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Terence William ONeill

terenceoneill.weebly.com EDUCATION The University of Michigan School of Information, Ann Arbor, Michigan Master of Science in Information, anticipated April 2013 Specializations: Library and Information Science, Community Informatics Awarded: Public Library Associate, full tuition scholarship Current GPA: 3.92/4.00 Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, North Carolina Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, graduated with Honors May 2007 Certification: North Carolina State Secondary School Education GPA: 3.60/4.00 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Public Library Associate, September 2011Present Ann Arbor District Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan Provide reference services for adult, youth, and blind and physically disabled populations in person and via phone, Twitter, and email Design and deliver Storytime, Adult Computer Literacy, Summer Science, and English Language Learner library programs Design and co-develop content for Tinkerhub webcasts, an ongoing series of teen and adult programs for hands-on technology education Special Library Reference Assistant, May 2012September 2012 Clark Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Provided reference services for academic researchers Prepared digital display materials incorporating antique map and photograph content Peace Corps Education Volunteer, September 2008September 2010 United States Peace Corps Education Sector, Enyezini, Malawi Designed and facilitated professional development workshops for more than 80 Malawian teachers and 60 Peace Corps volunteers Collaborated with Enyezini school staff and community members to write and win $25,000 grant to build student housing Student Teacher, January 2007April 2007 Francine Delaney New School for Children, Asheville, North Carolina Writing Center Tutor, September 2004-December 2006 Warren Wilson College Writing Center, Swannanoa, North Carolina PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS Library 2.012 Conference, October 2012 Fry the Pi: How the $35 Raspberry Pi changed our thinking on Ed. Tech and helped us define a makerspace. ONeill, Terence and Williams, Josh. 3D Printing: An Introduction. Cherry Lake Publishing. Due for publication September, 2013. TerenceONeill3@gmail.com Leadership Experience

President, UMSI Masters Association Principal Organizer, UMSI Service Day 2013 Elected Member, Volunteer Advisory Committee, Peace Corps Coursework (UMSI) Contextual Inquiry Transformative Teaching and Learning Tech. Reference Services Information Literacy Information Law and Intellectual Property Library Management eCommunities IT and International Development Needs Assessment and Usability Evaluation Database Application Design Grantwriting

Coursework (WWC) Educational Psychology Adolescent Psychology Honors Thesis Spectrum of Literature, Drama, and Writing Technical Skills Python, MySQL Drupal, CSS, HTML Arduino Camtasia