As an editor and writer, it’s common among my weekly functions to perform subject-specific research to aid content writing for mass-market educational publishers. I’ve done extensive fact checking of bibliographic and scientific information for national publications, such as National Geographic, National Geographic Kids, and Time for Kids. These types of development projects require definitive research methods and precise writing skills.
These are some of the skills I bring to Libraryland. Libraries are about making connections and conveying information. Here in the Information Age, with ever-emerging technologies and so many different means of communication, it’s become exceedingly important for librarians to have the wherewithal to convey messages. Whether writing public relations pieces or grant requests, today’s information professional must be skilled at delivering clear messages and factual information.
While my blog offers my most current library-related thoughts, you can read some longer academic pieces right here.
Dominican University, GSLIS Coursework
Cloud Computing: An Overview of the Influence of New Web Technologies on Library Service and Education
Click here to read this overview of cloud computing applications for students and library staff.
Collection Development Project: Electronic and Print Reference Resources
Click here to browse this itemized collection proposal for a hypothetical Illinois public library.
Click here to read results of a collaborative research project based on digitization projects, information literacy programs, and marketing and outreach services at selected cohort college libraries.
Professional Educational Editing
As an editor, I’ve filled numerous collaborative and independent roles in the development of award-winning national and regional educational texts. These are just a few programs to which I’ve contributed continually.