In my work as a Reference Librarian at Albertsons Library, I focus on providing both traditional and online reference and instruction, selecting materials that support the College of Education, and reaching out to faculty and students. Librarian and faculty collaboration allows me to provide relevant and meaningful library services. I specialize in information literacy for education researchers, first-year students, and history majors, as well as finding innovative and online methods for providing library services.
Integrating Information Literacy, the POGIL Method, and iPads Into a Foundational Studies Program (with Carrie Moore, Jennifer Black, Barbara Glackin, and Elaine Watson), The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2015)
This article provides an overview of the design, implementation, revision and informal assessment of an...
Reference is Neither Here Nor There: A Snapshot of SMS Reference Services (with Amy E. Vecchione), The Reference Librarian (2012)
This article presents results from an anonymous, non-scientific, Web-based poll that aimed to learn more...
'It’s Research Made Easier!': SMS and Chat Reference Perceptions (with Amy Vecchione), Reference Services Review (2012)
The convergence of college students' information needs, social characteristics, and technological skills have always defined...
Information Literacy Follow-Through: Enhancing Pre-service Teachers' Information Evaluation Skills Through Formative Assessment (with Sara Seely and Sara Fry), Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian (2011)
An investigation into pre-service teachers' information evaluation skills at a large university suggests that formative...
Google Scholar, Social Work Abstracts (EBSCO), and PsycINFO (EBSCO), The Charleston Advisor (2009)
Informatics, Magazines for Libraries (2010)
Linguistics, Magazines for Libraries (2008)
Linguistics, Magazines for Libraries (2006)
City, State, and Regional, Magazines for Libraries (2004)
Linguistics, Magazines for Libraries (2004)
Research Agenda for Library Instruction and Information Literacy (with Association of College & Research Libraries, Instruction Section, Research & Scholarship Committee) (2003)
Charged with updating the document in 2000, the ACRL Instruction Section (IS) Research and Scholarship...
Flipping the Classroom with Streaming Media (with Amy Vecchione and Megan Davis), Center for Teaching and Learning, Boise State University (2013)
As faculty, you may be interested in flipped classroom pedagogy, but are intimidated by making...
Information Literacy & POGIL: A New Approach to Using Inquiry Learning in Libraries, POGIL Northwest Regional Workshop (2012)
[Poster Presentation] Pre-service teachers at Boise State University enrolled in a piloted one-credit library research...
Reference Is Neither Here Nor There: Connecting Through SMS (with Amy E. Vecchione), Library Faculty Publications and Presentations (2011)
Have you ever wondered what your patrons think about SMS reference service? Do you wonder...
SMS Reference Service: A New Point of Need for Libraries (with Amy Vecchione), Southwest Idaho Library Association Regional Conference (SWILA) (2011)
Boise State University's text reference service is growing in popularity among students. BSU librarians chose...
Click Here for Instruction Success! (with Ellie Dworak), Idaho Library Association Conference (2010)
No abstract available.
I-Share Tutorials (with Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois End User Instruction Committee) (2005)
No abstract available.