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Interim Co-Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, Director of the Science Libraries, University of Chicago Library
Doreen Bradley is Director of Learning Programs and Initiatives at the University of Michigan Library. She has a B.A from the University of Toronto and an M.I.L.S from the University of Michigan. For most of the past 10 years, she has led a group of 10 librarians who provide much of the instruction for first and second year students. In this role, Doreen is also responsible for leading information literacy initiatives, promoting information literacy on campus, developing librarians as teachers, and assessing instruction. She works collaboratively with library instructors and faculty across campus to further information literacy education. Doreen teaches a credit-bearing digital research course in the U-M College of Literature, Science, and Arts and has 17 years of experience in health sciences libraries as well. Most recently, she has been involved in several library analytics projects to investigate the impact of library use on student success and faculty research.
Master of the Humanities Collegiate Division; Professor of Germanic Studies, Theater and Performance Studies, and the College; Associated Faculty in the Divinity School.
Master, Social Sciences Collegiate Division, the College; Deputy Dean, Division of the Social Sciences; Associate Professor in History, the Conceptural and Historical Studies of Science, and the College.
Executive Director, College Center for Research and Fellowships
Head of Research and Instruction Services, University of Chicago Library
Co-Authors: Hailley Fargo and Rebecca Miller Waltz, Penn State University
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Co-Authors: Craig Gibson and Tina Schneider, Ohio State University