Elizabeth Ellis Tell us a little about yourself I’m Elizabeth Ellis, and I have completed two semesters of coursework towards my Master's in Library and Information Studies with plans to graduate in May 2020. I currently work as an intern in the Reference, Outreach, and Instruction Department at UNCG’s Jackson Library and in the Fall … Continue reading Advocate Profile: Elizabeth Ellis
Tell us a little about yourself I am an adjunct Library and Information Studies instructor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where I teach three sections of Information Use in a Digital World (LIS 200), a writing intensive (WI) and General Reasoning & Discourse (GRD) hybrid classroom-online course for undergraduates that emphasizes research methods including use … Continue reading Advocate Profile: Jimi Wilson
Morgan Pruitt Tell us a little about yourself I am currently a graduate student in UNCG's library and information studies program. I also have a master's degree in English from Appalachian State University. I have lived, studied, and worked all over NC, including Wilson, Greenville, Winston-Salem, Boone, and Greensboro. And I have also worked in … Continue reading Advocacy Profile: Morgan Pruitt
Kathy Hurley Tell us a little about yourself I reside in Mooresville, NC near Lake Norman. I am working on my MLIS degree at University of North Carolina at Greensboro and currently hold an MA in English from St. Bonaventure University. My career has consisted of positions as Assistant Registrar, Adjunct Faculty, University Library Circulation … Continue reading Advocate Profile: Kathy Hurley
Kelly Beckham at the National Library, Madrid Tell us a little about yourself As a twenty-two year teacher-librarian I have worked in school libraries most of my adult life. I am the librarian at Kannapolis Middle School, collaboratively teaching and learning alongside a talented, dedicated staff and 1,300 students. I am completing my MLIS at … Continue reading Advocate Profile: Kelly Beckham
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Congratulations to our 2017 NCLA Student Library Ambassadors!
May 7 – 8, 2018 in Washington, DC Library advocates of all ages from across North Carolina met with our members of congress – North Carolina’s two Senators and 13 House of Representatives. We asked for their support of our libraries through their support of the Library Services Technology Act, reauthorization of IMLS through the … Continue reading 2018 National Library Legislative Day
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