Sharon Leslie is an Assistant Professor and the Librarian for Public Health and Health Sciences at the Georgia State University Library. She provides teaching and research support for faculty and undergraduate and graduate programs. She received her Master of Science in Library Services degree from Clark Atlanta University. She began her library career as a hospital librarian. Prior to becoming a librarian, she worked in regulatory affairs at an HIV/AIDS clinical trials unit. She is a member of the Medical Library Association's Academy of Health Information Professionals.
Contributions to Books
Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Technology Sections, The Medical Library Association’s Master Guide to Authoritative Information Resources in the Health Sciences. (2011)
Jane (Journal/Author Name Estimator), University Library Faculty Publications (2011)
Acceptance of a manuscript is a relief but often depends on submission to the appropriate...
Review of Teaching Information Literacy: 50 Standards-Based Exercises for College Students by Joanna M. Burkhardt, Reference and User Services Quarterly (2011)
This is a review of Teaching Information Literacy: 50 Standards-Based Exercises for College Students by...
Review of Understanding Healthcare Information by Lyn Robinson, Medical Reference Services Quarterly (2010)
This is a review of Understanding Healthcare Information by Lyn Robinson
Review of Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook. Edited by Carol Smallwood., Journal of Hospital Librarianship (2010)
This is a book review of Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook, edited by Carol...
Review of Creating the Customer-Driven Academic Library by Jeannette Woodward, Journal of Hospital Librarianship (2010)
Review of Creating the Customer-Driven Academic Library by Jeannette Woodward