Earnestine Adeyemon is the Electronic Resources Librarian in the Acquisitions and Metadata Team at the Kelvin Smith Library of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She has also been involved with community outreach initiatives since 2002.
Robin M. Ashford, Reference & Distance Services Librarian, George Fox University, Portland, Oregon, USA – An early adopter of emerging technologies, Robin has written and presented on QR codes, augmented reality, and general mobile literacy topics. As an adjunct for her university’s School of Education she teaches online graduate courses on emerging and educational technologies.
Toby Greenwalt is Virtual Services Coordinator at Skokie (IL) Public Library, where he is charged with improving the public side of the organization’s web interface. Working with issues of content, design, and policy, he works to bring the human factor to community technology. He writes “The Wired Library” column for Public Libraries magazine, as well [...]
Bohyun Kim is the Digital Access Librarian at Florida International University Medical Library in Miami, FL. She has particular interests in library innovation and emerging technologies and has worked in web services, e-resources management, digitization, reference, and instructional technologies.
David Lee King is the Digital Services Director at Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library, where he plans, implements, and experiments with emerging technology trends. He speaks internationally about emerging trends, website management, digital experience, and social media, and has been published in many library-related journals.
Meagan is the Instructional Design Librarian at American University Library, where she promotes information and digital literacy through digital projects related to reference service delivery, user experience, and outreach initiatives.
Breanne A. Kirsch is a Public Services Librarian at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Her interest in games in libraries motivated her to create the Library and Information Technology Association’s Game Making Interest Group. She is also working with the Games and Gaming Round Table of the American Library Association.
Ellyssa Kroski is Manager of Information Systems at the New York Law Institute as well as a writer, educator, and international conference speaker. In 2011, she won the ALA’s Greenwood Publishing Group Award for the Best Book in Library Literature for The Tech Set, the ten-book technology series that she created and edited.
Chad Mairn is a librarian, teacher, author and ‘technofile’ who frequently shares his enthusiasm for ‘all-things technology’ as a speaker at library and technology conferences. He is an Information Services Librarian and adjunct professor at St. Petersburg College in Florida and is also the Chief Technology Officer at Novare Library Services.
Willie Miller is an Assistant Librarian at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) University Library, where he serves as subject liaison to the IU School of Informatics and the IU School of Journalism. In addition, Miller leads the library’s Campus Outreach Group. His research interests focus on student engagement and instructional technology. He recently [...]
Mary Minow is the Follett Chair at Dominican University’s Graduate School of Library and Information Science where she teaches Information Policy and Digital Copyright. She is also Counsel to the Califa Group, a California library consortium that is using the Douglas County model of buying ebooks.
Iman Moradi is the Creative Director of Running in the Halls (RITH) an independent design and development studio based in Yorkshire, England and co-founder of Librarygame. Librarygame is a product of RITH’s R&D work into how elements of gaming can be embedded in a variety of contexts including education and Libraries to spark microsocial interaction and nudge positive user behaviour!
Dawn Nelson is the Instructional Media and Technology Coordinator with Osseo (MN) Area Schools. Her passion for technology, books, libraries, and learning is a perfect fit with today’s school libraries and she has been a teacher-librarian in both elementary and secondary schools.
Angela Nolet is part of the Social Media Team at the King County Library System (KCLS), where she engages with patrons online. In her previous incarnation she was a children’s librarian for over a decade. In 2011, she was recognized as a Library Journal Mover & Shaker for her work highlighting KCLS’ early literacy videos [...]
Ken is the Director of The Ohio State University Web Accessibility Center. He consults with IT, performs web site and application evaluations, and gives workshops to help make OSU online resources more accessible to people with disabilities.
Sue Polanka is the Head of Reference and Instruction at the Wright State University Libraries in Dayton, Ohio and the Vice President/President Elect of the Academic Library Association of Ohio, She was named a Library Journal 2011 Mover and Shaker for her work with e-books.
Lee Rainie is the Director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, a non-profit, non–partisan “fact tank” that studies the social impact of the internet. The Project has issued more than 350 reports based on its surveys that examine people’s online activities and the internet’s role in their lives.
Heather Westhaver is the Librarian Trainer, in Information Services at Burlington Public Library in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. She has a particular interest in innovation and emerging technologies and recently helped launch the first lending iPad collection in Canada. She has worked in children, teen and adult services, staff and public training, technical services,and e-resource management.