The move to online and hybrid learning environments presents changing needs and new opportunities for faculty development.
Andrew Bonamici is University Librarian at Drew University. In recognition of the convergence and ubiquity of digital information, access, and technology in 21st research and education, Drew has adopted a blended organization that integrates library, archives, and instructional technology staff and services together as a unified team.
Before moving to Drew in January, 2018, Andrew served in several administrative roles at the University of Oregon Libraries. These included Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Program Development, interim Director of Special Collections and University Archives, interim head of the Digital Scholarship Center, and co-interim Dean of Libraries.
Andrew's research and service interests include
- library-IT collaborations
- digital citizenship, literacies, and fluencies
- libraries and archives in the curriculum and in undergraduate research
- pattern language in virtual environments
- user experience in physical and virtual environments
Andrew holds the AMLS degree from the University of Michigan School of Information, a BA in Music History and Theory from Marylhurst University, and is a fellow of the 2005 Frye Leadership Institute.
© 2010 Andrew Bonamici, Steven G. Huter, and Dale Smith. The text of this article is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.