Lilyana (Lily) Todorinova
Todorinova, L. (2018). A Mixed-Method Study of Undergraduate and First Year Librarian Positions in Academic Libraries in the United States. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 44(2): 207-215.
Charles, L., Megan L., & Todorinova, L. (Fall 2016). A Survey of the Value of Library Employment to the Undergraduate Experience.” Journal of Library Administration, 57(1): 1-16.
Todorinova, L. (2015). Wikipedia and Undergraduate Research Trajectories. New Library World 116 (3/4).
Todorinova, L. & Torrence, M. (2014). Implementing and Assessing Library Reference Training Programs. Reference Librarian, 55 (1), 37-48.
Todorinova, L, et al. (2011). Making Decisions: Using Electronic Data Collection to Re-envision Reference Services at the USF Tampa Libraries. Public Services Quarterly 7 (1): 34-48.
Todorinova, L. & Lin, Y. (2018). Wikipedians and New Service Models: An Exploration. In Leveraging Wikipedia: Connecting Communities of Knowledge. Merrilee Proffitt (Ed). ALA Editions.
Sheffield K, Silver S, Todorinova L. (2013). Merging library service desks: Less is more. Mergers and alliances: The operational view and cases. Advances in Librarianship, 2013, 37:155-174.
Todorinova, L. (2013). University of South Florida. In R. M. Cordell (Ed.), Library reference services and information literacy: Models for academic institutions. IGI Global.
Academic Services Librarian, University of South Florida (2010-2014)
Carolina Academic Library Associate, Instructional Services, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2008-2010)
Master of Arts, English Literature, Rutgers University-Newark, May 2018
Master of Library and Information Science, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, May 2010
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Indiana University, May 2008
2018-2019 Chair of the Emerging Technologies Section of Reference & User Serices Association (RUSA ALA)