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Quill West, MLS, MAIS
Instructional Designer & OER Leader
Tacoma Community College
qwest@tacomacc.edu

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    • Quill West, MLS, MAIS Instructional Designer & OER Leader Tacoma Community College qwest@tacomacc.edu Librarians & OER: The story of a not so little dream
    • Image: Weisberg, Shari. “A trip…” 1936-1940, Federal Art Project. (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West Once upon a time…
    • How can I help? Image: “Free Neighborhood Classes…” 1937, Illinois Federal Public Art Project, (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West
    • Image: “Freedom of expression…everywhere in the world.” 1936-1941, Federal Art Project. (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West OCL Collaboration. Documentation. Consultation. Collection. Creation.
    • OE R Images: Braun, Sam. Ohio Federal Art Project, “The world wants new knowledge…” 1937 (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div.) , Modified by Quill West
    • Production. Aircraft engines. She used to be a librarian, now she inspects aircraft parts. Prior to Alma Jean Vincent's employment in a large Midwestern aircraft plant, she managed the junior book section of a suburban library. She had also been an assistant buyer of sportswear, but this lack of industrial experience seems to have been no handicap for her present job of visual gauge operator, inspecting airplane motor parts. With only six months of war work behind her, she's more than meeting plant requirements for speed and precision. Melrose Park, Buick plant Image: Rosener, Ann & United States. Office of War Information. “Production. Aircraft engines…” July 1942, (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div.) , Modified by Quill West
    • Images: Rosener, Ann & United States. Office of War Information. “Production. Aircraft engines…” July 1942, (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div.) , Modified by Quill West Learning from Alma Jean.
    • The Stuck Factor Image: Gregg, Arlington. “Don’t gum up a book.” 1936-1940Illinois WPA Project. (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West
    • Breaking Backs Image: Gregg, Arlington. “This breaks the back of a book.” 1936-1940Illinois WPA Project. (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West
    • Image: 1936-1940, “For greater knowledge…” Federal Art Project. (LOC: Prints and Photographs Div. Modified by Quill West