Amanda B. Albert is the Information Literacy Coordinator at Washington University in St. Louis. Amanda graduated with an MSLIS from the iSchool at Syracuse University in 2014. Previously, she served as the Instructional Services Librarian at Saint Louis University.
Amanda has presented about information literacy instruction, instructional design, assessment, and communicating library value and other topics at ACRL, the Distance Library Services Conference (DLS), the Library Assessment Conference (LAC), LOEX, NISO Virtual Conference, and the Southeast Library Assessment Conference (SELAC). Amanda is published in The Journal of Academic Librarianship and the Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning.
Richard “Ted” Chaffin is the Head of Academic Support & Collaboration at Washington University Libraries.
Before moving to St. Louis,Ted was a part-time librarian at Baton Rouge Community College, a Reference & Instruction Librarian at Southern University, and served in the Florida State University Libraries in several librarian roles.
Ted recently participated in the Olin Library Transformation Project. This multi-part expansion included creating new library spaces both above and below ground. Ted is especially looking forward to hosting GLIC 2018 at WashU in the three new classroom spaces and Newman Exploration Center!
Christopher Niemeyer has been a Reference Librarian and the Head of Instructional Services at the Thomas Jefferson Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis since 1999.