I first came to Cornell in 2004 as a college freshman. While here, I studied History and Medieval and Early Modern Studies (with a focus on Art History) and graduated in 2008. I attended graduate school at Simmons College in Boston, MA, where I served as the Dean's Fellow for GSLIS West and the Massachusetts Center for the Book--easily the most mouthful of a title I have ever held. Between Cornell and Simmons I spent a year working at a private airport in Omaha, NE--easily the most hectic job I have ever had. I started my professional career at Cornell in January, 2011 as the Reference and Technical Services Librarian. I took a new position as the Instructional Technology Librarian the following year.
M.L.S. in Library and Information Science with a focus on Archival Science, Simmons College, 2010
B.A. in History and Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Cornell College, 2008
Library Technology Conference, Macalester College - 'An Introduction to jQuery Mobile: Creating Simple Mobile Webpages' with Ian Mason, March 2012
Library Technology Conference, Macalester College - 'Using Trillian to handle electronic reference inquiries, including chat and text' with Ian Mason, March 2012