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This portfolio represents the culmination of my academic efforts in obtaining a Masters Degree in Library Science.  It is intended to demonstrate my proficiency with required competencies.  The list below serves as the Table of Contents, linking to additional supporting evidence.

Joanna Conrad

Table of Contents

Introductory material

Within the introductory material you will find my bio, philosophy and goals, links to my résumé, side projects, and social networking profiles.

Competencies

1.1 Understand the social, political, ethical, and legal aspects of information creation, access, ownership, service, and communication.

Reflection

Artifact: Libraries and the Preservation of Indigenous Culture

1.2 Anticipate emerging trends and respond proactively.

Reflection

Artifact: Preparation for A+ Certification

2.1 Analyze and identify the information needs of diverse communities of users

Reflection

Artifact: Reader’s Advisory Observation

Artifact: Reference Observation

2.2 Educate users and potential users to locate, use, and evaluate information resources and tools.

Reflection

Artifact: Reference Interface: Email, Phone, Chat

2.3 Analyze and evaluate information systems and services in a variety of settings.

Reflection

Artifact: Breadth and Depth of Digital Libraries

3.1 Design and apply policies and procedures that support the selection and acquisition of information resources for particular communities of users

Reflection

Artifact: Collection Development Policy Part 1

Artifact: Collection Development Policy Part 2

Artifact: Collection Development Policy Part 3

3.2 Manage, evaluate, and preserve physical and virtual collections of information resources

Reflection

Artifact: Collection Development Policy Part 3

Artifact: Video Recordings

3.3 Uphold ethical and legal standards in acquiring, leasing, preserving, and providing access to information resources

Reflection

Artifact: Collection Development Policy Part 1

4.1 Perform basic managerial functions, including planning, budgeting, and performance evaluation

Reflection

Artifact: Budget Worksheet

Artifact: The Art of Interviewing

4.2 Communicate effectively to a variety of audiences

Reflection

Artifact: Social Responsibility

Artifact: Library History of Korea

4.3 Apply theories of organizational behavior and structure

Reflection

Artifact: Evaluation of Virtual Learning

Artifact: Rules of Engagement

5.1 Understand and apply principles of representation and organization

Reflection

Artifact 1: FRBR Catalog

Artifact 2: Authority Control

6.1 Design, conduct, interpret, and take action based upon research and evaluation

Reflection

Artifact 1: Content Analysis NFL Inclusivity

Artifact 2: Operationalizing Neighborliness

Artifact 3: Sex Sells Analysis

Artifact 4: Theory and Hypothesis Testing

7.1 Implement and evaluate information and communication technologies for efficiency, usability, and value to users

Reflection

Artifact: E38 Makerspace Implementation Plan

 

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