Daly, Michael V.

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Michael V. Daly
Assistant Professor, Instruction/Public Services Librarian

Department: Library

Phone Extension: 8052
(518) 736-FMCC (3622)

Building: L 101

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MikeDalyAs Assistant Professor, Instruction/Public Services Librarian, Michael V. Daly coordinates and leads the Evans Library’s Information Literacy program including the teaching of over 200 sessions a year for courses covering the entirety of FM’s curriculum. He serves as a library liaison to Health Professions, Humanities, and Social Sciences Divisions.

Mike currently serves as Chair of the College Senate. He is the campus representative for SUNY’s Faculty Council on Teaching and Technology, the Co-Chair for SUNY’s Working Group for Information Literacy, and a member of both the SUNY Librarians Association and Association of College and Research Libraries. He has served on FM’s Institutional Assessment Committee, Student Life Committee which he also chaired, the ad-hoc Academic Integrity Committee, and advisor for Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Alpha Alpha Upsilon Chapter at FM.

A keynote speaker at Rochester Regional Library Council Workshop’s “Energize Your Teaching: Effective Strategies for Engaged Learning,” Mike also presented at the SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology’s “Hiding in Plain Sight: Using Classroom Management Software for Instant (and On-Going) Assessment of Teaching and Learning,” and has co-presented at 3Ts 2012: Engaging Students with Transliteracy, Technology and Teaching Conference. He was the grant recipient and Co-Principal Investigator for SUNY’s Innovative Instruction Technology Tier Three Grant, “Developing a SUNY-wide Transliteracy Learning Collaborative to Promote Information and Technology Collaboration,” and the grant recipient for Empire State College’s Partners in Innovation and Leadership in Online Teaching Project (PILOT).

Mike earned a B.A. in English from Union College and a M.S.I.S. from University at Albany where he is currently taking graduate courses toward a M.A. in English. He is a 2010 graduate of Association of College Research Libraries Immersion Program.