MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2022
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this session has been rescheduled to MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2022.
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
PechaKucha- Tell Your Story in 400 Seconds
Hosted by the School of Information Sciences
What: Come hear about a variety of ways social media intersects with the information sciences, PechaKucha-style – a fast-paced, visually focused presentation format where speakers have 400 seconds to tell their stories! Speakers from the School of Information Sciences will talk about their social media research, as well as tips on implementing social media to advance your job prospects and career.
Carolyn Hank is a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, School of Information Sciences. She has taught Social Media, Technology and Society at the College of Communication and Information and has examined the persistence of digital ephemera communicated through a variety of social media and social networking channels.
Melinda Sandkam, MSIS Student, President of Special Libraries Association (SLA ) Student Chapter has been named to The National Society of Leadership and Success. Within ALA, she is an AILA and MAGIRT member, and is an active member of Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Services, presenting at 2021 conference.
Mia Walker-Barrow, MSIS Student