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- UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE EDUCATION 2010 - CORE PROPOSAL awarded by HOWARD HUGHES MEDICAL INST 2010 - 2014
Camille Andrews is Learning Technologies and Assessment Librarian at Albert R. Mann Library. In addition to teaching information literacy and providing reference services, she is co-chair of the Cornell Undergraduate Information Competency Initiative, which promotes information literacy university-wide by integrating research skills into the classroom. She also assesses learning outcomes, technologies, and spaces. Camille graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1996 with a BA in Literary and Cultural Studies (focused on Francophone African and Caribbean Literature) and from Simmons College in 2003 with an MLIS.