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Julia Huprich

Director, Curation Strategy

Julia Huprich is the Director of Curation Strategy at Intellum, an innovative technology company revolutionizing e-learning for companies like Google, Facebook, and Pinterest; she spends her days working to identify learning activities to enhance clients’ existing training programs. A former librarian, she previously worked as the Director of Training and Continuing Education for the Georgia Public Library Service, where she provided e-learning and in-person training for Georgia’s 4,000+ public library staff. She has been involved in training and development in the library field for over 10 years in several capacities, including instructional designer, trainer, and facilitator. She’s previously held leadership positions in the American Library Association’s Learning Roundtable and the Georgia Library Association’s Professional and Continuing Education interest group. 

Julia is also a student at Georgia State University, where she’s earning her PhD in instructional technology; her research focuses on e-learning, technology acceptance, and open educational resources. She also has a master’s degree in Information Technology and a master’s degree in Library & Information Science. 

When she’s not working or studying, Julia also volunteers with the Matthew E. Russell Foundation, a literacy non-profit working to establish libraries in rural schools in South Africa. 

Computers in Libraries 2018

Thursday April 19, 2018

3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

B305: New Tools: Curation & Community Engagement

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