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Megan Bresnahan, Science and Engineering Librarian, Gemmill Library of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics, University of Colorado Boulder

Megan Bresnahan is a Science and Engineering Librarian at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU).  She earned her MSI from the University of Michigan in 2007 and has been active in her current position since May of 2010.  She is responsible for coordinating research and instruction services at the Gemmill Library of Engineering, Mathematics, & Physics, both virtual and physical, and liaising with faculty in engineering, computer science, physics, mathematics, and other applied sciences.  Prior to her tenure at CU, Megan worked as the Web Coordinator and Information Services Librarian at Boston University’s Medical Library.  Her research agenda focuses on the use of technology to facilitate active learning and information literacy in the science classroom as well as the development of library services to support new forms of research for graduate students and faculty.

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Sunday 10-21-2012 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Learning Symposium: Building Staff Skills & Strengths

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