Instruction/Teaching

Online Instruction

Video guide to the Ontario College of Art and Design University’s Dorothy H. Hoover Library

Reading Map: Crime Readers’ Advisory – Noir

Research guide teaching students to navigate the Earth Sciences Library resources and library catalogue

Online guide for students studying the sociology of race, class and gender

Speaking Engagements

Zine Making workshops:

Summer 2013: Children’s Book Bank
Winter 2013: Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library — ”Drawing on her broad knowledge and experience, Lindsay gave us background on the history of zines and underground publishing. She brought lots of samples for us to look at, and demonstrated techniques for creating our own zines. The workshop was comprehensive, entertaining and pitched just right for the teens and adults who attended.” — Elizabeth Campbell, Teen Librarian, Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Talks on the History of Zines and Zine Culture:

Fall 2013: Oasis Skateboard Factory
Spring 2012: ARLIS/NA Conference for the A to Z(ine): Building, Promoting and Sharing Zine Collections workshop
Winter 2012: 3Cs iSchool Student Conference (Zines and Libraries talk on the Performing Arts panel)
Fall 2011: University of Toronto — Guest lecture about the history of zines and the possibilities for library readers’ advisory
Winter 2010: YMCA Academy
Fall 2010: Toronto Reference Library — Presenting the zine library and moderating a panel discussion about zines today
Spring 2006: York University — Guest lectured to a media class about the history of zines and zine making

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