Associate Professor and Coordinator of Instruction, Kresge Library;
Music, Theatre, & Dance Librarian
Office: 237 Kresge
Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=NCY_TwkAAAAJ&hl=en
Library Instruction, Reference, Research Consultations, Librarian Liaison to the Liberal Studies and Bachelor of Integrative Studies Programs
Online Library Instruction, Assessment of Library Instruction, Etymology
Horning, A.S. & Kraemer, E.W. (Eds.). (2013). Reconnecting Reading and Writing. West Lafayette: Parlor Press, 2013.
Also available as an open-access publication from the WAC Clearinghouse at http://wac.colostate.edu/books/reconnecting/
Daniel, D., & Kraemer, E.W. (2012). Integrating the credit-bearing information literacy course into the curriculum: Goals, benefits, and challenges. In Proceedings of the 40th Annual LOEX Conference, 3-5 May, 2012, Columbus, Ohio (Library Orientation Series, No. 45).
Gunn, M., & Kraemer, E.W. (2011). The agile teaching library: Models for integrating information literacy in online learning experiences. In S. Kelsey & K. St.Amant (Eds.), Computer-mediated communication: Issues and approaches in education, pp.191-206. Hershey PA: Information Science Reference.
Kraemer, E.W. (2007). Developing information literacy instruction for honors students at Oakland University : An information consulting approach. College & Undergraduate Libraries 14 (3), 63-73.
Kraemer, E.W., S.V. Lombardo, and F. Lepkowski. (2007). The librarian, the machine, or a little of both: A comparative study of three information literacy pedagogies at Oakland University. College & Research Libraries 68 (4), 330-42.
Kraemer, E.W. (2007). Keeping up with the journals: A library journal club at Oakland University . The Journal of Academic Librarianship 33 (1), 136-37.
Kraemer, E.W., D. Keyse, and S. Lombardo. (2003). Beyond these walls: Building a library outreach program at Oakland University. The Reference Librarian 39 (82), 5-17.
Issue published separately as monograph: Outreach Services in Academic and Special Libraries. Eds. Paul Kelsey and Sigrid Kelsey. Binghamton, NY: Haworth, 2004.
Kraemer, E.W. (2002). Developing the online learning environment: The pros and cons of using WebCT for library instruction. Information Technology and Libraries 22 (2), 87-92.
Juriew, D., E. Kraemer, and J. Voelck. (2002). Mentoring untenured librarians: All it takes is a little un-TLC. College & Research Libraries News 64 (6), 378-380.
Kraemer, Elizabeth W. An Etymological Dictionary of Classical Mythology. Available Online: http://library.oakland.edu/people/personal/kraemer/edcm/contents.html
Kraemer, E.W. "From WebCT to Moodle: Online Information Literacy Instruction at Oakland University." (April 2008). Presentation at the Library2LMS Conference, SUNY Brockport, Brockport, NY.
Kraemer, E.W. et al. "I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can: Building a Career When Personal Responsibilities Demand More of You." (June 2006). Panel presentation delivered at the American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Kraemer, E.W. & S. Lombardo. "A Comparative Study of Information Literacy Instruction Pedagogy at Oakland University." (March 2006). Presentation at the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters, Oakland University, Rochester, MI .
Kraemer, E.W. “Creating the Online Learning Environment: Using WebCT for Library Instruction.” (June 2002). Poster session presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Wallis E.L. & J. Yue. “Using Online Communities to Enhance Professional Growth and Networking.” (July 2000). Poster session presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
|Library Committee on Appointment and Promotion||2001-2004;
|Distance Education Task Force||2003-2004|
|Signage Task Force||2001|
|Academic Conduct Committee||2002-2004;
|Academic Standing and Honors Committee||2004-2006|
|Senate Library Committee||2002-2004|
Service & Memberships
|American Library Association||1997-Present|
|Association of College & Research Libraries||
Members Round Table
|Michigan Library Association||2000-2003|
|MLA Continuing Education Committee||2001-2003|
Young Alumni Spotlight, Western Michigan University, 2004.
Faculty Co-Honoree, Oakland University Board of Trustees Meeting, February 2003.
Honoree, Oakland University Faculty Recognition Luncheon, April 2002.
Nominated as a candidate for Vice President/President Elect of the American Library Association's New Members Round Table, November 2001.
Beta Phi Mu International Library and Information Science Honor Society, inducted 2001.
Master of Library and Information Science, Wayne State University, 1999.
Bachelor of Arts, Lee Honors College, Western Michigan University, 1997.
Created by MH / Updated on September 10, 2014 by MH