Sandra Quiatkowski, Ph.D.
Administrative Faculty and Director, ACE Library,
American College of Education
Dr. Sandra Quiatkowski has more than 20 years of experience in libraries and education, working in K-12, university, and healthcare settings. Her first professional positions were in academic libraries. She taught ESL for several years overseas and started several libraries at a K-12 school while holding the position of Director of Libraries.
In the healthcare field, Dr. Quiatkowski worked as library director at a medical complex containing four hospitals with more than 1,000 beds. In addition, she started a medical school library during her tenure there and also taught at the medical school. While overseas, she lectured at numerous symposiums and conferences. She has served American College of Education since 2011.
Bachelor's in Media Science
Purdue University West Lafayette
Doctorate in Information Science (Official Documentation per Sandra)
Master's in Library and Information Science
Indiana University Bloomington
- Digital libraries
- Information seeking behavior
- Distance Learning
- Information retrieval
- Information literacy
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