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|Title: ||Online Teaching & Outreach Librarian |
|Rank: ||Assistant Professor |
|Dept./Unit: ||Reference |
|Library: ||William F. Ekstrom Library - Main Library || |
|Phone: ||852-8744 |
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|Email: ||Send an e-mail |
|Building: ||Ekstrom Library |
|Campus: ||Belknap |
| || Education: |
|Masters||Library & Information Science||Kent State University||2007|
|Bachelor's of Arts||History||Berea College||2004|
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|Research Interests: |
|Idea Generation, Educational Technology, Active Learning, and Online Learning |
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|Selected Publications & Presentation: |
|Porter, T. (Spring 2014) Focus on reflective learning at the library instruction roundtable retreat. Kentucky Libraries, 78(2):14-19
Porter, T. (2011). Online jigsaw puzzles: Using puzzles to break the ice in information literacy instruction sessions. In McDevitt, T. (2011) Let the games begin: Engaging students with field-tested interactive information literacy instruction. Neal-Schuman Publishers, 9-11.
Porter, T., Reynolds, L. and Daniels, C. (2011). The Development of the University of Louisville Libraries Diversity Residency Program. In Perez, M.Z., and Gruwell, C.A. (2011). The new graduate experience: Post-MLS residency programs and early career librarianship. Libraries Unlimited.
Porter, T. (2010). Putting the you first: Learning to be yourself as a new librarian, LIScareer.com: Career Strategies for Librarians. Online URL: http://www.liscareer.com/porter_you.htm
Porter, T. (2010). On My Mind: The Faces of Circulation: How staff attitudes can slight their centrality to library operations. American Libraries, 41(1/2), 37.