Research

My research surrounds critical librarianship and decolonizing the research process.

Publications

Willoughby, Lydia and Meghan Dowell. “Strategies for Success: Building LibApps in Moodle (that Students will Actually Use).” in Innovative LibGuides Applications: Real World Examples, edited by Ryan Sitter. Rowman and Littlefield. 2016.

Presentations

Conference presentation, WAAL (Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians), April 2017

“Presenting Your Best Self: Interview Tips From People Who Know “. Co-presented with Anjali Bhasin (University of Wisconsin-Madison).

Poster presentation, WAAL (Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians), April 2017

“Zines as a Teaching Tool”.

 Conference presentation, LibTech, March 2016

“Team Work Makes the Dream Work”. Co-presented with Jedidiah Rex (Beloit College Instructional Technology).

Poster presentation, WAAL (Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians), April 2015

   “LibGuides: Strategies for Success”.

Conference presentation, ER&L (Electronic Resources & Libraries), April 2014

“Playing Nicely Together: the ins and outs of improving metadata for libraries, content providers, and discovery services vendors.” Co-presented with Benjamin Johnson (ProQuest) and Charlie Remy (Univeristy of Tennessee at Chattanooga).

Conference presentation, Charleston Conference, November 2013

“Between Two Nerds: Marketing asks the Techies to Explain Stuff. Very Slowly”.