Library Practicum Student: Teresa Wells

We are excited to have Teresa Wells, our newest intern from University of Denver’s Masters in Library & Information Science Program! We’re very grateful that Teresa has chosen the Health Sciences Library for her 100-hour practicum over Spring Quarter 2015.

Teresa’s project involves creating more visually-interesting Special Collections pages for the Health Sciences Library. The current special collections pages include the title and description of each collection. The library is interested in a more creative and visually-appealing display that includes images to highlight the various collections.

Teresa will be working with Vivienne Houghton, Web Services Librarian and Cathalina Fontenelle, Web Applications Developer. She will be using the Drupal content management system. Vivienne will be proctoring her project.

Teresa Wells’ Bio
Teresa-Wells
Teresa Wells is a Master’s of Library and Information Science Candidate for spring of 2015 at the University of Denver. She is passionate about the organization of information and wants to provide users on all levels ways to organize, access, and understand information in order to improve our communities. Her specific interest in information architecture is user experience design. Currently, Teresa manages the Morgridge College of Education website as the Web Administrator Assistant with Joshua Davies, Web Administrator. Through her current and future career in Information Science and volunteering, she hopes to help people spread their messages to create a more unified community empowered by knowledge. To read more about Teresa’s experience, visit her LinkedIn site.

Check back in May for Teresa’s future blog post about her experience.

Questions, please contact:
Vivienne Houghton, MLIS
Web Services Librarian | Instructor
Health Sciences Library
303-724-2178  |  vivienne.houghton@ucdenver.edu

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