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Course & Subject Guides

Kimberly Bailey

Reference/Instruction Librarian at the Hanley Library, University of Pittsburgh (Bradford Campus)

Subject Areas

Liaison Librarian for:

Division of Biological & Health Sciences: Athletic Training, Biology, Exercise Science, Nursing, Radiological Science, Sports & Recreation Management

Division of Physical & Computational Sciences: Chemistry, Computer Information Systems & Technology, Energy Science & Technology, Engineering, Environmental Science (Geology), Environmental Studies, Management of Information Science, Mathematics, Petroleum Technology, Physical Sciences, and Physics

Business Management (Accounting, Finance, Marketing)

Criminal Justice

Economics

Forensic Science

Hospitality Management

Legal Studies

Psychology

 

University Service

Pitt-Bradford, Faculty Senate Council

  • 2017-present, Member
  • 2008-2016, Secretary

Pitt-Bradford, Academic Technology Committee, 2008-present

Alpha Sigma Lambda, Honor Society Planning Committee, 2008-present

University Library System, Peer Review Committee

  • 2021-present, Member
  • 2018-2020, Member
  • 2015-2017, Member

University Library System, Peer Mentoring Committee

  • 2017-2018, Member
  • 2020-2021, Member

University Library System, Planning & Budget Committee, 2008-2013

Allegheny River Scholars, Canoe Trip Advisor, 2012

Professional Development

Member of the American Library Association (ALA) and Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) 2007-present

ACRL Distance Learning Section (DLS)

ACRL Science & Technology Section (STS)

Selected Presentations

  • Baldwin, C., & Bailey, K. M. (2021, Feb. 16). University Library System resources for Black History Month [Virtual presentation]. Presentation at Pitt-Bradford's Black History Month Celebration.  
  • Hartman, P., Bailey, K., Hansen, S., Torrence, M., Warren, M., Borda, K., & Horton, J. (2020, Dec. 9).  Is science librarianship right for me? [Virtual presentation]. Presentation through ACRL/STS Membership Committee. http://aurora.auburn.edu/handle/11200/49948 
  • Frank, M., Baldwin, C., & Bailey, K. M. (2017, September). The tortoise or the hare: Undergraduates, information literacy, and the slow movement. Presentation at the European Conference of Information Literacy, Saint-Malo, France.
  • Bailey, K. M. (2013, April).The fundamental building blocks necessary to educate future decision makers in Marcellus & Utica shale gas. Presentation at Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Marcellus & Utica Shale Gas Symposium, Bradford, PA.
  • Bailey, K. M. (2012, June). Supporting the sciences without a science background: How to successfully embed into the sciences. Poster session presented at the 2012 Annual American Library Association, Anaheim, CA.
  • Bailey, K. M. (2009, Oct.). Staff development budget $0, travel budget $0, in-house education...priceless. Poster session presented at the Pennsylvania Library Association Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA.