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Katherine Penner: Professional Profile

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Katherine Penner
Contact:
k.penner@umanitoba.ca
t: 204-474-7911
Subjects:Music

Katherine Penner holds a B. Mus. (University of Manitoba. 2008), and an MLIS (University of Western Ontario, 2009). Katherine is the Acting Section Head of the Eckhardt-Grammaté Music Library at the University of Manitoba. This role provides her with the wonderful opportunity to work with both her passions: music and information science. 

Katherine’s current research focuses on the application of the ACRL Information Literacy Framework in freshman classrooms and the use of popular music in film.

She serves on the Board of the Canadian branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres as Board Secretary. 

Katherine's current research interests include: 

  • Information Literacy in the Music Classroom
  • Information Literacy and Curriculum Development
  • Use and Adoption of Pre-Recorded Music in Film Settings 

Recent Posters, Presentations, Publications

Penner, K. & Penner, T. (2018, May). Where You Keep Your Rolling Stones Records: Pre-Recorded Music and the Evolution of Wes Anderson. Presented at the Film Studies Association of Canada Conference, Regina, SK. 

Penner, K. (2018, May). Library Services for Faculty Producing Creative Works. Presented at the Canadian Association of Music Libraries (CAML) Conference, Regina, SK. 

Guise, J. & Penner, K. (2017, June). Counterpoint: An 8-year Mentoring Relationship. Presented at the Congress of the International Association of Music Libraries (IAML), Riga, Latvia.

Guise, J. & Penner, K. (2017, May). A Place in this Faculty: Building Community through Teaching and Mentorship. Presented at the Canadian Association of Music Libraries (CAML) Conference, Toronto, ON.

Clark, S. & Penner, K. (in press). [Lesson Plan content for Cognitivism chapter]. In J. Dale & L. Pressley (Eds.), Learning Theory in Libraries. Chicago, IL: ACRL Press.

Clark, S. & Penner, K. (2017). Assessing an event: Mixin' it up with the Long Night Against Procratination. In A. W. Dobbs (Ed.). The Library Assessment Cookbook. Chicago, IL: ACRL Press.

Penner, K. (2016, May). Information Use & the ARTS 1110 project. Paper presented at the UML Spring Symposium, Winnipeg, MB.

Clark, S. & Penner, K. (2015, March). REUSE: Existing knowledge in library instruction. Paper presented at ACRL Conference 2015. Portland, OR.

Penner, K. (2014, June). Long Night Against Procrastination: The fully supported all-nighter. Poster presented at ALA Annual, Las Vegas, NV.

Clark, S. & Penner, K. (2014, May). Breaking the 4th wall: bringing the real world into your teaching. Paper presented at the ACRL North Dakota/Manitoba Chapter Symposium, Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. (2014, May). Flash Reference: A new way of teaching the same old stuff. Paper presented at the Manitoba Libraries Conference 2014. Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. (2013, May). Flash Reference: A new type of one-shot. Paper presented at the Canadian Library Association National Conference, Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. (2012, May). Roving and Flash Reference. Paper presented at the ACRL North Dakota/Manitoba Chapter Symposium, Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. & Walker, S. (2012, May). Non-traditional tools: A survey of mobile devices. Paper presented at the Manitoba Libraries Conference 2012. Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. (2012, April). User experience days. Paper presented at the UML Spring Symposium, Winnipeg, MB.

Penner, K. (2011). Mobile technologies and roving reference. Public Services Quarterly. 7(1), 27-33.

[Interviewed and Quoted in] Schmidt, A. (2011). Revamping reference. Library Journal. 136(8), 18.