[May 16, 2017] The Office of Library and Information Services is pleased to announce that Nicolette Baffoni has joined our team for the role of Adult Services Coordinator with the focus on strengthening and supporting programs for adult education, workforce development and learning in libraries. Prior to joining OLIS, Nicolette served as a school library media specialist in Burrillville, Rhode Island at the Austin T. Levy Elementary School.
In addition to teaching K-5 library and technology classes, she helped to develop and deliver technology training for teachers in support of the district's technology initiatives.
Nicolette has also held positions at public and academic libraries. From 2016-2017, she served as a Fuse Fellow through the Highlander Institute to support and guide blended learning initiatives focusing on the use of technology to promote equitable and personalized learning. She also serves on the friends group at her local public library.
Nicolette earned a bachelor's degree in English from Brown University and a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Rhode Island.