Master of Library & Information Science (2011)
School of Information, San José State University
San José, CA
Bachelor of Arts in History, minor in English (2008)
College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, California State University Stanislaus
Hi, I'm the Instruction & Outreach Librarian. I joined the UC Merced Library in June 2016.
I teach research skills; develop digital learning tools, research guides, and lesson plans; and provide help with research.
I also communicate about library services and resources to the programs in Student Affairs and help with planning New Student Orientations, Welcome Week, Bobcat Day, Preview Day, etc. I'm the co-liaison to the Social Sciences, including economics, public health, and management, as well as the liaison for Spanish.
I'm the daughter of a Mexican immigrant and a native to the Central Valley. I was the first in my family to attend college. I discovered librarianship when I was in college after taking a library resources class and from the suggestion of my advisor who told my about graduate school. Learning how to do academic research is a process, and I love helping students with their research. Please come see me or make an appointment if you need some help or suggestions with your research in English or Spanish.
Hernández, E., Godbey, S., Santiago, A., García, K., & Davis, L. (2016, Aug.). Reading about diversity: Developing and reflecting on inclusive instructional resources. Poster presented at the National Diversity in Libraries Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
Davis, L., Davidson Squibb, S., & McMunn-Tetangco, E. (2017, March 8). Assessing the value of library instruction using Qualtrics online survey software. Poster presented at the Assessment as Research Symposium, Merced, CA.
Davis, L., & Kellam, L. (2017, June). Keeping up with...statistical literacy.
Upcoming chapter "Pass Me Smore Books, Please! Promoting New Books at a Small Community College Library" in the Library Outreach Cookbook (expected late 2017)