My journey with the ASU Library began in February 1984 when I was hired for a temporary assignment in Government Documents. In September 1984 I was one of two librarians who established the new library on the West campus. As a librarian at Fletcher I have experience in all service areas within the library and have supported numerous disciplines including: education, social work, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, recreation and travel/tourism, communication studies, nursing and history.
Currently I provide instruction, research support and collection building support including the children's & young adult collection for education students and faculty in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College [MLFTC] and and history, including American Studies, Military History and Medieval and Renaissance Studies, for students and faculty in New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.
My office is FLHLB 301c in the Fletcher Library on the West campus
Masters of Library Science. George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, TN
Bachelor of Science in History with minors in Library Science and English. University of North Alabama, Florence AL
Games in education and information literary
See attached CV