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Annie Shepherd taught ESL in China for two years before returning to her home state of Texas to obtain an MFA in creative writing from Texas State University. Prior to entering the PhD program in fiction at UH, she taught ...
Justin Jannise grew up in Liberty, Texas, and has lived in Houston since 2015. He studied poetry at Yale and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Justin's work has appeared in Columbia Journal, the Yale Review and The Awl. He likes ...
Brendan Stephens received his MFA from the University of Central Florida. His work is forthcoming or published in the Southeast Review, Carolina Quarterly, and elsewhere. Currently, he is a PhD student at the University ...
Kaj Tanaka's stories have been featured in Longform, selected for Wigleaf’s Best (Very) Short Fictions, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He is the nonfiction editor for BULL Magazine.
Dave Nikityn is from northern New Jersey. He earned a BA in Communication and has studied radio broadcasting, philosophy, and creative writing.
Analyzing data consultations: What liaisons can learn about users' data needs and use of tools
As data services gain momentum in academic libraries, liaison librarians are expected to be part of the education force for data literacy. Nonetheless, due to the broad scope of data literacy, training librarians to improve ...
Data mining, visualizing, and analyzing faculty thematic relationships for research support and collection analysis
This project developed analytical tools to improve collection development and enhance research support. Analyzing faculty publications across campus involves developing similarity analysis, topic generating algorithms, and ...
Transform research and instruction support through social media analysis and data visualization.
This presentation showcases how social media analysis and data visualization can transform research and instruction support, from solely providing access to data, to actively engaging users with data. Participants will ...
Git a Grip: Using GitHub to Manage Your Metadata Application Profile
Local Metadata Application Profiles and input guidelines are always evolving. GitHub provides a simple way to manage metadata documentation with the added benefit of versioning. This allows metadata specialists to see ...
Teacher Efficacy and its Implications for Instructional Librarians
How confident are you in teaching particular concepts, using certain pedagogical strategies, or engaging students in the classroom? Teacher efficacy – or a teacher’s beliefs in their capability to achieve desired outcomes ...