Veronica Arellano Douglas
Veronica Arellano Douglas is a reference & instruction librarian and liaison to the political science, anthropology, psychology and sociology departments. She is an active member of the American Library Association (ALA) and the Association of College and Research Libraries, and has been both an ALA Spectrum Scholar (2006) and an ALA Emerging Leader (2008). Veronica writes about issues related to libraries, information literacy instruction and student learning on her blog, The Formerly Freelance Librarian.
- 2003 - B.A. - English - Rice University
- 2006 - M.L.S - Library Science - University of North Texas
Areas of Expertise
- Information literacy instruction and assessment
- Design-thinking and user-centered design in libraries