I am Coordinator of Library Instruction at LIU Brooklyn, a lively and diverse urban campus in the heart of downtown Brooklyn. My colleagues and I teach around 400 individual sessions a year, with a heavy focus on first and second year programs. My role also includes significant work on assessment and embedding information literacy instruction into our learning communities.
My research interests include critical approaches to information literacy instruction, gender and sexuality in librarianship, and the intersections of composition studies and the library. I am series editor for Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies from Library Juice Press/Litwin Books and sit on the board of Radical Teacher.
I also write about what I ate for lunch and why.