Teaching Support at UCBA Library

Learn more about our Information Literacy & Instruction Program and how we can support teaching.

Library Faculty

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Heather Maloney

Library Director - Associate Senior Librarian

Muntz 115A


Library Liaison to Allied Health Sciences, Dental Hygiene, and Nursing departments at UC Blue Ash College.

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Michelle McKinney

Associate Senior Librarian, Reference and Web Services

Muntz Hall 115D


Library Liaison to Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics & Computer Science, and Veterinary Technology departments at UC Blue Ash College. Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Kellie Tilton

Associate Senior Librarian, Instructional Technologies

Muntz Hall 115B


Library liaison to Art & Visual Communication, Behavioral Sciences, eMedia, History, and Philosophy & Political Science departments at UC Blue Ash College.

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Lauren Wahman

Senior Librarian, Information Literacy & Instruction Coordinator

Muntz Hall 115C


Library Liaison to Business & Economics, English & Communication, and Foreign Language departments at UC Blue Ash College.

Vision & Mission

To be a dynamic partner in the educational experience at UC Blue Ash College.

Empower UC Blue Ash students to develop their information literacy abilities and grow as learners.  To achieve this, UC Blue Ash librarians collaborate with teaching faculty to provide dynamic learning experiences that instill lifelong competencies.  Students can apply these in college and as engaged citizens to make informed choices and contributions in a vast world of information.

Library Instruction Classes

Taught by UC Blue Ash library faculty, classes are 60 minutes and are offered as one-time sessions that are scaffolded with a research assignment.

Research Assignment Design

We collaborate with faculty and instructors in designing research assignments that reinforce critical thinking and effective research abilities.

Workshops & Events

In collaboration with the Faculty Development Committee and the Learning & Teaching Center, we offer a range of workshops and events each academic year.
Faculty development workshops are designed for faculty and course instructors and focus on research support and tools or curriculum and student learning. These workshops are in collaboration with the Learning & Teaching Center.
Other workshops are focused on research and organizational tools as well as support and are open to faculty, staff, and students.
Events are on a range of topics from information literacy issues to the latest tools and support offered by the UC Libraries.

Fall 2019

  • Libraries in Canvas: Wednesday 10/23/19, 10:00-11:30 am (Muntz 117)

Spring 2020

  • Faculty Research Lightning Talks: date/time coming soon!

Contact Lauren Wahman, Information Literacy & Instruction Coordinator

Learn more about other UC Libraries workshops.