I provide primary liaison responsibilities to the Department of History, Department of Political Science, and the Urban Studies Program. My secondary liaison responsibilities include: the Department of Communications, the Environmental Studies Program, the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), and the History Department.
I also have extensive knowledge and experience working with government information for both the United States and the United Nations. I teach the Government Information: Resources and Services course at the School of Information Science.
Scott, M. & Wilkin, P. “European Union Studies at the University of Pittsburgh.” Documents to the People. Vol. 36. No.3 (2008)
Scott, M. “Smokey Bear: American Icon” Documents to the People. Vol. 36. No.1 (2008)
Scott, M. “Stuck in a Professional Rut? : Take a risk to improve your career” Western PA/West Virginia Association of College and Research Libraries – Fall Meeting, (October 2011).
Scott, M & Rabina, D., Brauntein, S., et.al. “Teaching GovDocs in LIS Program: Challenges and Issues” Federal Depository Library Conference & Fall Depository Library Conference, (October 2010).
Scott, M & Anderson, S, Yelinek, K., et.al. “Accidental Documents Librarian: Tips and Tricks for Interim/Temporary Depository Librarians” Federal Depository Library Conference & Fall Depository Library Conference, (October 2008).
Adjunct Professor - School of Information Science
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