As the Engineering and Fabrication Librarian, I support the learning, teaching and research needs of faculty and students for the College of Engineering and a wide variety of departments that use the Makerspace. I provide instruction for undergraduate and graduate classes and help users access resources needed for teaching, learning, and research. I strive to create authentic and accessible learning experiences while incorporating maker and information competencies into the curriculum. Individual consultation and workshops are available upon request.
M.L.I.S, Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, San Jose
B.S., Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno
Selected publications and presentations
- Glasgow, R and Radniecki, T (2023, March 30), Course Management Learning Systems for Makerspace Training [Conference presentation]. Computers in Libraries 2023, Arlington, VA.
- Radniecki, T., Glasgow, R. & Crowl, N. (2020). What's next for library makerspaces. In Kroski, E. (Ed.), Makerspaces in practice : successful models for implementation. ALA Editions.
- Glasgow, R. (2021, January 13). Let’s get virtual: restructuring makerspace outreach to keep students engaged [Conference presentation]. Boston Library Consortium Science Librarianship in the Time of Covid-19 Meeting, virtual.