Nancy Kirkpatrick Executive Director/CEO, OhioNET
Nancy S. Kirkpatrick is the Executive Director and CEO of OhioNET, a multi-type library consortium based in Columbus, OH and she also runs her own consulting business. She previously served as the Associate Director of the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services and was the Director of Library Services at Marian University. Nancy practiced non-profit law before entering librarianship. An ALA Spectrum Scholar, Nancy enjoys serving the ALA membership through appointments to the Committee on Professional Ethics (2020-2022) and the Spectrum Advisory Board (2020-2022). She is interested in change management and leadership models, especially as examined through an appreciative inquiry (AI) lens.
Nancy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Drake University, a Juris Doctor from the TC Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, and a Master of Science in Library and Information Science from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.'
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick Researcher | Facilitator | Leader, Renewals
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick earned her MSLS from the historic Clark Atlanta University School of Library and Information Studies. Her research interests include professionalism, ethics, racial and ethnic diversity in the LIS field, and the role of communities of practice in practical academic librarianship. She is co-editor of The Small and Rural Academic Library: Leveraging Resources and Overcoming Limitations (ACRL 2016) and author of two annotated bibliographies.
In addition to her research and writing, Kendrick also leads professional development opportunities and organizational dialogues designed to energize employee morale and promote empathetic leadership in North American libraries. In her daily and long-term work, Kendrick has transformed library programs, services, and culture via creativity, leadership, and advocacy. In 2019, Kendrick was named the Association of College and Research Libraries' Academic/Research Librarian of the Year. Learn more about Kaetrena's mission and activities.
Rebekkah Smith Aldrich Executive Director, Mid-Hudson Library System
Rebekkah Smith Aldrich is the executive director of the Mid-Hudson Library System, a cooperative public library system with 66 members. Rebekkah is the co-founder of the Sustainable Libraries Initiative of the New York Library Association, co-chair of the American Library Association's Sustainability Task Force and a board member of the ALA Center for the Future of Libraries. Rebekkah is the author of Sustainable Thinking: Ensure Your Library's Future in Uncertain Times and Resilience, part of The Futures Series from ALA Editions, and is a frequent international speaker on the topic of the future of libraries.
Ione Damasco Director, Division of Information Acquisition & Organization, University of Dayton
Ione T. Damasco, M.L.I.S., is a Professor and Director of Information Acquisition & Organization at the University of Dayton, where she provides leadership, guidance, and support for technical services work in the University Libraries. She is also the Chair of the University Libraries Diversity & Inclusion Team, which serves as a resource around diversity, equity, and inclusion endeavors across all areas and for every unit of the Libraries. Along with several faculty and staff from around campus, she is part of the Dialogue Zone Steering Committee, which is dedicated to programming and other initiatives around different forms of dialogue that take place in a new library space called the Dialogue Zone. Her most recent research has centered on race and diversity issues in librarianship, and potential uses of intergroup dialogue as a form of experiential learning focused on social justice outcomes in libraries. Learn more about her work and research.
Kristen Adams Science and Engineering Librarian, Miami University
Kristen Adams is the science and engineering librarian in the Advise and Instruct department at the Miami University Libraries. Adams has served at Miami since 2019 and worked previously at a public library. Her research interests are historical data rescue and collection development strategies.
Kathleen Baril Director, Ohio Northern University
Kathleen Baril is the Director of Heterick Memorial Library at Ohio Northern University. She has a M.A. in Library Information Science from University of Iowa, a M.A. in Elementary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a B.A. in English/French from Grinnell College.
Maureen Barry Reference and Instruction Librarian, Bowling Green State University
Maureen Barry joined Bowling Green State University as Reference and Instruction Librarian in Spring 2019. She is the subject librarian for Criminal Justice, Gerontology, History, and Social Work. Her research interests include first-year students’ transition to college and the intersections of service-learning and information literacy. Prior to arriving at BGSU, Maureen was Student Success Librarian at Wright State University for 14 years.
Christina Beis Assistant Professor and Discovery Services Librarian, University of Dayton
Christina 'Tina' Beis is assistant professor and discovery services librarian at the University of Dayton Libraries. She manages the life cycle of electronic resources, which includes access, discovery, assessment, and problem resolution. She also provides reference support, participates in library instruction and serves as liaison to the Criminal Justice Studies Program and the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work.
