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Angie Price, Biological & Life Sciences Librarian

This guide provides basic information about the services I provide, the subject areas and programs I work with as well as information about my education, background, and research interests.

What Can I Do For You?

As a Liaison Librarian, I can:

  • Meet with you in person, by phone or video, or through e-mail to discuss any of your research information needs or answer your questions about library resources and services
  • Provide training to students, faculty, & staff on effective literature searches, citation management (with programs such as EndNote), scholarly publishing, tools to show research impact, and other research support services
  • Teach sessions customized to your class or lab. Popular topics are: library orientations, how to find relevant literature, and tips for avoiding plagiarism
  • Present at department meetings, seminars, journal clubs, or student organizations
  • Contribute to rigorous literature searches for faculty & staff
  • Accept your recommendations for expanding the Marston Science Library collection
  • Collaborate with you on publications and grants

Feel free to email me with any information-related questions, or just to see what I can do for you and your research or educational information needs.

About Angie

Education: 

Masters Degree in Biology - Miami University

Masters in Library Science - University of North Texas

B.A. in English & History - University of Memphis

 

Background & Interests

Angie is the current Biological & Life Sciences Liaison Librarian at the University of Florida's Marston Science Library. Previous to this position, she worked in zoos and aquaria for six years, public libraries for nearly seven years, and proposal writing and digital content management for five years before joining the world of science librarianship in academia. She has completed fieldwork in Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Paraguay, and throughout the U.S., primarily biological surveys, often focusing on nocturnal animals (such as bats). Her interests include nocturnal and cryptic animal species, pollinators and pollination, science fiction, science education, science information access, information organization, and citizen science. 

 

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