I am the Reference and Instruction Coordinator at John Cabot University, where I started working in 2006, after receiving my MLS from the University of Rome “La Sapienza.” In 2012 I participated in the ACRL immersion program (Program Track), and in 2019 I earned a certificate in library instruction.
I am the coordinator of reference and instruction activities, and I act as liaison for Business, Political Science, Economics, and Social Sciences.
I am a member of the Information Literacy Committee of the AMICAL consortium.
Besides my instruction and reference tasks, I am also the administrator of John Cabot University LMS Moodle, and the administrator of Turnitin, and I am also responsible for managing the library website.
Piotto, Livia. (2020). Researching Rome: The Librarian as Research Mediator. In J. H. Gima & K. Malenfant (Eds.), Library Partnerships in International Liberal Arts Education: Building Relationships Across Cultural and Institutional Lines (pp. 9-20). Association of College and Research Libraries.
Stoepel, Michael, Livia Piotto, Xan Goodman, and Samantha Godbey, eds. (in press). Faculty-Librarian Collaborations: International Case Studies of Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses. Association of College and Research Libraries.