INTSTDS 4850 Featured on Digital Library Federation Blog

February 13, 2018
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Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, Assistant Professor and Latin American Studies Librarian, and Elizabeth "Beth" L. Black, Undergraduate Engagement Librarian and Associate Professor, recently completed an interview with the Digital Library Federation (DLF) about INTSTDS 4850, Understanding the Global Information Society, and their collaboration with the OSU Wikipedia Connection student association. This interview was published as part of the DLF's #1Lib1Ref campaign which encourages librarians around the world to add citations to Wikipedia. Read the full interview here.

INTSTDS 4850, Understanding the Global Information Society, was developed by Area Studies librarians and is taught by University Libraries faculty. Each instructor listed below has uniquely contributed to the development of the course curriculum and instructional pedagogy.

Maureen Donovan, Professor Emeritus, former Japanese Studies Librarian, University Libraries

Miriam Conteh-Morgan, Associate Professor, former African Studies Librarian, University Libraries

José O. Díaz, Associate Professor, Head of Area Studies, University Libraries

Johanna Sellman, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, University Libraries

Meris Longmeier, Associate Professor, Head of Research Services, University Libraries