Logan Rath

librarian. techie. problem solver.

How clean I wish my desk looked.


Student Perceptions of Embedded Library Instruction (with A. Wright). 16th Annual CCTL Conference on Teaching and Learning (1/11/17)

Is "Good Enough" Good Enough?: Envisioning the Future Intersection of Libraries and Online Learning, SUNYLA Librarians Association (6/10/16)

Integrating Library Services into Blackboard. CELT, The College at Brockport (2/12/16)

SUNY Information Literacy Portal: Sharing Locally Created and Curated Content Across Institutions (with J. Clemons, K. DeRusso, C. Huxley, & A. Wilson) SUNY Librarians Association (6/4/15)

LibGuides Guided: How Research and Collaboration Leads to Success (with L. Dumuhosky) [Poster], Association of College and Research Libraries (3/27/15)

jQuery for ILLiad Web [Pre-conference], ILLiad International (3/17/15)


Rath, L. & Wright, A. (2018). A pilot study of student perceptions of embedded library instruction. BRC Advances in Education, 3(1), 47-62. doi:10.15239/j.brcadvje.2018.03.01.ja04

Rath, L. (2017). Transitioning from face to face to online with USER in mind. In B. West, K. Hoffman, & M. Costello (Eds.). Creative instructional design: Practical application for libraries. Chicago, IL: ACRL.

Cimbricz, S., & Rath, L. (2016). Empowering learners to become metaliterate in a digital and multimodal age. In T. Mackey & T. Jacobson (Eds.), Metaliteracy in practice (pp. 91-112). Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Rath, L., & Cimbricz, S. (2015). Collaborating around critical multiliteracies. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 34(2), 47-54 doi:10.1080/01639269.2015.1042816

Rath, L. (2013). Development of a knowledge base for incorporating technology in to courses. Journal of Educational Technology Systems 42(2). doi:10.2190/ET.42.2.g

Rath, L. (2011). The effects of Twitter in an online learning environment. eLearn Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=articles&article=154-1