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About Ellie Dworak

Ellie Dworak is an Associate Professor and the Information Design & Data Visualization Librarian at Boise State University's Albertsons Library, where she has worked since October of 2008. She is also the liaison to the Departments of Psychological Sciences and Sociology; the Applied Science program; Veteran’s Upward Bound; and the Offices of Veteran Services and Career Services.

Prior to joining Boise State University, she was an Associate Professor and the Electronic Resources Librarian at San Diego State University and a Reference & Instruction Librarian at Ohio University. She earned her Master’s in Library and Information Studies in 1996 from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of Oregon in 1994.

Ellie's research interests involve the intersection of people with information technology; data and statistical literacy; library assessment; and the applications of data visualization to the social sciences and humanities. She has provided workshops for librarians around the country and in China, specializing in providing hands-on workshops with a strong active learning component, and is widely published in the library literature.


Present Librarian and Associate Professor, Boise State University Albertsons Library

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