|Present||Adjunct Faculty, Marlboro College|
|Present||Instructional Technology Development Program Coordinator, Providence College|
Honors and Awards
- Rhode Island Library Association - Librarian of the Year 2014
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Streaming Video Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Research (2014)
In less than 10 years the availability of digitally converted or born digital video, has grown exponentially. Libraries and librarians are constantly navigating, and helping their patrons navigate, this shift from analog to digital. For ...
Media Education Foundation Streaming Collection (MEFDigital) The Charleston Advisor (2014)
The Media Education Foundation is a well-known producer and distributor of documentary films, education resources, and other materials about the social and cultural impact of mass media in the United States. Their digital distribution arm, ...
The Expanding Role of Online Video in Teaching, Learning, and Research. Library Technology Reports (2014)
Chapter 1 of Library Technology Reports (vol. 50, no. 2), “Streaming Video Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Research,” will explain who is using online video and why it is important for information professionals to know ...
User Uploads and YouTube One Channels for Teaching, Learning, and Research Library Technology Reports (2014)
YouTube and Vimeo are excellent resources for online video. These sites are very different in their offerings for user upload. Length of video, audience, and tools available vary. Chapter 2 of Library Technology Reports (vol. ...
ArtBabble—A Partnership of Art Appreciation, Curation, and Media Literacy The Journal of Media Literacy Education (2012)
This is a review of the website ArtBabble, which was created by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. ArtBabble is a high quality multimedia showcase from various museum partners, which aims to bring topics surrounding art ...
Contributions to Books (2)
YouTube: Advanced Search Strategies and Tools The Complete Guide to Using Google In Libraries (2015)
YouTube and other massively popular video-sharing (like Vimeo) websites have become familiar resources for librarians, instructors, technologists, and information professionals. YouTube is an excellent resource, not only in finding information for patrons, but also for ...
Navigating Multimedia: How to Find Internet Video Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Research. Enhancing Instruction with Visual Media: Utilizing Video and Lecture Capture (2013)
The deep and open Web has quickly become a resource for multimedia and video content. Search engines have tools to help mine for visual content, but finding video content creates different challenges in comparison to ...
Designing an Active Learning Popular Culture Experience Northeast Popular Culture Association (2016)
Designing an Active Learning Popular Culture Experience is an overview of various techniques faculty can use to incorporate active learning into their curriculum and pedagogy. Popular culture studies provides a great platform for engaging students, ...
Search, Share, & Embed: Multimedia Resources for Popular Culture Research New England Popular Culture Association (2013)
The Internet has provided a wealth of multimedia and video content to teachers, students, and researchers. It is saturated by user-created materials (YouTube, Vimeo), digitized or born digital special collections by non-profit institutions (ArtBabble, Arkive, ...
We’re All on this Cloud Together: a Look at Five Innovative, Patron-Centered Projects at Providence College Association of College and Research Libraries – New England Regional Conference (2013)
iHelp: The Support for Technology and Learning Implementation Team (aka iHelp) is a collaboration with IT, Academic Media Services, Library, and the Instructional Technology Development. With multiple representatives from each department, the team’s charge is ...
Navigating Multimedia – Streaming Video Beyond YouTube: Pop Culture Edition Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association - National Conference (2013)
The Internet has quickly become a resource for multimedia and video content, especially in popular culture research. Search engines have tools to help mine for visual content, but finding videos content creates different challenges in ...
Lending iPads 101: Steps to Loan from Your Library NERCOMP Annual Conference/ EDUCAUSE (2013)
The Phillips Memorial Library staff demonstrates, step-by-step, how to develop an iPad lending program at your library. The central goal of our iPad lending program is to provide access to iPads as teaching, learning and ...
Outreach Fail: When a Library Instruction Series Fails to Draw a Crowd Rhode Island Library Association (2012)
In fall 2011, we unveiled an ambitious and conscientious outreach program for our campus community to showcase new databases and services in the library. From the library’s perspective, it was a great model of collaboration ...