Emily has over a decade of experience helping faculty across disciplines incorporate technology in their teaching and research. She regularly collaborates with faculty, staff, and administrators at UR and beyond to develop experiential learning opportunities, increase digital literacy skills, and push the boundaries of how libraries support research and teaching through the use of technology. For example, as principal investigator for The New York Data Carpentries Library Consortium (NYDCLC) Planning Grant, Emily worked with colleagues from Syracuse, Colgate, Cornell, and our local library councils to extend data literacy in central and western New York. The grant was funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program. Currently, she is building capacity for augmented and virtual reality at UofR with the opening of Studio X, a hub for immersive technologies.