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Business Administration and General Studies, August 1999
More work experience (as Graduate student):
Science & Technology Reference Assistant, Science & Technology Department, HamiltonLibrary, University of Hawaii at Manoa:
Provided reference service by desk and phone, and research assistance to faculty,undergraduate and graduate students in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
Other projects/duties included collection evaluation, document delivery, donation appraisal, andinstruction to faculty and students in the sciences.
Outreach to, familiarity and collaboration with faculty in the science and engineeringdepartments served.July 2006
Grant Support, Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant Committee, University ofHawaii Library system and LIS Program:
Wrote proposal for an IMLS grant to develop an Information Literacy Instruction track within the
UH LIS Program to prepare tomorrow’s leaders in library instruction.
Reference Assistant, Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences Department (BHSD),
Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii at Manoa:
Provided reference service by desk, phone, and email to diverse faculty, students, and
community users at the University’s central library.
Intern representative to department staff, and staff mentee.January 2005
Student Assistant, InterLibrary Loan Office, Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii atManoa:
Processed and received inter-library loan requests utilizing Iliad software and documentdelivery systems such as Ariel and Odyssey to execute material lending/borrowing.
Information Literacy Instruction Internship, University of Hawaii atManoa:
Designed, marketed, coordinated, implemented, delivered instruction, assessed, and evaluatedan information literacy curriculum titled
Workshops That Matter
for that semester andconstructing a sustainable model for future semesters, consisting of instructional workshopsdesigned to enhance the critical thinking, research, and lifelong learning skills of diverse librarypatrons. These workshops meet the ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards forHigher Education, General Education, accreditation requirements, and the assessed needs ofthe campus population.January 2006
Science & Technology Internship, Science & Technology Department, Hamilton Library,University of Hawaii at Manoa:
Supervisors Paul Wermager and Sara Rutter.
Reference; desk and phone, serving the specialized clientele of the Sciences, Mathematics,and Engineering colleges and departments at the largest science library in the Pacific.
Special projects: Created physics subject guide/pathfinder, Evaluated print chemistrycollection, recommended titles subsequently purchased by the library, Created