- Information Literacy
- Digital Scholarship
- Art and Art History
- Weaving and Textiles
Lizzy Tegeler is a Research & Instruction Librarian here at St. Kate’s, working with students, faculty, and staff at all stages of their research process. In addition to research assistance, she supports academic departments with curriculum-based information literacy instruction, assignment design, and the purchase of books and other library materials. She also coordinates the library’s flexible exhibit space, combining art and visual media with information and social justice on the St. Kate's campus. She loves to chat with students about their classes and help with any questions they have about finding the right materials they need.
Lizzy has a BA in Studio Art from Grinnell College and a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Washington. In her free time, she enjoys weaving textiles and doing other weaving projects at the Weavers Guild of Minnesota.
Tegeler, L. (2019, September). Framed: A library exhibit space draws connections on a liberal arts campus. Poster at the Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference, Shakopee, MN.
Giese, S., Kaihoi, S., & Tegeler, L. (2018, October). A bookless library? David Lewis’ Reimagining the Academic Library as a map for the future. Panel presentation at the Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference, St. Cloud, MN.
Steans, E., Vogl, A., & Tegeler, L. (2017, October). Talk to strangers: A speed-friending event. Panel presentation at the Wisconsin Librarian Association Annual Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI.
Steans, E., Vogl, A., Polzer, J., & Tegeler, L. (2017, April). Talk to strangers: A speed-friending event. Poster session at the Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Annual Conference, Elkhart Lake, WI.