Dr. Logan Rath is a Librarian at SUNY Brockport where he focuses on instruction and student research support. He is a 2016 recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship for his efforts in many different areas of librarianship including instruction, technology, and interlibrary loan. Logan has a PhD in Curriculum, Instruction, & the Science of Learning from the University at Buffalo, SUNY. His current research interests include the intersection of information literacy and literacy as a social practice, effective library instruction, and effective integration of technology into collegiate learning.
In addition to his role as a librarian Brockport, Logan teaches at the University at Albany in the Information Science and Technology program. He is also the Director of Online Learning for the IDS Project where he coordinates online learning for interlibrary loan professionals.
Outside of the library, Logan has been involved with College Senate as the current chair of the committee on Equity, Diveristy, and Inclusion. He is also a former parliamentarian, Chair of the Faculty and Professional Staff Policies Committee, and representative of SUNY Brockport to the SUNY University Faculty Senate.
More About Me
- Read the descriptions of courses I've taught.
- Check out my Google Scholar profile to learn more about what I've published.
- You can also download my CV.
- I'm available for professional consulting and external reviews for tenure and promotion.
I am a certified scuba diver and SSI Dive Professional. I enjoy traveling and taking photos. I currently live in Rochester, NY with my husband and our three cats: Sage, Cinnamon & Ginger.