Librarian for Anthropology, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Statistics and WGSS
Center for Science and Social Science Information
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Librarian for these majors:
- Archaeological Studies
- Cognitive Science
- Economic Growth Center
- Economics and Mathematics
- Social Science, General
- Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
BA, Economics and Sociology: Russell Sage College
MLS, State University of New York, Albany
MA, Women's Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, May 2014
Certificate in Purchasing Management, Baruch College
Standing Committee on Professional Awareness (SCOPA) [website] [sharepoint site]
Tropes in anti- and pro-suffrage postcards (M.A. Thesis). Proquest Dissertations & Theses, 2014: 1-134.
"User perceptions of the “reliability” of library services at Texas A&M University: A focus group study." (J. Ho) The Journal of Academic Librarianship 29:2 (2003): 82-87.
"Probing user perceptions of service quality: using focus groups to enhance quantitative surveys." (C. Gilreath) Performance Measurement and Metrics 27:3 (2002): 122-127.
Available DOI:10.1108/14678040210429973 .
"User perceptions of the library’s Web pages: a focus group study at Texas A&M University." (R. Leffel; D. Ramirez; J.L. Hart; T.S. Armstrong, II) The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28:4 (2002): 205-210.
"Using the Web of Science for unmediated document delivery." (J.L. Hart) Interlending & Document Supply 28:4 (2000): 122-127.
Available DOI:10.1108/02641610010356951 .
"How to harness technology for better end-user services." National Online Meeting 21: (1999): 69-74.
Skills and Services:
Citation Analysis, EndNote, EndNote Web, Google Search, Language: Spanish (basic), Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Qualtrics, RefWorks, SFX, Sharepoint, SurveyMonkey, Systematic Reviews, Wordpress, Zotero