Dawn Hackman, she/her/hers Medical School Librarian
- ORCID iD
- Position title
- Medical School Librarian
- Libraries department
- Health Sciences
- Alternate profile
- Full profile at the Health Sciences Library site
- Subject Librarian for
- Physical Therapy
Dawn Hackman, MS, AHIP is an Assistant Librarian at the Health Sciences Library and is one of three liaisons to the Medical School. She holds a B.A. in German Studies from the University of California - Los Angeles and a M.S. in Archives Management from Simmons College in Boston, MA. Dawn comes to University of Minnesota from the University of North Dakota, where she served as a Research and Education Librarian and liaison to the Medical Education and Physician Assistant Studies programs.
Dawn is a member of the Medical Library Association, Midwest Chapter/MLA, the Libraries in Medical Education special interest group of the AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs, and has been a Senior Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals since 2015.
Areas of interest
Access to information, active learning methodologies, curriculum-integrated information literacy, evidence-based medicine, health disparities, instructional design, interprofessional education, literature searches, rural health
Selected publications and presentations
Hackman D, Cavanaugh S, Nickum A. Librarians as facilitators in the active learning curriculum. In: Alcock L, Thormodson K, editors. The engaged health sciences library liaison. Washington, DC: Rowman & Littlefield. 2019.
Hackman DE, Francis MJ, Johnson E, Nickum A, Thormodson K. Creating a role for embedded librarians within an active learning environment. Med Ref Serv Q; 2017; 36(4): 334-347. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2017.1369280
Nickum A, Hackman DE, Francis M, Amidon A, Thormodson K, Fischer E. Experience of implementing an embedded librarian program. Paper presented at: MLA ‘17 Dream Dare Do: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; 26-31 May 2017; Seattle, WA.
Hackman D, Mi M, Long BA, Johnson EL, Van Eck R. Space, pedagogy, partners, and opportunities: a systemic approach to promoting active learning and interprofessional healthcare education. Paper presented at: AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs Spring Conference; 29-31 Mar 2017; Chicago, IL.
Hackman D, Fischer E, Francis M, Lehar W, Nickum A, Thormodson K. Creating a role for embedded librarians within an active learning curriculum. Paper presented at: Mosaic MLA ‘16; 2016 May 13-18; Toronto, ON, Canada.