Continuing Education


Safe Space Training & Certificate, March 30, 2022
Becoming Community Certificate, March 2022
College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, Saint Joseph, MN
Cultural Competency & Inclusive Teaching, September 2018-December 2018
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, UT Libraries


Collecting Artists’ Books in Academic Libraries: Perspectives for the 21st Century, August 3-5, 2022, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
SEI Workshop (Summer Educational Institute for Digital Stewardship of Visual Information), June 20-24, 2022, ARLIS/NA and VRA Foundation (virtual)
“Ownership” and Rights Issues: Copyright and Beyond, Nancy Sims
Ethical Digital Stewardship, Stacie Williams
Digital Accessibility and Digital Equity, Rebecca Y. Bayeck
Project Management, Cristela Garcia-Spitz
Digitization, Jesse Henderson
Metadata for Cultural Heritage Materials, Devon Murphy
Inclusive Description and Subjects for Cultural Heritage Materials, Treshani Perera
Digital Preservation, Molly Szymanski
DAMs & Digital Repositories, Dinah Handel
Introduction to Jupyter and Python Basics 1, 2, 3, & 4 for librarians and digital humanists, April 18, 20, 22, 25, 2022, ACRL DSS (virtual)
Unpacking White Supremacy in Academic Libraries; Interrupting White Supremacy with Anti-Racist Action, March 12 & 19, 2021, MN Library Association, (virtual)
Library Carpentry: Open Refine, UNIX Shell, Git, Tidy Data, Nov 12 ; Nov 19 ; Dec 3 ; Dec 10, 2020, Caitlin Bakker, Cody Hennesy, Wanda Marsolek, David Naughton, (virtual)
Great Graphs ; Dashboard Design, Excel workshops, Ann K. Emery July 11-12, 2018, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
Data Visualization in NVivo, Rachel Ladd February 20, 2018, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
Introduction to NVivo, Rachel Ladd February 6, 2018, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
#mlatechcamp, January 31, 2018, Music Library Association Pre-conference, Portland, Oregon
Intro to Processing Born-Digital Content (VirtualBox, BitCurator, FTK imager), Jonathan Manton
Intro to Data Manipulation and Visualization in R (R, R-Studio), Francesca Gianetti
Fair Use and Digital Projects, Kathleen DiLaurenti
Digital Scholarship Boot Camp May 15-17, 2017, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
Digital Collections & Exhibits Track, Markus Wust
Data & Visualization Track, Angela Zoss
The Beat Goes On-athon: Creating Linked Data for Music with RIMMF, Kathy Glennan, February 22, 2017, Music Library Association Pre-conference, Orlando, Florida
Digital Humanities Series Workshops, August 2015-May 2016, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
Knight Lab StoryMap JS, TimeLine JS; Scalar; Omeka


Micro-credentials and Digital Badges in Higher Education, October 12-13, 2022, Academic Impressions (virtual)
Day of DH (Digital Humanities), June 3, 2022, Carleton College (virtual)
Kraemer Copyright Conference, June 7-8, 2021, Colorado College (virtual)
Documenting Dissent: L.A. Artists’ Protest Photograph, May 27, 2021, Getty Research Institute (virtual)
Music Collection Assessment Summit, April 21-23, 2021, University of Toronto (virtual)
Diversity in Music Libraries, March 25, 2021, Dr. Louise Toppin, Univ of Michigan; Dr. Rosephanye Powell, Auburn; Dr. Maurice Wheeler, UNT, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee (virtual)
Collective Relevance: Curating Black Art & History through Independent Archival Praxis, February 17, 2021, kYmberly Keeton, Austin History Center, ART | library deco
First Chair Chats on Video Game Music and You: An Exploration of Ludomusicology and Sound Design in Video Games, February 11, 2021, University of North Texas (virtual)
In Conversation with Dr. Ibram X. Kendi –Becoming an Antiracist, Multicultural Community Center, October 23, 2020, College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University (virtual)
MS Access Basic and Intermediate Training, October, November 2009, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

