Christine Love-Rodgers (MA MA FCLIP FHEA)

College Lead for Library Academic Support (CAHSS) and Academic Support Librarian (Divinity)

Background

Christine Love-Rodgers leads a team of Academic Support Librarians working to support the Library in delivering the University's strategies for learning, teaching and research within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science.

Christine offers specialist library support to the School of Divinity and the School of Social and Political Science, curating digital resources,  information and advice in Library Subject Guides.

Christine delivers bespoke information literacy teaching within her Schools, as well as interdiscplinary sessions delivered via the Digital Skills team and the Institute for Academic Development.

Qualifications

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (FCLIP)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Responsibilities & affiliations

Trustee, Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals Scotland (CILIPS)

Mentor for Professional Registration, Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP)

 

Love-Rodgers, C. (2019). And Finally… On Theological Libraries. The Expository Times, 130(4), p.192.

Love-Rodgers, C. (2018)  'Encyclopedia of Martin Luther and the Reformation'.  Review of Encyclopedia of Martin Luther and the Reformation, by Mark A. Lamport. Reference Reviews, 32(5), pp.5–6.

Love-Rodgers, C. (2018) 'Making CILIP connections at the University of Edinburgh'. Information Professional, June 2018, pp. 44-47

Love-Rodgers, C. (2018) '"The books belonging to the Church in the Library…” Renewing the relationship between Church and University.' Bulletin of the Association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries 25, no 1 Spring pp. 9-13

Love-Rodgers, C. (2018) 'Not just a lot of old books : relationship management through engagement with library collections.' ALISS Quarterly, 13 (30) April 2018, 9-12.

View all publications by Christine Love-Rodgers on Edinburgh Research Archive