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New resume 2013

  1. 1. Abigail Moore PO Box 132 Vermillion, SD 57069 ahmoore.75@gmail.com Curriculum Development Information Literacy Instruction YA Literature Evaluation CORE COMPETENCIES Curriculum Mapping Collection Development Grant Writing @usdlibrarian 607.725.1403 Collaboration Reference Support Academic Writing EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Lehigh University: Masters of Science in Secondary English Education, City College of New York (CUNY): Masters in Library and Information Science, Queens College (CUNY): 1994-1998 2003-2006 2009-2011 HIGHLIGHTED CAREER EXPERIENCES BFYA Committee Member – participate on ALA national committee for collection development in school and public libraries RRIS Coordinator -- facilitated Reference, Research and Instructional Services meeting on a Censorship Roundtable – led a roundtable discussion on censorship with Mad Magazine editor Joe Raiola and librarian Anne Smith at SDLA Annual Conference 2012 South Dakota Young Adult Reading Program (YARP) Committee Member – serve on statewide committee for collection development in school and public libraries PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of South Dakota 2011-present Education Librarian Work as the liaison librarian to the USD School of Education Collaborate with professors and instructors to bring information literacy instruction into classes Teach information literacy to undergraduates and graduates students and doctoral candidates in classrooms and at the reference desk Collaborate with library colleagues and other faculty in instruction and presentations Evaluate the Education and K-12 collection including weeding and purchasing Edit MPLA (Mountain Plains Library Association) Newsletter Monroe Academy for Visual Arts and Design, NYC DOE 2009-2011 Library Media Specialist Pioneered the reopening of the Monroe Campus Library Energized the library through diverse collection development on a shoestring budget Participated in the New Visions for Schools Campus Librarians’ Network workshops Collaboratively wrote the Campus Librarian’s Handbook with the Campus Librarian’s Network Created the Monroe Campus Library Collection Policy and the Challenged Materials Policy
  2. 2. Abigail Moore PO Box 132 Vermillion, SD 57069 ahmoore.75@gmail.com @usdlibrarian 607.725.1403 Monroe Academy for Visual Arts and Design, NYC DOE 2003 – 2009 High School English Teacher Taught English and Language Arts to high school students Tutored low functioning students for the ELA New York State Regents examination Designed and facilitated the Book Bunch book club program for teens in the high school library Participated as a team teacher in a self-contained Special Education classroom SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH #gathercreateshare: How Research Libraries Use Pinterest -- co-authored Article to be published in Internet Reference Services Quarterly So You Want to Make a Read Poster (and Other Library Marketing Ideas) --Co-authored Poster Presentation at SDLA/NDLA/MPLA Tri-Conference, September 26, 2013 What Does it Mean to be Literate in the 21st Century? -- Co-authored Poster Presentation at SDLA Annual Conference, October 4, 2012 What Does it Mean to be Literate in the 21st Century? -- Co-authored Paper Presentation at MPLA/NLA/NEMA Annual Conference, October 18, 2012 TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES SMART Board Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and InDesign EndNote, Zotero Prezi, Xtranormal, Glogster, Animoto

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