I have experience teaching undergraduate and graduate students how to conduct research using library-based resources. While completing a research instruction practicum at Georgetown University Library’s Collection, Research, and Instruction Department, I led and co-taught academic library instruction sessions, and co-facilitated independent and small-group research during library instruction sessions. In this role, I also evaluated existing online learning resources, including Georgetown University’s required online information literacy tutorial for incoming undergraduate students, and created digital resources to improve student’s research literacy skills.
|Spring 2015||SOCI-111 Flourishing in College and Community
Co-taught library instruction sessions on conducting library research, contributed information resources to the online course guide, co-created an annotated bibliography worksheet, and collected indirect assessment data via a feedback form.
|Spring 2015||Doing Research at Georgetown
Partnered with the University’s Academic Resources Center to teach a library research workshop for academically challenged undergraduate students.
|Spring 2014||DC Reads at The Catholic University of America
Imagine Hope Community Charter School
Provided individual tutoring, in-class instructional support, and after-school homework assistance to under-served students. Attended training sessions on classroom management in K-12 settings.