Merle A. Branner, MS, MLIS
"Learning & teaching is a way of life for me."
I am a creative information professional for today’s ever-changing technological world. My diverse background in technology, photography, library and information science, along with my education background serves me well as an information professional whose skills help others.
I am currently consulting in the areas of technology, archival organization and preservation. I am a computer and mobile technology trainer/teacher who instructs clients on how to integrate their devices into their lives.
As an experienced educator who has taught in both the academic and the private sector. I understand the learning process and tailors sessions to my clients particular needs and learning styles. I teach my clients how to use their equipment and applications to be more productive. I also assists them with effective uses of social media and Web 2.0 tools.
News & Updates
Current Exhibit at NSCI: The Women Seder & Brotherhood Softball.
Current Archive Work: Archivist at the Japanese American Service Committee , Chicago, IL.
Current Archival Consulting: Temple Sholom, Chicago, IL
Photography Competition: Capture the Heart of Highland Park- Winner two Honorable Mentions in the Categories of People and Portraits & Architecture.
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“Servant Leadership Between Branch Rickey and Jackie Roosevelt Robinson: How They Changed Baseball and Our Country"
Blending Digital Imaging with Traditional Black & White Photographic Printing: Paper written based on photographic experimentation.