MARIANNE E. GILTRUD
MSLS, Library& Information Science, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
BS, Sociology, University of Maryland University College, College Park, MD.
Catholic University, Washington, DC
Collaborates with First Year Experience Faculty, i.e. English, Philosophy and Theology, to ensure
efficient, effective, substantive information literacy instruction across four learning communities of practice
that is approximately 10 instruction sessions.
Embedded in Blackboard Learning Management System to push out resources, guides and
assistance to students throughout semester.
Created Information Literacy Tutorials and Writing Guide for English 101
Teaches library instruction for English 101, Theology and Philosophy sessions utilizing a Situational
Learning or Problem Based Learning approach to provide highly relevant, key topics for use case.
o Creates Library Assignment based on syllabus and writing prompt.
o Creates Writing Guide for Chicago Manual of Style, Turabian and MLA citation styles.
o Assesses learning based on problem based learning outcomes.
Identifies key stakeholders, communicates library value, and engages faculty, students and staff.
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR, SCHOOL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE
COURSE Taught: Graduate Level Course Information Sources and Services
Initiated, developed and implemented curriculum plans and instruction utilizing pedagogical standards,
rubrics and learning outcomes for a course taught in a hybrid/blended online and face-to-face format.
PROGRAM M ANAGER, SCHOOL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE
Conceived and created the overarching vision for the year- long university program, CUA SLIS, “A
Century of Knowledge, Service and Discovery” Centennial Celebration.
o Successfully led the stakeholder teams including Public Affairs, Alumni Affairs, University
Development and CUA SLIS Alumni and students to envision, plan and execute the yearlong
o Collaborated with the CUA Public Affairs Office to ensure that content was posted on the CUA
home page that is prime real estate.
o Wrotethe marketing plan, planned Centennial website road map, created outreach program and
researched archival content for website.
o Achieved highly successful outcomes with over 100students, alumni and other stakeholders per
program and approximately 4 programs throughout the year
o The University President offered opening remarks at the Library Luminaries Program.
INTERIM BUSINESS MANAGER, SCHOOL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE
Detailed to the School during ALA accreditation self-study and site visit. Administered, allocated and
managed the $2.1 million budget, vendor relationships and financial obligations. Received Award of Merit.
ACTING ACCESS SERVICES LIBRARIAN, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
Detailed to Access Services during terminal illness of staff member. Led full time staff of six and 150+
student workers. Managed Circulation, Reserves, ILL, and Stacks Management. Updated E-Reserves
policy. Tested Sakai open source learning management system.
Learned, managed and administered the MYALADN Voyager integrated library system hosted by the
Washington Research Library Consortium. This includes modules for the schools on the shared union
catalog in the Voyager ILS system, reserves, a school using another version of Voyager and also the
Curriculum Vitae for Marianne E. Giltrud
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
Provided in-depth reference and instruction services to CUA community of faculty, students, staff and
public. Piloted Roaming Librarian Initiative in support of First Year Experience.
PROGRAM M ANAGER, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
Manages a variety of programs, projects and initiatives in support of the University Libraries which include
but are not limited to:
o Graduate Library PreProfessional Program
o Federal Work Study Coordinator
o Human Resources and Payroll Administrator
ONLINE EDUCATION@CUA,SCHOOL OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE
Participates on a University Ad-Hoc Committee investigating best practices for practical online pedagogy.
Giltrud, Marianne. (In Preparation 2013). From Smorgasbord to Sous-Chef: Communities of Practice in
Information Literacy.Embedded Librarian’s Cookbook, Cass Kvenild& Kaijsa Calkins, eds. Association of College
and Research Libraries Press. Chicago.
Giltrud, Marianne. (2013) Annotated Bibliography Managing E-Resources. Distance Learning Section
LibraryServices for Distance Learning: The Sixth Bibliography. Retrieved from
Giltrud, Marianne. Marianne Giltrud in Six by Naomi House. INALJ( I Need A Library Job), December 14, 2011.
Retrieved from http://inalj.com/?p=854.
Giltrud, Marianne. (2011, July 2). Where do we go from here? Special Libraries Association Future Ready 365
Blog. Retrieved from http://futureready365.sla.org/07/02/where-do-we-go-from-here/
Giltrud, Marianne. (2009) Annotated Bibliography Managing E-Resources. Distance Learning Section
LibraryServices for Distance Learning: The Fifth Bibliography. Retrieved from
Giltrud, Marianne. (2009, July 14). The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology. [Reviewof The Encyclopedia of
Positive Psychology.] Library Journal.Retrieved from
Giltrud, Marianne. (2009, July 15). Historical Encyclopedia of American Business.[Review of Historical
Encyclopedia of American Business.]Library Journal.Retrieved from
Giltrud, Marianne. (2008, September 1). Encyclopedia of Counseling: Changes and Challenges for Counseling
in the 21st Century. [Review of Encyclopedia of Counseling: Changes and Challenges for Counseling in the 21st
Century] Library Journal.Retrieved from http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6590846.html
Giltrud, Marianne. (2008, May 15). Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology. [Review ofEncyclopediaof
Educational Psychology] Library Journal.Retrieved from
Giltrud, Marianne. (2008, April 15). The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide. [Review
ofThe Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide.] Library Journal.Retrieved from
Curriculum Vitae for Marianne E. Giltrud
Giltrud, Marianne. (2008, February 15). Encyclopedia of Social Psychology.[Review ofEncyclopediaof Social
Psychology.]Library Journal.Retrieved from http://www.libraryjournal.com/lj/ljinprint/currentissue/860587403/reference.html.csp
PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS
Metrics / Performance / ROI Panel. Marianne Giltrud, Moderator. Knowledge Management Cafe.KM Programs
@SLA 2012 Chicago. http://km.sla.org/events/km-programs-sla-2012-chicago/at Special Libraries Association
Annual Conference Chicago 2012.Monday July 16, 2012
The Convergence of Practical Online Pedagogy and Library Instruction. Poster Presentationat the CUA SLIS
Symposium: Bridging the Spectrum at Catholic University of America January 27, 2012. Poster.
There’s a Library in My Phone or Can I Really Do Research Anywhere? Poster Presentationat the CUA SLIS
Symposium: Bridging the Spectrum at Catholic University of America February 11, 2011. Poster.
Digital Ethnography: Why Now? or Can We Afford Not to Embrace the Change? Poster Presentationat the CUA
SLIS Symposium: Bridging the Spectrum at Catholic University of America January 29, 2010. Poster.
A Century of Knowledge Service and Discovery: School of Library & Information Science.
American Library Association Accreditation: School of Library & Information Science Dean’s Advisory Committee
on Accreditation. Fall 2007-Spring 2009.
School of Library and Information Science: Advisory Committee.
Special Libraries Association
SLA, KnowledgeManagement Division, Director, Membership and Recruitment.
District of Columbia, Special Libraries Association, Program Planning Committee.
Catholic University School of Library & Info Science, Past President Alumni Board
Reviewer, College and Undergraduate Libraries.
Reviewer, Distance Learning Section LibraryServices for Distance LearningBibliography. 2008- Present