As Health Sciences Librarian, I support students and faculty in School of Public Health, the School of Social Work, Psychology, and the Department of Nutrition by offering information literacy instruction for undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as one-on-one research consultations. I also provide assistance to those working on literature reviews, including systematic and scoping reviews, and I’m familiar with the APA, MLA, and AMA citation styles.
M.S.I., Library and Information Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
B.A., English language and Literature, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Azadbakht, E., & Schultz, T. (2022). Conversations with open textbook authors: The factors that help and hinder accessibility. Journal of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education, 1(1), 212-228.
- Azadbakht, E., Schultz, T., & Arellano, J. (2021). Not open for all: accessibility of open textbooks. Insights, 34(24).
- Schultz, T. & Azadbakht, E. Open but not for all: A survey of open educational resource librarians on accessibility. College & Research Libraries, 82(5), 755-769.
- Azadbakht, E. S. (2021). The many faces of library instruction: An exploration of academic librarians’ teaching personas. Communications in Information Literacy, 15(1), 57-74.
- Azadbakht, E. & Schultz, T. (2020). At the click of a button: Assessing the user experience of open access finding tools. Information Technology and Libraries, 39(2).
- Azadbakht E. (2019). Humor in library instruction: a narrative review with implications for the health sciences. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 107(3), 304–313.
- Azadbakht, E., Blair, J., & Jones, L. (2017). Everyone’s invited: A website usability study involving multiple library stakeholders. Information Technology and Libraries, 36(4).