Zoe Mayhook

University Title:
Assistant Professor
Parrish Library
Krannert Building

Professional Information

Faculty Rank:
Assistant Professor
Liaison Areas:
Business Law
Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
Real Estate Finance
Supply Chain and Operations Management
Courses Taught:
MGMT 110 - Introduction to Management and Information Strategies
MGMT 175 - Information Strategies for Management Students
Research Areas:
Government & Business Information; Information Behavior; Teaching & Learning
B.A. Business Administration, Gonzaga University
Masters of Business Administration, Gonzaga University
Masters of Library and Information Science, University of Washington
Professional Experience:
Legal Researcher - Friedman Rubin Law Firm, Seattle, WA
Honors and Awards:
Annual Award for Excellence in Teaching (2023)
Teaching for Tomorrow Award (2023)
Innovative and Creative Endeavors in Teaching and Learning Award (2021)
ACRL Virtual Early Career Scholarship (2021)
Service Learning Fellow (2021)
Memberships and Service:
• Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) Treasurer, American Library Association (ALA), 2021-2023
• Business Reference and Services Section (BRASS) Publisher Forum Coordinator, Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), 2019-2023
• United Way Committee Junior Chair, Purdue Libraries and School of Information Studies, 2021-present
• Seminar Committee Member, Purdue Libraries and School of Information Studies, 2021-2023
• COACHE Implementation Group Member, Purdue University, Spring 2022


• Howard, H. A., Bochenek, A., Mayhook, Z., Trowbridge, T., & Lux, S. (2023). Student information use during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 102696.

• Mayhook, Z.,Bochenek, A., Howard, H. (2021). "Transforming Instructional Strategies for Student Engagement in A HyFlex Information Literacy Course." LOEX Conference Proceedings 2021.

• Mayhook, Z.A. (2019). “Privately Held Companies: Legislation, Regulation, and Limited Dissemination of Financial Information.” DttP: Documents to the People, 47(4), 28-33.


• “Government Information for Business, Finance, and Legal Research: A Beginner's Guide” Presenter, Special Libraries Association Conference (2021).

• “Together, Apart: Building Meaningful Relationships in the HyFlex Classroom” Presenter, Academic Libraries of Indiana Information Literacy Conference (2021).

• “Transforming Instructional Strategies for Student Engagement in a HyFlex Information Literacy Course” Presenter, LOEX (2021).

• “Making Open Digital Projects More Accessible” Presenter, Association of College & Research Libraries (2021).

• “Make a Case: Strategies for Writing Effective Business Information Literacy Case Studies During COVID-19 and Beyond” Presenter, BRASS Fall Online Symposium (2020).

• “Government Information for Entrepreneurs: Valuable Resources for Starting and Managing Small Businesses” Presenter, EntreLib Conference (2020).