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Janet Clarke

Janet Clarke

Associate Dean for Research & Instruction Services

janet.clarke@stonybrook.edu
W-1514 Melville Library | 631.632.1217

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Janet is the Associate Dean for Research & User Engagement.

 

Selected Publications, Presentations & Service

Grants
Presidential Mini-Grant for Diversity Initiatives, Stony Brook University: “Marvels & Monsters: A Symposium on Asian Images in Comics and Graphic Narratives,” Stony Brook, New York, April, 2014.

Book Chapters
“International Korean Adoption: A Selective Bibliography.”  Transplanted Children: 50 Years of International Korean Adoption.  Eds. K. Bergquist, E. Vonk, and D. S. Kim.  Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2007.  341-384.

“Asian American Studies Core Collection.”  [Co-author with G. Colmenar & S. Kimura.]  Resources for College Libraries, Vol. 6.  Ed. M. Elmore.  New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 2006.  83-141.

Journal Articles
“Partnering with IT to Help Disadvantaged Students Achieve Academic Success.”  Public Services Quarterly, (2012). 8:3.  208-226.

“International Adoption: Education, Advocacy, and Discovery Resources.”  College & Research Libraries News, (2007). 68: 10.  645-649, 661.

Encyclopedia Entry
“KoreAm Journal.” Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia.  Ed. Mary Yu Danico.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Reference, 2014 .

Online Learning Tools
“Library Research Guide.”  Co-author, with G. Johnson.  Online library research tutorial with six modules, https://library.stonybrook.edu/tutorial, 2004.  ALA/ACRL’s Peer-Reviewed Instruction Materials Online, 2005 PRIMO Site-of-the-Month, http://www. ala.org/ala/acrlbucket/is/ iscommittees/webpages/ emergingtech/primo/index.htm.  Included in MERLOT database, 2008, http://www.merlot.org/ merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id= 296434.  Book acknowledgement: Designing Effective Library Tutorials: A Guide for Accommodating Multiple Learning Styles.  Lori S. Mestre.  Cambridge, UK: Chandos Publishing, 2012.

Presentation
“Partnering with IT to Help Disadvantaged Students Achieve Academic Success.”  SUNYLA Conference, FIT, New York, 2012.

 

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