As a peer mentor for our School’s graduate students, Frank Florian gained expertise in screencasting, which he shared during a recent online workshop hosted by our School’s American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) student chapter.
Student Laura Warren is exploring information instruction and online collaboration in two very different virtual internship environments.
Student Kimberly Price hopes to work as an instructional librarian, and she’s gaining valuable experience that will help her achieve that goal by training SLIS faculty on the new Desire2Learn (D2L) online learning platform.
As Adult Services Librarian at the Santa Ana Public Library, SLIS alumna Milly Lugo develops computer and information literacy classes for non-English speakers. The classes have been so successful that Lugo has been asked to share her strategies at state and international library events. She also received the 2011 Woman of the Year Award in Education from the National Hispanic Business Women Association.
Student Richard Hannon leverages his knowledge of two disciplines by combining his work as a community college instructor with his explorations in instructional librarianship, conference presentations, and Web 3.0.