Veronica Bielat Student Success Librarian, Wayne State University
Veronica Bielat is the Student Success Librarian and English Subject Specialist in Wayne State University’s Library System. She strives to connect with students so they can forge independent critical paths through our complex information ecosystem. She has presented and published on her passionate pursuits of course integrated information literacy instruction, integrating technology into teaching and instructional design and faculty/librarian collaboration. When she’s not doing that, she likes to spend quality time in her garden, and sharing what’s happening on @vbielat
Ginny Boehme Science Librarian, Miami University
Ginny Boehme is a science librarian in the Advise & Instruct department at Miami University Libraries, with liaison responsibilities for several departments in the life sciences. Her primary responsibilities are instruction and reference, and her passion lies in helping her students ultimately become informed, engaged, and active citizens.
Colleen Boff Head of Curriculum Resource Center, Bowling Green State University
Dr. Colleen Boff is the Head of the Curriculum Resource Center at Bowling Green State University.
Mike Bomholt Technology Development Manager, Miami University
Mike Bomholt is a Technology Development Manager. He specializes in Endpoint device and software management.
Sara Butler-Tongate Reference Archivist, Bowling Green State University
Sara Butler-Tongate is the Reference Archivist for the Center for Archival Collections at Bowling Green State University. Her research interests include genealogy, folk narrative, and teaching with primary sources. Before joining the BGSU Library staff in December of 2019, she served as the Library Director at the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania.
Cara Calabrese Acquisitions and Access Librarian, Miami University
Cara Calabrese is the Acquisitions & Access Librarian at Miami University Libraries. She received her MLIS from Florida State University in 2015 and began her librarian career as a Resident Librarian in Technical Services. She has worked in various areas of Technical Services, but has recently focused on acquisitions and electronic resources. She is a Past Co-chair of ALAO’s TEDSIG and currently serves on ALCTS Budget and Finance Committee and as the Programs & Proposals’ Team leader for ACRL’s Residency Interest Group.
Catherine Cardwell Regional Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Catherine Cardwell is the Regional Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library at the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg (USFSP). She provides leadership for the library, online learning, instructional technology services, and the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning. A librarian for more than twenty years, Cardwell has served in various leadership positions for twenty-one of those years from library instruction coordinator to library dean. Her research interests include library leadership, integrating information literacy and digital scholarship into the curriculum, creating dynamic and contemporary user-centered teaching and learning spaces, and improving discovery and usability of library resources and services.
Catie Carlson Library Director, University of Cincinnati Clermont
Catie Carlson is the Library Director at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College. She previously worked at Tiffin University as the Library Director during their general education curriculum revision. She holds a an MLIS, MEd, and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program for Adult Learning & Leadership.
Lori Chapin Manager of Innovative Spaces, Miami University
Lori Chapin is currently serving as the Manager of Innovative Spaces, she supports the University Libraries’ classrooms. Lori has a strong interest in experiential learning and her research interests include maker literacies and user experience.
Kristen Cole Assessment and Special Projects Librarian and Associate Professor, Otterbein University
Kristin Cole (she/her/hers) is the Assessment and Special Projects Librarian, Associate Professor at Otterbein University. She oversees the library’s assessment projects and provides academic support to faculty and students in education and the sciences. Her research interests include assessment of public services and instructional design for online learning. She has an MLIS and an M.Ed in Instructional Technology, both from Kent State University.
Jess Crossfield McIntosh Public Services Librarian and Associate Professor, Otterbein University
Jess Crossfield McIntosh (she/her/hers) is the Public Services Librarian, Associate Professor at Otterbein University. Jess manages outreach, marketing, and public services for the library, and provides academic support to students and faculty. Her research interests include the library’s role in the community and equity in public services.
Mark Dahlquist Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian, Miami University
Mark Dahlquist (Miami University) is a Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian. His research interests include digital humanities, information creativity and literacy, and early modern literary studies.
Malachai Darling , Indiana University-Bloomington
Malachai Darling is a recent graduate from Indiana University with a master's degree in Library Science and a specialization in Archives and Records Management. He has an interest in public services within archives and special collections and finds projects such as that described in the abstract allows him to grow and develop skills that better assist researchers in any institution.
Chris Deems Systems and Technology Librarian, Ohio Northern University
Chris Deems is the Systems and Technology Librarian at Ohio Northern University and currently serves as the newest TEDSIG Co-Chair. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 2015 with a BA in History, and from the University of Texas at Austin with an MSIS in 2017.
