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Kelly Agan

State Library of NC
Digital Projects Librarian
Raleigh, N.C.
I am an educator, education and outreach librarian, public historian, and developer of online open educational resources and public humanities collections. My passion is providing outstanding customer service and user experiences by developing creative paths for meaningful access to information, context, and knowledge for multiple use communities and across multiple platforms. Over the past 8 years I have developed expertise in creating dynamic and engaging collections, content discovery and exploration tools, and education and outreach programs. I am at my best when envisioning ways to help users find and make meaningful connections that transform information seeking into knowledge creation. I love to talk about history education, digital libraries and digital humanities, information literacy, and customer service and community outreach!
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Thursday, October 17

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Friday, October 18

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