Résumé

LIBRARY EXPERIENCE

Reference & Instruction Librarian
Carroll University, Todd Wehr Memorial Library
Waukesha, Wisconsin
1/2014-Present

  • Manage in-person and virtual research services.
  • Provide research assistance to students, faculty, staff, and community members.
  • Coordinate, evaluate, and assess information literacy services for general education and graduate-level programs.
  • Teach instruction sessions covering research and library skills to first-year classes and subject-specific courses.
  • Responsible for Information Commons and Library Classroom, including developing policies and procedures, collecting statistics, and maintaining physical space.
  • Supervise the Evening/Weekend Library Supervisors and co-supervise the Information Commons/Classroom Manager.
  • Responsible for collection maintenance and development for the following areas: reference, education/curriculum materials collection, psychology, and diversity. Liaison to the education and psychology programs.
  • Stay current with best practices and trends in information literacy, reference, and diversity.

Instruction & Reference Librarian
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Cofrin Library
Green Bay, Wisconsin
1/2011-12/2013

  • Coordinated and evaluated information literacy and library instruction sessions.
  • Served as lead instructor for the information literacy program.
  • Embedded into online courses to provide library services.
  • Updated and maintained LibGuides product and instruction web pages.
  • Served as the library’s liaison to the Adult Degree program to meet the needs of their students.
  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons via face-to-face and virtual modes.
  • Participated in library committees, including the reference and public services working groups, and the library marketing committee.
  • Responsible for library news blog and social media applications.
  • Rank: Academic Librarian (7/2013-12/2013), Associate Academic Librarian (1/2011-6/2013).

Information Literacy Librarian/Reference Coordinator
Southern New Hampshire University, Shapiro Library
Manchester, New Hampshire
7/2010-1/2011

  • Coordinated and managed all aspects of the library’s information literacy initiatives and reference services.
  • Supervised, trained, and evaluated part-time reference librarians.
  • Taught instruction sessions covering research and library skills to core curriculum courses and upper-division subject-specific courses.
  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons.
  • Served as the library’s liaison to the School of Arts & Sciences and selected materials in these subject areas.
  • Rank: Assistant Professor.

Educational Technology Coordinator & Research/Instruction Librarian
Millikin University, Staley Library
Decatur, Illinois
1/2008-6/2010

  • Coordinated educational technology services, training and support at the university-wide level (e.g., Moodle, Turnitin, LiveText, Zotero, clickers).
  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons.
  • Taught instruction sessions covering research and library skills to first-year writing classes and subject-specific courses.
  • Updated, edited and revised the library’s website.
  • Selected materials for the library’s communication, criminal justice, English, and modern languages collections.
  • Collaborated in long and short-range planning and overall management of the library’s services and operations.
  • Rank: Assistant Professor.

Library Instruction Coordinator & Research/Instruction Librarian
Millikin University, Staley Library
Decatur, Illinois
7/2005-1/2008

  • Coordinated the library’s active instruction program and information literacy initiatives.
  • Taught instruction sessions covering research and library skills to first-year writing classes and subject-specific courses.
  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons.
  • Updated, edited and revised the library’s website.
  • Selected materials for the library’s communication, criminal justice, English, and philosophy/religion collections. Previously selected for business, mathematics & computer science, and physics & astronomy.
  • Collaborated in long and short-range planning and overall management of the library’s services and operations.
  • Rank: Assistant Professor.

Coordinator of Library Instruction & Reference Librarian
Sam Houston State University, Newton Gresham Library
Huntsville, Texas
8/2004-6/2005

  • In charge of planning the library’s instruction program and outreach efforts.
  • Taught instruction sessions on research and library skills to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons.
  • Managed the library’s “virtual reference” live, online help service.
  • Selected materials for the library’s history and mathematics collections.
  • Rank: Assistant Professor.

