Masters of Science | Library and Information Science , Long Island University (2005)
Masters of Science | Instructional Design And Technology , New York Institute Of Technology (1990)
Bachelor of Arts I Psychology and Education, State University of New York at Geneseo (1987)
Licenses and Certifications
Licenses and Certifications
Online Learning Consortium (formerly SLOAN-C) Online Teaching Certification
New York State Public Librarian’s Professional Certificate
New York State Certified K-12 School Library Media Specialist
Child Abuse Identification and Reporting: New York State Department of Education Certificate
Training in School Violence Prevention and Intervention: New York State Department of Education
FIRST-YEAR EXPERIENCE and ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: 2019-Present
Adelphi University Library, NY
HEAD OF INSTRUCTION AND RESEARCH and ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: 2018-2019
Long Island University (LIU) Library, NY
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN LIBRARIAN and ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: 2012-2018
LIU I NY
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, Dual Degree Library Science Program: 2019
New York University, NY
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR: 2012-2019
LIU Palmer School Of Library and Information, NY
Mullins, K. (1995). Lessons in teamwork: Computer-based training modules. Human Resources Development Press.
Dent, V., Mullins, K., Tewell, E., Tomlin, N. (2018). Do you see what I see? A mixed-methods approach to understanding library use, study habits, and research behaviors. In Kinsley, K. & Britto, M., (Eds.). Academic Libraries and the Academy. Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact and Return on Investment. Chicago, IL: ACRL (Association of College & Research Libraries).
Mullins, K., Tomlin, N., Tewell, E., & Dent, V. (2018). Voices from the ground up: Transfer of learning within the context of research and study activities. Journal of Library Administration, 58(3). https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2018.1436748
Mullins, K. (2017). Research PIus TM mobile app: Information literacy “on the go.” Reference Services Review, 45(1). http://dx.doi.org/2010.1108/RSR-03-2016-0020 (0 2015)
Tewell, E., Mullins, K., & Tomlin N. (2017). Asking, listening, observing: Learning about student research through ethnography. In D. Mueller (Ed.), ACRL Conference Proceedings: At the Helm: Leading Transformation (pp. 55-66).Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/conferences/confsandpreconfs/2017/front matter17.pdf
Tomlin, N., Tewell, E., Mullins, K., and Dent, V. (2017). In their own voices: An ethnographic perspective on student use of library information sources. Journal of Library Administration, 57(6). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2017.1340776
Tewell, E., Mullins, K., Tomlin, N., & Dent, V. (2017). Learning about student research practices through an ethnographic investigation: Insights into contact with librarians and use of library space. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 12(4). Retrieved from https://journals.library.uaIberta.ca/ebIip/index.php/EBLIP/article/view/29298
Mullins, K. (2016). IDEA Model from theory to practice. Integrating information literacy in academic courses. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 42(1), 55-64. http://dx.doi.org/2010.1016/j.acaIib.2015.10.008
Mullins, K. (2014). Good IDEA: Instructional design model for integrating information literacy. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 40(3—4), 339-349. http:// dx.doi.org/2010.1016/j.acaIib.2014.04.012
Mullins, K., and Boyd-Byrnes, MK. Co-presenter: Academic Librarians Centrality in Student Learning. State University of New York (SUNYLA), June 8-10, 2022, Farmingdale State College, NY.
Mullins, K., and Tomlin, E. Co-presenter: An Ethnographic Study of Student Library Use: Space is the Case. State University of New York (SUNYLA), June 14-16, 2017, Stony Brook University, NY.
Mullins, K., Tomlin, N., and Tewell, E. Co-presenter: Learning about Student Research Practices through an Ethnographic Investigation. International Evidence Based Library & Information Practice Biennial Conference, June 18-21, 2017, Philadelphia, PA.
Tomlin, N., Mullins, K., Tewell, E. Poster: The LIU Libraries Ethnographic Study: Librarians-turned-Ethnographers Share Their Experience. ACRL/NY 2016 Symposium, December 2, 2016, Baruch College, NY.
Takeuch, K., Dent, V., and Mullins, K. Co-presenter: Research+ information Literacy App. 9th Annual New York Higher Education Technology Forum (NYHEFT), June 3, 2016, Adelphi University, NY.
Tomlin, N. Tewell, E. and Mullins, K. Poster: Asking, Listening, Observing: Learning about Student Research and Study Behaviors Through an Ethnographic Investigation. ALA Annual Conference, June 25, 2016, Orlando, FL
Mullins, K., Poster: Applying the IDEA Model: Multiple Exploratory Case Studies for Online information Literacy Integration. 17th Distance Library Services Conference, April 21, 2016, Pittsburgh, PA
Mullins, K., Tomlin, N., and Tewell, E. Co-Presenter: What Actually Happens: An Ethnographic Investigation of Student Library Use. International Librarians’ Information Literacy Conference (LILAC), March 22, 2016, University of Dublin.
Mullins, K. Co-Presenter: A Great IDEA for Integrating Information Literacy in Academic Courses. International Librarians’ Information Literacy Conference (LILAC), March 22, 2016, University College of Dublin, Ireland
Tewell, E., Tomlin, N., and Mullins, K. Co-Presenter: What Actually Happens: An Ethnographic Investigation of Student Research Behaviors and Library Use. Ethnography in Education Research Forum, February 27, 2016, University of Pennsylvania. PA.
Mullins. K. Panel Speaker: Research Libraries Program Intentional Teaching Online: Using Instructional Design to Enhance Distance Library Instruction. American Library Association Conference on behalf of the Association of College and Research Librarians. June 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA.
Mullins, K., Presenter: A Great IDEA for Integrating Information Literacy in Online Academic Courses. American Library Association Conference on behalf of the Association of College and Research Librarians. June 27, 2015, San Francisco, CA
Mullins, K. Presenter: A Great IDEA for Integrating Information Literacy in Online Academic Courses. 20th Annual Online Learning Consortium (formerly Sloan-C) International Conference, October 29, 2014, Orlando, FL.
Tomlin, N., Tewell, E., and Mullins, K., The LIU Libraries Ethnographic Study. Librarians-turned-Ethnographers. ACRL-NY Professional Development Committee and The Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY) Professional Development Committed, April 21, 2017, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
Mullins, K., and Tomlin, N. Co-presenter: Ethnography in our Backyard. Long Island Academic Libraries Invitational sponsored by Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Suffolk County Library Association (SCLA), and Nassau County Library Association (NCLA), April 28, 2017, Suffolk Community College.
Mullins, K. A Great IDEA for Integrating Information Literacy: Instructional Design Theory to Practice. ACRL/NY Distance Learning Group, October 21, 2016, Mercy College, NY.
Mullins, K. A World of Opportunities. Emerging Technologies in the Modern Academic Library. Long Island Library Conference, May 7, 2015, Melville, NY
Mullins, K. The Embedded Librarian in Academic Courses. ASLD (Academic and Special Libraries Division of the Nassau County Library Association)/DASL (Division of Special Libraries of the Suffolk County Library Association) Joint Conference, October 17, 2014, Suffolk Community College, NY
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