Interview with Margaret Heller
Margaret Heller is Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago, where she manages the website and institutional repository. She also volunteers as the Technology Director of the Read/Write Library Chicago. She has presented talks and papers about participatory or social library services at various conferences, including the LITA Forum, Media in Transition, and Code4Lib. She is teaching a class for Library Juice Academy next month, titled Participatory Culture in the Library: Community-driven Collecting, Cataloging, and Curating. Margaret agreed to do an interview for the LJA blog to give people a better idea of what this class is about and what they will learn from it, as well as a bit about her.