Research and Scholarship

ARTICLES:

Dowell, Meghan L. and Laurie Bridges. 2019. “A Perspective on Wikipedia: Your Students Are Here, Why Aren’t You?” Journal of Academic Librarianship 45 (2): 81-83.

Alhumaidan, Yazeed, Meghan L. Dowell, Jean Rene, Lisa Leverett, Laura Ridenour, Vanessa Schlais, Shengang Wang, and Richard P. Smiraglia. 2018. “Knowledge Organization and the 2017 UDC Seminar: An Editorial.” Knowledge Organization 45 (4): 273–80.

BOOK CHAPTERS:

Willoughby, Lydia and Meghan L. 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 – INTERNATIONAL:

Dowell, Meghan L. 2018. “Academic Freedom and the Liberal Arts Librarian“. Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians (CAPAL) in Regina, Saskatchewan.

PRESENTATIONS – NATIONAL:

Dowell, Meghan L. 2018. “Decentering Search: A Collaborative Approach to Creating Asset-Based Activities“. Information Literacy Summitt in Moraine Valley, IL.

Bhasin, Anjali and Meghan L. Dowell. 2017. “Presenting Your Best Self: Interview Tips From People Who Know“. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) in Elkhart Lake, WI.

Dowell, Meghan L. and Jedidiah Rex. 2016. “Team Work Makes the Dream Work”. Library Technology Conference (LibTech) in St. Paul, MN.

Johnson, Benjamin, Charlie Remy, and Meghan L. Dowell. 2014. “Playing Nicely Together: the ins and outs of improving metadata for libraries, content providers, and discovery services vendors”. Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) in Austin, TX.

POSTERS – NATIONAL:

Dowell, Meghan L. 2017. “Zines as a Teaching Tool”. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) in Elkhart Lake, WI.

Dowell, Meghan L. 2015. “LibGuides: Strategies for Success”. Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) in Manitowoc, WI.