Ryan P. Randall
Indiana University Bloomington
Ryan P. Randall is a second-year MLS student at Indiana University Bloomington, where his coursework focuses on academic libraries from information literacy instruction to digital humanities. His student library positions span assessment, collection development, digitization of maps, instruction, and reference. Ryan pursues librarianship because libraries offer the most accessible and progressive version of the do-it-ourselves alternative spaces he researched while earning an MA in English and an MA in Visual and Cultural Studies.
Talk to Ryan about any & all of the above, as well as how digital humanities can take place in library reference & instruction, about music & sound studies, or the biweekly #critlib chats on Twitter.