Michelle Kowalsky

Michelle Kowalsky is a librarian and professor at Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey. She teaches and supervises undergraduate learners and graduate students in their research endeavors. Michelle holds an EdD from Pepperdine University and an MLS from Rutgers University, and is a National Board Certified Teacher of Library Media. Her most recent activities have been upgrade of Campbell Library's Digital Learning Center with software and furniture recommended by students with disabilities; development of information literacy instruction and reference services in a variety of subject areas, most recently for business majors; and supervision of dissertation research for doctoral students in the College of Education. Prior to working in academia, she worked as a public librarian, a corporate librarian, and a K−12 school librarian and teacher for over 20 years.

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