Dr. Lillian Rozaklis

Lecturer of Pharmacy Practice and Assessment Specialist 


Biography

Dr. Rozaklis joined the School of Pharmacy in June 2016 as Lecturer of Pharmacy Practice and Assessment Specialist for. In this role, Dr. Rozaklis collaboratively plans and implements learning outcomes assessment within the school and supports continued growth and progression of a culture of assessment among the administration, faculty, staff, and students.

 

Dr. Rozaklis is an applied researcher, program evaluator, and data analytics professional. Before joining FDU, Dr. Rozaklis facilitated data-driven program improvement initiatives in higher education institutions and nonprofit organizations. In these settings, she balanced evaluative and measurement activities for accountability and organizational learning purposes, strengthened internal data and evaluation capacity, and led multi-program evaluation and assessment efforts to optimize program quality.

 

Dr. Rozaklis has a Ph.D in Information Studies from The iSchool at Drexel University (College of Computing and Informatics) and a M.S. in Library and Information Science from Syracuse University. Dr. Rozaklis has a background in the Information Science discipline, and has published in the areas of information-seeking behaviors, education of library and information professionals, human-mediated question-answering services, and research methods.

 


Research Interests

Human Information Behavior

Digital Information Services

User Needs and User Studies

 


Professional Affiliations

American Evaluation Association

Association of Information Science and Technology

New York Consortium of Evaluators


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