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Florida Southern College


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    Julie Hornick is an Instructional Services Librarian at Florida Southern College’s Roux Library, where she recently moved after 13 years as a school librarian in South Carolina. She liaises with the Art & Art History and all Science departments, and the School of Education and School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Her research interests include incorporating new technologies into instruction, instructional design, and the impact that embedded librarians can have on student achievement and retention.


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    M.L.I.S., Library Science, 2003
    University of South Carolina

    M.A., French Literature, 1996
    Penn State University

    B.A., French Language & Literature with a minor in History, 1994
    The University of Arizona

    B.A., English Literature, 1988
    University of Puget Sound