As the head of Teaching & Learning, Meg Meiman works with library colleagues and instructors to integrate information literacy skills into courses and into the undergraduate and graduate curricula. She also provides leadership within the Libraries regarding teaching, assessment, and improving student learning. Her research interests include assessing student learning in the context of research and other forms of experiential learning, pedagogy related to the creation of digital humanities projects, and gauging the impact of digital projects on the people who create and use them.
Meg’s publications include “Documentation for the Public: Social Editing in the Walt Whitman Archives” (Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 6 March 2016). She completed her dissertation, Digitizing the Nineteenth Century: Scholarly Editing, Interface Design, and Affordances for Public Engagement, in 2015.
Prior to joining the IU Libraries in 2016, Meg most recently served as Reference and Instruction Librarian at Smith College. She received her Ph.D in English and Digital Humanities from the University of Delaware and her MLIS from the University of Alabama, as well as an MA in English from Florida State University and a BA in English from Birmingham-Southern College.