Jamillah Scott-Branch

  • Assistant Director of Library Services
  • James E. Shepard Memorial Library, NCCU
  • jscottbr@nccu.edu
  • 919-530-7312
  • Durham NC 27707

Jamillah Scott-Branch is the Assistant Director of Library Services at the North Carolina Central University (NCCU), James E. Shepard Memorial Library. In this role, she oversees Research and Instructional Services, Interlibrary Loan, Government Documents and two branch libraries. In addition, she supports the Director of Library Services with strategic planning, staff and budget management, and provides support with recruitment, hiring and performance management. Previously, she has held positions as Head of Research and Instructional Services at NCCU, Technology and Media Services Librarian at Elizabeth City State University and she has worked for several nonprofit organizations and in retail management. She holds a Master of Library Science from NCCU and a BA in English Literature from Fisk University. Jamillah currently serves as an adjunct faculty member within NCCU’s University College.

There are 3 included publications by Jamillah Scott-Branch :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Affordable Food for Thought 2019 159 It is a common practice for faculty membersto use high-cost textbooks for the purpose ofintroducing new information to college students. Due to cost, there is growing financial pressures on students. Likewise, the necessary disposal of quickly outdat...
Supporting the Changing Practices of Undergraduate Business Teaching at North Carolina Central University 2019 307 In the Fall of 2018, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) joined with thirteen other institutions to participate in an Ithaka S+R study to understand Business instructors’ undergraduate teaching processes towards developing resources and services...
Teaching Business Looking at the Support Needs of Instructors 2019 473 In 2018, Ithaka S+R gathered representatives from 14 libraries to understand how undergraduate business instruction can be better supported. This is the first in a series of projects that will examine teaching practices (as opposed to research practi...