Lisa Martin is the librarian for Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, Human Development and Consumer Sciences, Management, & Marketing. She also liaises with MBA, EMBA, and other graduate programs. She works closely with faculty and other librarians to conduct class-based information sessions, schedule research consultations, and manage the electronic and print collections in the areas for which she is responsible. Her research interests include equitable access in library instruction, effective outreach efforts, and the post-graduation information skills of business students.
Lisa received her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of California at Los Angeles. Her bachelors degrees were received from the University of Redlands. Lisa has worked as a business specialist for the last nine years. Institutions where she previously worked include the University of North Dakota and National University.
Assessing Student Learning During Information Literacy Sessions for Large Business Classes (2015)
Journal: Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship
Leading and motivating peer teams (2015)
Journal: Library Leadership and Management
Modifying an information literacy game for outreach events (2015)
Journal: Reference Services Review