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Aimee

Aimee

Quinn
Assistant Professor / Government Publications Librarian
1592
Aimee.Quinn@cwu.edu
2015
Education: 

1990: MLIS, Louisiana State University

1984: BFA, University of New Mexico

Responsibilities: 

Government Publications Librarian - oversee & manage the state and federal depository collections & operations including the selection & management of materials, promotion to the communites, instruction on use of materials, and reference to the collection.  Serve as advocate for digital and tangible materials and liaise between the public and the university relating to federal and state depository library issues.

Subject Areas:  federal and state government information; maps; microforms; e-government; digital democracy; census data; data; GIS services; digital humanities; and civic engagement.

I teach in the LIS Program including the Foundations of Library & Information Science.  I love working with students in this course and I am especially interested in learning from them.  Libraries are always changing, so your views on the services we offer are important.

Professional Organizations: 

Government Publications Librarian

  • American Library Association (ALA)
  • Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL)
  • Reference & User Services Association (RUSA)
  • GODORT (Government Documents Round Table)
  • MAGIRT (Maps & Geographic Information Round Table)
  • DGI (Digital Government Information Societiy)
  • NGIN (Northwest Government Information Network)
  • Washington Libraries Association (WLA)
  • Freedom to Read Foundation
Subjects Liaised: 

Aviation; Cultural & Resource Management; Environmental Studies; Geography; Political Science

 

I am the librarian for Government Publications which includes federal and state depository collections, maps, atlases, globes, and all microform collections.  My office hours are Mondays 10-noon and by appointment.  My office is located behind the Tutoring and iDesks so please drop on by and say hello!

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