Amanda Larson, MA, MLIS

she, her, hers
Affordable Content Instructional Consultant, The Ohio State University; formally the Open Education Librarian at Penn State University.
Areas of expertise
open education, open educational resources, open pedagogy, open access, copyright/fair use, creative commons licensing, information literacy instruction, project management, author rights, publishing, PressBooks, reference, knitting, mental health advocacy, impostor syndrome
Can help with
resume/CV/application review, mock interview, presentation preparation, job talks, structure, answering the question, design, info on academic librarianship, pep talks, early career professional questions, job materials organization, tenure track questions, fixing knitting errors, self-care, mental health, impostor syndrome tips and tricks.
Contact
alarson.oer@gmail.com, @maeverawr

Frank Skornia

He, Him, His
Digital Librarian, Information & Adult Services, The Ferguson Library, Stamford, Connecticut
Areas of expertise
Technology training and education
Digital collections and archives
Digitization
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Privacy and Digital security
Digital literacy
Makerspaces
Instructional design
Content management systems (Drupal, Wordpress, Omeka)
Can help with
Technology training and education
Digital collections and archives
Digitization
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Privacy and Digital security
Digital literacy
Makerspaces
Instructional design
Public libraries
Drupal, Wordpress, Omeka (installation, setup & configuration, content creation)
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
Email: fskornia@fergusonlibrary.org Twitter: @fskornia