C.V.

EDUCATION

Master of Library and Information Studies, (Dalhousie) 2010, ALA Accredited

Bachelor of Arts, Honours, (Trent) 2007, History and Political Studies, Double Major

EXPERIENCE

Digital Media Librarian, secondment
McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph | Guelph ON
September 2017 –

Sessional Instructor, “UNIV 1200 – Two Roads Diverged in a Wood: Becoming a 21st Century Learner”
co-instructor, First Year Seminar Program, University of Guelph | Guelph, ON
January 2018 – April 2018

Sessional Instructor, “MGMT 3603 – Beyond Google”
Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University | Halifax, NS
January 2017 – April 2017; January 2018 – April 2018; January 2019 – April 2019

Sessional Instructor, “UNIV 1200 – How Did I Get Here? Exploring the 21st Century Learning Experience”
co-instructor, First Year Seminar Program, University of Guelph | Guelph, ON
September 2016 – December 2016

Learning & Curriculum Support Librarian – Blended Learning 
McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph | Guelph ON
May 2013 – August 2017

Program Liaison, Engineering and Information Technology
Library Resource Centre, Conestoga College | Kitchener ON
March 2011 – May 2013

Circulation and Reserves Assistant
Library Resource Centre, Conestoga College | Kitchener ON
September 2010 – March 2011

Study Skills Coach
Studying for Success, Student Services, Dalhousie University | Halifax NS
September 2009 – April 2010

Reference and Technical Services Intern
Killam Library, Dalhousie University | Halifax NS
May 2009 – April 2010

Student Circulation and Reserves Assistant
Bata Library, Trent University | Peterborough ON
September 2004 – April 2007

CERTIFICATES

Teacher/Trainer for Online Learning, (Conestoga), 2014

ACRL Information Literacy Immersion, (Association of College and Research Libraries), 2014

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Digital Storytelling Workshop, (Storycenter), October 2018

Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians, (Harvard Graduate School for Education), August 2018

Digital Pedagogy Lab, (Hybrid Pedagogy), July 2017

Librarians’ Research Institute, (Canadian Association of Research Libraries), June 2017

ACRL Information Literacy Immersion, (Association of College and Research Libraries), July 2014

Instructional Skills Workshop (University of Guelph), August 2013

Fundamentals of Collection Development & Management, (American Library Association), May 2011

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

More information: Google Scholar Profile, ORCID ID

Refereed Publications

Brisbin, K., Parlette-Stewart, M. S., & Oldham, R. (2019). AZ list migration: Employing collaborative project management at the University of Guelph McLaughlin Library. Collaborative Librarianship, 10(4), 4. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.du.edu/collaborativelibrarianship/vol10/iss4/4/

Parlette, M., & Howard, V. (2010). Pleasure reading among first-year university students. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 5(4), 53-69. Retrieved from https://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/article/viewArticle/8630

Parlette, M., Owen, L., & Babineau, J. (2010). Google books search and the future of libraries. Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 6. Retrieved from https://ojs.library.dal.ca/djim/article/view/2010vol6Parlette

Non-Refereed Publications

Parlette-Stewart, M. (February 2019). I get by with a little help from my friends [colleagues]: OCULA president’s message. InsideOCULA. Retrieved from http://open-shelf.ca/190201-ocula-presidents-message/

Parlette-Stewart, M. (December 2018). Where do you find community? Communities of practice and library professionals: OCULA president’s message. InsideOCULA. Retrieved from http://open-shelf.ca/181201-ocula-presidents-message/

Parlette-Stewart, M. (October 2018). New beginnings – New Year’s resolutions for fall: OCULA president’s message. InsideOCULA. Retrieved from http://open-shelf.ca/181001-ocula-presidents-message/

Parlette-Stewart, M. (July 2018). An Ode to Summer From an Academic Librarian: OCULA President’s Message. InsideOCULA. Retrieved from http://open-shelf.ca/180701-ocula-presidents-message

