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Workshop Facilitators from the Libraries at Howard University

Ellis B. Beteck (ebeteck@howard.edu)  202-884-1526
Associate Director for Public Services, Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Ph.D., Clark Atlanta University

Former Deputy Library Manager of the US AID Library, and Coordinator of Public Services at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore.  Conducted research on information and international development.  Publications include a book on The Relationship Between the Teaching Profession and Job Satisfaction Among Secondary School Teachers in Calabar Municipality.

Leslie M. Brown (l_m_brown@howard.edu) 202-806-7252

Associate Librarian, Founders Library
B. A. Wayne State University (Social Sciences)
M.S.L.S. Wayne State University (Library Science)
M.F.A. American University (Creative Writing)

Science and Engineering Bibliographer
Information skills instructor for undergraduate and graduate workshops on Ecology, Analytical Chemistry, Science and Public Policy, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Structural Engineering, Materials of Engineering, and Evolution.
Coordinator for the Research Revolution Film Discussion Series co-sponsored by the Sigma XI, COAS, and Howard University Libraries in Spring 2003.
Planning coordinator  for the USPTO (Patent and Trademark) and Copyright Seminars presented at the Founders Library.
Former substitute teacher in the Arlington County Public Schools

Celia C. Daniel (ccdaniel@howard.edu) 202-806-7446
Associate Librarian, Founders Library
B.A., Concordia University (Black History and English)
Graduate Diploma, McGill University (Education)
MLS,  Mc Gill University ( Library and Information Science)

Bibliographer for the Departments of  English and Classics
Former teacher librarian at Centennial
Regional High School,  Montreal, Canada
Recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award in 1994.
Author of A Bibliography of Writers from the African Diaspora, a major and unique reference for Canadian educators, now used as a tool throughout the province.  At Howard, prepared webliographies in conjunction with the Department of English's Heart's Day Symposium Series. Teach Information Competency Skills to Freshman English students and others. 
Member of  the Advisory Board for Thomson/Gale publications  in the area of literature, specifically,  the Gale Critical Companion series: The Harlem Renaissance and, in the same series, The Beat Generation. Presently working on a work on Feminism.  Also on the Advisory Board for The Best Books for Academic Libraries -- Language and Literature, as Senior Advisor, and Subject Advisor for English Literature and Language.

Sarah M. Fauntroy (sfauntroy@howard.edu) 202-806-7933
Associate Librarian, Founders Library
B.S., Media Technology/Communications; University of the District of Columbia;
M.S.L.S., University of the District of Columbia
M.L.S., University of Maryland

Bibliographer for African Studies, Afro-American Studies, History and Military Science
Wrote book review of Walls of Heritage/Walls of Pride: African American Murals. for the HUArchivesNetPrepared webliographies on  African Studies, African American Studies, Brown v. Board of Education, Fannie Lou Hamer, Zora Neale Hurston, W.E.B. DuBois, Reconstruction, Communications, Slave Narratives (in progress), and the Afro-American Studies Departmental Webpage.

Tolulope Folarin (tolufol@yahoo.com) 202-806-7502
Programmer and Technology Specialist
B.S., Howard University (Systems and Computer Science)
M.S., Howard University  (Systems and Computer Science)

Provides technical support for digital library projects; develops interactive tutorials and automated forms; creates, maintains and updates departmental web pages; maintains the library's UNIX serve and monitors operations that run thereon.  Provides technical assistance to users and assists with research questions.

Clara L. Guyton (cguyton@howard.edu) 202-806-7237
Coordinator of Access Services, Founders/UGL
M.S.L.S., University of the District of Columbia
M.L.S., Catholic University
M.Div., Howard University
D.Min. (in progress), Howard University
Manages Loan Services in the Founders and Undergraduate Libraries; supervises Course Reserves and Interlibrary Loan operations.  Coordinates requests for special borrowers, CIRLA direct borrowing by faculty and graduate students, and the OCLC Faculty Reciprocal Borrowing Program.  

