Tine the Librarian
Where Instruction, Technology, and Librarianship Meet
Christine "Tine" Walczyk obtained her MLIS from UT Austin and her PhD in Information Science from the University of North Texas. Throughout her career, she has worked in or with every department, learning their processes, and providing support and direction. She has served as a direct asset to public and academic libraries as well as LIS students at UT Austin, Texas Woman's University, and the University of North Texas. Indirectly, she has effected the public libraries of Texas through her time as the state library's Manager of Continuing Education and Consulting. Tine has regularly provided workshops and training at various library conferences and supported small libraries as a Technology Consultant.
She invites opportunities to share her library technology knowledge. Her core strength is taking a topic and developing custom curriculum with the final audience in mind. Although an academic, her passion is for providing practitioners with hands-on, real world knowledge. She believes in giving back to the field by providing technology topics to librarians in language they understand.
Her dissertation looked at how participating in International Service Learning affected LIS graduate students. Her research interests lie in library culture, library philosophies, and international librarianship.
Provided the first Hands-on HTML classes at Internet World and Computer In Libraries conference
Developing two campus libraries for a career college from scratch as a Solo Librarian
Faculty/Student Grant for Research on Service Learning
International Trainer for Microsoft's Enterprise Training Team (Office 2000)
TALL Texan 2006 (Leadership Development Institute)
PhD in Information Science
Course Design and Delivery...
Library Technology Planning...
Systems / IT Support...
What Has She Done Lately...
Earned Modern Classroom Certified Trainer Certification
Recorded and edited the Contributed Papers session for TLA's Summer of Learning
ALISE 2020 Leadership Institute Participant
Program Planning Committee for 2020 TLA Annual Conference
Spring 2020 Course load of six graduate level courses