Parlette-Stewart, M. (April 2018). Finding Your Path and Your People: OCULA President’s Message. InsideOCULA. Retrieved from http://open-shelf.ca/180401-ocula-presidents-message

Lacey, S. & Parlette-Stewart, M. (Fall 2017). Jumping into the deep: Imposter syndrome, defining success, and the new librarian. Partnership Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v12i1.3979

Parlette-Stewart, M. (April 2014). 5 reasons Every Librarian Should Participate in Startup Weekend Education. Techstars Blog. Retrieved from http://www.techstars.com/content/uncategorized/5-reasons-every-librarian-participate-startup-weekend-education/

Presentations

Levesque, L., Parlette-Stewart, M., & D. Collins. (2019, March). Academic librarian panel (Invited). Panel Presentation for the CAPAL UofT Student Chapter, Toronto, ON.

Lacey, S., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2019, January). Resume recipes: The great MLIS bake-Off. Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Bergart, R., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2018, June). Lost in the funhouse: Reflections on teaching a course about reflections on learning. Presentation at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, Ottawa, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Robinson, R. (2018, May). Lights! Camera! Experiential Learning! Facilitating peer helper growth through digital media production. Presentation at the Teaching and Learning Innovations Conference, Guelph, ON.

Brisbin, K., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2018, March). A collaborative approach to a user-centred A-Z list. Presentation at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference, Austin, TX.

Lacey, S., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (2018, March). Taking care of the cooks: Conquering imposter syndrome in libraries. Presentation at the Library Collective, Knoxville, TN.

Cassidy, M., Versluis, A., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (2018, February). Who’s talking about you? Using altmetrics in library assessment. Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Hamilton, J. (in absentia). (2017, October). The Virtual Learning Commons: Best practices for creating collaborative digital content in an academic library. Presentation at the World Conference on Online Learning, Toronto, ON.

Cassidy, M., Versluis, A. (in absentia), & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2017, September). Who’s talking about you? Using altmetrics in library assessment. Presentation at the Marketing Libraries Think Tank – Ontario Library Association, Innisfil, ON.

Cassidy, M., Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia), Versluis, A. (2017, August). Who’s talking about you? Using altmetrics in library assessment. Presentation at 4:AM Toronto 2017, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, June). Deciding and designing with data: Analyzing user data and behaviour trends in online learning objects. Paper presented at the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Nicholson, K., Cassidy, M., Kreller-Vanderkooy, J., Hudson, D.J. (in absentia), & Parlette-Stewart, M (in absentia). (2017, June). Windows on the world: Using a programmatic approach to engage with situated and critical perspectives of information literacy. Presentation at WILU, Edmonton, AB.

Kreller-Vanderkooy, J., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2017, June). Using animated GIFs to walk the line between skill development and higher-level concepts in information literacy instruction. Presentation at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, April). So, tell me what you really think: Exploring student reactions to digital learning objects. Presentation at the Teaching + Learning Innovations Conference, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, April). Using PowToon to promote and share your research (Invited). Presentation at the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Colloquium, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & McLaughlin, J. (2017, March). Give your elearning objects the beauty treatment in a flash. Presentation at The Library Collective, Knoxville, TN.

Lacey, S., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, February). Jumping into the deep: Imposter syndrome, defining success and the new librarian. Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, February). Social media: How to manage and curate your professional online presence (advanced). Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., Gorgon, A., Munusami, T., McLaughlin, J., & Hudson, D.J. (2017, February). Create your own community: How to start your own conference (or workshop or community of practice). Presentation at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Schnablegger, L., Rushe, S., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2016, November). The intersection between professor expectations and student interpretations of academic skills: A multi-disciplinary approach. Presentation at the
Banff Symposium on SoTL, Banff, AB.

Rushe, S., Schnablegger, L.(in absentia), & Parlette-Stewart, M. (in absentia). (2016, July). Professor expectations and student interpretations of academic skills. Presentation at JUnior REsearchers of EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction), Helsinki, Finland.

Parlette-Stewart, M., Schnablegger, L., & Rushe, S. (in absentia). (2016, June). The intersection between professor expectations and student interpretations of academic skills: A multi-disciplinary approach. Presentation at the Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference, London, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., Schnablegger, L.(in absentia), & Rushe, S. (in absentia). (2016, June). Discovering the junction: Professor expectations and student interpretations of academic skills. Presentation at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, May) Own your online identity: Curating your professional online presence for law librarians (Invited). Presentation at the Toronto Association of Law Libraries Lunch ‘n’ Learn, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, April). Using Google Docs for real-time assessment of student learning. Presentation at the Teaching + Learning Innovations Conference, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Rushe, S., & M., Schnablegger, L.(in absentia). (2016, April). The intersection between professor expectations and student interpretations of academic skills: A multi-disciplinary approach. Presentation at the Teaching + Learning Innovations Conference, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, March). Improving LibGuides with user research. Presentation at the Computers in Libraries Conference, Washington, DC.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, January). Own your online identity: Curating your professional online presence (Invited). Presentation at the Ontario Library Association (OLA) Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., Storova, H., & Hamilton, J. (in absentia). (2016, January). Breaking the mould: Leisure reading – Not just for public libraries anymore. Presentation at the Ontario Library Association (OLA) Super Conference, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Yap, N. (2015, April). I want my students to make a video (or podcast or blog): Integrating digital media assignments into your course. Presentation at the Teaching + Learning Innovations Conference, Guelph, ON.

Nicholson, K., Parlette-Stewart, M., Garwood, K.(in absentia), & Tucker, T(in absentia). (2014, May). E-valuating the impact of face-to-face and online information literacy and writing skills instruction using a mixed methods research design. Presentation at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, London, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Robinson, L. (2014, May). Infographics: E-volving instruction for visual literacy. Presentation at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, London, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Robinson, L. (2014, May). Exposure to infographics: Focus on active learning. Presentation at the Library Orientation Exchange (LOEX) Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

Workshops

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2019, May, forthcoming). Digital identity: Managing imposter syndrome and owning Your online presence (Invited). Workshop for the Ontario Government Libraries Council, London, ON.

Chaidez, S., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (2018, May). Digital storytelling for humanists. 4-day Workshop for Digital Humanities Summer Workshops 2018, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, November). Resume recipes: The great MLIS bake-off (Invited). Workshop for the Western University Faculty of Information & Media Studies (FIMS), London, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Hyatt, C. (2017, November). Social media use for researchers: Creating a website for your professional personal brand (Invited). Workshop for the Faculty Information Exchange, Office of Research, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Lacey, S. (2017, June). Confronting imposter syndrome (Invited). Workshop at the New Librarians Symposium 2.0, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Lacey, S. (2017, July). Imposter syndrome holding you back? Webinar for the Ontario Library Association Education Institute, Online.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, March). Consultant in residence: Creating short videos for your research. Workshop for the THINC Lab, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2017, February). Build and own your online identity (Invited). Workshop for the Faculty Information Exchange, Office of Research, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, November). Easy animated videos: Promote and share your research using Powtoon (Invited). Workshop for the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Versluis, A., & Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, November). Nailing the interview: Advice for successful job hunting. Webinar for the Ontario Library Association Education Institute, Online.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, May). Easy animated videos for researchers: Promote and share your research using PowToon (Invited). Workshop for the Faculty Information Exchange, Office of Research, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2016, March). Social media use for researchers (Invited). Workshop for the Faculty Information Exchange, Office of Research, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Robinson, L. (2015, November). Twine for beginners. Workshop for eLearning in Libraries Symposium, Toronto, ON.

Parlette-Stewart, M., & Hamilton, J. (2015, October). All about those likes: Creating an engaging social media experience for your library. Webinar for the Ontario Library Association Education Institute, Online.

Parlette-Stewart, M. (2015, April). Easy animated videos with free tools. Workshop for Computers in Libraries Conference, Washington, DC.

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