Member Accolades

Our Fantastic Librarians!

Congratulations to UW Bothell/Cascadia College librarians Alyssa Berger, Caitlan Maxwell, Dani Rowland, Dave Ellenwood, and Megan Watson for their contributions to the Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. Chapter titles below:

Ellenwood, D., & Berger, A. (2016). Fresh techniques: hip hop and library research. In N. Pagowsky and K. McElroy (Eds.), The Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. Chicago, IL: ACRL Publications.

Jerrit, J., Maxwell, C., Stonebreaker, I. (2016). Critical pedagogy for business and management undergraduates: Evaluation of marketing information. In N. Pagowsky and K. McElroy (Eds.), The Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. Chicago, IL: ACRL Publications.

Rowland, D. (2016). Fresh techniques: Getting ready to use hip hop in the classroom. In N. Pagowsky and K. McElroy (Eds.), The Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. Chicago, IL: ACRL Publications.

Watson, M., & Ellenwood, D. (2016). Starting small: Practical critical pedagogy through collective conversation. In N. Pagowsky and K. McElroy (Eds.), The Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook. Chicago, IL: ACRL Publications.
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At RTC’s Fall Kick-Off breakfast on September 13, RTC Media Librarian Laura Staley was named as one of the recipients of the college’s Exceptional Faculty Award for 2016.  The annual award honors RTC faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the college.  The ceremony was sponsored by First Financial Northwest Bank and hosted by the RTC Foundation. Recipients received a $750.00 gift in honor of RTC’s 75th anniversary.  Congratulations, Laura (see photo below)!

Laura Staley