Zoe Hume, inaugural Reparative and Inclusive Description (RID) Survey Scholar, shares her experience. Continue reading Descriptive Practice for Social Justice: An Internship Reflection
From the Vault is a series highlighting recent projects, research, and interesting finds from the Special Collections & University Archives department at Gleeson Library | Geschke Center. This post features the Reparative and Inclusive Description (RID) Survey Scholar internship. This fall, Zoe Hume, currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Curation at Florida State … Continue reading From the Vault 04(02)
Gleeson Library is in the process of a website redesign. Participate in a short study for a chance to win a prize! Continue reading Got 10 Minutes? Help Us Improve the Library Website!
Gleeson Library is in the process of a website redesign. Participate in a short study for a chance to win a prize! Continue reading Help Us Improve the Library Website!
Reducing harmful language in library catalogs A wonderful documentary called Change the Subject is now available to watch free on YouTube and the Dartmouth College Library website. The film relates the story of a group of students whose fight for justice in their educational environment took them from the library to the halls of Congress. … Continue reading Changing the subject at USF
Gleeson Library has recently been informed about a data breach at The Chronicle of Higher Education (chronicle.com) where user login information, including passwords, was compromised. This is a popular resource used by members of the USF community. If you have an account at The Chronicle of Higher Education, you should have received an email from … Continue reading Data Breach at The Chronicle of Higher Education
Elisa Rodrigues joined the Systems team this summer as a Library Assistant! Having previously worked in the Acquisitions Department, her new role will expand her Gleeson Library expertise as she assists with troubleshooting and maintaining library technology. We asked her some questions so the USF community could get to know a little about her and … Continue reading Welcome Elisa to the Systems Department!
Who is Associate Dean for Technical Services Erika Johnson, and what’s her role at the library? We asked Erika the tough questions and bring you the answers! Tell us about your path to USF.Originally from Wisconsin, I’ve covered all points of the compass here in the US, having lived on both coasts, the south, and … Continue reading A chat with Associate Dean Erika Johnson