Meet Your Reference Librarian: Anna Marie JohnsonPosted: January 19, 2012 Filed under: People, University of Louisville Libraries | Tags: Anna Marie Johnson, People, Research Assistance and Instruction (RAI) 1 Comment
By Anna Marie Johnson, 01/19/2012
- Formal Title: Head, Reference and Information Literacy Dept. and Associate Professor
- Department: Reference
- Specialty: Humanities subjects, EndNote, and I’ll pretty much take a crack at any other subjects
- Years with the Ekstrom Library: 16
- What’s the coolest thing about working in the library: working with really smart people.
- Interesting reference question: Pretty much any question—hunting for the information is what I enjoy the most.
- Book I’m currently reading: Reading Wide Awake by Patrick Shannon; Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin
- Favorite Web 2.0 Tool: LibGuides (professional—it has made creation of help guides so much easier!) and Flickr (personal—I could spend hours!)
- What’s needed in the 21st Century Classroom: Time to think and reflect away from clicking.
- Dream profession (other than librarian): Storyteller or owner of a small café/used book store; teaching small children to swim.
- Interesting fact: My family has three chickens.
- Contact information:
Phone: (502) 852-1491