I'm a reference and instruction librarian at the Information Center desk and I conduct library workshops and provide research support for students, primarily in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric (PWR).
|PWR 1RC||Winter 2018-2019||Domestication: How Humans Shape the Natural World||Carpenter, R.|
|PWR 1KSB||Spring 2017||Health Matters: Health Innovation and Communication||Savelson, K.|
|PWR 1AB||Winter 2018||Podcasts to Broadcasts: The Rhetoric of Radio||Angela Becerra Vidergar|
|PWR 1 LF||Fall 2018||The new normal: the rhetoric of disability||Felt, L.|
|PWR 1 AN||Winter 2017||The rhetoric of identity cultivated through a hip-hop world||Newby, A.|
|PWR 1 BK||Spring 2018||Writing what you eat: the rhetoric of food||Kim, B|
|PWR 1MGD||Spring 2019||Who speaks for nature? Rhetorics of environmentalism and justice||Gardiner, Mark|
- MLIS, Library and Information Science, San Jose State University
- BS, International Politics and Security, Georgetown University
Marchis, Bogdana. 2018. Putting Levity into Literacy: Professionally Produced Library Instruction Videos. Journal of Information Literacy, Vol. 12, No. 2, p. 113-120.
More about me
I helped to coordinate the Stanford Library's De-Stress Fests to help students relax during Finals.
I participated in the outdoor reference service pilot program in various locations around the Stanford campus. The theme for this program was "Librarians are fountains of information."
I participated in the creation of instructional videos featuring the Stanford Library's mascot, the Nerd Squirrel.
The videos are: