Ed.D. Instructional Technology, Northern Illinois University, 2013
M.S. Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies, Wheaton College, 2004
About Nancy Falciani-White
As group leader for Teaching and Outreach in the library, I oversee the areas of instruction, outreach, reference, educational technology, and assessment. I enjoy having the opportunity to participate in the research process with students and faculty, providing research instruction and support to individuals and classes in a variety of disciplines. Closely related to this interest is my research into the many components of the activity of research, including reading, information seeking, information processing, and information organization and management, particularly the ways in which these components interact and how they are affected by technological developments. Other interests include the role of academic libraries in higher education and library science curriculum and education.
My husband and I live with our two children in West Chicago. When not working, I’m usually spending time with my family or working on renovations to our 1928 home. Other personal interests include American history, the Civil War and the Second World War homefront particularly, gardening (and the accompanying canning, freezing, and preserving), and martial arts. We attend St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Geneva, Illinois.
Subject Librarian for
- Human Needs and Global Resources
- Political Science/International Relations
- Urban Studies
Membership in Professional Societies
- American Library Association
- American Society for Information Science & Technology
- Association of College and Research Libraries
Falciani-White, N. and Rizzo, L. (in press). Advertise with confidence: Evaluating advertising assessment in light of business best practices. College and Undergraduate Libraries 22(1).
Falciani-White, N. (2012). Understanding information seeking behavior of faculty and students: A review of the literature. In M. P. Popp & D. Dallis (Eds.), Planning and implementing resource discovery tools in academic libraries (1-21). Hershey, PA.
Falciani-White, N. (2008). Running with perseverance: The theological library’s challenge of keeping pace with changing students. Theological Librarianship, 1(2), 16-27.
Barwegen, L. M., Falciani, N. K., Putnam, S. J., Reamer, M. B., & Stair, E. E. (2004). Academic achievement of homeschool and public school students and student perception of parent involvement. The School Community Journal, 14(1), 39-58.