I use this space to explore library stuff. I’m especially interested in learning about eLearning, instructional design and educational technologies for delivering information literacy. I’m also curious about how to improve information literacy instruction in higher ed. But other random stuff will end up here too.
I began my library career in 2009 after graduating from the Master of Information Studies program at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. Since then, I’ve worked in both academic libraries and for library vendors, focused on teaching and training, service delivery, and collections development. I am currently at York University, working as a Liaison Librarian and exploring projects focused on creating eLearning tools for students, information literacy instruction, and library assessment.
I do other stuff like volunteering with professional associations, participating with conferences, and acting as a key player at the YMCA Metro West’s adult rec waterpolo team. I’m sort of a big deal there.