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Amalia Monroe-Gulick, MLS

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785-864-4095
4089 Dole Center
Lawrence, KS 66045


Professional Biography

Amalia Monroe-Gulick is a Social Sciences Librarian with the KU Libraries. She is the library liaison to the School of Public Affairs and Administration and the Department of Political Science.  

As a member of the RTC team, she is assisting with designing and implementing the library searches for two systematic scoping reviews on disabilities and healthcare access. 

Her research is related to collection management and information literacy from a user-centered perspective.

Publications

Amalia Monroe-Gulick and Julie Peter, (in press). Incoming Graduate Students in the Social Sciences: How much do they really know about Library Research?, portal: Libraries and the Academy, July 2012. 

Amalia Monroe-Gulick and Lea Currie, Using the WorldCat Collection Analysis Tool: Experiences from the University of Kansas Libraries. Collection Management, October 2011, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p203-216. 

Amalia Monroe, Checking the United Nations: A Checklist Evaluation of United Nations Specialized Agencies Serial Publications. Collection Management, April-June 2010, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p83-100.

Amalia Monroe, Presidential Power: A Research Guide. Reference and User Services Quarterly, Winter 2008, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p122-127.

Amalia Monroe, Organizing the 2008 Presidential Election. College and Research Libraries News, October 2008, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p540-543.
      

Education

Ms. Monroe-Gulick received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from Illinois State University, and her master’s in library science from Indiana University.


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