Webinars HTML Essential Training; SQL Essential Training; MySQL Essential Training;
Learning Web Semantics; Camtasia 9 for Windows Essential Training; Canvas
● NOTE: all are ASIS&T webinars unless designated otherwise
● Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable: Engaging in Dialogue About Race and Bias (Academic Impressions)
● The Getty Vocabulary Program’s OpenRefine Reconciliation Service: From Users to Contributors (DCMI); Jonathan Ward
● Unleashing images across the Academy: visual literacy and interdisciplinary learning (Artstor); Nancy Minty
● Let’s Get Visual, Visual: New Instructional Approaches for Visual Literacy (ACRL); Dana Thompson, Sara Schumacher, Maggie Murphy
● Best Practices in Information Literacy: A Look at First Year Instruction (ACRL); Ken Liss, Emily Merrifield, Sam McClellan
● Copyright for Campus Closures: Exploring the Copyright Issues around Moving Instruction and Reference Online (ACRL); Sarah R. Benson
● Pandemic Pedagogy: Resources for Library Instruction at a Distance (ACRL)
● IL Instruction at a Social Distance: Moving Library Instruction Online (ACRL); Melissa Wong
● Exploring Context in Information Behavior: Seeker, Situation, Surroundings, and Shared Identities; Naresh Kumar Agarwal
● Data in Libraries: Data Processing and Visualization (RUSA); Ryan Womack
● Copyright, Open Licenses, and 21st Century Teaching Learning Environment: The Key Issues to Consider SIG – III
● ArtStor/JStor Copyright in the Public Domain (ITHAKA); Marcie Kaufman
● Music Archives Forensics: Engaging Students with Primary Source Instruction (MLA/ALA); Stacey Krim
● The Medieval Screen: How Digital Humanities & Embroidery Reawakened Rare Illuminated Manuscripts; Julie Carmen
● Intersection of Digital Libraries and Research Data; Nushrat Khan
● SKOS: Overview and Modeling of Controlled Vocabularies; Antoine Isaac, Juan Antonio Pastor Sánchez
● Introduction to LC Faceted Vocabularies for Music Resources (MLA); Casey Mullin, Hermine Vermeij
● A Linked Data Competency Framework for Educators and Learners; Marcia Lei Zeng
● Library as Publisher: UX and UI for the Library’s Digital Collections – a National Information Standards Organization (NISO) webinar, Rachel Vacek, Salwa Ismail, Daniel Tracy
● Exploring the Challenges & Uses of Linked Open Data for Digitized Special Collections; Cole, Kinnaman, Kudecki
● Digital Preservation Metadata for Practitioners Implementing PREMIS; Dappert, Guenther, Peyrard
● Implementing Linked Data in Low Resource Conditions; Caracciolo, Keizer
● How to Pick the Low-Hanging Fruits of Linked Data; van Hooland, Verborgh
● Challenges of Digital Media Preservation; Cariani, MacCarn
● Metadata Interoperability; Joseph Busch
● Library Linked Data in the Cloud From Proof of Concept to Action; Jean Godby
● Technology and Publishing: The Work of Scholarship in the Age of its Digital Reproducibility; Martin Paul Eve
● Fundamentals of DAM: Technology & Market Overview; Theresa Regli
● Interoperability of Image Content, Scholarship, & Annotation; Robert Sanderson
● Linking Locally: A Technical Tour of the UNLV LOD Project; Cory Lampert & Silvia Southwick
● Visualizing Cultural Data: Experimental Interfaces for Digitized Collections; Marian Dörk
● Standards for Collection Management, Pt.1 & Pt.2 (ALCTS); Nettie Lagace, Betty Landesman
● Framework for Literacy in Higher Ed; Boatwright, Miller & Collins
● Enterprise Content Architecture; Stephanie Lemieux
● Text Mining in Libraries; Cliff Anderson, Hilary Craiglow
● Academic Search Engine Optimization of Web Documents for Google Scholar, Shari Thurow
● in Two Parts: From Use to Extension; Part 2: Extending Potential Possibilities, Richard Wallis
● in Two Parts: From Use to Extension; Part 1: Fit for a Bibliographic Purpose, Richard Wallis
● Tips and Techniques in Effective Grant Writing; Patty Wong

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