Nicole Pagowsky is a Research & Learning Librarian and Instruction Coordinator at the University of Arizona. She is a liaison and co-coordinates The Libraries' FYE program. Nicole is the recipient of the 2016 ACRL-ULS Outstanding Professional Developent Award, and holds her second Master's in Instructional Design. Her research interests include student motivation, educational theory, and critical pedagogy, and Nicole has published and presented on these topics nationally. She is in the process of co-editing a new title for ACRL Press on critical library pedagogy that should be out in 2016, and is co-creator and co-moderator of the #critlib critical librarianship Twitter chats. Nicole is the instructor for LIS 581, Information Literacy Pedagogy with the U of A School of Information, and co-teaches the ALA Instructional Design Essentials ecourse.
Nicole co-edited The Librarian Stereotype: Deconstructing Presentations and Perceptions of Information Work out now with ACRL Press. She was the creator of the Librarian Wardrobe blog 2010-2015, and has since turned the project over to its administrators.