Clients

Designing libraries conference

Conference Coordinator, for the Designing Libraries VII Conference in Calgary, co-hosted by CNI, North Carolina State University Libraries and University of Calgary, Libraries & Cultural Resources

https://designinglibraries.ucalgary.ca

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY​ LIBRARIES

Project Manager, Program Developer and Web Designer for the Grand Challenges Summit in Information Science & Scholarly Communication. By inviting experts from across disciplines and sectors, the summit identified critical problems in information science that are solvable within 10 years which have broad implications across the scholarly community. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, hosted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 2018.

https://grandchallenges.mit.edu

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

Consulting services to advise and assist with the renovation project of the 2nd and 3rd floors of the original D. H. Hill Library (approximately 30,000 square feet) to create a high-tech, technology incubator environment, extending the spirit of James B. Hunt Library to main campus, ensuring the entire campus community has access to these innovative and inspiring spaces, services and technologies. ​

https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/spaces

San Diego State University Library

and Information Access

Consulting services, providing an overview of Tuckman’s stages of group development, coordinating personal and team personality assessments, leading a one-day retreat. ​

ORCiD

Research and writing services in support of strategic planning and decision-making.

ONTARIO COLLEGE AND ART AND DESIGN

As part of a team, we wrote a Letter of Intent on behalf of the Canadian Design Initiative, to fund a design-initiative for $95 Million CDN. The funding is part of the Innovation Superclusters Initiative, a federal-level initiative hosted by the Government of Canada.

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

Facilitate a three-day faculty workshop on Multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure:

The Role of the 21st Century Libraries. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, hosted at the University of Calgary, November 2015.