Reference Librarian
Sam Houston State University, Newton Gresham Library
Huntsville, Texas
2/2003-8/2004

  • Provided research assistance to students, faculty, staff and community patrons.
  • Taught instruction sessions on research and library skills to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Managed the library’s “virtual reference” live, online help service.
  • Selected materials for the library’s history and mathematics collections.
  • Rank: Instructor.

Archives/Technical Services Assistant
Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction
Bloomington, Indiana
11/2001-12/2002

  • Processed and organized archival collections.
  • Prepared finding aids for materials.
  • Created bibliographic records for books.

Reference Assistant
Indiana University, IUB Libraries
Bloomington, Indiana
8/2001-12/2002

  • Provided research assistance at the Education Library, Walden University Summer Session, and Undergraduate Library Services.

Collection Development Student Assistant
Ball State University, University Libraries
Muncie, Indiana
4/1998-5/2001

  • Inputted book orders.
  • Compiled monthly list of gift donations and issued acknowledgments to donors.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Associate Lecturer, Information Science 410: Advanced Information Problems
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Department of Information & Computing Sciences
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Spring 2013

Course Description: The course examines the nature of information problems from a variety of perspectives: technology, business, communication, government, and society. Students will receive practice in solving information problems and documenting skills for external audiences. 3 credits. [Course Syllabus]

Instructor, English 382: Podcast Publishing
Millikin University, Department of English
Decatur, Illinois
Fall 2008

Course Description: With over 200 million iPods and MP3 players sold since 2001, podcasts present themselves as a convenient, informative, and often entertaining medium for delivering content. This hands-on course will introduce students to the use of podcasting as a publishing tool. Conducted in a workshop-style format, students will produce varying forms of podcasts from audio to video. A culminating project involves pairing students with a client on campus, or in the community, to produce and publish podcasting content. 1 credit. [Course Syllabus]

Instructor, English 160: The College Experience through Film
Millikin University, Department of English
Decatur, Illinois
Spring 2008

Course Description: As a second-semester freshman with growing college familiarity you will be provided with the opportunity to view and analyze college life as portrayed in film while examining your own experiences through in-class discussions, online response postings, and written reflection. Five themes/films will be discussed: Choosing College, Lifestyle and Activities, Student Identity, Diversity, and Teaching and Learning. 1 credit. [Course Syllabus]

Instructor, Library Science 130: Information Access Strategies
Sam Houston State University, Department of Library Science
Huntsville, Texas
Fall 2004, Spring 2005

Course Description: This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of information access, search, retrieval and transfer. Emphasis will be placed upon the basic tools and skills of library research as well as technologies which facilitate access to information. The course will include an introduction to word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, e-mail, web design and the Internet. 3 credits. [Course Syllabus]

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

Educational Technologist (quarter-time position)
Millikin University, Office of Teaching & Learning
Decatur, Illinois
7/2006-1/2008

  • Worked in collaboration with the Dean of Teaching and Learning to develop and facilitate faculty development workshops and presentations relating to educational technology.
  • Provided university-wide support and training to faculty and students with the university’s virtual learning resources (e.g., Moodle, Turnitin, LiveText).
  • Researched and investigated the latest trends and developments in software and hardware used for higher education.

EDUCATION

Master of Library Science
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana
December 2002

Bachelor of Arts
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana
May 2001
Major: History; Minors: Anthropology, Political Science
International Study: Ball State University London Centre, Fall 2000

Completed the The Hyperlinked Library MOOC from San Jose State University (Fall 2013). Completed coursework in web design from Illinois Central College (Summer 2007) and a graduate course in instructional technology from Penn State University (Fall 2007).

SKILLS

  • Computer Applications: PC, Mac, Microsoft Office, Google Docs, SPSS, RefWorks, Zotero, NoodleTools, social networking sites.
  • Web Development: HTML, XHTML, Dreamweaver, SharePoint, GIMP, WordPress, wikis.
  • Instructional Devices: Blackboard, D2L, Moodle, LiveText, Turnitin, Turning Technologies clickers.
  • Multimedia Development: Captivate, GarageBand, iMovie, Jing, Wink.
  • Library Systems: Voyager, Millennium.

