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Darn It Professor...!

Using the Escape Room Format for Information Literacy -- A Hands On Workshop Presented at The Collective, Spring 2019

Meet Your Presenters

bitmoji image of female with brown hair & eyesNikki Cannon-Rech,

Nikki is a Research Services Librarian at Georgia Southern University. She is the Liaison for the  College of Science and Mathematics, and is working with the STS sub-group of ACRL to align STEM librarianship with the current Framework . Nikki has incorporated live action gaming into Information Literacy Instruction for the past 12 years, and would love to chat with any of you about her adventures with Murder Mystery Games, CLUE for Teaching, Zombie Apocalypses, and anything else that allows fun, full body learning! 

  Leslie M. Haas,

    Leslie is a librarian at Georgia Southern University.  She oversees the Research Services Department which is primarily responsible for the operation of the research services desk and the Library's Information Literacy Program. Leslie has been an academic librarian for over 20 years and enjoys the interaction with both students and faculty. 


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Nikki Morse,

Nikki is the Outreach and Engagement Coordinator at Florida State University's Strozier Library. She coordinates all outreach and event efforts in the Research and Learning Services division. This includes creating engagement opportunities for students both within and outside of the libraries, collaborating with internal and external stakeholders, and establishing displays and passive engagement within the library. Nikki is passionate about communications, marketing, and engagement and would love to chat with you about creating engagement experiences for you audiences. 

Liz Dunne,

Liz is the Library Instruction Specialist at Florida State University's Strozier Library. She helps design, facilitate, and assess undergraduate instruction offered at FSU Libraries and also supervises the Libraries' Research Help Desk which provides reference services to all library patrons. She is passionate about incorporating instructional and motivational design strategies into information literacy and critical thinking instruction in libraries and would love to chat about that with any and everyone! 

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