Adina began her Library career at Kean University, Union, NJ as a library assistant in the Ethnic Studies Center. She then worked as a reference librarian at Kean. She came to Syracuse University Library as the librarian for Social Work and Allied Fields in September 2002. Before working in libraries, she was an employment consultant for people with disabilities at P.A.T.H. Inc. in northeast Philadelphia, PA. She has an MLS from Rutgers University and is graduating with an MA in Cultural Foundations of Education and CAS in Disability Studies in 2013. Her undergraduate degree is a double major in English and Philosophy with a certificate in Women's Studies from Albright College in Reading, PA.
Academic Library Services for Users with Developmental Disabilities: Partnership of Access and Syracuse University Library, The Reference Librarian (2009)
Students with developmental disabilities are being increasingly included in college life. As this occurs, academic...