PUBLICATIONS, WEB CREATIONS & MEDIA

Peer Reviewed Papers:

Articles:

Reviews:

Web Creations & Media:

PRESENTATIONS

National/International:

State/Regional:

  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Embedded Librarian: Start to Finish. University of Wisconsin Colleges Librarians web conference. June 11, 2014.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Implementing Search@UW at UW System Libraries. Panel presentation for Council of University of Wisconsin Libraries User Services Coordinating Committee (CUWL-USCC) web conference. October 8, 2013.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe, & Anne Kasuboski. Get ‘Embed’ with Your Librarian! Meeting the Needs of Students Online. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Conference, Elkhart Lake, WI. April 26, 2013.
  • Ettinger, Renee, & Joe Hardenbrook. Creating an Engaging Library: Marketing from the Ground Up. Wisconsin Library Association Annual Conference, La Crosse, WI. October 24-26, 2012.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Best Practices in Tutorial Creation. Online Tutorials Workshop. Sponsored by CARLI. Champaign, IL. June 5, 2009.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Clicking with Students: Using a Student Response System in Library Instruction. I-Share Instruction Forum: Using Social Technologies in Library Instruction. Sponsored by CARLI. University of Illinois at Springfield. April 2, 2009.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Help Me Organize My Research! How to Use Zotero. Lincoln, Literacy and Legacies Workshop. Sponsored by Rolling Prairie Library System. Decatur, IL. March 26, 2009.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. Is Facebook for Your Library? Rolling Prairie Library System online training session. Decatur, IL. September 17, 2008.
  • Myers, Debbie, Joe Hardenbrook & Carmella Braniger. The Kids Are Alright: How School and Academic Librarians Can Work Together to Advance Information Literacy. Rolling Prairie Library System Summer Camp for School Librarians. Decatur, IL. July 8, 2008.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe. (Moderator/Presenter). Course Management Systems & Podcasting. Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Technology Support Services Workshop. Millikin University. Decatur, IL. June 18, 2008.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe & Debbie Myers. Low Cost (and No-Cost!) Technology Tools for Information Literacy. Illinois Information Literacy Summit 2008. Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL. April 8, 2008.
  • Hardenbrook, Joe & Amanda Pippitt. Copyright Issues in Higher Education. Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Teaching & Learning Mentors Mini-Institute. Millikin University, Decatur, IL. September 9, 2006.

SERVICE

National:

State/Regional:

University/Local:

  • Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee, Chair. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 2012-2013.
  • Public Services Working Group, Member. Cofrin Library, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 2011-2013.
  • Marketing Committee, Member. Cofrin Library, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 2011-3013.
  • National History Day, Judge/Volunteer. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 2011-2013.
  • Resource Sharing Librarian Search Committee, Member. Cofrin Library, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 2011.
  • School of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee, Member. Southern New Hampshire University. 2010-2011.
  • SNHU Experience Committee, Member. Southern New Hampshire University. 2010-2011.
  • Information Technology Advisory Committee, Member. Millikin University. 2006-2010.
  • Undergraduate Fellows Proposal Review Team, Member. Millikin University. 2006-2010.
  • Internal Communication Working Group, Member. Millikin University. 2009.
  • Information Technology Strategic Planning Group, Member. Millikin University. 2008-2009.
  • Electronic Resources/Technical Services Librarian Search Committee, Member. Staley Library, Millikin University. 2008.
  • First-Year Experience Team, Member. Millikin University. 2007-2008.
  • University Webmaster Search Committee, Member. Millikin University. 2007.
  • Academic Council, Member. Millikin University. 2006-2007.
  • Continuing Education Services Librarian Search Committee, Member. Staley Library, Millikin University. 2006.
  • Parking Appeals Committee, Member. Sam Houston State University. 2004-2005.
  • Reference Librarian Search Committee, Member. Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University. 2004.
  • Electronic Resources Librarian Search Committee, Member. Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University. 2004.
  • Texas Academic Challenge Championship, Judge. Sam Houston State University. 2003-2005.

