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Alice Daugherty
Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian
adaugher@lsu.edu
578-7652



Areas of Responsibility:

As Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian, my responsibilities include developing tools, measures, and techniques for assessing library-wide activities as well as providing assistance in collecting, organizing, and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data; preparing analytical reports, developing and administering user surveys, and assisting in the development of new services or projects.

I also serve as a selector and faculty liaison for Linguistics, Communication Studies, and Communication Sciences & Disorders.

Educational Background:

Master of Library and Information Science, Wayne State University, 2003
Bachelor of Arts, Bible and Missions, Baptist Bible College, 2000

Professional Experience:

LSU Libraries, July 01, 2010 - present, Associate Librarian
LSU Libraries, July 2004 - June 30, 2010, Assistant Librarian

Areas of Research:

Distance Learning
Curriculum Design
Learning and Instruction Theory and Methods
Assessment of Student Learning
Information Literacy
Reference Services

Recent Publications:

Refereed articles

Daugherty, A. L., Hires, W. E., and Braunstein, S. G. (2013) “Collection Development for the College of Engineering at Louisiana State University Libraries: Liaison Responsibilities and Duties.” In S. Holder (Ed.), Library Collection Development for Professional Programs: Trends and Best Practices. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing. 

Daugherty, A. L. & Russo, M. F. (2011). "An Assessment of the Lasting Effects of a Stand-Alone Information Literacy Course: The Students' Perspective." The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(4), 319-326.

Costello, G. R. & Daugherty, A. (2010) "Analysis of Job Responsibilities of Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Human Resource Professionals." In E. Pankl, D. Theiss-White and M. Bushing (Eds.), Recruitment, Development, and Retention of Information Professionals: Trends in Human Resources and Knowledge Management. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing.

Blessinger, K., Braunstein, S., Daugherty, A., & Hrycaj, P. (2010). “Formation of an Academic Writing Group at Louisiana State University Libraries: Background, Guidelines and Lessons Learned.” Codex: the Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL, 1(2), 18-40.

Daugherty, A. L. & Russo, M. F. (2010). "Reinforcing Critical Thinking and Information Literacy Skills through Assignment Design." Louisiana Libraries, 72(3), 26-29.

Ryan, J., Daugherty, A., & Mauldin, E. (2006, Winter). "Exploring the LSU Libraries' Virtual Reference Transcripts: An Analysis." E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship, 7(1). 23 Apr. 2007.

Daugherty, A. L. (2005, Winter). "Motivating Online Information Literacy Students." Academic Exchange Quarterly, 9(4), 286-289.

Chapters in books

Russo, M. F. & Daugherty, A. L. (2013) “Embedded Librarianship: What’s it Worth?” In A. Daugherty and M. Russo (Eds.) Embedded Librarianship: What Every Academic Librarian Should Know. Libraries Unlimited. 

Daugherty, A. L. & Russo, M. F. (2009) "MeSHed Potatoes and Gravy." In R. Sittler and D. Cook (Eds.), The Library Instruction Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Russo, M. F. & Daugherty, A. L. (2009) "Fact Check au jus." In R. Sittler and D. Cook (Eds.), The Library Instruction Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Daugherty, A. L. (2006) "Finding Historical Information to Prepare a Speech." In D. Cook and T. Cooper (Eds.), Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Education and Social Sciences Students and Practitioners: A Second Casebook of Applications. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Edited books

Daugherty, A. L. & Russo, M. F. (Eds.). (2013). Embedded Librarianship: What Every Academic Librarian Should Know. Libraries Unlimited.

Daugherty, A., & Russo, M. F. (Eds.). (2008). Information Literacy Programs in the Digital Age: Educating College and University Students Online. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Presentations:

Presenter, “Preparing a Library for SACSCOC Reaffirmation of Accreditation,” LOUIS User’s Conference, Baton Rouge, LA 10/04/2013.
 
Presenter, (with Cristina Caminita), “Embedding Librarians Online,” LOUIS User’s Conference, Baton Rouge, LA 10/04/2013.
 
Presenter, “A Demonstration of EBSCONET’s Usage Consolidation Platform,” LOUIS User’s Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, 10/18/2012.
 
Presenter, “eBook trends in Academic Libraries,” LOUIS User’s Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, 10/18/2012.

Presenter, (with M. Russo), "Are They Learning? The Students' Perspective on LIS 1001" American Libraries Association Annual Conference (Poster Session), New Orleans, LA, 06/25/2011.

Presenter, (with H. Veeder), “Join.me, co-browsing as a public service tool,” ITS TechPAWLooza, LSU Union, Baton Rouge, LA, 03/11/2011.

Presenter, (with Sandra Lee Hawes and Johanna Tunon), “Who Let the Librarians In? Strategies for Expanding Online Library Services in a Course Management System,” EDUCAUSE ELI Annual Conference (Poster Session), Washington D.C., 02/15/2011.

Presenter, (with K. Blessinger, S. Braunstein, & P. Hrycaj), "Formation of an Academic Writing Group at Louisiana State University Libraries: Background, Guidelines and Lessons Learned," LOUIS Users Annual Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, 10/08/2009.

Presenter, "Cendrillon, Petit Rouge, and Clovis Crawfish: a Cajun twist on folktales for children." Popular Culture Association/ American Culture Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, 04/11/2009.

Presenter, (with M. Anfenson-Comeau), "Sharing Our Wisdom: Library Instruction for College Students" Louisiana Library Association Annual Conference, Lafayette, LA, 03/30/2006.

Professional Affiliations:

American Library Association

  • Association of College and Research Libraries
  • Library Leadership & Management Association

     


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