Professor and Associate Librarian for Information Services
Brooklyn College Library
Brooklyn College, CUNY
Mariana Regalado, MA, MLS, is professor at Brooklyn College, City University of New York. There, as head of reference in the Library, she assists students to become smart, curious, and confident information seekers. With her research partner Maura Smale she has published on their research into the daily experience of undergraduates as students at the City University of New York in a wide variety of journals and in a monograph Digital Technology as Affordance and Barrier in Higher Education (Palgrave 2017). In 2018 they published an edited collection Academic Libraries for Commuter Students: Research-based Strategies (ALA) that brought together research into the experiences of commuter students in libraries at institutions around the country.
Regalado, M. & Smale, M. A. (Eds.) (2018). Academic libraries for commuter students: Research-based strategies. Chicago: ALA Editions.
Smale, M. A., Regalado, M. & Amaral, J. (2018). Online learning with in-person technology: Student & faculty experiences in hybrid/online courses at CUNY [Report]. https://academicworks.cuny.edu/ny_pubs/263
Smale, M. A. & Regalado, M. (2017). Digital technology as affordance and barrier in higher education. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Smale, M. A. & Regalado, M. (2014). “Commuter students using technology.” EDUCAUSE Review Online. September/October. http://er.educause.edu/articles/2014/9/commuter-students-using-technology; http://academicworks.cuny.edu/bc_pubs/3/