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We are now accepting online applications to our Archaeology, Conservation and Museum Studies Master's programmes for entry on 30 August 2015. Our application deadline is 1 May 2015. Please follow the 'Apply Now' link below to submit an application.
The application process for our Library Studies and Diploma programmes is currently closed and will open in early 2015.
Dr Nicole Johnston
Lecturer in Library and Information Studies
Tel: +974 4457 8648
Dr Nicole Johnston is a Lecturer in Library and Information Studies at UCL Qatar. She lectures on a range of areas in the MA Library and Information Studies degree programme including information retrieval, collection management and information literacy. Her research interests include information literacy and EFL/ESL students, information use in different cultural, linguistic and social environments and mobile technology and Web 2.0 in libraries.
Dr Johnston holds a PhD from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia where she conducted research about information literacy and EFL students. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Graduate Certificate in Education and a Master of Library and Information Science degree. Over the last ten years she has worked as a librarian and English teacher in the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Ireland and Japan.
Johnston, N & Marsh, S. (2014) “Using iBooks and iPad apps to embed information literacy into an EFL foundations course”. New Library World, 115 (1/2).
Johnston, N., Salaz, A & O’Connell, R. (2013). Determining usability of VuFind for users in the United Arab Emirates. Code4lib, 19. Retrieved from http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/7880.
Hart, C., & Johnston, N. (2010). Developing information literacy assessments for entry level higher education students in the United Arab Emirates. Paper presented at the ILN of the Gulf Region Conference: Information Literacy Assessment & Competency Standards, Dubai.
Johnston, N. (2010). Is an online learning module an effective way to develop information literacy skills? Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 41(3), 207-218. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/816691526
Johnston, N. (2008). Improving the reference and information experience of students in regional areas – does an instant messaging service make a difference? Paper presented at the New Librarians Symposium, Melbourne, Australia.