Name: Christine Iannicelli
Title: Instructional Technology Librarian
Library/Organization: Ursinus College
Address: 601 E. Main St. Collegeville, PA 19426
Areas of Expertise: Game-based learning, game design, instructional technology, learning management systems, information literacy instruction, PowerPoint design, research design
Target Audience: Academic Libraries, School Libraries, Reference Services, Computer/Electronic Resources, Library Instructors
Brief Biography: Christine Iannicelli is the instructional technology librarian at Ursinus College. She manages the college's learning management system, assists faculty with using instructional technology in the classroom, and is a library liaison to several departments. Christine has presented at numerous conferences, including PaLA and ACRL. She is the past Chairperson of the PaLA Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable.
Availability: Contact Christine for availability.
Geographic Range: South Central, Southeast
"Research design and analysis made easy!" - presented at the ACRL Conference (2015) and the PaLA Annual Conference (2015).
"Librarian as teacher: Examining our role as educators in the 21st century" - presented at the PaLA Northeast Chapter Spring Workshop (2015).
"Tell me a story: Using metaphor and analogy to teach information literacy" - presented at the PaLA Annual Conference (2014).
"You're faculty now so act like it! Embracing the tenure-track process" - presented at the PaLA Annual Conference (2014)
"Game design for librarians" - presented at the PaLA TL&T Spring Workshop (2014)
"Stand up and participate: Incorporating active learning and assessment into your library instruction" - presented at the PaLA Annual Conference (2013)"