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Faculty

Rachel Sandoval

Rachel Sandoval

How I Might Be Able to Assist

Contact me with questions or information on searching the NECB databases, library and open-internet for reliable and relevant sources; APA citations and research methods.

Background

Education

Post-Master’s Certificate in Library & Information Science, San Jose State University M.L.I.S. in Library & Information Science, Simmons College
M.A. in Latin American Studies, Stanford University
B.A. in Anthropology, University of California, Riverside

Courses Taught at NECB

INF101 Information Literacy for College Success
MGM215 Leadership and Management
MGM301 Research Methods

Professional Experience

2010 - Present NECB Adjunct Faculty: Teach information literacy courses; Teach research methodology courses
2006 - Present West Valley Community College Systems Librarian: Manage library systems including catalog; Manage access to electronic databases; Maintain library website; Manage library hardware/software issues in coordination with campus technology services; Teach transfer credit information competency courses
2004 - 2005 University of California, Irvine: Project Archivist: Research UCI history using primary and secondary sources; Write brief histories of campus units, events and people; Evaluate and select materials to be used for campus’ 40th anniversary website and publications.

Publications and Lectures

Sandoval, R. & Mar, A. (2005), Under construction indefinitely: Forty years of designing UCI, In J. Dooley (Ed.), Designing UCI: A Symposium and Exhibit Celebrating Forty Years of Innovation, Irvine: The UC Irvine Library.

Advisory Board Member, Greenwood Press, The Latino Experience database, 2006.