Assistant Professor, Kresge Library
First Year Experience Librarian
Office: 247 Kresge
Research and information-seeking behaviors of fine arts students; information literacy instruction and assessment; online course instruction and development.
Rodriguez, J., Greer, K. & Shipman, B. "Copyright and You." (under review)
Greer, K. "Connecting Inspiration with Information." (under review)
Greer, K., et al., Beyond the Web Tutorial: Development and Implementation of an Online, Self-Directed Academic Integrity Course at Oakland University, The Journal of Academic Librarianship (2012), doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2012.06.010.
Greer, K. Cooking up a concept map with Prezi: Conceptualizing the artist statement. In Calkins, K. and Kvenild, C. The Embedded Librarian Cookbook. ACRL (in press, 2014).
Nichols Hess, A. & Greer, K. Using Library Standards to Inform Common Core Instruction. In J. Purdy & R. McClure (Eds.), The Next Digital Scholar: A fresh approach to the Common Core Standards in research and writing. Information Today, Inc. (in press, 2014)
Art and Architecture in Video. Alexander Street. (forthcoming)
Italian Renaissance Resources. CHOICE. January 2014.
BMW Guide by Independent Art Collectors. CHOICE. March 2013.
Shakespeare: Staging the World. CHOICE.
Treasures of the Bodleian [iTunes App]. CHOICE. April 2012.
Asher. The Art Museum. CHOICE, March 2012.
Publications prior to joining OU
"Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum." The Twenties in America. Salem Press, 2012.
"Société Anonyme." The Twenties in America. Salem Press, 2012.
"Ernie Chan." Great Lives from History: Asian American and Pacific Islanders. Salem Press, 2012.
"Jorge Cham." Great Lives from History: Asian American and Pacific Islanders. Salem Press, 2012.
"Alfredo Alcala." Great Lives from History: Asian American and Pacific Islanders. Salem Press, 2012.
Bandes, S., Kingsley, A. and Greer, K. Blast from the Past: art of the 1960s. Selections from the Kresge Art Museum XII. East Lansing: Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, 2006.
A Grotesque Trade: Marketing and Artistic Identity in The Lawyer's Office by Marinus van Reymerswaele. Master of Arts Thesis, University of Notre Dame, 2005.
Library Senate Committee (2011--present)
University Retention Committee (2012--present)
Focus on the Finish Line Committee (2012--present)
Academic Open House Planning Committee (2012--present)
Library Committees and Groups
Committee on Instruction (2012--present)
Plagiarism Course ad hoc group (2011--present)
Integrated Systems and Data Team (2012)
Web Team (2012--present)
Electronic Resources Selection Committee (2011--present)
Information Commons Integration Taskforce (2011--present)
Strategic Planning Team (2011--2012)
Events and Exhibits Committee (2012--present)
Reference Group (2011--present)
Instruction Group (2011--present)
Collection Development Group (2011--present)
Board Member, Michigan Association for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, 2010-13
Board Member, Metro Detroit Book and Author Association (2011--present)
Member, Art Libraries Society of North America (2011--present)
Online Instructor Certification Course, Madonna University, Summer 2011
M.S., Library and Information Science, Drexel University, 2007
M.A., Art History, University of Notre Dame, 2005
B.A., English, Magna cum Laude, Aquinas College, 2003
Created by MH / Updated on April 10, 2014 by MH