Anna Nunn

Learning & Teaching Librarian

Learning and Teaching
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Anna is a Learning and Teaching Librarian; she is currently responsible for collections management and information skills support in the School of Technology, Business and Arts.

Anna joined the University of Suffolk in September 2018 as an Evening and Weekend Library Assistant; shortly thereafter she moved into the role of Library Services Assistant. In August 2019 Anna started in post as Trainee Librarian; she was awarded a postgraduate degree in Information Science in November 2022 and was thereafter appointed to the post of Learning and Teaching Librarian.

Anna qualified as a professional Librarian in November 2022 and is currently undertaking her postgraduate certificate in Academic Practice at the University of Suffolk.

Anna delivers a range of in-course and supplementary information skills workshops. Students and faculty can also book a 1-2-1 appointment with her for support with finding, accessing, and using information sources.

Anna is an Information literacy advocate and is interested in the relationship between information skills instruction and improved graduate outcomes. Her postgraduate thesis explored the role of information instruction in reducing affective barriers to library spaces.


Buck, E. and Nunn, A. (2021) ‘Libraries, learning, and porous boundaries: reimagining the library landscape and its inhabitants', in Baker, D. and Ellis, L. (eds) Libraries, Digital Information, and COVID. Cambridge: Chandos Publishing.