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School Librarians

Collaborate with your School Librarian

Together, we can:

  • Integrate information literacy or research skills instruction into your course or assignment.
  • Advise on research assignments involving library resources and services.
  • Collaboratively brainstorm your course or assignment plans.
  • Design and deliver digital learning objects, online tutorials, and other teaching materials.

Contact your School Librarian below!

Assistant Director, Teaching, Learning & Assessment

School of Communication Librarian

Tina Dent (she/ella series), M.A., M.F.A.

picture of Tina in her home office with five cats


Serving Communication Sciences & Disorders, Communication Studies, Journalism, Marketing Communication, Media Design, and other programs under the auspices of the School of Communication. Also, the Unofficial Cat Lady of the Iwasaki Library, as reflected above.


Some ongoing examples of collaborations include:
  • Developing assignment-specific workshops for CC100: Fundamentals of Speech Communication
  • Integrating data literacy into Marketing courses using tutorials and other digital learning objects
  • Consulting on resources related to Business of Creative Enterprise courses


School of the Arts Librarian

Cate Schneiderman M.L.S. (she/her/hers)


School of the Arts faculty: Get in touch with the Library if you'd like to chat about incorporating information literacy into your course via assignment design, lesson planning, classroom activities, and more! We can help with virtual and in-person instruction, the creation of digital learning objects, scaffolding assignments, and integrating information literacy into the curriculum of a course or program.

Marlboro Institute Librarian

Natalie Hill, M.S.L.I.S.

Natalie Hill

Serving Marlboro Institute, interdisciplinary courses, and the Honors Program. Also available to assist with open education-related questions or efforts.