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Megan Dempsey, Instructional Services Librarian
Professional profile, online research consultations, and more information about Megan, Professor, MSLIS, MA
Invited by International Business Advisory Committee to present to RVCC students, 2018.
Faculty OER Grant Program
Presented at CTLS Summer Institute 2018
Show Me the Money! How OER Publishing Works
Poster session for CTLS Summer Institute 2018
Developing a Zero-Cost Course to Improve Student Success.
Organized and facilitated panel session for CTLS Summer Institute 2018.
On-campus & Local Workshop Presentations 2009-2016
RVCC Instructional Technology Brown Bag: Student Response Systems. Presented the library’s use of Turning Technologies Responseware Web, November, 2009.
Facilitator, The Information Literacy Life-Cycle of Litetia. Sponsored by VALE Shared Information Literacy Committee. June, 2010.
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources. Presented at VALE Workshop “Everything you wanted to know about information literacy but were too afraid to ask,” Rider University, June, 2010.
Easy and Effective Strategies for Developing Information Savvy Students. Presented at Adjunct Reporting Day program, RVCC, January 2011.
RVCC Technology Week 2011: “Diigo Social Networking” and “Blogger,” May, 2011.
RVCC Technology Week 2012: “Diigo Bookmarks” and “Blogger,” May, 2012.
RVCC Technology Week 2013: “Making YouTube Your Own,” May, 2013.
RVCC Technology Week 2014: “Cloud Storage & Sharing with Dropbox,” May, 2014.
More Than a Jester: Dorothy Parker’s Use of the Magazine Market for Social Criticism. Presented at Student Research Symposium. Montclair State University, April, 2014.
Planner and Facilitator for 2015 NJLA CUS Summer Information Literacy Workshop: Charting a New Course for Information Literacy Summer. Presented Lightning Talk titled “Using Ferguson to Teach Authority is Constructed and Contextual” and facilitated Round Table discussion titled “Authority is Constructed and Contextual: Teaching Strategies for this Frame.” Raritan Valley Community College, July 14, 2015.
Facilitated a full-day workshop for librarians and instructional designers at Hamilton College. Morning session titled “Engaging Students with Active Learning;” Afternoon session titled “Designing Engaging Instruction.” Hamilton College, NY, July 22, 2015.
Panelist for Introduction to Critical Library Pedagogy (ACRL National Webcast), Fairleigh Dickinson University, November 10, 2015.
“Truth, Propaganda, Reason,” Presented with Tara Maharjan, Sponsored by International Business Advisory Committee (Ellen Lindemann) for RVCC Community, RVCC, October 12, 2016.