Hello and welcome!

As Research & Instruction Librarian for Emerging Technologies and Psychology Department Liaison at Towson University’s Albert S. Cook Library no two days are quite the same – from leading library instruction sessions, staffing the reference desk, and managing collection development in my liaison area, to providing technology leadership within research, reference, and instruction services, I get to do a little bit of everything! Previous to this position, I completed my Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan School of Information, specializing in Library and Information Sciences.

As an academic librarian, I am passionate about providing user-centered services designed to help college and university students develop critical information skills necessary for becoming life-long learners. Additionally, I am interested in how we can creatively utilize technology (old and new!) to add value to traditional and modern library services, particularly reference and instruction.

On this site you will find an array of information about me, including my personal blog, professional and academic experience, and samples of my work.

Want to read more? You can also find me blogging at Library Tech Talk and in the archives of ACRLog as a First Year Academic Librarian.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments!

- Kimberly Miller, M.S.I.