Chad Boeniner, blogger at Library Voice

Hi, I’m Chad Boeninger

Hi, I’m Chad.

I’m a husband, father-of-four-boys, cyclist, triathlete-in-training, coach, gamer, budding photographer, occasional strummer, and outdoor enthusiast. A man of many interests, a jack-of-all trades-master-of-none.  Most folks would say I’m an all-around pretty good guy.

At work I’m the Head of User Services & Business Librarian with a passion for technology, public service, and teaching at Ohio University’s Alden Library.  I think I’m generally a good guy to work with, too.

While most of what I write about here at Library Voice pertains to libraries (hence the title, after all), I also occasionally post about tech, games, bikes, photography, and other fun stuff.  I like to write to find my voice, and enjoy sharing what I’ve learned to make the Web, and the world, a better place.

Around the web

You can also find me at various places around the web.  I’m the author of  the Business Blog, a resource  that I built and maintain for business researchers at Ohio University.  I’m on twitter , Facebook, and YouTube, should you like to check out what I’m up to there.     I also love riding my bike and have a blog dedicated to my riding called The Redneck in Spandex.

Additional Information

Please note that this is a personal blog and any opinions that are expressed here represent mine and not those of my employer.

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