I am a graduate of McGill University’s School of Information Studies (2010) and this blog is my attempt to make sense of the information overload present for MLIS students as well as recent (and not so recent) graduates in Libraryland. Upon graduating, I was lucky/worked hard to land the position of Library Director at the Bibliothèque publique de Tracadie-Sheila, in New Brunswick Canada, where I gained invaluable experience and got to work everyday with amazing people who reinforced my passion for public libraries and the benefits that they provide to their communities. I now run two school libraries at the Conseil Scolaire Viamonde.
Other Stuff that I’m proud of…
During my studies I was involved in several groups and associations such as the ABQLA and I was the co-organizer for two years of the Web 2.You conference at McGill University in Montreal.
I currently hold a position on the CLA School Libraries Advisory Committee.
My library-related passions include collection development, children and youth services, new technologies and open access. When I’m not being a library nerd, I also train for marathons. Please enjoy my blog posts and feel free to add comments. I assume ownership for all of my opinions, they are mine and do not represent my employers or any associations to which I belong.