Kristi Palmer has been named the founding Herbert Simon Family Dean of University Library at IUPUI, subject to formal approval by the IU Board of Trustees. Palmer, who has served as interim dean since April 2018, will assume her permanent role on July 1.
Faculty and Staff
IUPUI News’ article “Opening eyes: Students learn about neighborhoods that predated IUPUI” highlights the good work of the department, including: The Digital History and Community Change in Indianapolis course is led by the team of Andrea Copeland, associate professor of library and information science; library and information science lecturer Kisha Tandy; and anthropology professor Paul… Read more »
Abstract This chapter explores how to construct bridges between existing cultural institutions and community archives (or community groups wanting to develop archives) and the potential role for third-party organizations in bridging these groups. Further, research is presented that provides recommendations for library and archive practitioners who wish to build connections with groups in their communities…. Read more »
Assistant Professor Ayoung Yoon recently published a book chapter on data sharing practices in developing countries, titled “Data sharing practice and policy challenges in developing countries: The context of Uganda,” with researchers from Muteesa Royal University, Uganda, as a part of their research project, Data Sharing and Reuse in Developing Countries. Abstract The rapid development… Read more »
Assistant Professor Angela P. Murillo was accepted to the inaugural cohort of Digital Faculty Fellows starting January 2019 for a 1-year term. The Digital Faculty Fellows are a community of faculty at IUPUI that are investigating and implementing digital courseware and adaptive learning tools and techniques into undergraduate courses. The purpose of the fellowship is… Read more »