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Over the years, I have participated in many successful projects. This page includes some of them. 

International Students Day - Celebrating India (Flyer 2015) In spring 1015 I had the privilege of working with two amazing librarians from UMKC’s Miller Nichols Library Fu Zhuo and Susan Sanders. Together we organized the first International Students Days in the Library to celebrate the diversity of our students through the participation and the promotion of diverse cultural and entertainment activities one country at a time. For this edition we chose to celebrate our Indian students.

With the help of the UMKC’s Indian Students Association we put together a rich program to celebrate the diversity and the individuality of India. The program featured guest lectures, entertainment and movie along with Mehndi tattoo, books and DVDs displays and Indian refreshment. On April 17, 2015, over 75 participants gathered at the iX Theater of MNL to celebrate India and the UMKC’s Indian students.

This project, funded by a Title III Grant, consists of repurposing old Dell Latitude PP01L laptops into attractive digital exhibition platforms to be used at Tarrant County College Northeast Campus Library to support student success.

Goals and objectives:

  • Develop a digital exhibition program open to students, faculty and staff providing exposure and recognition.
  • Increase library attendance and use of its services to support student success.
  • Market the library services and events among students, faculty and staff.
  • Provide exhibition users the opportunity to become part of a digital publishing project that will be housed in the TCC NE Library Archives.

This guide was first designed to assist students, staff, and faculty members of Tarrant County College District (Texas) using the library's e-book collection. In its second version (2013), it provides further details and tips on how to access public domain e-books as well as DRM-free e-books available online.
The guide also features illustrated tutorials as well as video tutorials on how to get more out of your iPad, Nook Color, and Kindle Fire devices by using third-party applications and independent e-book providers.
The guide is available as a LibGuide (HTML), EPUB ebook, and MOBI ebook.
http://libguides.tccd.edu/EbooksGuide

Moustaqbal Mdinti Project was an online coverage of the legislative election of Morocco in 2007.

With Guelzim Abdellatif, we have produced 66 short videos with students, artists, scholars, political leaders, human right activists, lawyers. Our main question was: “what are your expectations from the upcoming elections?”

The project was successful and has been widely covered by national and international media. Click here to visit the website. Press archive: newspapers, online, TV, Radio