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Teaching Experience

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Teaching Experience

 

Course Developer and Instructor Library Support Staff Certification Program, Library Juice Academy, 2018-

  • Develop 4 courses (Foundations, Reference Services, Management and Supervision Readers’ Advisory) for online Library Support Staff Certification program (LSSC)
  • Create course syllabi based on LSSC requirements and program outcomes
  • Develop all assignments, including assessments
  • Select all readings
  • Create weekly discussion prompts and activities
  • Teach all 4 courses annually (2020, 2021, 2022, and scheduled for 2023)

 

Instructor, Readers’ Advisory ecourses, Library Juice Academy, 2014-

  • Develop multiple four week online professional developoment courses using Moodle on various readers’ advisory topics for library staff 
  • Create all content, including multimedia presentations, selecting readings, weekly activities and discussion questions 
  • Moderate and participate in all online discussions 

 

Adjunct Instructor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 2015-June 2017

  • Course: LIS 504: Reference and Information Services (Fall 2015 onsite)  Elective course for MLIS students.  As sole instructor, revised and updated all course materials, assignments, and readings.  Responsible for creating all lectures, discussions, activities, and assessments, as well as evaluating all student work including weekly participation, written assignments and group presentations.

 

Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, August 2011-May 2015

  • Course: L&I 691 Readers and Readers’ Advisory. (Onsite and Online) Elective course for MLIS students.  As sole instructor and course creator, designed all course materials, selected all readings and created all assignments and assessments.  Responsible for creating all lectures, discussions, activities, and assessments in Desire2Learn courseware, as well as evaluating all student work
  • Course: L&I Sci 521 Reference and Information Services (Online and Onsite) Elective course for MLIS students.  As sole instructor, revised and updated course materials, assignments, and readings.  Responsible for creating all lectures, discussions, activities, and assessments in person and in the campus courseware
  • Course: L&I 501, Foundations of the Information Professions, required core courses for the MLIS degree. (Onsite and Online)  Responsible for all lectures and discussions (in person and online) and proving students with feedback on written and oral assignment; updating course materials and collaborating with other faculty teaching additional on campus and online section
  • Course: L&I 890 Advanced Research Methods. (Online)  Required for all students completing the thesis option in the MLIS program.  As sole instructor, responsible for selecting texts and creating all lectures, discussions and activities in Desire2Learn campus courseware, as well as evaluating all student work including weekly participation, written assignments and group presentations, and preparing students to successfully complete a thesis
  • Mentor and advise students in the MLIS program and the Ph.D. program including collaborative writing projects and conference presentations, supervising fieldwork and internships, career advice and education guidance
  • Member, Doctoral committee, Renee B. Kapusniak, dissertation defended November 24, 2015
  • Member, Doctoral committee, Jennifer H. Theile, dissertation defended May 2016 
  • Supervise independent studies with masters and doctoral students on audiobooks, readers’ advisory services, and adult reading, which have led to a poster presentation at the 2012 IFLA Conference and the 2013 ALISE Works in Progress session
  • Member, Graduate Admissions and Awards Committee (2014-2015)
  • Member, Proficency Exams Committee (2014-2015)
  • Member, Graduate Program and Curriculum Committee (2011-2012, 2013-2014)
  • Member, Undergraduate Program and Curriculum Committee (2012-2013)
  • Member, Search Committee, Information Literacy Teaching Academic Staff position
  • Member, Culiminating Experience Taskforce (2013)
  • Faculty Online and Blended Courses Program Certification awarded May 2013

 

Instructor, Readers’ Advisory ecourses, Library Juice Academy, 2014-

  • Developed multiple four week online professional developoment courses using Moodle on various readers’ advisory topics for library staff
  • Created all content, including multimedia presentations, selecting readings, weekly activities and discussion questions
  • Moderated and participated in all online discussions

 

Instructor, Young Adult Readers’ Advisory eCourse, ALA Editions, January-February 2011, and July-August 2011, (Supervisor) July-August 2012

  • Developed a four week online professional developoment course using Moodle, based on materials from The Readers’ Advisory Handbook, Moyer and Stover, eds., (2010)
  • Created all content, including presentations, activities and discussion questions
  • Moderated and participated in all online discussions

 

Adjunct Faculty, School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, January 2011 – May 2011. LIS 285, Research Methods

  • Created and taught one section of the required research methods course, LIS 285, with a focus on reading research and reader response theory
  • Students will be introduced to qualitative and quantitative research methods used in reading research, and to reader response theory through the writings of Rosenblatt
  • To prepare for teaching a fully online course, attended several hours of training about best practices in online teaching and learning, and use of D2L and Elluminate

 

Curriculum and Instruction 5452, Reading in the Content Areas, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. 

Teaching Assistant, August 2007-May 2009, August 2009-May 2010

Course Coordinator, June 2008 - May 2009, August 2009-May 2010

  • An online course required for all teacher licensure candidates in Minnesota. 
  • Responsible for evaluating all assignments  and moderating online discussions
  • Work with other teaching assistants and faculty advisor to update course as needed.
  • Course Coordinator responsibilities include setting up and maintaining course website, organizing course sections and discussion groups, assisting students with registration, coordinating work of teaching assistants, and posting final grades. 

 

Adjunct Faculty, Information Management/MLIS, University of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN.  August 2007 – August 2010. 

  • Instructor, LIS 7040, Reference and Information Services, Winter 2008, Summer 2008, Summer 2009, Summer 2010. As instructor of one section of LIS 7040 a required course for all LIS students, I worked together with other instructors to create the syllabus and assignments.  I was responsible for evaluating all student work in my sections. Using lecture, discussion, small group work, and other activities, facilitated student learning of course material. 
  • Instructor, LIS 7630, Readers’ Advisory, Summer 2008, Summer 2009, Summer 2010. As instructor, I chose all the texts and readings for the course, developed the syllabus and assignments, and was responsible for evaluating all student work. Using lecture, discussion, small group work, and other activities, facilitated student learning of course material.
  • Instructor, Information Management 3100, Information Sources, Fall 2007 (Weekend College), Spring 2009 (online). As instructor, I created the syllabus and assignments, and evaluated all student work.  Using lecture, discussion, small group work, and other activities, facilitated student learning of course material. Created and taught the first ever fully online course.

 

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