An interview with Mary-Ann Winkelmes

Written by: Emilia Marcyk

Primary Source : Information Literacy Resources, September 3, 2015.

Project Information Literacy has released a new interview with Mary-Ann Winkelmes, of the Transparency in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Project. Winkelmes has been an advocate for making the “why” and “how” of education explicit to students, a teaching strategy that is gaining traction within the world of information literacy instruction. You can read the entire interview on the Project Information Literacy site.

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Emilia Marcyk
Emilia Marcyk is an Instructional Technology & Information Literacy Librarian at the MSU Libraries, where she develops instructional content, leads information literacy sessions for the First Year Writing program, and works at the reference desk. She is especially interested in developing new tools and strategies to help undergraduate students acquire information literacy skills, especially as they transition from high school to college. She received her MSLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and her BA from Bryn Mawr College. In addition to her work in libraries, Emilia has been an environmental educator in Portland, OR, and Philadelphia, PA.