Five SC&I Ph.D. Alumni are published in the July edition of The Library Quarterly
The School of Communication and Information is proud to announce five Ph.D. alumni are published in the prestigious Library Quarterly, Volume 87, Number 3, July 2017. Aftermath: Libraries, Democracy, and the 2016 Presidential Election, Part 1.
Nicole Cooke, Ph.D. ‘12, assistant professor at the School of Information Sciences, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, authored, Posttruth, Truthiness, and Alternative Facts: Information Behavior and Critical Information Consumption for a New Age.
Emily Knox, Ph.D. ‘12 assistant professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, authored, Opposing Censorship in Difficult Times.
Elizabeth Leonard, Ph.D. ’10 Assistant Dean for Information Technologies and Collections Services, University Libraries, Seton Hall University wrote a review titled, Crash Course in Technology Planning. By Christopher D. Brown.
Heather Moulaison Sandy, Ph.D. ‘10 assistant professor at the iSchool at the University of Missouri with co-authors, Denice Adkins, associate professor at the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri, and Jorge Derpic, doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, authored Information Sources of Latin American Immigrants in the Rural Midwest in the Trump Era.
Kathryn Wissel, Ph.D. ’17, University Libraries, Seton Hall University, wrote a review titled, Rethinking Information Work: A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals. By G. Kim Dority.