Mark Eddy Research Services Librarian, Case Western Reserve University
Mark Eddy is a Research Services Librarian liaison to social sciences and humanities departments at Case Western Reserve University. He has training in the humanities and library science and is professionally active with ALAO and ACRL. His research interests include, instruction, OER, outreach, social sciences research support, and assessment.
Luann Edwards Library Director, Tiffin University
Luann Edwards is the current Library Director at Tiffin University, having worked previously as the Online Services Librarian. She is involved in the ongoing general education efforts, including the delivery of an information-literacy focused course developed during the curriculum revision. She holds a MLIS and MA in English.
Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros Latin American Studies Librarian and Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University
Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros is an Assistant Professor and Latin American Area Studies Librarian at The Ohio State University (OSU). As a bilingual/bicultural information professional, she has supported international research initiatives, developed award-winning educational curriculum, and served as senior project manager in corporate, private, and higher education settings. Espinosa de los Monteros is the recipient of a Fulbright Garcia Robles Binational Business Fellowship, University Libraries’ Teaching Award, and Ohio State’s Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award. Her most current project is as a co-principal investigator for the K’acha Willaykuna Andean and Amazonian Indigenous Arts and Humanities Collaborative.
Ash Faulkner Business Librarian, The Ohio State University
Ash E. Faulkner is the Business Librarian at The Ohio State University Library. She graduated from Kent State University with her MBA as well as her MLIS and her professional work, and research interests, have focused on the intersection of the business and librarianship fields. Her research has focused specifically on library services and resources for entrepreneurs and on financial literacy, both in academic and public library contexts.
Matt Francis Archivist, Ohio Northern University
Matt is the Archivist at Ohio Northern University, and has been a practicing archivist since 2008. He has a M.A. in public history from Wright State University and a B.A. in history from Bluffton University.
Madeline Gaiser Online Learning and Instruction Librarian, University of Cincinnati
Madeleine Gaiser is the Online Learning and Instruction Librarian for the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH) Library at the University of Cincinnati. She graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington with her Masters in Library Science in May 2020. Her interests are instruction, virtual reference, and online accessibility.
Heidi Gauder Professor and Coordinator of Research & Instruction, University of Dayton
Heidi Gauder is professor and coordinator of research & instruction at University of Dayton. She chairs the Instruction and Research Teams of Roesch Library, coordinating and scheduling the work of the team members. She is the subject liaison to the History and Political Science Departments, and coordinates Porch Reads, a leisure reading program for undergraduates.
Katie Gibson Humanities Librarian, Miami Univeristy
Katie Gibson is a Humanities Librarian at Miami University Libraries. She received her MLS from Indiana University in 2006. Research interests include library services to diverse student populations (including international and first generation students), information literacy instruction, and digital humanities. She is active in the European Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Jane Hammons Teaching and Learning Engagement Librarian and Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University
Jane Hammons is the Teaching and Learning Engagement Librarian and an assistant professor at The Ohio State University. As part of the Teaching and Learning department within the University Libraries, her role is to provide programming and resources to support instructor development within the Libraries and across the University.
Henry Handley Collections Librarian, University of Dayton
Henry Handley is a collections librarian stewarding a special collection in an academic library in Ohio, where he considers equity, diversity, and inclusion in collection development, collection management, instruction, and reference. He also faces questions about how to deal with library users and collection materials that oppose his queer and trans identity due to the collection’s institutional milieu.
Stefanie Hilles Arts and Humanities Librarian, Miami University
Stefanie Hilles is the Arts and Humanities Librarian at Wertz Art and Architecture Library at Miami University, where she liaisons to the art, architecture, and theater departments, manages their collections, and instructs information literacy sessions. Stefanie holds a M.A. in Art History from Case Western Reserve University and a M.L.I.S from Kent State University. She is also the Chapter Liaison Officer on the Art Librarians Society of North America’s (ARLIS/NA) Executive Board, where she’s responsible for representing and coordinating with regional ARLIS/NA chapters.
Yuimi Hlasten Electronic Resources and Scholarly Communication Librarian, Denison University
Yuimi Hlasten holds a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Okayama University, Japan. Her interests include educational technology, services to international students, e-resources, and institutional repositories. She loves coffee, chewing gum, and all small sized vertebrates that come with legs.
