Julie Adamo

Liaison to:

  • Africana Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Community-Based Learning (CBL)
  • Gender Studies
  • Religion

Students, I can help you with:

  • Research (where to start, finding sources, citing sources, etc.)
  • Citation management software (e.g. RefWorks & Zotero)
  • Using technology for course or independent study projects
  • And more: just ask!

Faculty, I can help you with:

  • Custom library research instruction sessions for your students
  • Development of the library's book collection to support your teaching and research
  • Custom library research guides for your courses
  • Integrating technology into your courses. Examples of tools I have worked with in course settings include Wordpress, Omeka, and Zotero
  • One-on-one consultations to collaborate on research design for course assignments
  • One-on-one research consultations

Education:

  • Master of Science in Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010
  • Bachelor of Arts in Literature, Antioch College, 2002

About:

Julie joined LITS and the Research and Instructional Support team in 2012. She has previously worked at the National Library of Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill libraries, the Alternative Press Index, and Planned Parenthood of Maryland.