Tutor profile: Jeff E.
University Reference/Instruction Librarian for 26 years
I am an energetic, flexible and creative librarian with a passion for teaching and assisting students. I truly enjoy the quest to effectively reach students, who come with a very diverse array of experiences. Providing personalized research assistance is essential, and success comes from meeting each person wherever they are presently at with their specific information need.
I provide one-on-one research/library assistance in-person and via chat, videoconferencing, email or phone, serving patrons at all four University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campuses. This includes undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, local high school students and general community members. I also design and teach 20 course-specific information literacy sessions per semester, including active learning exercises developed for each course. In Spring and Summer 2019, I converted all of this instruction to fully online,
University of Michigan
Library and Information Science
1990 - 1991
Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College
1985 - 1989
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (Sheboygan Campus), Reference & Instruction Librarian
1994 - Present
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