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Associate Head, Collections & Research Strategy
Department:Collections & Research Strategy
Phone: (919) 515-0886
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Subject Specialist Areas
- Mandarin (Advanced Speaking)
- Chinese (Traditional characters) (Intermediate Reading & Writing)
Designing and Evaluating Co-curricular Information Literacy Sessions for Undergraduate Engineering Researchers
Hallman, S., & Chang, B. (2020). Designing and Evaluating Co-curricular Information Literacy Sessions for Undergraduate Engineering Researchers. 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access Proceedings. https://doi.org/10.18260/1-2--34405
Carroll, A., Eskridge, H., & Chang, B. (2020). Lab-Integrated Librarians: A Model for Research Engagement. College & Research Libraries, 81(1), 8–26. https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.81.1.8
Chang, B. P. (2019). Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Civil and Environmental Engineering Scholars. https://doi.org/10.18665/sr.310885
- Engineering Standards Research Guide (edited on July 19, 2019)
- Open Access Support for NC State Authors (edited on August 31, 2022)
Shout-outs From My Colleagues
Shout-outs are kind words from Libraries staff to other Libraries staff for going out of their way to be extra awesome at their job.
Earlier this week, Bertha and Alexa participated in the ABET accreditation visit as part of the College of Engineering's accreditation renewal process. They prepared extremely well for the visit, they arranged spaces for the visiting committee to meet with representatives from the departments in the College of Engineering, they met with one of the accreditors and gave a tour of Hunt while answering the accreditor's questions about how the Libraries supports engineering students. This was a very high profile visit and Bertha and Alexa did an outstanding job representing the Libraries and showcasing our support for the College of Engineering!
— Hilary Davis
I have learned so much from Bertha and could go on and on listing ways that I admire her. Bertha’s generous guidance as well as her sharing of experience and knowledge have benefited me hugely as a new member on the engineering librarian team. When I meet with College of Engineering faculty, they always speak with great respect of her commitment to instruction and support of faculty, researchers, and students. Her background, skills, and leadership are invaluable to our Libraries and our campus. It is a great honor to have the opportunity to work with her, and I am thankful for her support and mentoring as I grow into the librarian I hope to be.
— Michelle Leonard