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

National/International:

  • Assessment in Action workshop. Association of College & Research Libraries. Chicago, IL. June 27-28, 2013.
  • WILU 2013 [Workshop for Instruction in Library Use]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, May 8-10, 2013.
  • American Library Association Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA. June 23-26, 2012.
  • American Library Association Midwinter Meeting. Dallas, TX. January 20-23, 2012.
  • American Library Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. June 24-26, 2011.
  • American Library Association Midwinter Meeting. Boston, MA. January 15-11, 2010.
  • Learning Spaces & Technology Workshop. Sponsored by CIC/NITLE/PKAL. Decatur, GA. April 4-6, 2008.
  • American Library Association Midwinter Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. January 11-14, 2008.
  • EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. October 24-26, 2007.
  • Brick & Click Libraries Conference. Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO. November 3, 2006.
  • LiveText Collaboration Conference. Chicago, IL. July 13-14, 2006.
  • American Library Association Midwinter Meeting. San Antonio, TX. January 20-22, 2006.
  • Effective Collaboration for Campus-Wide Information Literacy. ACRL/TLT Online Seminar. September 2004.
  • Virtual Reference Desk Conference. San Antonio, TX. November 17-18, 2003.
  • Project LEAD Workshop for Distance Learning Librarians. The Woodlands, TX. July 14-18, 2003.

State/Regional:

  • Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Conference. Wisconsin Dells, WI. April 30-May 2, 2014.
  • Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Conference. Elkhart Lake, WI. April 26, 2013.
  • Wisconsin Library Association Annual Conference. La Crosse, WI. October 24-26, 2012.
  • Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Conference. Stevens Point, WI. April 27-29, 2011.
  • Project Information Literacy: Conducting Qualitative Research with Your Students. Sponsored by New England Library Instruction Group. University of Southern Maine, Portland, ME. December 3, 2010.
  • Connecting Libraries and Users: Anthropologists Helping Librarians Meet 21st Century Challenges. Sponsored by CARLI. Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL. May 21, 2010.
  • Online Tutorials Workshop. Sponsored by CARLI. Champaign, IL. June 5, 2009.
  • Illinois Information Literacy Summit 2009. Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL. April 17, 2009.
  • I-Share Instruction Forum: Using Social Technologies in Library Instruction. Sponsored by CARLI. University of Illinois at Springfield. April 2, 2009.
  • Lincoln, Literacy and Legacies Workshop. Sponsored by Rolling Prairie Library System. Decatur, IL. March 26, 2009.
  • Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Teaching & Learning Mentors Fall Workshop. Chicago, IL. October 9-10, 2008.
  • Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Technology Support Services Workshop. Millikin University, Decatur, IL. June 18, 2008.
  • Illinois Information Literacy Summit 2008. Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL. April 8, 2008.
  • Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Conference. Bloomington, IL. March 29-30, 2008.
  • I-Share Instruction Forum: Best Practices in Library Instruction. Sponsored by CARLI. Heartland Community College, Normal, IL. November 7, 2007.
  • Illinois Information Literacy Summit 2007. Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL. April 3, 2007.
  • EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference. Chicago, IL. March 12-14, 2007.
  • Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Teaching & Learning Mentors Mini-Institute. University of Saint Francis, Joliet, IL. March 2, 2007.
  • Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Teaching & Learning Mentors Mini-Institute. Millikin University, Decatur, IL. September 9, 2006.
  • Associated Colleges of Illinois/AT&T Technology Support Services Workshop. Millikin University, Decatur, IL. June 14, 2006.
  • Illinois Information Literacy Summit 2006. Illinois Central College, East Peoria, IL. April 21, 2006.
  • I-Share Users Advisory Group Forum. Sponsored by CARLI. Kankakee Community College, Kankakee, IL. February 24, 2006.

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