The Research and Instruction Librarian for the Sciences is a creative, team-oriented librarian who combines information fluency instruction, research expertise, and outreach with collection development in the sciences or engineering. Reporting to the Head of the Center for Library User Education (CLUE), the librarian collaborates with colleagues to design, deliver and assess information fluency instruction with a focus on student learning. The librarian provides general help and research assistance at the Research Help Desk in the Learning Commons and assists remote patrons through phone, e-mail, web and other technologies; performs collection development for assigned science or engineering subject areas and acts as the library liaison to the academic departments linked to the subject areas; provides in-depth research consultations for science and engineering disciplines; and assists with e-science/e-research and data management plans.
Degrees & Professional Certifications
MLIS, Library and Information Studies (McGill University)
BA, Psychology, Honors (Concordia University)
Special Libraries Association (SLA), Canadian Eastern Division
L'association des bibliothécaires du Québec - Québec Library Association (ABQLA)
Information Literacy Instruction