Associate Professor, LibraryLibrary and Information Science Librarian
B.A., Queens College, City University of New YorkM.L.S., Queens College Graduate School of Library and Information Science, City University of New YorkJ.D., St. John’s School of Law, St. John’s University
Prof. Manzari, Library and Information Science Librarian, is a member of the Library faculty and the library liaison with the Palmer School of Library and Information Science. She previously served as a reference librarian at Pace University and as a law librarian at the firm of Parker Chapin Flattau and Klimpl. Prof. Manzari holds a Juris Doctor from St. John’s School of Law, is a member of the New York State Bar, and practiced law prior to her transition to librarianship.
Co-author, "Productivity Impacts of Libraries and Information Services," published in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences (2009)
Co-author, "User-centered Design of a Web Site for Library and Information Science Students: Heuristic Evaluation and Usability Testing," published in Information Technology and Libraries (2006)
Author, "Student Preferences for CD-ROM Instruction," published in Journal of Academic Librarianship (1998)
Co-author, "Librarian Attitudes Toward the Use of a Self-paced BI Program," published in Research Strategies (1994)
Member, Academic and Special Libraries Division of Nassau County Library Association