Clarence D Maybee
Hicks Undergraduate Library
2015 - Doctor of Philosophy, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AUS.
2005 - Master of Library and Information Science, San José State University, San Jose, CA.
Honors and Awards:
2019 - Librarian Recognition Award, American Library Association’s Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT). Recognizes contribution to the development, advancement, and support of information literacy and instruction.
2019 - Dean’s Award for Sustained and/or Outstanding Contribution, Libraries and School of Information Studies, Purdue University.
2019 - Excellence in Research Award, Libraries and School of Information Studies, Purdue University. Awarded for the paper: Information literacy supporting student motivation and performance: Course-level analyses published in Library and Information Science Research in 2018 (co-authored with M. Flierl, E. Bonem, and R. Fundator).
2015 - Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award from Queensland University of Technology in recognition of the outstanding contribution to the discipline and the standard of excellence demonstrated in higher degree research practice.
2015 - The John H. Moriarty Award for Excellence in Library Service to Purdue University Faculty and Students, Purdue University Libraries. Recognizes outstanding contributions in librarianship to the Purdue University Libraries' primary users.
2015 - Excellence in Research Award, Purdue University Libraries. Awarded for the paper: Learning to use information: Informed learning in the higher education classroom published in Library and Information Science Research in 2013 (co-authored with C. Bruce, M. Lupton, and K. Rebmann).
Maybee, C. (2018). IMPACT learning: Librarians at the forefront of change in higher education. Oxford: Chandos.
See full Curriculum Vitae at https://sites.google.com/site/clarencemaybee/bio/curriculum-vitae