Margaret Heller is Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago, where she manages the website and institutional repository. She also volunteers as the Technology Director of the Read/Write Library Chicago. She has presented talks and papers about participatory or social library services at various conferences, including the LITA Forum, Media in Transition, and Code4Lib. She is teaching a class for Library Juice Academy next month, titled Participatory Culture in the Library: Community-driven Collecting, Cataloging, and Curating. Margaret agreed to do an interview for the LJA blog to give people a better idea of what this class is about and what they will learn from it, as well as a bit about her.