On May 22, Elizabeth McLain shared her experiences as a student, teacher, and scholar at the Big Ten Academic Alliance Library Conference to advocate for equitable access for disabled library users. Together with Luke Kudryashov (PhD student in English and Women’s Studies, Master’s student at the School of Information), Sile O’Modhrain (Associate Professor in SMTD and the School of Information), Bradley Ebenhoeh (alum, LSA), and panel organizer Stephanie Rosen (Associate Librarian and Accessibility Specialist), she dispensed accessibility hacks, exposed barriers to access, and promoted concrete steps universities could take to begin building the inclusive library of the future today. For a series of live tweets during the conference, see here.
Carlos Pérez Tabares presents at Music Theory Midwest – July 21, 2020
Dorian Mueller (virtually) presents at MaMI – May 31, 2020
The Covid diaries: how SMR is working from home – May 03, 2020
SMR alumna lands tenure-track position – April 29, 2020
Elizabeth McLain innovates with social media during COVID-19 – April 14, 2020
Message from SMR co-chairs – April 03, 2020