Megan Marchese

Associate Librarian Email Greenley Hall
Megan Margino Marchese teaches research skills to students across all FSC subjects. Megan provides support by working with students at the Library reference desk, teaching information literacy classes, and by creating instructional videos. She also manages the Library's academic poster printing service, used for student and faculty poster presentations.


  • M.S.L.I.S., Library and Information Science, St. John's University, 2013 – Summa cum Laude
  • M.A., Education (TESOL), Stony Brook University, 2020 – Summa cum Laude

Certificates & Licensures

  • Public Librarian's Professional Certificate, The University of the State of New York Education Department, 06/01/2013


  • Megan Marchese, Establishing a Student Research Day: A Library-Campus Collaboration in M. Piorun and R. Raboin (Eds.), Cases on Establishing Effective Collaborations in Academic Libraries, Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global (2022), pp. 126-152.
  • Megan Marchese, Generation 1.5 and academic libraries: Strategies for supporting English Learners (ELs) in reference and instruction, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 16(4) 2021, 100-117.
  • Megan Margino, Revitalizing Traditional Information Literacy Instruction: Exploring Games in Academic Libraries, Public Services Quarterly, 9(4) 2013, 333-341.


  • Megan M. Marchese, “Using anonymous polling to accommodate all learners in information literacy instruction.” Presentation to the SUNY Library Association (SUNYLA) Conference, SUNY Maritime College on June 15, 2023.
  • Megan M. Marchese, “Facilitating student engagement in information literacy instruction using Pear Deck.” Presentation to the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Instruction Section (IS) Virtual Engagement Committee (VEC) Lightning Round: Engaging Students in Library Instruction, Experimentation, and Innovation, Online on May 1, 2023.
  • Megan Marchese, “Supporting Generation 1.5 English Learners (ELs) in Postsecondary Education.” Poster presented at the Celebration of Scholarship, Farmingdale State College, Online on December 10, 2021.
  • Megan Marchese, “Generation 1.5 and Academic Libraries: Strategies for Supporting English Learners in Reference and Instruction.” Presentation to the Intersect Unconference 2021: Resilience, Renewal and Beyond, Western New York Library Resources Council, Online on October 1, 2021.
  • Megan M. Marchese, “Reinforcement and Rapport: Supporting English Language Learners in Academic Libraries.” Presentation to the PILLARS Symposium (Preparation, Information Literacy, Libraries, Academic Resources, and 21st Century Skills for Transitioning from Secondary School to College), Empire State Library Network, Online on July 8, 2021.
  • Megan M. Marchese, “Supporting English Language Learners (ELLs) in Academic Libraries.” Poster presented at the SUNY Library Association (SUNYLA) Annual Conference, SUNY Delhi, Online on June 17, 2021.
  • Megan Marchese, “Establishing an Undergraduate Research Day: A Library-Campus Collaboration at SUNY Farmingdale State College.” Presentation to the Kathleen A. Zar Symposium: High Impact Collaboration: Libraries and Undergraduate Research Partnerships, University of Chicago Library on September 6, 2019.
  • Megan Margino, “Student Research Day: Fostering Student Scholarship Through Library-Faculty Collaboration.” Presentation to the SUNY Library Association (SUNYLA) Conference, Finger Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, NY on June 15, 2018.
  • Megan Margino, “Implementing Student Research Day: A Librarian-Faculty Collaboration.” Presentation to the Academic Libraries Invitational Conference, Long Island Library Resources Council, Suffolk County Community College on April 27, 2018.
  • Megan Margino, “Implementing Student Research Day: A Librarian-Faculty Collaboration.” Poster presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries, New York (ACRL/NY) Symposium, Baruch College, CUNY on December 1, 2017.
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