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Claudia Lascar, Assistant Professor

Reference Librarian

Science & Engineering Library
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E-mail:clascar@ccny.cuny.edu
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·  Profile

Claudia Lascar joined the Science/Engineering Library of the City College of New York as a reference librarian in 1998.  In this capacity she serves as the librarian specialist for several academic subjects: biology, medicine, biomedical engineering, computer science/engineering and electrical engineering.

·  Education

B.A. in Chemistry, Queens College (CUNY) 1976

M.S. in Library and Information Science, Long Island University 1988

M.P.A. in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, New York University 1996

 

·  Courses Taught

 

 Freshman Writing Inquiry Seminar (FIQWS)

 BIO10200: Biological Foundations II

 BME22000: Biostatistics and Research Methods

 Writing for Sciences 210.03

 

 

·  Research Interests

 

 Bibliometrics

 Online databases

 Medical librarianship

 

 

·  Publications

Refereed articles:

Lascar, Claudia. Urban ecology: An analysis of interdiciplinarity. Science & Technology

 Libraries 31 no 4 (December 2012): 426-441.

Barnett, Phillip and Claudia Lascar.“Comparing Unique Title Coverage of Web of

 Science and Scopus in Earth & Atmospheric Sciences.” [Online Journal] Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. Refereed Articles Section, no. 70 (Summer, 2012).

Lascar, Claudia and Loren D. Mendelshon. “The Evolution – Intelligent Design Debate:

A Meaningful Context for Teaching the Nature of Science in Information Literacy. Part 1: Historical Background and Philosophical Considerations.” Science & Technology Libraries 30 no 4 (December 2011): 354-371.

Lascar, Claudia and Loren D. Mendelshon. “The Evolution – Intelligent Design Debate:

A Meaningful Context for Teaching the Nature of Science in Information Literacy. Part 2: Social Boundaries and Cognitive Models.” Science & Technology Libraries 30 no 4 (December 2011): 372-386.

Lascar, Claudia and Phillip Barnett. “Journals not Included in BIOSIS Previews have a

Notable Impact in Biology.” [Online Journal] Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. Refereed Articles Section, no. 58 (Summer, 2009). Available at: http://www.istl.org/09-summer/refereed2.html

Lascar, Claudia and Phillip Barnett. “Defining and Searching Pharmacogenetics and

 Pharmacogenomics to Identify its Core Research Journals.” Science & Technology Libraries 26 no 1 (2005): 69-88.

Lascar, Claudia. “Remediation in the Undergraduate Library.” College & Undergraduate

 Libraries 9 no 2 (December, 2002): 47-60.

Lascar, Claudia and Loren D. Mendelshon.  “Multiple Database Coverage of Structural

 Biology.”  Journal of the Medical Library Association 90 no 2 (April 2002): 253-56.

Lascar, Claudia and Loren D. Mendelsohn. “An Analysis of Journal Use by Structural

 Biologists with Applications for Journal Collection Development Decisions.” College & Research Libraries 62 no 5 (September 2001): 422-33.

 

 

 

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