Claudia J. Dold is the Assistant University Librarian at the Louis de la Parte
Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) Research Library at the University of South
Florida. 

Her driving interest is the process of learning: How do people learn? What are the most
effective and efficient ways to present information to today's college and graduate
students? How do students want their information delivered? What information is most
useful to them? What information do they need that they don't realize they need, and
how to present that information so they will realize they need to pay attention? 

Presentations

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Now that you have created a great video, how do you know if anyone is learning from it?, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Information Fluency Conference, Orlando, FL (2014)

Video offers a wide range of benefits a useful teaching tool, and librarians are using...

 

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Using video to promote your library, National Library of Aruba, Oranjestad, Aruba (2014)

This presentation was followed by a two-day workshop in which library staff got to know...

 

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First steps in planning a college department curriculum to incorporate information fluency, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Information Fluency Conference, Orlando, FL (2013)

Creating an information fluency curriculum for a specific discipline requires preliminary work: assessing what students...

 

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The role of librarians in academic success, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Applications (ICTA), Orlando, FL (2012)

Librarians address all levels of information needs for the university: its acquisition, its production, its...

 

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Making it real: Faculty collaboration to create video content (with Gary DuDell), Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Applications (ICTA) in Orlando, FL (2011)

Interest in integrative health care is a growing area of health practice, combining conventional medical...

 

Publications

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Critical information literacy: A model for transdisciplinary research in behavioral sciences, The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2014)

Librarians are instrumental in advancing the education of students and orientating tomorrow’s professions toward the...

 

Book Review: Implementing virtual reference services: A LITA guide, edited by Beth C. Thomsett-Scott, Academic Services Faculty and Staff Publications (2013)

Editor Beth C. Thomsett-Scott offers the reader a hands-on, how-to guide for creating virtual reference...

 

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The role of librarians in academic success, Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (2013)

Librarians address all levels of information needs for the university: its acquisition, its production, its...

 

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Hearing a voice: Results of a participatory action research study (with Richard A. Chapman), Journal of Child & Family Studies (2012)

Interest in participatory action research (PAR) is rising among academics, researchers, families, and youth themselves...

 

Book Review: Dementia, Medical Reference Services Quarterly. Edited by Patrick McNamara. Vol 1-3. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger (2012)
 

Research Studies

Improving Information-Seeking Behaviors and Knowledge Base for Thesis Students in the Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Program and Students in the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program (with Ardis Hanson), Ardis Hanson (2009)

We created a series of videocasts incorporating the use of library and networked technologies in...

 

Grants & Grant-Funded Assignments

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A Transdisciplinary Approach to Searching (with Ardis Hanson), (Research Instruction series, no. 1). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video01-Transdisciplinarity.flv (2010)

This video addresses research techniques to follow when a topic crosses traditional borders of disciplines,...

 

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Citation Searching in Web of Science (with Ardis Hanson), (Research Instruction series, no. 3). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video03-BackwardAndForwardCitations.flv (2010)

Let’s say that you have found one article that really addresses your topic. Maybe the...

 

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Creating a Research Agenda (with Ardis Hanson), (Research Instruction series, no. 14). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video14-ResearchAgenda.flv (2010)

This video is an overview on beginning a research agenda. Using a toolbox approach, it...

 

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Creating an Annotated Bibliography (with Ardis Hanson), (Research Instruction series, no. 7). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video07-AnnotatedBibliography.flv (2010)

In this video, we explain what an annotated bibliography is, how one is constructed, and...

 

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Finding Assessment, Tests, & Measures (with Ardis Hanson), (Research Instruction series, no. 4). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video04-T-M.flv (2010)

Finding tests and measures can be difficult, especially in today's hybrid environments. This tutorial will...