Teaching

Below are the details of previous postgraduate and professional teaching and workshops I have provided. I am open to future invitations for guest lecturing or workshops at professional events around evidence/knowledge in practice, information literacy in the social sciences, research methods in library and information science, and social justice, ethical and professional issues in librarianship.


Postgraduate

  • Critical approaches to information literacy – Guest Lecture for Library and Information Science Foundation (INM301) at City University, London, 21st November 2016. (Slides)
  • Seminar tutor for CS211 Professional Issues in Computing, Department for Computer and Information Science, The University of Strathclyde.
  • Advocating for libraries – CS962 Libraries, Information and Society workshop at the University of Strathclyde, 11th February 2016.
  • Information literacy frames in Scottish school and public libraries – Lecture at The University of Strathclyde, 28th October 2015.
  • Fighting for Public Libraries – Lecture at Manchester Metropolitan University, 3rd December 2014.
  • Public Libraries and Austerity – Lecture at the University of Strathclyde, 28th January 2014.
  • Advocating for Libraries in an Era of Cuts – Lecture at The University of Strathclyde, 29th January 2013. (Slides)
  • Public Libraries, Social Media and News Media – Guest Lecture at the University of Sheffield, 3rd May 2011. (Slides)
  • UK Public Libraries and Voices for the Library – Guest Lecture at Manchester Metropolitan University, 14th February 2011. (Slides)

Workshops

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