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Kim Reycraft

Kim Reycraft, MLIS
Assistant Librarian

phone: 239-590-1339


office: 225R Library West

For Faculty

Contact me to schedule a session your class. These sessions can be to help students learn how to use library resources, such as identifying and accessing scholary articles and materials. Usually these sessions are tailored around a specific assignment or research project.

For Faculty & Students

Contact me to schedule a one-on-one consultation. Similar to what we do at the reference desk but these sessions are generally reserved for more in-depth help specific to my areas of expertise.

My Subject Guides / Libguides

Kim's Education

MS, Library & Information Studies, Florida State University, 2008

BS, Environmental Science & Policy, University of South Florida, 2003


STEM Librarian, Florida Gulf Coast University Library
November 2012 – present

Reference Assistant, Florida Gulf Coast University Library
October 2008 – November 2012

Sr. Library Technical Assistant, Florida Gulf Coast University Library
February 2007 – October 2008

Ecologist, Johnson Engineering
December 2005 - February 2007

Environmental Specialist, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
June 2004 - December 2005


Kunberger, T., Geiger, C., and Reycraft, K. A. (2016, June). Structured introduction to information literacy using a scaffold project in an introductory engineering course. Paper presented at the 2016 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, Louisiana. doi:10.18260/p.25894

Reycraft, K. A. (2010). Interlibrary loan requests cancelled due to availability: Problem or opportunity? Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve, 20(1), 33-42.

Professional Interests

Information literacy instruction
Reference services