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As Humanities Librarian in Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Ellen Daugman serves as liaison to the English Department and the Interdisciplinary Humanities Program, as well as reference librarian and instructor in the library’s information literacy program. Prior to coming to Wake Forest, she was a reference librarian in Memorial Library at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a BA in English from the College of William and Mary, the MA in English from the University of Virginia, and the MLS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. B.A. College of William and Mary, Honors in English, 1974; M.A. University of Virginia, English, DuPont Fellowship, 1976; M.L.S. University of Madison-Wisconsin; Regents Fellow, Beta Phi Mu; Reference Librarian, Memorial Library University of Wisconsin-Madison 1986-1992; Humanities Librarian, ZSR Library, WFU, 1995-present.

Publications

  • Daugman, Ellen, & Fansler, Craig. (2014). Developing a Continuity of Operations Plan. North Carolina Libraries, 71(2), 18-26. #
  • Daugman, Ellen, & Scanlon, Mary. (2013). Primary Sources. Research Like a Librarian: Accessing Information in the 21st Century. wakExpress: Winston-Salem, NC. #
  • Daugman, Ellen, McCall, Leslie, & McMahan, Kaeley. (2011). Designing and Implementing an Information Literacy Course in the Humanities. Communications in Information Literacy, 5(2), 127-143. #

Presentations

  • Cramer, Carol, & Daugman, Ellen. (2014, March). Facing Faculty Fears about Embracing the E-Book: Communication Strategies for Liaison Librarians. 23rd Annual North Carolina Serials Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Cramer, Carol, Daugman, Ellen, & Mills, Caroline. (2013, November). Facing Fears About Deselection and eBooks; Strategies to Help Both Faculty and Librarians Feel Safe. 33rd Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.

Recent Posts

Below are a few posts by Ellen from the ZSR Professional Development blog.

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