Kathryn Yelinek, assistant professor and reference librarian
Kathryn Yelinek, assistant professor and reference librarian/coordinator of government documents, had her work “Documents and Maps Association of Pennsylvania: The History of a Documents Network” published as a GODORT Occasional Paper. GODORT is the Documents and Maps Roundtable of American Library Association.
May — Linda Neyer, assistant professor and health sciences reference librarian, and Yelinek recently published their article “Beyond Boomer Meets NextGen: Examining Mentoring Practices among Pennsylvania Academic Librarians” in the May 2011 (v. 37 no. 3) issue of The Journal of Academic Librarianship.
May — Yelinek had a book chapter “Managing the Previously Vacant Position” published in Middle Management in Academic and Public Libraries, edited by Tom Diamond and published by Libraries Unlimited.
February — Yelinek recently co-authored an article published in the February 2011 (vol. 72, no. 2) issue of College & Research Library News. The article, “Teaching with the Situation: Jersey Shore as a popular culture example in information literacy classes,” resulted from long-distance collaboration with her co-author, Amy Springer of the College of St. Benedict/St. John's University in Minnesota.