kYmizsofly

about

Welcome to digibooklibrarian!

My name is kYmberly Keeton. I am a writer, entrepreneur, artistic socialite, and future librarian.

I created this blog to document my experiences as an African American graduate student  in Library Science & Information Technology at the University of North Texas.

I will graduate with my MLIS Degree and Graduate Certificate in Digital Content Management in May of 2014.

My blog features news, events, advocacy, and humor. I believe that this is the only way that I will be sane for the next two years, is by sharing what I have learned with others.

I hope that you enjoy my work. If you have anything that you want to share with me, feel free to leave a comment here, or email me at digibooklibrarian@gmx.com

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[I am Telling the Truth!]

“The Special Librarian”

My full name: kYmberly Mieshia Dionne Keeton

I Am: A Literary Rockstar!

Currently Reading: Somebody Scream! Rap Music’s Rise to Prominence In The Aftershock of Black Power, By Marcus Reeves

An Interesting Fact: My birthday is on Brazil’s Independence Day.

Occupation: UNT Houston Student Coordinator at The University of North Texas

Training: University of North Texas Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Program Fellow (GSTEP) (2013-2014), UNT-Library Graduate Student Advisory Board Member, SLA Virtual Events Committee Co-Chair

Advocacy: Studio Art Library Curator @ studio 1034, Houston, Texas

Membership: Executive Board Member, The Black Caucus of the American Library Association, The American Library Association, and the Texas American Library Association, Graduate Student Member | Houston-LISSA. Special Library Association, Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York

Subjects I Like to Learn More About: Technology, Library Science, Cooking, Traveling, Fashion, and Politics

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digibooklibrarian by kYmberly Keeton is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

  1. I came across your “page” and want to thank your for your favorite poem I am sure I had read it before – reading it again was very very uplifting and a reminder how wonderful and all encompassing we truly are. Plan to revisit to see more. Thank you for being “keeper of the literary gatway”

  2. This is anazing…. How did you do it?

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