Subject Librarian for:
- Biological Sciences
- Communication Studies
- Digital Sciences
- Honors College
- Journalism and Mass Communication
- User Experience
Serves as subject librarian for the above listed departments, providing library instruction, reference services, and collection development for each area. Provides research consultations. Serves as a member of the University Libraries Instructional Services Team. Responsible for coordinating libraries' emerging user experience activities.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Salem, J. & Fehrmann, P. (2013). Bibliographic management software: A focus group study of the preferences and practices of undergraduate students. Public Services Quarterly 9(2), 110-120).
Seeholzer, J. (2013). Making it their own: Creating meaningful opportunities for student employees in academic libraries. College and Undergraduate Libraries 20 (1).
Seeholzer, J. (2011). Charting a new course: A case study on the impact of outreach events at Kent State University Libraries. Public Services Quarterly 7 (3/4), 125-134.
Seeholzer, J. & Salem, J. (2011). The learning library: A case study of the evolution from information commons to learning commons at Kent State University Libraries. College and Undergraduate Libraries 17 (2/3), 287-296.
Seeholzer, J. & Salem, J. (2011). Library on the go: A focus group study of the mobile web and the academic library. College and Research Libraries 72 (1), 9-20.
Burhanna, K., Seeholzer, J. & Salem, J. (2009). No natives here: A focus group study of student perceptions of Web 2.0 and the academic library. Journal of Academic Librarianship 35 (6), 523-532.
- Information Literacy
- User Experience
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