Library Systems and E-Services Librarian
American University of Armenia
I am currently working for the American University of Armenia as a Library Systems and E-Services Librarian.
I hold a diploma in Library and Information Services from the Robert Gordon University, Scotland.
I am working as an instruction librarian from 2013. I design and manage instructional tutorials, assignments, and guides on the Libguides for BA students. After attending the ACRL Immersion in 2018, I am working on developing IL sessions across curriculum for MA students.
I also act as an e-learning instruction designer, I organize Moodle workshops for faculty. I teach faculty on designing and developing online courses. I manage open access library system DSpace, for AGBU Papazian Library. I am in the Information Literacy Instruction group with GenEd faculty and I organize and teach information literacy instruction sessions to students from 2013.
I am also in the AMICAL Information Literacy Committee since 2015.
Interests: flipped-classroom, virtual learning, MOOCS, Information Literacy, Instructional design, Information technology, Web design, Web 2. Semantic web. Pedagogy, Teaching.
- Creating learning experiences: Reimagining IL instruction for Fall 2021
- The use of Hypothesis for sequencing and scaffolding writing assignments
- Openness in institutional repositories: The cases of AUA and LAU
- Information literacy in practice: Leadership, communication, teaching
- Beyond Co-design! Next steps for ACRL Framework collaboration
- What’s next on the IL Horizon? iTHINK iCAN WeLEARN
- Make it work: The road to the library-faculty collaboration in AUA
- For AMICAL with AMICAL: Building a collaborative information literacy online platform
- AMICAL 2021 · Jun 21–24, 2021
- AMICAL 2020 · Jan 15–18, 2020
- AMICAL 2019 · Mar 29 – Apr 1, 2019
- AMICAL 2018 · May 4–7, 2018
- AMICAL 2017 · May 17–20, 2017
- Co-design: Integrating information literacy into your disciplinary course · Mar 31 – Apr 1, 2017
- AMICAL 2016 · May 12–14, 2016
- AMICAL 2015 · Apr 27 – May 30, 2015