Tutor profile: Ian H.
I have over 10 years of experience in academic libraries assisting students in person, by phone, by online chat and email to find information via instruction, reference, and circulation.
I have done information literacy instruction in academia for the last 7 years. My sessions have ranged across several majors including Social Work, English, Science, and business, and have been simple sessions on how to do find research in a database or advanced on how to synthesize information and use it in research.
Wayne State University
Library and Information Science
2011 - 2013
Purdue University Northwest, Instruction and Outreach Librarian
2016 - 2021
- Collaborated with other librarians and staff on events and programs in the library. Lead instruction/outreach meetings. - Served as the liaison to the Social Work and Early Childhood Education department. - Taught Information Literacy sessions for classes on subjects that range from Social Work to Composition to Education. - Worked on programs to assist First Year students with their transition to college. - Collaborated with students, faculty, and university staff to build a bridge between community and library. - Engaged in outreach...
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