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Liz Johns

Teaching and Learning Librarian
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Liz Johns
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Liz Johns is the Teaching and Learning Librarian, supporting students in their developing information literacy dispositions.

Liz earned a Bachelor of Arts in history and political science from Gettysburg College, and a Master of Science in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is currently working on a Doctor of Education at Johns Hopkins University with a focus on Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education. Liz's work centers on supporting librarians in developing and using innovative teaching practices and implementing creative teaching techniques for information literacy and concept-based learning. Liz's teaching and research focuses on creating engaging, dynamic, and meaningful learning environments in both face-to-face and online settings for adult learners.

My Guides

Anti-Oppression
Last update: Jan 19, 2021 136 views
Cite Your Sources
Last update: Nov 11, 2020 136 views
Education
Last update: Apr 15, 2021 266 views
Evaluate Information
Last update: Feb 24, 2021 750 views
Last update: Feb 10, 2021 372 views
Research Process
Last update: Feb 16, 2021 90 views
Last update: Nov 10, 2020 91 views
Writing
Last update: Mar 8, 2021 167 views
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