Rosalind Tedford


Rosalind Tedford is the Director for Research and Instruction at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. She earned her BA in English and Psychology as well as her MA in English from Wake Forest and an MLIS from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In addition to managing the research and instruction programs at Wake Forest she teaches for-credit information literacy courses and is the liaison to the Politics and International Affairs department. She has been working with online learning issues on campus for many of her almost 20 years at Wake Forest. From email, to web sites, to course management systems, she has experienced the changes that technology has brought to the world of higher education. She has presented at Educause, LOEX, ACRL, ALA and regional conferences on issues ranging from copyright to educational technology trends to information literacy. She can be reached at [email protected]