Hello. I am Earlene Moore, Assistant Professor at the library. I work primarily in the Reference and Interlibrary Loan offices. I am also one of thirteen faculty members who had the privilege of participating in the first Voice Lessons workshop on campus. One really valuable aspect of this experience for me was the exposure to colleagues in a wide variety of departments and seeing first hand the unique way that many found for incorporating writing techniques into their particular classrooms. As a librarian most of my interaction with students is heavily oriented to information access and retrieval as opposed to actual written expression. However, techniques that I learned in Voice Lessons such as ink shedding are techniques that I will be able to use in my personal writing tasks. Also as the librarian's role on campus expands we may find new ways to incorporate these and other techniques into our bibliographical instruction sessions. I will be happy to meet and share ideas with any future Voice Lessons participants. As I expressed to Andy and Margrethe, the originators of this project, this experience was without a doubt the best that I have had since joining the faculty here nearly five years ago. Please feel free to contact me personally in the library, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), campus mail, or phone me at 7067.
Who We Are
Read samples of writing from past faculty participant's seminars.