Carol B. Wittig
Head, Research & Instruction
Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Professional and Continuing Studies
Courses Taught English 201, 202, 203 (School of Professional and Continuing Studies, University of Richmond) Knowledge Management I and II (School of Professional and Continuing Studies, University of Richmond) LIBS 150 - Library Research Skills (University of Maryland, Europe and University College) English 105 and 106 (The University of Akron) English 234 - Introduction to Fiction (The University of Akron) English 356 - Women's Literature (The University of Akron) English 111 and 112 (The University of Akron) LBSC 702, Library Instruction (University of Maryland, iSchool (Shady Grove) EDT 715, Information Retrieval (Wright State University, Education)
Carol Wittig is Head of Research and Instruction at Boatwright Library, where she coordinates library instruction and liaison activities, as well as being a liaison to the departments of Journalism, Philosophy and Religious Studies. She has been at the university since 2008 and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, where she teaches English and Knowledge Management. She holds a Master's degree in Library Science and a Master's degree in English Literature. She is currently working on her PhD in English Studies, with a concentration in Writing and Cultural Studies at Old Dominion University.
Carol has over twenty years' experience teaching English and Library Research in face to face, hybrid and online environments.
Ludovico, Carrie, and Carol Wittig. "A Universe of Information, One Citation at a Time: How Students Engage with Scholarly Sources." Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning 9.1-2 (2015): 30-39.