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This sub-community documents Dr. Loriene Roy's teaching activities. Dr. Roy began her teaching career in June 1985 as an Instructor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. She began teaching at the University of Texas at Austin School of Information in January 1987, starting as an Instructor, becoming an Assistant Professor in September 1987, and Associate Professor in September 1993, and a Professor in 1999.
Highlights from her teaching career include:
Courses taught at the School of Library and Information, University of Texas at Austin, 1987-2009:
1. Adult Popular Literature
2. Library Instruction and Information Literacy
3. Indigenous Librarianship
4. Information Resources in the Humanities
5. Information Resources in the Social Sciences
6. Introduction to Information Resources and Services
7. Introduction to Library and Information Studies
8. Measurement and Evaluation of Library Services
9. Public Libraries
10. Research in Library and Information Science
11. Seminar in Foundations for Library and Information Studies: Online Class in Librarianship (co-taught with Amy Stout)
12. Seminar in Research in Library and Information Science (Doctoral Writing Seminar)
13. Seminar on Library Services to Native American Populations
14. Use and Users of Information (Doctoral Seminar)
Course taught at the Library and Information Science Program, University of Hawai'i at Manoa:
1. Indigenous Librarianship (Summer 2009) Course taught at the School of Information Resources & Library Science, University of Arizona.
1. Indigenous Information Services (Summer 2005)
Course taught at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Summer 1985):
1. Reference Services in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Photo caption: Former iSchool students Sara and Tim escort Loriene in the Grand March at her Inauguration as the 2007-2008 President of ALA.