As the Libraries' Instructional Designer, I collaborate with librarians and library staff on building online instructional material, such as tutorials, videos and presentations. I also work with library staff on enhacing their in-person teaching practices. I enjoy investigating new technologies to improve online instruction as well as technologies that work to improve access to instructional materials.
My current research interests involve teaching students how to dislodge their prior knowledge and experience with using, finding, and evaluating information to make them better citizens of information and better academic researchers. I am interested in teaching students how and why information is used, stored and organized, and how having these knowledge, skills, and values helps works students become more effective and ethical evaluators of information in their personal and academic lives.
I am a co-curriculum designer, presenter coordinator and presenter for the Association of College and Research Libraries' professional development workshop "Engaging with the ACRL Framework."
Visit our Workshops, Tutorials and Guides page to learn more about our online offerings.
Master of Arts in Learning Technology - University of St. Thomas
Certificate in e-learning - University of St. Thomas
Masters of Library and Information Science, Dominican University
B.A. Communication & Sociology, Concordia College