Established in 2019, LIIT focuses on researching topics relevant to libraries, such as librarian education, library history, and information organization.
Our team’s mission is to provide mutual support, encourage creative collaboration, and promote information exchange among library scholars at Syracuse University’s iSchool.
Clarke, R.I. and Schoonmaker, S. (2019) “Metadata for Diversity: Identification and Implications of Potential Access Points for Diverse Library Resources.” Journal of Documentation. DOI
Clarke, R.I. and Schoonmaker, S. (2018). “The Critical Catalog: Giving Voice to Diverse Library Materials through Provocative Design.” Advances in Classification Research Online 29 (1), 23-26. Best Paper Award Winner. DOI
Matranga, A., Sebastian, M., Silverman, J., Shumar, W., & Klein, V. (2020). “Noticing and Wondering: Scaffolding Generative Discourse in Teachers’ Workgroup Conversations” Paper to be presented at the American Education Research Association conference April 17-21, in San Francisco, CA.
Patin, B. and Williamson, E.L.D. (2020) “Environmental Barriers in Children’s Literature: Intersectionality and the Social Disability Model”. Conference of the Children’s Literature Association, Bellevue, WA, June, 2020.
Patin, B. (2019) “From Surviving to Thriving: Addressing Knowledge Gaps among Library Directors and Emergency Managers about Public Library Response after Extreme Events.” Library Research Seminar (LRS) VII, Columbia South Carolina, October, 2019.
Sebastian, M. (2019). “Ways of Seeing the Hashtag: Instagram and Gendered Surveillance.” Surveillance & Society, 17(1/2): 40-45.
Sebastian, M., & Shumar, W. (2018). “The Digital Age and the Social Imaginary.” In F. Thouvenin, P. Hettich, H. Burkert, & U. Gasser (Eds.) Remembering and Forgetting in the Digital Age, Law, Governance, & Technology, series 38, Springer, Berlin.