LIVE WEBINAR 12 May: Searching to Engage: Teaching with the MLA International Bibliography

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Hear from two professors who are are using the MLA International Bibliography in their teaching of literature to engage students in the research process and to deepen their understanding of the scholarly conversation. Learn about a free, self-grading online mini-course and other free teaching materials created by the Modern Language Association (MLA) for librarians and faculty who want to help students improve their research skills and appreciate the value of specialised online resources.


Tamara F. O’Callaghan
Professor, Northern Kentucky University

Tamara F. O’Callaghan is a professor of English at Northern Kentucky University where she teaches medieval literature and historical linguistics as well as digital humanities approaches to literature.

Angela Ecklund
Thesaurus Editor and Tutorial and Instructional Technology Producer, MLA International Bibliography

Angela Ecklund has been the names and works authority editor for the MLA International Bibliography for seven years and produces tutorials and other educational materials for users of the Bibliography.

Farrah Lehman Den
Associate Index Editor and Instructional Technology Producer, MLA International Bibliography

Farrah Lehman Den is an associate index editor for the MLA International Bibliography and produces educational materials for users of the Bibliography.

Dan Connor
Associate Index Editor, MLA International Bibliography & Adjunct Professor at the University of Scranton

A multilingual professional with two decades of experience in academic, reference, and trade publishing, Dan Connor joined the MLA as an indexer in 2002 and has since played a critical role in the Bibliography's evolution


Tim Gillett 
Editor, Research Information