Logan Rath, MS, MLS

First, hello.

Second, I expect you’re on this page because you want to learn a bit about me and don’t feel like reading my CV. I don’t blame you. Here’s my professional bio:

What I Do

I teach information literacy, library hacks, and technology tools to help students succeed. I forge relationships with colleagues to integrate all things library where appropriate. I write code and tweak library systems to improve the user experience and fix problems.

My Official Bio

Logan Rath is an Associate Librarian at The College at Brockport, State University of New York where he focuses on information literacy instruction and assessment. Logan primarily supports students and faculty in the departments of Education and Human Development, Social Work, Criminal Justice, and Modern Languages and Cultures. Logan also teaches as an adjunct in the Literacy Master’s program at The College at Brockport. He teaches Critical Multiliteracies in a hybrid format. This course focuses on multiple literacy practices, beyond traditional print-based literacy, that contemporary children are engaged in both in and out-of school.

Logan earned his Master of Library Science degree from the University at Buffalo in 2007 and a Master of Science in Information Design and Technology from SUNYIT in 2012 after graduating from SUNY Geneseo in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish-Adolescent Education Certification 7-12.

Logan’s current research interests include effective collaboration, student perceptions of embedded librarianship, the scalability of online library instruction, user design, and user experience in libraries.