Alumnus David Woodbury Attends International Workshop Deliver Keynote Address - Creating Maker Space

Release date: 

June 27, 2014
David Woodbury (MSIS '09), associate head of User Experience Department at North Carolina State University's Library System and alumnus of the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, delivered a workshop entitled, "Creating Engaging Learning Spaces Through User-Centered Design" at the American International Consortium of Academic Libraries' (AMICAL) annual conference in Athens, Greece.  Susan Perry (MSLS '66), American University in Paris, SILS distinguished alumna and member of the SILS Board of Visitors, also attended the conference.
Woodbury was one of the keynote speakers at the 7th Annual Canadian Learning Commons Conference in Quebec, Canada this past June. His presentation was titled, "Learning From Hunt Library: Supporting New Literacies."
He is currently collaborating with fellow SILS alumni Adam Rogers (MSLS ’10), Brendan O’Connell (MSLS ’12), and Josh Boyer (MSLS ’99) to establish Makerspaces in the D. H. Hill Library at the North Carolina State University. For more information about the Makerspace at the Hill Library.