Riley is responsible for collecting, analyzing and communicating assessment and survey data and statistics concerning the University of Dayton Libraries' services and spaces. She interacts with the libraries' user communities to identify their priorities and needs, and she coordinates usability and research studies for the libraries' websites. In addition, she provides reference support and participates in library instruction.
• User Experience Design and Research
• Information Architecture
• Assessment and Research Methodologies
• Information and Visual Design
• Data Visualization
• Human-Computer Interaction
• Outreach Services
• M.S., Kent State University (2012)
• M.L.I.S., Kent State University (2011)
• B.A., Philosophy (2008)
• Reed, D. C., & Stoermer, R. (2008). Towards an integrated model of moral functioning: An overview of the Special Issue. The Journal of Moral Education, 37(3), 417-428.
• Stoermer, R. (2005). The “L” word. The Fogdog Review, 80-84.