Since 2004, Carey Hagan has worked in several library sciences positions with organizations as varied as county libraries, universities, and the Library of Congress. Previously, Carey Hagan taught English at schools in Virginia and New Jersey. Carey Hagan?s literary interests include English and Russian literature, and she completed a double major in these fields during her undergraduate studies. Presently, Carey Hagan works at the Fairfax County Public Library, in Arlington, Virginia. Carey Hagan holds a Master of Science in Library and Information Sciences from Catholic University of America. Carey Hagan?s specialties include database and research software such as LexisNexis, Westlaw, Medline, FirstSearch, Biosis, and SciSearch. Carey Hagan has worked extensively with academic databases such as ERIC, and she frequently employs professional abstracting services and citation indexes. Through her work with the Library of Congress, Carey Hagan has gained familiarity with a range of government information databases, including Thomas and FedStats. Carey Hagan initiated a redesign of the Library of Congress Technical Processing and Automation Instruction Office database during her tenure and co-led training activities. At Catholic University of America, Carey Hagan cataloged original materials, including doctoral dissertations and masters theses. At Fairfax County Public Library, Carey Hagan manages the children?s offerings, including the early literacy story time programs, and she is a member of the library?s reference staff. The majority of Carey Hagan?s duties involve front desk activities.
Carey Hagan Reference Librarian