Ms Megan Clark
DipNZLS Well., BA Auck.
Develops strategic relationships and partners with the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences to align Libraries and Learning Services – Te Tumu Herenga, with strategic research, learning and teaching objectives.
- Assists in the development of Libraries and Learning Services based services which reflect faculty priorities
- Connects the academic community with functional experts, services and collections within Libraries and Learning Services
- Communicates and promotes Libraries and Learning Services resources, services and initiatives to the faculties
- Shares responsibility in the faculties and Libraries and Learning Services to promote Māori and Pacific academic engagement success initiatives.
Nō reira, ko tātou te tumu i herenga ngā waka.
For we are leaders providing a safe haven for vessels to navigate their future.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Browne, R., Lasserre, K., McTaggart, J., Bayley, L., McKibbon, A., Clark, M., ... Murphy, J. (2012). International trends in health science librarianship: part 1 - the English speaking world. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 29 (1), 75-80. 10.1111/j.1471-1842.2011.00973.x
- Cullen, R., Clark, M., & Esson, R. (2011). Evidence-based information-seeking skills of junior doctors entering the workforce: an evaluation of the impact of information literacy training during pre-clinical years. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 28 (2), 119-129. 10.1111/j.1471-1842.2011.00933.x