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Tutor profile: Victor S.

Victor S.
Reference Librarian


About Victor

About Victor
I like reading, teaching, and most of all. learning.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I have taught SBU 101 at SUNY Stony Brook remotely and now in person.
Long Island University
Computer and Information Science
2012 - 2022
St. John's University
Library and Information Science
Master's Degree
2004 - 2007

Work Experience

Work Experience
SUNY Farmingdale, Reference Librarian
2020 - Present
Ensure library services satisfy the demands of users. Assist library users in securing the most beneficial use of Library collections and services, anticipating, and resolving inquiries. Support researchers, including literature searches using databases, printed resources, and the internet. Management of student assistants. Administer user inquiries, which may involve one-on-one consultation sessions. Remain knowledgeable of higher education trends, librarianship, information science, relevant IT, learning technologies, and teaching...
SUNY Stony Brook, SBU 101
2020 - Present
Plan, develop, and present lesson plans and facilitate active learning. Develop lesson plans and examinations that are serving instituted methods. Instruct and observe learners in the use of education matters and tools. Employ appropriate technology to promote and adapt instruction. Guide pupil performance in the classroom by instituting and implementing customs and schemes. Keep order following the edicts and disciplinary rules of the institution. Present relevant criticism on performance. Support and observe the progress of students...
SUNY Stony Brook, Library Supervisor
2002 - Present
Continuation of Melville Library operations on Weekends and Nights. Select, manage, train, and support undergraduate assistants. Consolidate data for analysis and reports. Teach fundamental library functions, services, and reference resources. Assist as a liaison to the State University Police and Emergency Services. Cooperate with Research Librarians, Specialists, and Services Manager on special projects. Maintain proficiency as needed.


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