Carrie M. Hackney (chackney@howard.edu) 202-806-0678
Divinity Librarian
B.M.ED., Howard University  (Music Education)
M.L.S., University of Maryland (Library Science)

Subject Specialties: Music, Religion
Workshop Librarian/Resource Person for 2002/2003 Workshop on Teaching and Learning for African-American Faculty sponsored by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Learning. Recently chosen as a staff member by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Learning to facilitate a "pilot" colloquy for new theological librarians to be held at the Wabash Center in November 2004.

Alliah Humber  (ahumber@howard.edu) 202-806-7774
Curator of Art and Architecture 
B.F.A., Parsons School of Design
M.F.A, Howard University (Art)

Art and Architecture subject specialist for University Libraries.
Presently pursuing the Master of Information Management degree at the University of Maryland.
Prior experience in art-related collaborative teaching and guidance with high risk youth and children.

Linda Robinson (linRobinson@howard.edu)  202-884-1509
Associate Librarian, Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
B.S.,  Morgan State University (Chemistry)
M.S., University of Maryland (Nutrition Education)
M.L.I.S., University of Pittsburgh (Medical Librarianship)

Library Liaison to the College of Medicine and Howard Hospital. Librarian Selector for Doody’s Core Titles in the Health Sciences, 2004 edition.    Subject areas: Patient Education and Nutrition. Developer of the poster series: “Spotlight on Howard University Health Sciences Luminaries.” Librarian Instructor for “Medico-Legal Resources at Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library," for HU Law students. Former Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Health,  at Coppin State University’s Helene Fuld School of Nursing.

Lucille Burrell Smiley (lsmiley@howard.edu) 202-806-1561

Assistant Director for Staff Development and Business Librarian
BA, Stillman College (Business Education with minor in English and Literature)
MA, University of Alabama (Library Science)
Post Graduate Work: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; North Carolina State University, Greensboro, North Carolina;
MA (in progress), Religious Studies, Howard University, School of  Divinity

Subject Specialist for Business Administration and Management; Certified Facilitator, Ford RAPID™
Certified  teacher in Business Education. Taught English and Literature on the Junior and Senior High School levels; taught Basic Reference Service at the USDA Graduate School; facilitated RAPID workshops for various departments at Howard University, including workshops offered by the President for faculty and staff;  planned and conducted workshops for small business men and women in the Washington Metropolitan area;  conducted workshops to train teachers for the National Capital Presbytery’s Annual Teaching Training workshops.

Audrey Thompson (amthompson@howard.edu) 202-806-7316

Social Work Librarian
B.A., Howard University (Economics, with minor in Business)
M.S., Birkbeck College, University of London  (Economics)
M.L.S., University of Maryland, College Park

Bibliographer for social work, economics, sociology and anthropology. 
Completed extensive coursework in the economics of developing countries.
Provides information literacy instruction and technology training, creates guides and bibliographies in print and on the Web. Extensive prior experience in public, special, and academic libraries.

Arthuree McLaughlin Wright (arwright@howard.edu) 202-806-7926
Associate Director for Information, Research, and Resource Services
B.A., Indiana University (Mathematics)
M.L.S., Rutgers University (Library Science)
Certificate of Completion of the Administrative Development Program, MIT
Ph.D., University of Maryland (Library and Information Science)

Develops, shapes and oversees user-centered information services.  Assists schools and departments with preparation of reports for accreditation reviews.  Author of articles and book reviews on information needs and resources.  Review panelist for Sage Reference Publications.  External review panelist for the American Library Association's Accreditation Committee.
Former adjunct lecturer at the University of Maryland, College of Library and Information Services.  Workshop presenter for the Howard University Distance Learning Conference (2002), the Church and Synagogue Library Association's National Conference (2002), the Christian Education Convocation of the Baltimore Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church (2003).  Founder and director of the Heritage Exploration CyberCamp at Howard University (1998-2002).

Frances C. Zeigler (fzeigler@howard.edu) 202-806-7301
Associate Librarian,  Founders Library
B.A. -  Clark College (English)
M.S.L.S. – Atlanta University (Library Service)
M.Ed. – Howard University (Educational Technology)

Bibliographer for the School of Education and the Psychology Department.
Coordinates and conducts library user education workshops for students, staff, and faculty. Has produced numerous library orientation modules, webliographies, guides to reference sources and guides for searching various databases.

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