Judy Xiao is instruction/reference librarian.  She serves as the liaison librarian and subject specialist to two CSI professional schools: the School of Health Science, and the School of Business. Judy collaborates with faculty in developing resources for the Schools and teaching students how to use library resources effectively.  She also teaches a library research credit course LIB102: Beyond Google, Research for College Success. Judy’s research interests and publications focus on library/research instruction with technology, online course design, and librarian-faculty collaboration in student information literacy.

Degrees

MS: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

MA: College of Staten Island

BA: Hunan Normal University

Scholarship / Publications

Prof. Xiao has published articles in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and presented papers at international conferences. Titles of some of her articles and papers include: Integrating Information Literacy into Blackboard: Librarian-Faculty Collaboration for Successful Student Learning; Collaborating for Student Success: A Model for Librarian Embedding in Faculty Blackboard Courses; The Embedded Librarian: Collaborating with Faculty in Teaching & Publication; Information Literacy in Business Education; Resources in Transcultural Nursing: A Library Orientation Program for Nursing Students; Integrating Information Literacy into the Graduate Liberal Arts Curriculum: A Faculty-Librarian Collaborative Course Model.