the newest contributing writers on the stellar library student blog HackLibSchool! The introductory post just went up today and I couldn’t be more pleased to be part of such a dynamic group of future librarians! I can already… Continue reading Say Hello to a New HackLibSchool Contributing Writer