My research interests focus on the provision of library instruction and library services for online learners, collaboration with faculty, and integration of information literacy skills training in the classroom.
My current research is focused on librarians embedded in online courses.
Hawes, S., Anderson, J., Hite, K., Heathcock, K., Tunon, J., & Razzaghi, F. (2012). Best Practices for Embedded Librarians: Strategies for Successful Online Library Services. Presented at the Distance Library Services Conference, Memphis, TN.
Bullian, J., & Heathcock, K. (2012). Distance Learning Students are People Too! Presented at the College Center for Library Automation, LINCC User Meeting, Brandon, FL.
Heathcock, K. (2012). Increasing Students’ Information Literacy in Five Easy Steps! Presented at the Hillsborough Community College Spring 2012 In-Service/QEP Institute, Tampa, FL.
Heathcock, K., & Galloway, T. (2010). Collaboration Between Librarian and Instructor – Keys to Success. Presented at the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.
Heathcock, K., & Galloway, T. (2009). The Dynamic Duo: Teaching Information Literacy to ENC 1102. Presented at the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.
Heathcock, K. (2009). Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults. Poster session presented at the Florida Library Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
Heathcock, K. (2007). Information Literacy: How My College Teaches LINCC and eResources. Presented at CCLA LINCC Users Meeting, Seminole, FL.
Heathcock, K. (2007). Getting the Good Stuff: Using Online Library Databases. Presented at the Hillsborough Community College All College Day, Tampa, FL.
Heathcock, K., & Galloway, T. (2007). Relieving Stress and Creating Energy at the Workplace. Presented at Hillsborough Community College All College Day, Tampa, FL.
Heathcock, K. (2003). Food @ Your Library. Presented at Florida Library Youth Program Conference, Tarpon Springs, FL.