Jennifer Natale

Rank: Assistant Professor Library Responsibilities Provide one-on-one research consultations and reference services to students, faculty and staff. Participate in the library's instruction and information literacy program. Provide instruction and support for departments in the Behavioral Sciences. Education Master of Library and Information Science, Rutgers University, 2012. Master of Science in Counseling and Psychological Services, Springfield College, 1995. Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Connecticut, 1992.

There are 4 included publications by Jennifer Natale :

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Enterprising Liaisons: Evolving Engagement 2018 28 Liaisonship in academic libraries continues to evolve and librarians need to engage their entrepreneurial spirit to remain relevant in this rapidly changing and dynamic environment. Liaisons frequently have to balance responsibility for multiple acad...
The Ingredients For Assessing A Personal Librarian Program For First-Year Students 2017 273 The idea of a Personal Librarian has gained considerable traction, with a notable amount of colleges and universities using Personal Librarians to increase and/or supplement outreach efforts to first-year students. Personal Librarianship aims to fost...
LibGuides Administration: Roadmap To Engaging Content 2016 140 Libraries purchase LibGuides software in the effort to provide all users with easy access to engaging library content. Active administration of the software is a vital component in realizing this goal. In the summer of 2014, Miami University Librarie...
Steering Change In Liaisonship: A Reverse Engineering Approach 2017 412 The following recounts the process of redefining and rethinking a liaison librarian program at Miami University’s main campus in Oxford, OH by utilizing a reverse engineering approach. This undertaking was precipitated in large part by our strategic ...