Congratulations to Michelle Keba, the 2014 Conference Award winner!
Michelle received her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in information studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to becoming a librarian, she taught 5th and 6th grade English Language Arts in South Texas. She currently serves as a Distance and Instructional Services Librarian in the Alvin Sherman Library at Nova Southeastern University and blogs occasionally at http://librarianfromadistance.blogspot.com.
Michelle and her colleagues, Jamie Segno and Michael Schofield, will be presenting, “Making it work: Creating a student-friendly repository for instructional library videos.”
The Conference Award is a way to encourage participation by and increase networking opportunities for professionals new to the field of distance librarianship. To be eligible for the award, an applicant must satisfy the following criteria:
As the recipient of the Conference Award, Michelle will receive:
Previous award winners:
|2012||Amy Hofer (Portland State University)|
|2010||Mark-Shane Scale (University of the West Indies)|
|2008||Paul Betty (Regis University)
Susan Shepley (Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology)
|2006||Dan Lawrence (Rocky Mountain Center for Health Promotion and Education)|