Sarah MorrisAdjunct Lecturer (Research Coordinator and Instructional Strategist, National Science Foundation ARTT Project )
Sarah Morris is a librarian, educator, and curriculum designer whose research and work focuses on critical information, digital, and media literacy, misinformation, civic engagement, student success, and library and information science education. Sarah has been a librarian for ten years and received her MS in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. She held positions at Loyola University Chicago and the University of Texas and served as the Head of Instruction and Engagement at the Emory University Libraries. In addition to her work in libraries, Sarah has worked on curriculum projects with partners that include the Mozilla Foundation and the Carter Center. She currently works as a Research Coordinator and Instructional Strategist for an NSF project on online science communication, managed by the University of Washington and she is pursuing her PhD in Communication and Information Sciences from the University of Alabama.