Lieutenant-Headshot-Web-2014-11-22Elizabeth Lieutenant is a Masters of Library and Information Science (MSLIS) Candidate at The Catholic University of America. She will graduate in May 2016 and aspires to establish her career in academia. She is employed as a Graduate Library Assistant at The Catholic University of America Libraries.

Elizabeth is passionate about supporting positive developments and improvements in the lives of individuals, organizations, communities, and society and removing barriers to information, opportunities, and outcomes. She has pursued her passion by conducting research to facilitate service improvements and engaging communities through outreach activities and partnership initiatives. Her interests align with her values and include: critical pedagogical praxis, student leadership development, and redesigning higher education institutions to be equitable, inclusive, and open learning systems.

ALISE 2016: Preliminary Recap

I had an amazing time at the ALISE 2016 Annual Conference. Tuesday Went meta at the Pre-Conference Workshop: Education to Innovate Reflected on penguins and power dynamics at the 2016 ALISE Academy Forum on Radical Change Presented my works-in-progress poster We’re Expected to Think? Evaluating LIS Program-level Student Learning Outcomes Wednesday Quiet breakfast with my co-presenter Presented my first conference paper LIS Student Engagement … Continue reading