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Tutor profile: Sarah B.

Sarah B.
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About Sarah

About Sarah
My name is Sarah. I love reading, research, teaching, being outside, helping others, and visiting new supper clubs for fish fry.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
During my graduate school career, I led a variety of undergraduate and graduate course library sessions at the University of Wisconsin-Madison libraries, helping students understand how to efficiently use library resources in their academic career. In my current position I teach information literacy instruction sessions to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. I also have experience teaching technology and research skills to people of all ages from my time working in public libraries.
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Library and Information Science
Master's Degree
2016 - 2018
College of Saint Benedict
Bachelor's Degree
2012 - 2016

Work Experience

Work Experience
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (Green Bay, WI), Research and Instruction Librarian
2018 - Present
I work with a variety of students, teaching information literacy skills in undergraduate and graduate courses both online and in person. I also provide research assistance via chat, in person, email, and on the phone. I am part of several staff teams including chair of our social media team, and instruction liaison team. I maintain and create new library guides for student and faculty research and user support as well.
North Mankato Taylor Public Library (North Mankato, MN), Outreach and Programming Librarian
2018 - 2018
Provide research assistance to patron of all ages. Staff circulation/reference desk as needed assisting patrons with databases and technology troubleshooting Perform outreach to create and maintain partnerships with local businesses and clubs to facilitate programming and classes for teens and adults including technology classes Supervise library staff Lead and plan teen and adult summer reading programs for the community Successfully create, coordinate, and lead fundraisers for the library Serve as a library representative at community...
Center for Limnology (Madison, WI), Department Archivist
2017 - 2018
Researched department history for project. Successfully wrote and received a grant to continue funding for the project after my departure Created metadata for the digitization of a slide collection Appraised 75+ years of film and audio materials Collaborated with other departments on campus to see through the digitization of chosen film and audio materials
Sun Prairie Public Library (Sun Prairie, WI), Public Services Library Intern
2016 - 2018
Provided research and reference assistance to patrons of all ages Provided excellent customer service while connecting patrons with physical and digital resources while staffing the reference desk Facilitated digital literacy instruction based on individual patrons requests Responsible for adult nonfiction collection development and maintenance Updated and helped maintain library website and social media pages to promote adult service programming Aided with instruction during adult digital literacy programs Created marketing material for adult...
Steenbock Library (Madison, WI), Reference Librarian
2016 - 2017
Responsible for answering reference queries in-person, on the phone, and via library virtual chat Provided one-on-one database instruction for students Independently promoted library materials and services through social media campaigns using Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest Organized book displays to encourage use of library materials and to raise awareness about the library collection

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