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Kate Ganski

  • Library Associate Director for User Services, User Services

Subject Contact:

  • Business
  • Economics
  • Philosophy
  • Public and Nonprofit Administration

Academic Background:

  • MLS, Southern Connecticut State University
  • BS, University of Central Florida

Research Interests:

  • Information Literacy
  • Information Seeking Behavior
  • E-learning

Selected Papers and Presentations:

  • Thresholds Concepts and Rhetorical Contexts Looking for Transfer and Letting Go of the Research Paper, with Bungert, N., Watson, S.E., and Woodward, K.W. In Embracing change: Alternatives to traditional research writing assignments. Association of College and Research Libraries. Higgins, S., & Tran, N.-Y. (Eds.). (2022).
  • Performing Research Instruction: Teaching at the Intersection of Information Literacy and Writing Studies, Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 2019
  • Modeling the Research Process in the Natural Sciences: Utilizing Data, Observation, and Theory to Improve Library Support, LOEX Annual Conference, May 2016
  • Reworking Your Curriculum to Increase Student Engagement, Co-Presenter, WAAL 2013 Information Literacy Award Winner, April 2013
  • Assessing Information Literacy Learning in Educational Psychology 100, Co-Author, UWM Assessment Showcase, March 2013
  • Portal to Information Literacy: Case Studies from a Flexible, Asynchronous Online Program, Co-Presenter, Sloan-C Blended Learning Conference, April 2012
  • LEAP’in Libraries: Integrating Libraries and Information Literacy in Campus Core Competencies and General Education, Co-Presenter, CUWL Forum, November 2010.
  • Review of the book Marketing Today’s Academic Library: A Bold New Approach to Communicating with Students (2009). Theological Librarianship: An Online Journal of the American Theological Library Association.
  • An Evaluation of the Accessibility of E-resources from Theological Library Websites. (2008). Theological Librarianship: An Online Journal of the American Theological Library Association.