RUSA Voices is proud to have daily coverage of ALA Annual 2015 in San Francisco. Recruited by the Emerging Technologies Section, these bloggers represent an array of points of view from throughout RUSA.
Catherine Damiani is a recent MLIS graduate from the University of Rhode Island’s GSLIS program. She enjoys teaching and learning about digital literacy and emerging technologies as well as working in reference services. She began her first professional position in March 2015 as East Providence Public Library’s (RI) Digital Services Librarian where she currently works
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Raymond Pun is a reference and research services librarian in NYU Shanghai. He provides reference, consultation, outreach services in NYU’s newest global portal campus in China. His research and professional interests include data management and digital scholarship services, community engagement, and international librarianship.
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Kara Plamann Wagoner
Kara Plamann Wagoner is a recent University of Hawaii LIS grad. Since receiving her degree in December, Kara has worked as a reference librarian at Kapiolani Community College where she advocates for the use of Open Educational Resources, creates digital collections in an institutional repository, and teaches workshops to promote student success. Her favorite time is at the reference desk where she can openly and honestly connect with people.
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