Aleshia Huber is the Engineering Librarian at Binghamton University. She has a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.S. in Library and Information Science, both from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Her interests include information literacy instruction and usability studies.
Associate Librarian Jill Dixon serves as the Director of Public Services at Binghamton University Libraries. She oversees the development and implementation of innovative services and programs for Reader Services, Research and Instructional Services and three branch libraries. Her interest include library management, space design, information literacy and public services. She formerly served as the Engineering Librarian at Binghamton.
Sandy Card is an Associate Librarian at the Binghamton University Libraries where she is currently the Director of Technical Services. Her interests include information organization and retrieval and the effective use of library management systems to provide easy and accurate discovery.
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