Kim Hoffman Preservation Librarian, Miami University
Kim Hoffman is the Preservation Librarian at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she is responsible for maintaining both the circulating and special collections as well as the digital preservation program. She received her MS in Library and Information Science and her MA in Museum Studies in 2019 from Syracuse University in New York, where she also earned a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Cultural Heritage Preservation. At Syracuse University, she worked as a preservation assistant from 2016 to 2019. Before turning to library work, Kim was a technical writer for various software products.
Sharon Holderman Coordinator of Public Services, Tennessee Tech University
Sharon Holderman is the Coordinator of Public Services at Tennessee Tech University, which includes reference, instruction, tutoring, testing, circulation, collection development, and marketing. Previously she worked as a library director at a small branch campus, and prior to her library life, she was an academic advisor. She has an MA in journalism and an MLIS from Kent State University and an MS in leadership from Creighton University.
Ken Irwin Web Services Librarian, Miami University
Ken Irwin is a Web Services Librarian at Miami University. He is interested in developing open-source solutions to solve challenging library issues and to make the most of our resources.
Jennifer Joe Undergraduate Engagement Librarian and Assistant Professor, University of Toledo
Jennifer Joe is an Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Engagement Librarian at the University of Toledo. Previously, she worked at Western Kentucky University as the Owensboro Campus Librarian. Her degrees are from Indiana University (Master of Library Science, 2010) and Western Kentucky University (Master of Arts in Sociology, 2011) and her research interests include emotional labor in librarianship, information literacy, and social media.
Jacky Johnson University Archivist, Miami University
Johnson is the University Archivist at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. She earned her bachelor's degree from Limestone College and master’s from the University of South Carolina. Johnson is the author of Finding Freedom: Memorializing the Voices of Freedom Summer and Western College. Her chapter on “Edgar Stillman Kelley, Dean of American Composers” was published in the book Celebrating the Oxford, Ohio Bicentennial 1810-2010. Her published works also appear in Ohio History, Archival Outlook and The Journal of Afro-American History and Genealogical Society. Her research focuses on the history of Miami University, Western College for Women, and Oxford College.
Katy Kelly Coordinator of Marketing and Engagement and Associate Professor, University of Dayton
Katy Kelly is associate professor and coordinator of marketing and engagement at University of Dayton Libraries. She promotes library services and resources by planning, developing, and assessing programs, activities, and publications for the university community. She also provides reference support, participates in library instruction and serves as liaison to the Department of Communication.
Zachary Lewis Student Success Librarian and Assistant Professor, University of Dayton
Zachary Lewis holds the role of Student Success Librarian and Assistant Professor at University of Dayton. His work involves supporting underserved and underrepresented students. Zachary is the chair of the university's First-Gen Success Team, and a standing member of the University Libraries Diversity and Inclusion Team, working to coordinate dialogue regarding issues of equity and inclusion. Zachary is also the interim liaison to the School of Engineering. His research interests include the first-gen experience, DE&I, social justice, accessibility, and student engagement.
Rachel Makarowski Special Collections Librarian, Miami University
Rachel Makarowski is the Special Collections Librarian at Miami University. She graduated from IU Bloomington with an MLS, specializing in Rare Book and Manuscript Librarianship, and worked at the Lilly Library in Public Services during her time there. She earned her BA in Classics and Medieval Studies from the University of Virginia, during which time she worked at Rare Book School. While she loves all parts of special collections, she is most interested in researching and discussing instruction with primary sources.
Megan Mamolen Librarian and Assistant Professor, Lakeland Community College
Megan Mamolen is a Librarian and Assistant Professor at Lakeland Community College. She has worked in academic libraries for 5 years and is interested in how programming and mindfulness activities influence library anxiety. Megan has practiced meditation for nearly a decade and has helped develop and coordinate community meditation groups. She now provides guided meditation sessions for Lakeland students, faculty, and staff.
Kevin Messner Head of Advise and Instruct, Miami University
Kevin Messner is the Head of Advise & Instruct at Miami University Libraries. He received an MS in Library and Information Sciences and PhD in Microbiology from the University of Illinois in 2002. He previously worked as a science librarian and a branch libraries manager at Miami and at the University of Minnesota.
