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Anna Carlin


Name:
Anna Carlin Anna Carlin
Education:
MS, Library and Information Studies, Florida State University, 2007
BA, Chinese, Georgetown University, 2004
Responsibilities:

Interim Head of Reference, Research, & Instruction

Library related instructional technology, tutorials and videos

Contact Information:
Address:
10501 FGCU Blvd South
Ft. Myers, FL 33965
Room 221 Library West

Phone:
239-590-7663

E-Mail:
acarlin@fgcu.edu
Experience:

Information Literacy Librarian, Florida Gulf Coast University
June 2008 – Present

Reference Assistant, Florida Gulf Coast University
August 2004 – June 2008

Curriculum Vitae (pdf cv.pdf)

Professional Interests:

Information literacy instruction
Technology in libraries
Information organization

Publications:

    McClure, Randall, Rachel Cooke, and Anna Carlin.  (2011). “Information Literacy and the Skunk Ape: Assessing the Impact of Online Library Learning Modules on Student Writing in English Composition Courses.” Journal of Information Literacy, 5(2), 26-45.

    Donlan, Rebecca and Anna Carlin.  (2008). “Exactness is Sometimes Key, but Keywords Aren’t Exactly Exact: Discovery Tools and the OPAC, Part Two.” The Reference Librarian. 49 (1), 93-97.
    Carlin, Anna. (2007). “Success, Failure, Innovation and Uncertainty in Changing Times: A Selective Bibliography of Literature on Reference Services since the 1980s.” The Reference Librarian 48(2), 31-40.

    Donlan, Rebecca and Anna Carlin.  (2007). “A Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: Discovery Tools and the OPAC.” The Reference Librarian 48 (2) , 67-71.