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Education: Bachelor of Liberal Arts - St. John's College, 2010
Master of Library and Information Science - Information School, University of Washington, 2012
I am a health sciences librarian passionate about empowering health consumers, nurses, and librarians to understand and conduct research to improve health and advocate for their health needs and professional interests. I also have experience with professional advocacy and its intersection with marketing and health information education, as well as research methods education. I am also currently Associate Chair of the Gainesville Health Sciences Library.
What Can I Do For You?
As a Liaison Librarian, I can:
Meet with you in person, by phone or over e-mail to discuss any of your information needs, including copyright, bibliographic citations or bibliographic software (such as EndNote and Mendeley).
Provide information consultations to assist students, faculty & staff with literature searching and other information gathering.
Develop and teach library orientations or information-related classes based on your recommendations.
Present at department meetings or journal clubs.
Create customized online interactive tutorials for use by on- and off-campus faculty, staff & students.
Conduct literature searches for HSC faculty & staff.
Take your recommendations for expanding electronic and print resources for the HSC Libraries' 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.