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Chella Vaidyanathan: BOTM for January, 2009

Chella Vaidyanathan is the subject liaison librarian for History, Political Science, U.S. Govt. Information, International Documents, and GIS at the University of Miami. She enjoys teaching course-specific library instruction sessions for her assigned subject areas. Chella completed her MLS from the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) in December 2006. Moreover, she has a Master of Arts in Modern European History, a Master of Philosophy in History, and a Master of Arts in Indian/South Asian History. At McKeldin Library in UMCP, Chella worked as the GIS Graduate Assistant in the Department of U.S. Gov. Information, Maps, & GIS Services, where she also served at the reference desk and helped patrons locate government information. Since then, she has always been very interested in teaching and promoting government documents.

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