Dyan Barbeau joined Stritch as the information literacy librarian in 2015. She is primarily responsible for developing and organizing the Library’s online and face-to-face instruction program, which includes faculty collaboration, classroom instruction, curriculum development and reference. She has a master's degree in library and information science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Juris Doctor and bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Both as a librarian and as a former attorney, Dyan is always interested in effective research techniques and tools and helping others to develop their own research skills.
- B.A., Univ Of Wisconsin-Madison
- M.L.S., Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Information Literacy instruction
Reference and research
Publications & Presentations
Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians presentation--Charting the Voyage: Using Curriculum Maps to Find New Pathways for Information Literacy
" The Stritch faculty, staff and students embody our Franciscan values. This creates a community that cares, rather than ignores; that is compassionate, rather than competitive; that values peace rather than division and that embraces the diversity among us, as a part of God's creation. These values form the basis of a diverse, safe and dynamic environment in which to work and to learn ."
- Dyan E. Barbeau