Corry Lecture Fall 2016

The Br. Emmett Corry Lecture on Social Justice in Librarianship

Teaching Students to Critique and Question Authority: A Social Justice Approach to Library Instruction

Wednesday November 16, 2016: 6:00PM

St. John’s University Queens Campus

D’Angelo Center room 128

WebEx Link: Click here to attend online

katelyn-angell_photo-for-sjuSpeaker: Katelyn (Kate) Angell is First Year Success Librarian/Assistant Professor at Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University, an MLIS from St. John’s University, and a MA in Psychology from LIU Brooklyn. Her research interests include information literacy instruction and assessment, psychology and gender, and the organization of information. She has published in numerous library journals including Journal of Information Literacy, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, and College and Undergraduate Libraries. In 2016 Kate and her co-worker Eamon Tewell were awarded the American Library Association Library Research Round Table’s Jesse H. Shera Award for Distinguished Published Research.