Author Archives: Kathleen

About Kathleen

I'm the Coordinator of Information Services at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, which means I'm the faculty liaison responsible for library instruction, the library's web presence, services for off-campus & distance students, collection development & management for all subject areas, and providing both f2f & virtual reference assistance. I don't get bored.

2015 DLIG Spring Workshop

We’d like to thank everyone who made this year’s DLIG Spring Workshop a huge success, especially our attendees! Links to presentations can be found on the “Resource Links” page & we’ll be uploading photos to our flickr account shortly. Thank … Continue reading

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Register now for the DLIG Spring Workshop!

Registration is now open for the 2015 Spring Workshop!Visit our Workshops page to view session details, presenter bios, and an agenda, and then follow the big red Register button to sign up! You can also print our Workshop Flyer so … Continue reading

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Burke & Tumbleson Snag Title of 2015 DLIG Visionary(ies)

We are excited to announce that for 2015 we have not one, but TWO DLIG Visionaries! John Burke and Beth Tumbleson of Miami University Middletown were jointly nominated for their vast contributions to distance librarianship. They frequently co-present at national, … Continue reading

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Going to the Conference? Don’t miss the DLIG sponsored session!

Sure, it may SEEM a little bit early to plan which sessions you’ll attend at the 2014 ALAO Conference, but we want to make sure you don’t miss out on the DLIG sponsored session. We are incredibly excited to have … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Char Booth at the ALAO Pre Conference!

Who Gives? Advocacy & Outreach That Make Things Matter Even if you missed the Early Bird Special, it’s not too late to register for the ALAO Conference AND the ALAO Pre Conference! This workshop will engage participants in discussions and … Continue reading

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Don’t miss the “Early Bird Special”! Register for the ALAO Annual Conference by Sept. 19th…

While your first step is to register for the 40th Annual ALAO Conference (to be held Friday, November 14th at the Kalahari in Sandusky, Ohio), your second step is to make sure you don’t miss the DLIG-sponsored session, “Rethinking our … Continue reading

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Do you MOOC? Check out “Learning to Teach Online”!

Although the main audience for this free, 8-week course is educators in higher education, the course outline shows a lot of promise for librarians who want to sharpen their skills, understand best practices, and get some extra professional development in. … Continue reading

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