Nicole Carter

Librarian, Reference and Research
Academic Support Units
Library

Faculty Member Information

Biosketch

Nicole Carter is the Librarian responsible for Reference & Research Services at Saint Mary’s University since 2012. She has been a professional librarian since 2008 and has worked in libraries across the country, including those at the University of British Columbia, the University of Toronto, Carleton University, the Department of National Defence and at the Library of Parliament, in Ottawa. • Providing evolving, improved service to library patrons is a consistent theme across all of her work experiences. • Doing research and helping others with theirs has always been her passion. Nicole loves languages; learning them, learning about them, learning about how people learn them. (This explains her two degrees in Linguistics). She also loves libraries, especially academic, research-focussed libraries where she helps enable the research that answers questions and solves problems, making the world a better, more understood, place.

Education

M.A., Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, Carleton University, 2012
M.L.I.S, Library and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 2008
B.A., Linguistics, University of British Columbia, 2003
Teaching English as a Second Language, Teaching English as a Second Language, University of British Columbia, 2003

Academic Work Experience

2012 - Present, Librarian, Reference and Research Services, Saint Mary's University (Patrick Power Library)
2011 - 2011, Reference Librarian, University of Toronto Libraries
2008 - 2009, Reference Librarian, Carleton University (MacOdrum Library)