Courtney Mack received her MLS from North Carolina Central University’s School of Information and Library Sciences in 2005. After graduation she became the third Diversity Library Fellow at Duke University where she initially worked on several special projects for departments ranging from Human Resources to Special Collection and Collection Development. In her second year she specialized in Instruction & Outreach, which lead to a full time position with Duke University beginning in 2008.
Since becoming a full time Instruction & Outreach librarian Courtney has enriched the library community in a number of ways.
- Create lesson plans and teach library databases and resources to first-year Duke students and international graduate students.
- Establish library outreach initiatives with campus departments.
- Providing RefWorks training.
- Served as library liaison for Duke’s Summer Youth Programs: Talent Identification Program and Young Writer’s Camp.
On Monday Courtney began serving as the Instructional Services Librarian at Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC. Her new responsibilities include overseeing the freshman library instruction program, and serving as the library liaison for the departments of: Religion & Philosophy, Psychology, Education, and Mathematics & Computer Science.