Here are some samples of my work:
Here I've visualized data from the U.S. Census, American Communities Survey 2013, to highlight several of the disparities existing among the library service population in the city of Syracuse. This data relates to English language proficiency, Disability, and Poverty.
This sample lesson, an introduction to primary source literacy, was developed as part of the RUSA course "Learner-Centered Reference and Instruction" led by academic librarians Dani Cook (Claremont Colleges) and Kevin Michael Klipfel (CSU Chico). The learning outcomes I've used are taken from the suggested framework for information literacy for special collections and archives proposed by Peter Carini (Dartmouth) in the January 2016 issue of portal.
The poster above was designed to promote a LISSA (Library & Information Student Assembly) event surrounding ALA's Banned Books Week. The event was an edible book fair focused on banned and challenged books, and, in terms of participation and reach, it was one of our most successful events of the 2014-15 academic year.
As part of a Library Advocacy course with Barbara Stripling, I created this Advocacy Campaign Plan for my local branch library. This plan took a "Strengths-Based Leadership" approach to long-term, sustained advocacy efforts centered around community priorities and aspirations.
This web-based pathfinder, centered on study of the 19th century Georg Buchner play Woyzeck, is geared towards students and young theatre practictioners who are interested in analyzing, producing, or directing German political theater. It is also useful for members of the general public who are interested in German literature and politics.