Margie Ruppel, MLS

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Biography

In my work as a social sciences librarian, I provide online and face-to-face instruction and research services, selecting materials that support psychology, sociology, and social work, and reaching out to faculty and students. Librarian and faculty collaboration allows me to provide relevant and meaningful research services. I specialize in information literacy for social science disciplines, data and statistical information, as well as finding innovative and online methods for providing library services.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Library Science, Indiana University

2000

Elementary Education, B.S., University of Southern Indiana

… → May 1998

External positions

Reference & Instruction Librarian, Boise State University

20092020

Reference & Interlibrary Loan Librarian, University of Southern Indiana

20062009

Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

20012005

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  • Advance: A SAGE PrePrints Community

    Ruppel, M., 2021, In: The Charleston Advisor: Critical Reviews of Web Products for Information Professionals. 22, 3, p. 5-9 5 p.

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  • Creating an annual evaluation framework for library faculty

    Meregaglia, A., Keyes, K., Vecchione, A., Armstrong, M. & Ruppel, M., Sep 2021, In: Journal of Academic Librarianship. 47, 5, 102426.

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  • PsyArXiv

    Ruppel, M., 2021, In: The Charleston Advisor: Critical Reviews of Web Products for Information Professionals. 23, 2, p. 38-42 5 p.

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  • Holistic onboarding of a Generation Y team member

    Ruppel, M. & Peacock, R., 2019, Onboarding 2.0: Methods of designing and deploying effective onboarding training for academic libraries. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., p. 63-87 24 p.

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  • POGIL beyond STEM

    Ruppel, M. & Guillaud, S., 2019, POGIL : An introduction to Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning for those who wish to empower learners. Simonson, S. (ed.). Sterling, VA, p. 247-272 25 p.

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