Course Reserve Coordinator
Danika has worked with the U of M Libraries since January 2010. As course reserve coordinator, she works with instructors to make course materials available to students in an easily accessible format. The role allows her to partner on innovative cross-unit and cross-campus projects, such as the Digital Course Pack Project, to help make course content more affordable and to help make sharing course content easier to accomplish.
Danika also staffs the 1st floor service desk at Wilson Library and is invested in providing a welcoming and engaging environment for library users. As an extension of that interest, she's had the opportunity to create exhibits and interactive displays along with other like-minded peers as part of the From Our Collections team.
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Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing; George Mason University
Bachelor of Arts, English; University of Minnesota
Selected Presentations & Publications
- 27 March 2015. “License to ILL: Interlibrary Loan and Course Reserve Services Support the University Mission to Reduce Costs for Students through Interdepartmental Collaboration and Innovation.” ACRL 2015. Co-presenter: Emily Riha (U of M Libraries).
- 30 July 2014. “Let’s Get Digital: Reinventing Course Material Delivery.” MN eLearning Summit. University of Northwestern, St. Paul, MN. Co-presenters: Shane Nackerud (U of M Libraries) and Treden Wagoner (U of M College of Education and Human Development). Also presented previously at ARLD Day 2014 (4/25/14) and Macalester College's Library Technology Conference 2014 (3/20/2014).
- 20 May 2014. “Watson Tours Wilson: Creating and Playing ARIS Games.” Enhancing Quality Staff Symposium 2014. Co-presenters: Becky Adamski (U of M Libraries) and Jessica Mattson (U of M Libraries).