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Melissa Rivosecchi

Teaching & Research Librarian, Social Sciences , Concordia University Library


Melissa Rivosecchi
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7506
Email: melissa.rivosecchi@concordia.ca

Research and Professional Interests

  • Social media accessibility
  • Instructional Design
  • Educational Technology
  • Information Literacy

Education

Graduate Diploma in Instructional Technology, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec: 2021.

Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS), Specialization in Librarianship, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec: 2015.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) with Distinction, Specialization Human Environment, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec: 2013.


Publications

Winn, D., Rivosecchi, M., Bjerke, J., & Groenendyk, M. (2017). MTL 2.0: A report on the social media usage and user engagement of the “Big Four” academic libraries in Montréal. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 43, 297-304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2017.04.006

Winn, D., Groenendyk, M., & Rivosecchi, M. (2015). Like, Comment, Retweet: Understanding Student Social Media Preferences. Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 10(2), 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v10i2.3449

Rivosecchi, M. (2014). Social media in an academic library: One piece of the puzzleCLA Feliciter, 60(4), 45-46.



Presentations

Rivosecchi, M. (2019, May). Alt-text unite: Making a difference through inclusive social media strategies [Conference presentation]. Association des bibliothécaires du Québec - Quebec Library Association (ABQLA), Montreal, QC.

Rivosecchi, M. (2019, January). Assessing accessibility: Examining Canadian academic library social media communications [Poster presentation]Ontario Library Association (OLA) Superconference, Toronto, ON.

Rivosecchi, M. (2018, February). Career tips for new graduates: One McGill grad's path to academic librarianship [Conference presentation]. InfoNexus, Montreal, QC.

Rivosecchi, M., & Kung, J. (2016, April). Reimagining instructional design to engage finance students [Poster presentation]. Concordia Libraries Research Forum, Montreal, QC.

Groenendyk, M., Winn, D., Polk, S., Rivosecchi, M., & Bjerke, J. (2015, May 7). Friend, Follow, Comment: An Analysis of Social Media Use by Academic Libraries in Montréal [Conference presentation]. Association des bibliothécaires du Québec - Quebec Library Association (ABQLA), Montreal, Quebec.

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