Before beginning my PhD, I worked as a librarian. I directed an academic library for 8 years, and worked as a practitioner in libraries for 14 years. I focused on management, technological developments, and the integration of library services into the academic community.
My research focuses on the connections that faculty in professional education programs make with practitioners. Specifically, I am exploring the maximization of institutional resources by faculty to satisfy university promotion/tenure requirements and fulfill the need to connect with practice. My research goals include identifying a path for faculty to more easily connect with practice in order to maintain a strong understanding of the field of study and to create a mechanism for adjuncts to contribute more fully in curricular planning and academic support for students in professional programs.
Recent Courses and SyllabiCourse evaluation ratings (login required)
- Rittenberger, A. D., Ajiboye, S. Entrelib: The Conference for Entrepreneurial Librarians,
""Entrepreneurial Librarians and the Knowledge Economy: A look at Entrepreneurial Relationship Development Perspective"",
Wake Forest University and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
Wake Forest, NC.
- Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action. 2018 - Present
- Association for Library and Information Science Education. 2018 - Present
- Library Information Technology Association. 2005 - 2017
- American Library Association. 2003 - Present
- Nonprofit Research Fellow, Case Western Reser ve University. (2017).