Getting ready to participate in a LITA Webinar: How Your Public Library Can Inspire the Next Tech Billionaire: an Intro to Youth Coding Programs. Can’t wait to talk about teen coding programs in public library.
I have a new article out with Ryan Marinez in On The Horizon, titled Games in classroom and practice in library and information science education. It is a worked example of implementing games both in library curriculum and in the daily practice of librarians.
My newest OpEd, Many low-income students use only their phone to get online. What are they missing?, has been published on The Conversation. The piece explores the inequalities that can occur for low-income families who have mobile-only internet access.
The Future of Libraries OpEd, originally posted on The Conversation, was republished on The EdVocate.
I have a new conference paper available with my co-author Matthew Rafalow from the 2015 GenderIT Conference. The paper, Gendered Constraints to Participation in Online Gaming Communities, describes the constraints of gender in three online gaming communities.
My Future of Libraries OpEd has been translated into Japanese.
My OpEd on the Future of Libraries was republished on Elsevier SciTech Connect.
My newest OpEd, Who says libraries are dying? They are evolving into spaces for innovation, has been published on The Conversation. It describes the current transition of libraries from repositories of books to spaces of creativity and innovation.