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Nicole Pagowsky is an Associate Librarian and Instruction Coordinator in the Research and Learning Department at the University of Arizona Libraries. Her focus is on foundations and teaching first year undergraduates about information literacy and how to do research. Her research focuses on pedagogy, critical approaches to library instruction, learning theory, and librarian identity as educators. She has co-edited a book on librarian stereotypes and image with the Association of College and Research Libraries Press in 2014 and is an instructor for LIS Information Literacy Pedagogy with the UA School of Information.