Last Friday, I drove to UNC-Chapel Hill to present at the biennial STELLA (Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action) Unconference, which was organized by science and engineering librarians at Duke, UNC, and N.C. State. This was my first time attending this national unconference, and colleagues gathered from as far as California, Dartmouth, MIT, and the University of Florida at UNC’s Wilson Library. I went on a tour of UNC’s Kenan Science Library and Makerspace and participated in breakout sessions.



On Saturday, it was great to share my experience with flipping a course with VoiceThread and Audacity at the Poster Session and Digital Mixer, and there were many questions about my teaching methodology and how I developed and redesigned a science information literacy course at WFU. If you’re interested, you can view my poster here.