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I am a resident of Greensboro, North Carolina. I currently work for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) as a Part-time Cataloger in Jackson Library. I am also a Writing Coach for the University of Maryland University College. A musician for more than 20 years, I hold a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Clarinet with a secondary concentration in Ethnomusicology. After a minor health condition called essential tremor made playing clarinet impossible, I chose to make lemonade of life's lemons and pursue a career in librarianship. I completed a Master's in Library and Information Studies at the UNCG in August 2011. While a student, I worked in the UNCG Music Library as a student supervisor, and I completed a practicum in the Cataloging Department. I continue to volunteer for the Music Library and Cataloging. I also teach whenever possible, most recently a course on Music Librarianship (LIS 688) for UNCG. My career interests include: music librarianship, cataloging, information literacy, library reference, teaching college/university level courses, or any combination of my various expertise that is challenging and enjoyable.
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To view my Master's in Library and Information Studies Capstone, visit the Library Studies Portfolio page.
I am currently researching how academic librarians can help their patrons conduct fieldwork. To find more information, visit my Fieldwork and the Academic Librarian page. You can also see presentations on this research from recent conferences, including North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) and Southeastern Music Library Association (SEMLA).