Danielle Maurici-Pollock

Assistant Professor
  • School of Library and Information Science

About Me

Danielle Maurici-Pollock joined the Simmons faculty in Fall 2018. Her work focuses on the drivers, consequences, and contexts of the adoption of new information technologies and practices. She completed her doctoral degree in Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee and her master's degree in Information Science & Learning Technologies from the University of Missouri.

Danielle Pollock's Curriculum Vitae

What I Teach

  • LIS 532P: Intersectionality and Information Technology
  • LIS 488: Technology for Information Professionals
  • LIS 458: Database Management
  • LIS 414: Special Libraries
  • LIS 401: Foundations of Library and Information Science

Research/Creative Activities

  • First-generation students' paths to graduate education
  • Libraries' adoption of research data services and services to historically underserved populations
  • Scientists' changing data sharing behaviors
  • Team science and emerging convergence research communities
  • Researchers' use of new and emerging technologies