Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning
Division of Academic Effectiveness
Lyda is a mixed-methods researcher and recently completed a mixed methods study exploring academic librarian deference behavior and its impact on the librarian-faculty relationship in higher education. Lyda's research interests include academic librarian behavior, critical information literacy, critical and inclusive pedagogy and assessment.
Lyda's most recent publications include:
McCartin, L. (2020). University of Northern Colorado: Collaborate. Standardize. Grow. Hidden architectures of information literacy programs. ACRL.
Dineen, R., McCartin, L. (2019). An Unfinished Journey: Becoming Critical Educators. In Jessica Critten & Angela Pashia (Ed.), Critical Approaches to Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Courses. Chicago, IL: ACRL Publications.
McCartin, L., Evers, S., Markowski, B. (2019). Student perceptions of information literacy skills and curriculum before and after completing a research assignment. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 45(3), 262-267.
McCartin, L., Dineen, R. (2018). Toward a Critical-Inclusive Assessment Practice for Library Instruction. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press.
Markowski, B., McCartin, L., Evers, S. (2018). Meeting Students Where They Are: Using Rubric-based Assessment to Inform Information Literacy Curriculum. Communications in Information Literacy, 12(2).
McCartin, L., Falcone, A., Smith, S. (2018). The Impact of Professional Development on Library Faculty Attitudes, Practices, and Knowledge of Student Learning Assessment. Public Services Quarterly, 14(3), 214-230.
McCartin, L., Iannacchione, B., Evans, M. (2017). Student Perceptions of a Required Information Literacy Course on their Success in Research & Writing Intensive Criminal Justice Courses. Journal of Academic Librarianship. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2017.01.013
For a full list of publications you can download Lyda's Vita below.