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Lora Kay Baldwin

Associate Librarian for Information Technology
Hayes Hall, Room 259
(765) 973-8226
mcclell@indiana.edu

Education

  • M.S., Educational Psychology, Indiana University, 1989
  • M.L.S., Library and Information Science, Indiana University, 1985
  • B.S., Business Administration, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, 1982

Current Research Interests

Internet Fraud, Identity Theft, Bibliotherapy

Selected Presentations

  • Baldwin, L.K. and McFadden, S.A. (2011). The Information Literacy Course: An Experience in Academia. Roundtable Discussion. ACRL 2011, A Declaration of Interdependence. ACRL 15th National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Baldwin, L.K. (2002) “Forming an Academic League.”  IACE Academic Coaches’ Conference,
    Indianapolis, IN.
  • McFadden, S.E., Baldwin, L.K. & Henry, M.J. (2001) "Enriching Faculty Development Through Collaborative Programs"  Computers on Campus Conference.  Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • McFadden, S.E., Baldwin, L.K. & Henry, M.J. (2000) “How are Faculty Using the Internet.”  Stop Surfing-Start Teaching 2000 National Conference.  Charleston, SC.
  • Baldwin, L.K., and McFadden, S.A. (1998) "Reaching Beyond the Boundaries:  Computer Training Outside the Library's Jurisdiction."  Stop Surfing-Start Teaching Conference.  Myrtle Beach, SC.

Selected Poster Sessions

  • McFadden, S., Baldwin, L. and Samborsky, E. (2010). "Tooling-Up the Academic Library: Using Tools and Statistics to Encourage & Assess Student Use." American Library Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • McFadden, S.A., Baldwin, L.K., Winburn, E.S. & Stout, J.B. (2007) “Redefining Academic Library Presence: A Google Age Phenomenon.”  ACRL 13th National Conference, Baltimore, MD. 
  • Baldwin, L.K., McFadden, S.A. & Adkins, T. (2004)  “Using Humor to Teach Critical Thinking Skills:  Two Campus Approaches.”  American Library Association Annual Conference, Orlando FL,
  • Baldwin, L.K., and McFadden, S.A. (2001) "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Pop Culture in the Information Literacy Classroom.”."  American Library Association National Conference, San Francisco, CA.