By: Meg28 Apr 2010
Hi. Welcome to my new site. Don't mind the nodes and missing pages. I'm still learning Drupal.
My name is Meg Kribble, and I'm a research librarian and outreach coordinator at the Harvard Law School Library. So, the blog will focus a little on law librarianship, but I've given up on keeping to any one theme. Expect to run into posts about travel, running, cats, life in Boston, design, knitting, social media, and other random stuff. You've been warned.
In case it's not obvious from the lack of crimson, this is my personal website and I don't speak here for anyone but myself.
More biographical stuff:
My responsibilities at Harvard include assisting students and faculty with research, teaching research in the LRW program, and coordinating the library’s outreach efforts in both old and new media, aka the fun stuff.
Prior to Harvard, I spent the first two years of my career at Nova Southeastern University Law Library as reference, instructional services, and emerging technologies librarian. In my previous lives, I was a bookstore manager and assistant to an auction house executive.
I'm an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries, serving currently on the Computing Services Special Interest Section board as vice chair and on the Copyright Committee. For CS-SIS, I co-coordinated the Web 2.0 Challenge, a five-week online learning program for law librarians, in 2008 and 2009. I'm also active in the AALL Gen X / Gen Y Caucus.