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Kitty McClanahan

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School of Information Sciences
Assistant to the Director
Practicum Coordinator
IS&T Minor Program Coordinator, Lecturer

Dissertation: "The Information Behavior of Public Health Educators Working in Appalachia." Teaching experience, as a lecturer: Spring 2012: INSC451 Information Management in Organizations Fall 2011: INSC560 Collection Development and INSC350 Information Consumer (online course). Spring 2011: INSC310 Information seeking: Resources and Strategies. Fall 2010: IS301 Intro to Web Technologies (online course) and IS 350 Information Consumer. As a Graduate Teaching Associate: Spring 2010: IS451 Information Management in Organizations (online course). Fall 2009: IS 310 Information seeking: Resources and Strategies (online course) Spring 2009: IS 330 Books and Materials for Children. Fall 2008 (As a Grader): IS 520 and IS530.    

Contact
451 Communications Bldg.
865-974-8942
Office Hours: 
Wednesdays 10am to 12pm
Education: 

Ph.D. Communication & Information, The University of Tennessee

M.S. Library Science, University of Kentucky.

B.A., Economics, California State University, Northridge.

Research Interests: 
Information behavior in health contexts
electronic health and medical records
health communication and campaigns
informing the practice of public health.