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Rebecca Rose

Title: Assistant Dean of Libraries/Associate Professor
Head Librarian - Cumming
Phone: 706-864-1514

Office: Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: Information Literacy, Research Strategies, Library Management, Libguides

Courses Taught

At UNG: RSCH 1501 Research Strategies;  At another institution: LIST 1105 Public Services; LIST 2004 Public Libraries


  • M.L.S., Library Science, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 1995
  • B.A., Political Science, Purdue University Indianapolis, 1993

Research/Special Interests

Library Instruction, Copyright and Images, Digital Librarianship, Embedded Librarianship


Rose, R., Cullen, M., & Slutskaya, S. (2016) Effective collaborations in multi-campus and online environments using LibGuides Georgia Library Quarterly. Vol. 53, no. 2.

Rose, R. (2016) Book Review – Helen Matthews Lewis: Living social justice in Appalachia. Georgia Library Quarterly. Vol. 53, no. 1.

Rose, Rebecca (2016) Where is the library? Establishing traditional library services with an invisible (virtual) collection. In Ippoliti, C. & Gammon, R. (Eds.), User-Centered Design for First-Year Library Instruction Programs. Westport, CT : Libraries Unlimited.

Rose, R. (2015). Regaining equilibrium on a tilting planet within the higher education universe: A scholarly personal narrative. In Holder, S. & A. Lannon (Eds.), Difficult Decisions: Closing and Merging Academic Libraries. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Rose, Rebecca (2015) Book Review - A Tough Little Patch of History: Gone with the Wind and Politics of Memory, Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 52: Iss. 1, Article 16.
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Rose, R. (2014) Georgia Library Spotlight - Cumming Campus Learning Commons, University of North Georgia, Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 51: Iss. 3.

Slutskaya, S., Rose, R., Salter, A., and Masce, L. (2013) Assessing faculty awareness of library services in two Georgia undergraduate institutions. Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 50: Iss. 1, Article 10.

Eberhart, R. C. & Brandmaier, R. (1995) Overview of biomedical applications of neural networks. Applications and Science of Artificial Neural Networks, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 2492, 642, pp.642-650. doi:10.1117/12.205179


Work Experience

Librarian at Academic, Art, and Public Libraries, System Admin

Personal Information

Literacy Forsyth Board Member

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