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Tutor profile: Jenny C.

Jenny C.
Reference Librarian more than 5 years, subject specialization in anthropology and world history


About Jenny

About Jenny
My background is broad, and I have an MLIS (library science) with experience teaching research methods and strategies for searching digital resources. I also have an MA in archaeology, focused on the ancient world, Egypt and Greece, cultural anthropology, art history, world history and geography, but also with education in Native American and Latin American cultures. I also have experience in digital data management and archives.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I have worked at the Wende Museum of the Cold War, Arizona State University, Santa Monica College, Getty Research Institute, and various other research institutes and museums.
University of California - Los Angeles
Anthropology (Archaeology)
Master's Degree
1995 - 1998
University of California - Los Angeles
Library and Information Science
Master's Degree
1995 - 1998
California State University - Long Beach
Bachelor's Degree
1978 - 1980

Work Experience

Work Experience
Wende Museum of the Cold War, Business Assistant/Data Management
2017 - 2020
Primary responsibilities in the finance office, data management, but also worked on special projects on East German educational films from the Cold War, and was a docent leading tours on Soviet and Eastern European visual and material culture during the Cold War era.
Arizona State University, Digital Antiquity, Digital Data Curator
2015 - 2016
Metadata creation and data entry for the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR), an international digital repository for archaeological reports, images, and related materials. Also designed training materials and provided training in digital data for veterans as part of the Veterans Curation Program for US Army Corps of Engineers, using materials in tDAR.
Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences, Director of Learning Resources/Librarian
2011 - 2015
Responsible for all operations of the library (grades 9-12), testing center, school archives, and the special collection archive of Herbert Zipper (Holocaust survivor and music educator), supervised a staff of 7 employees Provided reference desk help and training sessions on search strategies to teach students how to effectively conduct research in books, digital resources, and databases, created detailed LibGuides for classes on specific topics; curricular support in all subjects and development of new resources, activities and events
Santa Monica College, Reference Librarian (part-time)
2008 - 2011
Reference desk and online support; taught classes in research resources and methods.
Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences, Teaching and Reference LIbrarian
2005 - 2007
Reference desk and class support for all subjects, taught orientation sessions on research resources.


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