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Andrew Bonamici (University of Oregon)

Andrew Bonamici
Associate University Librarian for Media and Instructional Services

Eugene, Oregon

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Andrew Bonamici is Associate University Librarian for Media and Instructional Services at the University of Oregon, a division that includes the Digital Scholarship Center, Library Instruction and Campus Partnerships, the Portland Library and Learning Commons, the Center for Media and Educational Technologies (Learning Management System, campus classroom technologies, video and streaming media, videoconferencing, consulting and training), and User Experience. He chairs the library web team and serves on the editorial board for the UO home page. Andrew is a member of campus administrative councils for undergraduate studies and disabilities issues. He holds the AMLS degree from the University of Michigan School of Information, a BA in Music History and Theory from Marylhurst University, and is a fellow of the 2005 Frye Leadership Institute.

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