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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Meet Denise Bosselman - Instruction & Distance Education Librarian

Denise Bosselman joined the Chesnutt Library staff on March 8, 2007 as the Instruction and Distance Education Librarian. Denise has previously worked as a librarian at Sandhills Community College and Methodist University. As Instruction and Distance Education Librarian, Denise provides classroom instruction on the use of the library’s print and online resources. She will gladly work with instructors to design customized library instruction sessions for their classes. Denise is currently working on designing a comprehensive information literacy program for the Freshman Seminar program. Denise is also the primary contact librarian for distance education students at Fayetteville State University’s main campus and satellite campuses. She can assist distance education students with all of their research needs including identifying resources, locating books, searching the library’s databases from off campus, and using local libraries. Denise’s office is located on the second floor of the library in the media center. You also can contact Denise by email or by telephone 910-672-1242.

Denise’s research interests include information literacy, outreach initiatives, and incorporating web 2.0 technologies in the library. She received a master’s degree in Library Science from North Carolina Central University in 2003 and a B.S. in English Education from the State University of New York College at Oneonta in 1999. When she has time off, Denise enjoys gardening, cooking, and spending time with her family.


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