Susanna Eng-Ziskin

Duties and Responsibilities

  • First Year Experience Librarian
  • Reference Services & Collections Coordinator

Collection Development

  • Reference Collection
  • Asian American Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Jewish Studies

Course Web Pages

AAS 115

AAS 311 - Professor Buenavista

English 205 - Professor Dimakos

LRS 100 - Professor Huynh

Religious Studies 304 - Professor O'Donnell

Religious Studies 304 - Professor Herman

University 100

Archived Course Guides

Research Guides

Asian American Studies

Professional Activities and Memberships

Publications & Presentations

Eng-Ziskin, Susanna, Kathy Dabbour and Sakile Camara (January 2012). “Can We Predict Students’ Intentions to Plagiarize?: The Theory of Reasoned Action Says We Can.” Paper presentation for the 2012 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Hansen, L. & Eng-Ziskin, S. (2011) Creating the Right Soundtrack: Legal Music Clips. Online, (35)6, 20-24.

"The New High Touch, High Tech University 100: Using Technology to Supplement the Freshman Seminar." With Cecile Bendavid, Ellyn Gersh Lerner, and Lisa Riccomini and Cheryl Spector. April 25, 2011. (Presentation may be viewed in CSUN's Teaching & Learning Bytes Video Archive.)

Eng-Ziskin, S. & Embleton, K. (2010) Charitable Searching: The Cost Free Way to Give Back to Your Community. Searcher. 18(3), 12-15, 53.

Eng, Susanna and Lindsay Hansen (May 2009). Embedded Librarian: Out of the Library and Into Your (Virtual) Classroom. Presented at the 12th Annual CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Eng, Susanna and Lindsay Hansen and Lynn Lampert. (April 2009) Beyond the Shelves: Faculty–Librarian Collaboration. Poster presented at the WASC Academic Resource Conference, Hollywood, CA.

Eng, S. & Spector, C. (2007). CSU Northridge transforms its approach to information competence. ESource for College Transitions, 4 (5), 11-13.

Spector, C. & Eng, S. (February, 2007). Information competence as festival. Presentation at the 26th Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience, Addison, TX.

Gardner, S. & Eng, S. (2006). Web-based resources for anthropology research. Online, 30 (6), 25-30.

Eng, S. & Gardner, S. (2005). Gaga over Google? Scholar in the social sciences. Library Hi Tech News, 22 (8), 42-45.

Eng, S. & Gardner S. (2005). Conducting surveys on a shoestring budget. American Libraries, 36 (2), 38-39.

Gardner, S. & Eng, S. (2005). What students want: Generation Y and the changing function of the academic library. Portal: Libraries & the Academy, 5 (3), 405-420.

Eng, S. & Gardner, S. (2005). New assessment technology: the PRS alternative. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 9 (2), 179-183.

Eng, S., Gardner, S., Lesinska, S. & Wallis, L. (April 2004). User Assessment: Do-It-Yourself Versus Commercial Models. Breakout session presented at the 2004 California Association of Research Libraries (CARL) conference, Pasadena, CA.

Eng, S. & Gardner, S. (May, 2003). Internet Plagiarism: Methods of Discovery and Deterrence. Workshop presented at the annual Conference on Teaching, Learning & Technology, USC, Los Angeles, CA.

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