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2005 - 2007 UC Berkeley Mellon Library Fellows

ELIZABETH BYRNE | 2005-2006
Environmental Design Librarian
Environment Design Library
210 Wurster Hall
510-643-7323
ebyrne@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: Architecture [number to be determined] | Agricultural and Resource Economics 161 AC

Elizabeth has worked in libraries since the 7th grade. Since 1984 she has been the Head of the Environmental Design Library, where she also serves as architectural history librarian. In the last twenty-one years she has coordinated two remodels and two moves of the Library. In 1991 she was named a UCB "Distinguished Librarian." Prior to UC Berkeley, she held similar positions at the University of Louisville Art Library, Detroit Public Library Fine Arts Department, San Diego Public Library, and University of Cincinnati's Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Library. Her B.A. in Art is from the University of Louisville and her M.L.S. from Indiana University. She did graduate work in art history and the history of design at the University of Louisville and University of Cincinnati. A strong advocate of information literacy for visually oriented students, she lectures to an average of 20 different classes each year, and has created 16 web guides to architectural research. She chaired a committee that created the first set of criteria for the National Architectural Accrediting Board to evaluate architecture school libraries. Currently, she is working with a colleague to compile a history of the UC Berkeley Architecture Department.


KATHLEEN GALLAGHER | 2005-2006
Undergraduate Collections & Services Librarian
Doe-Moffitt Libraries
Instructional Services Department
302 Moffitt Library
510-642-3217
kgallagh@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: College Writing R1B | Environmental Sciences 10 | Near Eastern Studies 18 |Political Science 1AC | Political Science 120A

Kathleen is Undergraduate Services & Collections Librarian in the Doe/Moffitt Libraries. She is responsible for the development and management of the Moffitt library collection, contributes to the range of instructional support services provided by the Teaching Library, and has served as liaison to a number of campus programs, including DeCal and URAP. Active in the Association of College and Research Library’s Instruction Section, her professional enthusiasms are directed toward increasing the library’s role and relevance in the undergraduate experience, progressive pedagogy and learner-centered instruction, and faculty-librarian collaborations in the course-integration of research competencies. In the 2005-2006 academic year she participated in the first cohort of Mellon Library Fellows for Teaching and Learning. Outside of work, reading and rambling are the activities that sustain her, and she’s as ardent in her appreciation of the Bay Area’s bookstores as she is its backroads. Kathleen received both her BA (Philosophy and French) and her MLIS from the University of Texas at Austin.


LYNN JONES | 2005-2006
Program Coordinator
Doe-Moffitt Libraries
Instructional Services Department
302 Moffitt Library
510-643-9958
ljones@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: History 8B | History 100 AC| History 139 AC | International and Area Studies 45 | Sociology 3 AC (Kelsey)


Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Lynn still considers herself a New Englander despite having worked for 22 years at UC Berkeley and living for 4 years in New York. Lynn loves the academic world, having earned degrees at four institutions of higher education (AA - Bradford College; BA - SUNY Stony Brook; MLS - University of Rhode Island; Certificate of Advanced Librarianship - Columbia). Most of Lynn's library career was spent in the preservation of library collections, where she worked as a library administrator, teacher, and technical consultant, but a re-examination of her personal goals in the late 1990's led to a mid-career transition into Public Services. As a result, Lynn began working as a library instructor and reference librarian, where she enjoys collaborating with Berkeley students and faculty, as well as with K-12 teachers and students, to incorporate research into the curriculum, with an emphasis on historical topics. Experimenting with the use of technology in education, such as blogging, podcasting and use of RSS feeds, is a particular interest of Lynn's.


CORLISS LEE | 2006-2007
Program Coordinator
Doe-Moffitt Libraries
Instructional Services Department
510-643-8666
clee@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: African American Studies 5 | Education 40 AC | Ethnic Studies 10B AC | Political Science 118 AC | Sociology 3 AC (Powers)

Corliss learned about undergraduate education at UC Berkeley the hard way, and has the BA (English) to prove it. Undiscouraged, she went back for a Master's in Library and Information Studies and also has an MA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University, just for variety. She is still on the side of the undergrads, now in the guise of the American Cultures Librarian and the Doe/Moffitt Libraries liaison to the Ethnic Studies and American Studies departments. She enjoys teaching and working individually with undergraduates, graduate students and faculty. Her off-campus pursuits include 3rd and 6th grade homework, reading, Netflixing, and semi-brisk walks to BART.


KAREN MUNRO | 2006-2007
E-Learning Librarian
Doe-Moffitt Libraries
Instructional Services Department
510-643-1636
kmunro@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: Asian American Studies 20A | German 55 | Legal Studies [number to be determined] AC

Karen studied literature at McGill University, creative writing at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and library studies at the University of British Columbia. She's been the e-learning librarian at Berkeley since December of 2005. Prior to that, she was the literaure subject specialist at the University of Oregon for several years. During the 2006-2007 academic year, Karen will be a Townsend Library Fellow, researching the historical impact of technology on the creation and study of literature. In her spare time, she hovers fretfully over the radish seedlings in her community garden plot.


BRIAN QUIGLEY | 2006-2007
Electronic Outreach Librarian
Engineering Library
110 Bechtel Center
510-643-4299
bquigley@library.berkeley.edu

Courses: Earth & Planetary Science 8 | Engineering 190A | Engineering Interdisciplinary Studies 110 | Public Health 150e | Statistics 21

Brian joined UC Berkeley as the Electronic Outreach Librarian in the Engineering Library in 2000. While continuing this position, he is also currently serving as the Interim Head of the Mathematics Statistics Library. Brian worked previously at the Texas A&M University Libraries, and he earned his M.L.S. and his B.S. (Mathematics) from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Brian's professional interests include web usability, instructional design, information literacy in the sciences, and scholarly communication. Brian enjoys the gym, rock concerts,
and pub quiz.


JILL WOOLUMS | 2006-2007
Reference Librarian
Education-Psychology Library
2600 Tolman Hall
iwoolums@library.berkeley.edu
510-643-6226

Courses: Geography 10 | Legal Studies [number to be determined]

Jill joined the UC Berkeley, Education Psychology Library as a librarian in 2001. She is currently responsible for reference, instruction, managing the library's website, collection development and being the liaison to the Principals' Leadership Institute. While at UC she has also been acting manager of the California Digital Library's Resource Liaison program and a reference librarian at the Public Health Library. Prior to joining the University, Jill was a law librarian in public, private and academic settings. She is an active member of the Education & Behavioral Science Section of ACRL, now serving on the research, publications and program planning committees. At UCB she has been a member of several committees including, currently, the Instructional Materials Task Force. Jill served as a Mellon library partner in the initial year of the Mellon Project. Jill is also an instructor at Ohlone College and has taught as a faculty member of both Sonoma State University and San Francisco State University.


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