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Doreen R Bradley
I lead the Learning Programs & Initiatives group within the University Library and represent the library on campus instruction initiatives. In these efforts, I work collaboratively with library instructors and faculty across campus to further information literacy programs. I lead the University Library Instruction Committees, and work collaboratively to promote information literacy on campus, develop librarians as teachers, and assess instruction/student learning. More recently, I have been engaged in several learning analytics efforts. I also teach ALA 105 - Research Methods in the Digital Library through the College of Literature, Science, and Arts.
I have a variety of interests related to academic librarianship and higher education. Currently, I am engaged in research projects focused on:
- digital learning for information literacy
- student learning and teaching effectiveness (Library as Research Lab, IMLS Grant RE-95-17-0104-17)
- library analytics and learning analytics (Library Learning Analytics Project, IMLS Grant LG-96-18-0040-18)
I have a B.A. in French Language, Literature, and Translation from the University of Toronto and a M.I.L.S. from the University of Michigan. I have been a librarian with the University Library since 1994 in a variety of roles, and from 1992-1994 was a Librarian at the University of Detroit Mercy. I have extensive experience in health sciences libraries and in information literacy.