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About me

I’m an e-learning developer at the University of Arizona Libraries and an AI education specialist, helping librarians & educators stay current with new technologies.

In my 14 years of experience at the MIT Libraries, as head of the UX department, I won awards for innovation and worked to keep academics up to date with the best mobile technologies. Now I have my own business helping librarians stay current with new technologies.

I am the author of several books, including Keeping Up with Emerging Technologies, and Apps for Librarians.

See my previous work experience on my resume.


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Librarians who take my courses are becoming technology experts for their communities. See their testimonials.

Nicole Hennig

Library technology professional, helping librarians & educators stay current with new technologies. 

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The class Keeping Up with Emerging Technologies gave me the confidence I needed to propose technology projects at my institution. I no longer feel like I have to be a tech wiz to do so! I am so thankful for this course and how it has opened my mind to keep an eye out for changing technology that will benefit my students.

Nichole Nichols

Public Services Librarian, Coastal Carolina Community College

Not only did I learn a lot about something I knew little about, but I also saw how excellently an online course can be done.  The videos were more entertaining that anything on Netflix, and I am inspired to try creating my own ebook apps. I wish I could learn about all new technology in such a pleasant way.

Maida Tilchen

Project Manager for Library Services, Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA