NADINE ANDERSON

Behavioral Sciences Librarian

About Me

I am embedded in the Behavioral Sciences and Women's and Gender Studies programs. I partner with faculty to teach our students research and critical thinking skills, integrate research skill development into the curriculum, and order books and DVDs for the library's collection. I have worked in academic libraries in the US, Canada, and the UAE and taught ESL in Japan and Canada.

I have Master's degrees in Educational Psychology and Library and Information Studies, both from McGill University. I also have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a double minor in Sociology and Philosophy, from the University of Alberta.

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