May 23, 2018

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Partnering with Community Organizations to Support Digital Collections and Scholarship

A Digital Scholarship Outreach Librarian and Head of Digitization Services at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Jennifer Johnson is an expert in community engagement—and has collaborated with more than 40 cultural heritage institutions to create 80 digital collections. In this interview, Johnson discusses her work in supporting digital scholarship.

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How To Make The Library More Inclusive

Dedicated to making the library inviting for librarians and students of all backgrounds, LJ Mover & Shaker Cynthia Mari Orozco works to raise awareness of micro-aggressions in librarianship and library anxiety among students. In this interview, she shares her efforts to make the library a space of refuge and community.

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Promoting Digital Literacy and Tech Skills on Campus

Digital Scholarship Specialist at University of Oklahoma Libraries and 2017 LJ Mover & Shaker, Sarah promotes digital literacy on campus by holding basic programming workshops for faculty and students, helping faculty integrate digital scholarship projects into their classes, and more.

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Championing the Library’s Role in Sustainability

2017 LJ Mover & Shaker honoree Madeleine Charney discusses how libraries can support sustainability science with SAGE Publishing’s SVP of Global Learning Resources.

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Supporting Social Justice in the Community

2017 Mover & Shaker honoree Kelly McElroy of Oregon State University Libraries discusses how librarians can support social justice in their communities with SAGE Publishing’s SVP of Global Learning Resources.

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Solving Real-World Problems Through Business Education

2017 Mover & Shaker honoree Ilana Stonebraker discusses how she designs courses to solve community problems with SAGE Publishing’s SVP of Global Learning Resources.

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Training Librarians as Evaluators to Show Library Value

2017 Mover & Shaker honoree Linda Hofschire discusses how librarians can conduct their own original research in order to show library value with SAGE Publishing’s SVP of Global Learning Resources.

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A Data-Driven Approach to Electronic Resources Collections

2017 Mover & Shaker honoree Lindsay Cronk of the University of Rochester shares some electronic resource collection and “data viz” insight with SAGE Publishing’s SVP of Global Learning Resources.

Nancy Evans | Movers & Shakers 2017 – Advocates

Nancy Evans, young adult librarian at New York’s Levittown Public Library, got the idea for her young adult (YA) program Strong Girls School after she shared YA author Maureen Johnson’s post “Why Do We Photoshop People?” with the girls in her writing program. They loved it, and their reaction inspired Evans to develop a program to support and empower girls as they deal with gender issues such as self-esteem.

Chancey Fleet | Movers & Shakers 2017 – Advocates

Chancey Fleet first visited the New York Public Library’s (NYPL) Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library on a trip from Virginia in the 1990s. “I was blown away by the browsable Braille collection,” she says. “I was ten or 11, and I checked out a bunch of choose-your-own-adventure books.” Upon returning to New York as an adult, she adds, “I already had an affinity for the library.”