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Faculty Profiles

Terry Huttenlock, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Library Science

On Faculty since 1999
630.752.5352
Buswell Library 152


I enjoy exploring technological solutions that can enhance teaching, learning, and access to library resources as well as discovering research methods that can be used to assess outcomes and effectiveness. I am involved in Jericho Road church and in my spare time enjoy biking, baking, reading, and playing with my grandchildren.

Northern Illinois University
Ed.D., Instructional Technology

Rutgers University
M.L.S., Library and Information Science

Moravian College
B.S., Biology

Illinois Online Network
Master Online Teacher (MOT) certification

Chubb Institute
Computer Certification

  • Library Sciences
  • Instructional Technology
  • Biology
  • Research Methodology
  • American Library Association
  • Association of College and Research Libraries

Culture of Assessment
Keynote Speaker, CATLA Annual Meeting, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL, April 2017

A Mother’s perspective
Speaker and Participant, Fatherless in America Symposium, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, April 2017

The Missing Piece
Keynote speaker, PALNI Workshop, Manchester University, North Manchester, IL, June 2015

Facilitating metacognition with a “flipped” instructional strategy
Information Literacy Summit, Moraine Valley CC, IL, April 2015

Metacognition - a foundation for all "information" literacies
Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Colloquium, South Bend, IN, August 2014

Letting the Data Speak: Unintended Correlation of Two Studies
Co-presenter, New Directions in Information Fluency Conference, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL, April 2014

Subject Librarian for:

  • Applied health science
  • Biology
  • Education
  • Intercultural Studies/TESOL
  • Psychology

Proving value and improving practice: Using system data to analyze user behaviors, College & Undergraduate Libraries
Terry Huttenlock, David Malone, 2013