Your webinar will be held on November 5, 2021, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET.
Within 7 days, the recording of this session will be available in our On-Demand section.
Have questions and ideas after attending other sessions in this series? This wrap-up session will provide participants with an opportunity to network and form affinity groups relating to data ethics and privacy literacy. All panelists from the past series sessions will be in attendance and will create breakout rooms to allow for small group discussions relating to areas of interest.
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Presenter: Emily Zoe Mann is the student success librarian at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg campus. She serves as the liaison to Social Sciences, English, Graphic Arts, and Anthropology. Her research areas focus on data literacy and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She has presented nationally and internationally on data literacy. In her spare time, she enjoys dogs and the beach.
Presenter: Alexandrea Glenn is currently the Student Success Librarian at the University of Florida. Alexandrea graduated from Wayne State University with an MLIS and a certificate in Information Management. Her research interests include information literacy, privacy/data literacy, and student engagement/outreach. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, hanging with her cats (not at the same time), and traveling.
Presenter: Lindsey Wharton serves as the Extended Campus & Distance Services Librarian at Florida State University and is responsible for ensuring equitable access to library resources and services for online and off-campus users. Additionally, she serves as the liaison to the College of Social Work, coordinates distance library services and library integrations in the learning management system, and contributes to campus-wide OER and affordability initiatives. Her research interests include distance learning & libraries, open & affordable education resources, and privacy & critical information literacy.
Presenter: Stephanie A. Jacobs is a Blended Instructional Design Librarian at the University of South Florida, where she partners with fellow librarians, faculty members, and others to bring a visual approach to information literacy instruction through the creation of instructional videos, online learning objects, and web-based library instruction. Her research interests include emerging technology for information literacy instruction, privacy issues, student engagement & interaction, educational design, and communication dynamics.
Presenter: Adam Beauchamp is a Humanities Librarian at Florida State University Libraries serving as liaison to the departments of History, Philosophy, and Religion. His responsibilities include research support, information literacy instruction, and collection development in these disciplines. Adam’s current research interests include critical pedagogy, ethical assessment and research in libraries, and the historical relationship of archives and libraries to colonialism.
Presenter: Sara Gonzalez is the Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Visualization Librarian and Associate Chair at the Marston Science Library at the University of Florida. Her research interests include emerging technologies in education and libraries, modeling and visualization of 3D data, and scientific literacy instruction.
Presenter: Alex Chisholm is a reference & instruction librarian at Penn State Berks, serving as the First Year Seminar Coordinator and liaising with the Science division programs. Her research focuses on privacy literacy, student engagement, and information literacy.
Presenter: Sarah Hartman-Caverly is a reference and instruction librarian at Penn State Berks, liaising with the Engineering, Business and Computing division, the Flemming CEED center for Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development, and the Berks Launchbox. Her independent scholarship examines the compatibility of human and machine autonomy from the perspective of intellectual freedom.