Dr. Margaret “Gigi” Lincoln was teaching high school in Australia 37 years ago when she spotted a student carving a Swastika into a desk.
The award recognizes Farkas for her work teaching LIBR 246 (Advanced Information Technology Tools & Applications), with its focus on Web 2.0 and social networking tools, including the technical aspects of tools such as wikis, podcasting, and RSS feeds, as well as concrete examples of how they
Amy Cheney, a 2002 SLIS graduate, is one of 10 winners of the inaugural “I Love My Librarian!” award presented by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the New York Times, and the American Library Association.
Amaral is reference librarian for the Environmental Studies and Clinical Psychology departments at Antioch University New England.
Anita Brooks Kirkland, a SLIS student in the Executive MLIS program, won the Ontario Library Association’s prestigious Larry Moore Distinguished Service Award at the group’s annual Super Conference during January.