Librarian for Psychology and Neuroscience
- Monday 9:45- 11:15 in Soc/Psy 046
- Tuesday 2:00 - 3:00 in Soc/Psy 046
- Friday 1:00 - 2:30 in Soc/Psy 046
As the subject librarian for Psychology and Neuroscience, I am the liaison to this department as well as the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS). I select all types of materials - databases, e-journals, print materials - to support the curriculum and research needs of the P&N faculty and students. I also offer library instruction for undergraduate and graduate classes (also via Sakai), one-on-one research consultations, reference services, and Zotero workshops.
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design, UW Stout
M.L.I.S. from the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and information Science (LEEP cohort 7.0)
ABD, Philosophy, University of Cincinnati Department of Philosophy
M.A. in Philosophy, University of Cincinnati
B.A. in Philosophy and Sociology, Creighton University
Current research interests:
e-Resource accessibility, the research data lifecycle, instructional design, e-book use in university settings, philosophy of mind, institutional repositories.
Hometown: Miami, FL
Current interests outside of Duke libraries: Carolina Rollergirls roller derby; documentary film