Meaghan supports instruction around a range of technologies and pedagogies. She works with WIC and EC staff to develop instructional activities and expand services around 3D printing, makerspaces, and community engagement with library spaces and programs.
Before assuming her current position, Meaghan was a Weigle Information Commons intern and then the Emerging and Assistive Technology Intern in the Libraries' Teaching, Research, and Learning Division. She has made substantial contributions to teaching and learning at the Commons, including supporting numerous courses and offering a range of workshops, participating in reference services, and working on programming and outreach for the Butler Assistive Technology Room.
Meaghan holds an MLIS from Rutgers School of Communication and Information and a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Kansas.
Membership: Fall 2018 - Fall 2019
- Student Researchers
- Student Designers
- Faculty & Fellows
- 2019 Symposium