Researching the Distribution of Hispanic and Latino Children’s Books in United States Public Libraries

I worked with a team that researched the distribution of Hispanic and Latino children’s books in various US libraries, and we compared our findings with population statistics to glean insights. This report is a summary of our findings. This was originally written for my Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science class in the Fall…

Selection Policy & Materials Project

Here, I selected books with funds donated to a fictional university library. To aid selection, I compared policies from similar, real-world, institutions. This was originally written for my Technical Services class in the Fall of 2017.

Chess at the Library

In 2017, I began an adult chess library program for Chattahoochee Valley Libraries in Columbus, Georgia. It’s been a hit with our community and continues to grow. I believe that its success comes from the way chess transcends the gaps between diverse people. We needed a free, simple handout with chess instructions. I wasn’t happy…