- Library Instruction, Research Assistance and Outreach, and Library liaison to Anthropology, Italian and Spanish faculty.
I graduated from Occidental College with a BA in Anthropology and from the University of Illinois with a MS in Library Science. I previously worked as State Virtual Reference Coordinator at the Illinois State Library and as Visiting Instructional Services Librarian at the University of Illinois Springfield. Before becoming a librarian I worked on a Biodynamic farm in New York and taught high school as an Americorps volunteer in Vermont. Interests include traveling, riding my bike, walking, reading and cooking.
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 909-607-7168
- Campus Address: Honnold/Mudd Library, Iris North
Publications and Presentations
Tagge, N., Addlesperger E., Treadwell, J. & Wilson, S. (2010, May). Redesigning library spaces to meet students’ needs. Talk presented at Connecting libraries and users: anthropologists helping librarians meet 21st century challenges, Bloomington, IL.
Tagge, N. & Binder, A. (2010, March). Anthropologists in the Brookens library: employing ethnographic research methods to better serve our students. Talk presented at Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries annual conference, Springfield, IL.
Tagge, N. (2009). Jing and yang: balancing asynchronous and synchronous training. Library Hi Tech News. 26 (10), 6-7.
Treadwell, J., Binder, A. & Tagge, N. (2011). Seeing ourselves as others see us: library spaces through student eyes. In Duke, L., & Asher, A. (Eds.) College libraries and student culture: what we now know. Chicago: Amer Library Assn.
I LEAD U IMLS grant, Steering Committee Member, 2008-present
American Library Association,Reference User Services Association Education and Professional Development for Reference, Committee Member, 2010-present
Social Sciences Team Leader
Phone: (909) 607-7168
Honnold/Mudd, Iris North
Course Instructor, University of Illinois Springfield
- UNI 105: South Africa: Apartheid's Legacy
- UNI 401: Library Research Methods