Marsha Miles Head of Collections and Digital Initiatives, Cleveland State University
Marsha Miles is Head of Collections and Digital Initiatives at Cleveland State University. She holds a Master in Library and Information Science degree from Kent State University. She oversees the Collections and Resource Management unit of the Michael Schwartz Library which includes acquisitions, cataloging, collection management, digital initiatives, donations, electronic resources, government documents, knowledge-bases, serials, systems and the Department of Special Collections. Marsha’s research interests include digital libraries, metadata, and scholarly communication.
Jolene Miller Director of the Mulford Health Science Library and Assistant Professor of Library Administration, University of Toledo
Jolene Miller is Director of the Mulford Health Science Library and an Assistant Professor of Library Administration at the University of Toledo. The complex realities of library administration forced her to look for new ways to manage her workload and develop the knowledge and skills needed for success. Reflective practice was a natural extension of her life-long experience keeping a personal journal. It provided the time and space needed to develop as an administrator. She is interested in how health science librarians use reflective practice and how they can learn to apply reflective practice in their positions.
Alisa Mizikar Reference Librarian, Wittenberg University
Alisa Mizikar is a Reference Librarian at Wittenberg University. She is interested in building community and making the library a welcoming place for everyone.
Abi Morgan Social Sciences Librarian, Miami University
Abi Morgan is a Social Sciences librarian at Miami University.
Matthew Morgan , Ohio Northern University
Matthew Morgan is a senior undergraduate Psychology student with a minor in Statistics. He works part time at the Ohio Northern University Writing Center at Heterick Memorial Library.
Carla Myers Coordinator of Scholarly Communications and Assistant Professor, Miami University
Carla Myers serves as Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries. Her professional presentations and publications focus on copyright and scholarly communications issues.
Sarah Nagle Creation and Innovation Services Librarian, Miami University
As Creation and Innovation Services Librarian, Sarah Nagle supports maker learning and innovation topics. Her research interests include maker/creative spaces in academic libraries and maker-centered learning in higher education.
Jody Perkins Digital Scholarship Librarian, Miami University
Jody Perkins is a Digital Scholarship Librarian. Her research interests include Digital Libraries, Linked Open Data and Digital Humanities Pedagogy.
Kristen Peters Interim Director, Wittenberg University
Kristen Peters is the Interim Director at Wittenberg University's library. She is always on the lookout for new ways the library faculty and staff can form new connections that support lifelong learning.
Stephanie Porrata Mary P. Key Diversity Resident Librarian with Area Studies, The Ohio State University
Stephanie Porrata graduated with a an M.A in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and M.L.S in May of 2019 and is currently a Mary P. Key Diversity Resident Librarian for Area Studies at the Ohio State University. Stephanie is interested in exploring libraries as areas for activism and resistance, creating more meaningful diversity residency programs, and the role of area studies librarians supporting social justice work.
Carah Porter , Ohio Northern University
Carah Porter is a senior undergraduate psychology student at Ohio Northern University. She works part time at the Ohio Northern University Writing Center.
Justine Post Writing Center Director and Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Ohio Northern University
Justine Post is the Writing Center Director and an Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition at Ohio Northern University. She received a Ph.D. in English and Education from the University of Michigan.
Megan Powell Access Services Manager, Franklin University
Megan Powell (she/her/hers) is the Access Services Manager at Franklin University. She is responsible for planning and organizing all circulation functions, managing student workers, providing reference assistance, and overseeing all aspects of the Interlibrary Loan Department. She graduated from Otterbein University in May and plans on applying to an MLIS program later this year.
Chris Robinson-Nkongola Reference and Instruction Librarian, Bowling Green State University
Chris is a graduate of Indiana State University (English) and Drexel University (MLIS) and has worked in academic libraries for seven years. Currently, she is a Reference and Instruction Librarian at Bowling Green State University. She has presented on microaggressions at several state and national conferences. She has co-authored the article,” Dropped in Without a Parachute: Library Managers' Supervision Experiences” published in the Journal of Library Administration, which analyzes the microaggressions that library managers experience.
Edith Scarletto Reference and Instruction Librarian, Bowling Green State University
Edith is a graduate of Wittenberg University (Sociology) and Kent State University (MLIS) and has been an academic librarian for 18 years. She has worked in several state university libraries and is currently a Reference & Instruction Librarian for the Sciences at Bowling Green State University. Her scholarly interests include hiring and recruitment practices for DEI in libraries and has presented at state and national conferences JCLC, IDEAL and ALAO Diversity Workshop.
Maureen Schlangen E-scholarship and communications manager, University of Dayton
Maureen Schlangen manages the university’s open-access institutional repository and contributes to the Libraries’ marketing and communications efforts.
Tina Schneider Professor and Library Director, The Ohio State University
Tina Schneider is a Professor with Ohio State University Libraries and the director of the Lima Campus Library.
Ragan Snead Circulation Services Coordinator, Lakeland Community College
Ragan Snead is the Circulation Services Coordinator at Lakeland Community College. She has been working in public and academic libraries for 11 years and is interested in engaging students through unique and intentional programming. Ragan is a member of the Lakeland Employee Wellness Committee which coordinates wellness and mindfulness activities across campus. Ragan regularly practices yoga and is pursuing a yoga teacher certification.
Daniela Soloman Research Services Librarian liason to engineering departments, Case Western University
Daniela Solomon is a Research Services Librarian liaison to engineering departments at Case Western Reserve University. She received her BS in Electrical Engineering from Romania, and holds an MLSI from the University of Arizona. Daniela is professionally active in the American Society for Engineering Education, Engineering Libraries Division, and ALAO. Her research interests include scholarly communications, technical standards, OER, instruction, and outreach.
Bethany Spieth Instruction and Access Services Librarian, Ohio Northern University
Bethany Spieth is the Instruction & Access Services Librarian at Heterick Memorial Library at Ohio Northern University. She has an M.L.I.S from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Troy Walker Graduate Student Assistant, Wayne State University
Troy Walker is a Graduate Student Assistant in Wayne State University’s Library System and is about to enter the second semester of his MLIS in the School of Information Sciences. He also works as a Circulation Clerk at the Orion Township Public Library. He is passionate about literature, the pursuit of knowledge, and helping people and their communities. Over the course of his library career, he hopes to utilize his skills to promote lifelong learning, intellectual freedom, and social justice. In his free time, you’ll find him reading a novel or caring for his three unruly cats.
Zach Walton Reference and Instruction Librarian, The Ohio State University
Zach Walton is the Reference and Instruction Librarian at The Ohio State University at Lima.
Jason Wardell Health and Life Sciences Librarian and Assistant Professor, University of Dayton
Jason Wardell holds the role of Health & Life Sciences Librarian and Assistant Professor at University of Dayton. As the lead for instructional design on the library’s Instruction Team, Jason is responsible for developing and maintaining online learning content as well as training his colleagues on utilizing new instructional technologies both online and in the classroom. His research interests include learner-centered pedagogy; scholarly communications; diversity, equity & inclusion; and asynchronous instruction.
Rob O'Brien Withers Coordinator of Access Services, Miami University
Withers is Coordinator of Access Services at Miami University. He has presented at conferences including the Access Services Conference, ACRL, Brick and Click, Computers in Libraries, HighEdWeb, LOEX, and NASIG and published in Against the Grain, College & Research Libraries, C&RL News, Library Collections, Acquisitions and Technical Services, and College & Undergraduate Libraries.
Jerry Yarnetsky Web Services Librarian, Miami University
Jerry Yarnetsky is a Web Services librarian at Miami University.
Ann Zlotnik Communications Coordinator and Graphic Designer, University of Dayton
Ann Zlotnik is the communications coordinator for the Marian Library and the graphic designer for University of Dayton Libraries. She manages websites, the blog and oversees social media for the Marian Library, designs exhibits and spaces and serves on the Libraries’ marketing and outreach team.
Jillian Ewalt Librarian for Visual Resources, University of Dayton
As a Librarian for Visual Resources, Jillian manages the art and image collections in the Marian Library. She oversees collection development and exhibits and provides reference services, instruction, and outreach. Jillian also serves as the liaison to the Art and Design department.
Sandra Enimil Copyright Librarian and Contracting Specialist, Yale University Library
Sandra Aya Enimil is the Copyright Librarian and Contracting Specialist at Yale University Library. Prior to this role, she was the Copyright Services Librarian at the Ohio State University Libraries. She has also given numerous presentations on various aspects of copyright at several institutions. Sandra was previously the Archives/Copyright Manager of the Chicago Defender Newspaper. Sandra earned her Law and Masters of Library and Information Science degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Sandra has Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Michigan and a Master's degree in International Relations from the University of Ghana
Tammy Stitz Applied Sciences Librarian, University of Akron