As Life and Environmental Sciences Librarian, and as a member of the Research and Instructional Services Department, I provide a wide range of class sessions, workshops and individual research consultations. In addition to disciplinary instruction and research assistance, I provide training for the EndNote citation manager software and instruct students on scholarly communication through workshops on presentation and academic poster design.
M.L.S., Library Science, University of Arizona, Tucson
B.A., Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson
- Azadbakht, E., Radniecki, T. M., Schultz, T., & Shannon, A. W. (2023). Do open access mandates work?: A systematized review of the literature on OA publishing rates. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.
- Schultz, Bucy, R., Hunsaker, A., Shannon, A., Klenke, C., Winterman, M., & Arrieta Baro, I. (2021). Manuscript Accepted!: Collaborating on a scholarly publishing symposium for graduate students and early career academic faculty. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 9(1), eP2385–.
- Medaille, & Shannon, A. W. (2012). Co-teaching relationships among librarians and other information professionals. Collaborative Librarianship, 4(4), 132–148.
- Schultz, T., Azadbakht, E., Shannon, A. W., & Mesfin, T. (2021, October). Using an escape room to educate students about open textbooks. In Open Education Conference.
- Medaille, A., Ragains, P. P., & Shannon, A. W. (2015, April 11). Supporting entry into echolarly conversations: Library and information literacy support for honors students. In 42nd Annual Conference. Western Regional Honors Council.
- Shannon, A. W., & Medaille, A. (2010, April 30). Integrating and collaboration: Leveraging IT/library cooperation by combining traditional research instruction with technology training. In United States Agricultural Information Network 2010 Biennial Meeting. United States Agricultural Information Network.