The Presenters

CB068378Stephanie Rosenblatt
Pollak Library, California State University Fullerton
srosenblatt@exchange.fullerton.edu

Stephanie Rosenblatt is the Education Librarian at California State University, Fullerton. She teaches bibliographic instruction to incoming freshman, as well as students pursuing their teaching credentials, masters and EdDs. Before working at CSUF, Stephanie was a teacher in New York City.

friersonEric Frierson
University of Texas at Arlington
frierson@uta.edu

Eric Frierson is a reference and instruction librarian at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has been a high school teacher, where he taught students labeled as ‘at-risk,’ a poetry slam club coach, and a instructional technology librarian at the University of Michigan. He is currently interested in helping distance education students and faculty capitalize on the ‘teachable moments’ that occur throughout the learning process. He tweets as @frierson.

Carmen_Kazakoff-Lane_Image[1]Carmen Kazakoff-Lane
Head of Off-Campus Library Services and Inter-Library Loans
Brandon University
kazakoff@brandonu.ca

Carmen currently oversees the Animated Tutorials Sharing Project (ANTS) and its affiliated broadcast network: LION TV – an open project which creates and syndicates large numbers of library related screencasts. Carmen is a long time advocate for Open Access, Open Educational Resources, and has been actively involved in Library Consortia activities as a former Co-Chairs of the COPPUL Distance Education Working Group. She also acts as Online Editor for the Canadian Journal of Native Studies.

mickjacobsen[1]Mikael “Mick” Jacobsen
Adult Services Librarian
Skokie Public Library, IL
mljacobsen1@hotmail.com

Mick has given multiple demonstrations on technology related topics and currently leads the Web Services Community of Practice for the North Suburban Library System consotium in the Chicagoland area. He is an contributing blogger at Michael Stephen’s Tame the Web and Twitters at https://twitter.com/mickjacobsen.

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