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Curriculum Vitae

  1. 1. Rebecca Johnson  EDUCATION2008 – 2010 M.L.S., Magna Cum Laude (Completed May 2010) Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN Inducted into the Beta Phi Mu National Honor Society2006 – 2008 B.S. Organizational Leadership (Completed May 2008) Anderson University, Anderson, IN1999 – 2003 Music Performance (Over 120 credit hours completed) University of Louisiana at Monroe, Monroe, LAPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE2010 – present Campus Librarian | Harrison College, Fort Wayne, IN • Faculty liaison to the Business, Criminal Justice and Nursing & Allied Health program departments • Curriculum liaison and subject specialist for the Project Management, Gaming & Interactive Media, and Computers/Keyboarding subject areas. • Collection development and acquisitions for new Learning Resource Center materials • Cataloging of new library materials • Providing reference assistance to students and faculty, both online (via online chat reference, texting, and Email) and on ground • Overseeing Interlibrary Loan processes and procedures • Promoting information literacy through classroom library instruction sessions • Developing workshops that contribute to success in students’ coursework • Managing and training a team of 1 assistant librarian and 4 work study students • Maintaining monthly, quarterly, and annual circulation, reference, and classroom instruction statistics • Social Media Coordinator for the Fort Wayne Campus • Staff and Faculty trainer for Web 2.0 technologies2010 Information Technology Manager & Webmaster | North Madison County Public Library (NMCPL) Elwood, IN • Computer hardware selection, installation, and troubleshooting • Software selection, installation, and support • Electronic resource selection and implementation • Network administration and security responsibilities
  2. 2. Rebecca Johnson Page 2 of 3   • Internet support, including router, proxy server, and firewall configuration • Maintaining security and stability of public computing environment • Web-design and maintenance for • Intranet support and design • Computer class, one-on-one, and staff training instructor • Integrated Library System (ILS) maintenance, upgrades, and training • Creating detailed documentation such as ILS training materials and online meeting request best-practices 2009 Adult Services Manager & Webmaster | NMCPL Elwood, IN • Managing a staff of two full-time and three part-time circulation and reference employees • Scheduling • Overseeing Interlibrary Loan, reference, and circulation processes • Collection development • Adult Services programming including author visits and literacy/transliteracy programs • Developing a training manual for entrance employees • Web-design that included a redesign of the current library website • Conflict resolution OTHER LIBRARY EXPERIENCE 2008 – 2009 Youth Services and Circulation Clerk | NMCPL Frankton, IN 2007 – 2008 Reference Assistant II | Muncie Public Library, Muncie, IN 2006 – 2008 Page | Muncie Public Library, Muncie, IN TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2011 – present Embedded Librarian Pilot | Harrison College, Fort Wayne, IN • Design and implementation of the first embedded librarian program with all campus composition classes 2010 – present Adjunct Instructor | Harrison College, Fort Wayne, IN & Online • INF1100 - Information Literacy course instructor to first quarter students both on ground and online PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS • “Tech Tools That Engage the Library Population.” Pecha Kucha Allen County Public Library Unconference, Fort Wayne, IN, Sept. 16, 2011. • “That’s Information Literacy?: Using Technology to Engage Students.” With Erin Milanese Indiana Library Federation Annual Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, Nov. 15, 2011. • “Keep Reference Alive: Find Out How to Market Your Reference and Programming Services.” Panel Discussion Indiana Library Federation Annual Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, Nov. 15, 2011. • Harrison 2.0: 23 Things for Faculty Professional Development With Erin Milanese, written for a series of faculty professional development courses. Harrison College. • Personal Blog
  3. 3. Rebecca Johnson Page 3 of 3   PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS • Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) • American Library Association (ALA) • Indiana Library Federation (ILF) • Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS) GROUP & COMMITTEE WORK Harrison College 2011 – present Co-Chair and Curriculum Liaison, APA Standards Committee 2011 – present INF1100 Course Curriculum Re-design Team 2010 – present INF1100 Course Video Making Team 2010 – present Library Website Re-design Committee 2010 – present Campus Student Satisfaction Committee 2010 ILS Selection Committee TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE • Operating Systems: Windows, Mac OS X • Library Software: Libguides, Polaris, OCLC WMS, OCLC Connexion, SirsiDynix • Computer Software: Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Dream Weaver, Adobe Photoshop, Jing, Microsoft Office • Web Applications: Blogger, Delicious, Diigo, Prezi, Screenr, Slide Share, Social Media, Wikispaces, Xtranormal • Citation Management Software: Mendeley, Zotero • Computer Programming: CSS, JavaScript, XHTML • Slide Share library: • Information Literacy course website: • Harrison 2.0: 23 Things for Faculty Professional Development: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT • Indiana Library Federation Conference, 2009 – 2011 • Harrison College Teaching and Learning Conference, 2011 • American Library Association Conference, 2008 RESEARCH INTERESTS • Social Media in Higher Education • Technology in Libraries • Information Literacy