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EDUCATION

Masters of Science (MS), August 2013 to May 2015

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL

Bachelor of Arts (BA), August 2010 to April 2013

Wright State University, Dayton, OH

Literature Major, Women’s Studies Minor

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Scholarly Communication Librarian, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 2017-Present

Information Literacy Librarian, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, July 2015-May 2017

Information Literacy Graduate Assistant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, June 2014-July 2015

Reference Graduate Assistant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, August 2013-July 2015

User Experience Practicum Student, Pixo, Urbana, IL, August 2014-December 2015

Undergraduate Library English as a Second Language (ESL) Graduate Hourly, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, June-September 2014

Social Science, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL) Graduate Hourly, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, December 2013-May 2014

Information Desk Student Assistant, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, June 2011-April 2013

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

Instructor, Library Juice Academy, October 2016-Present

Created and taught a six-week introductory course on Open Educational Resources (OER) for librarians and other information professionals

Adjunct Instructor, Indiana University, August-Present

Designed and taught COLL-X 250 (Academic Editing & Publishing) to the undergraduate editorial board for Indiana University’s Journal of Undergraduate Research

Holistic Pre-Major Adviser, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, June 2016-May 2017

Advised ten incoming freshmen on curriculum requirements, career development opportunities, and general campus resources.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESEARCH

Books

Reed, M., Kirschner, J., Hare, S. (Eds.). (2019). Marking OER courses: Best practices and case studies. Arlington, TX: Mavs Open Press. Forthcoming.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Li, Y., et al. (2018). The library press partnership: An overview and two case studies. Library Trends. Forthcoming.

Hare, S. & Evanson, C. (2018). Information privilege outreach for undergraduate students. College and Research Libraries. https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.79.6.726

Crissinger, S. (2015). A critical take on OER practices: Interrogating commercialization, colonialism, and content. In the Library with the Leadpipe. http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2015/a-critical-take-on-oer-practices-interrogating-commercialization-colonialism-and-content/

Non-Refereed Articles

Hare, S. & Hoops, J. (2019). Library publisher resources: Making publishing approachable, sustainable, and values-driven. College & Research Libraries News. Forthcoming.

Kaspar, W., Hare, S., Evanson, C., Ford, E., & Budd, J. (2018). Considering developmental peer review. College and Research Libraries. https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.79.6.718

Hare, S. (2018). Open education week 2018 at Indiana University Bloomington. InULA Notes: Indiana University Librarians Association. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/inula/article/view/24796

Hare, S. (2017). ATG profiles encouraged. Against the Grain, 29(6), 83.

Crissinger, S. (2017). Access to research and Sci-Hub: Creating opportunities for campus conversations on open access and ethics. College and Research Libraries News. http://crln.acrl.org/content/78/2/86.full

Edited Book Chapters

Hare, S. & Versluis, A. (2018). Making the most of your first professional position: Strategies for success. In M. Hodge (Ed.), The future academic librarian’s toolkit: Finding success on the job hunt and in your first job. Chicago, IL: Academic and Research Libraries (ACRL) Press.

Allen, C., Clinkscales, G., Crissinger, S., Reed, J. & Wright, A. (2018). Interinstitutional collaborations to forge intracampus connections: A case study from the Duke endowment libraries. In J. Lashley, A. Langley, & A. Wesolek (Eds.), OER: A field guide for academic librarians. Forest Grove, OR: Pacific University Press.

Conference Proceedings

Hinchliffe, L., Crissinger, S., Hardesty, E., & McCollough, A. (2015, November). Publishing our own work: Contributing to the professional literature through systematizing sharing of library reports. Panel presented at the annual Charleston Library Conference, Charleston, SC. doi:10.5703/1288284316317

Additional Selected Writing

Hoops, J. & Hare, S. (2019). Indiana University Bloomington: Educating and Onboarding Editors with the New Journal Toolkit. Library Publishing Coalition Blog. Forthcoming.

Hare, S. (2018, August 29). Seeing each other: Reflections on library/press cross-pollination. Library Publishing Coalition Blog. https://librarypublishing.org/lpforum18-crosspollination-hare/

Hare, S. (2018, March 21). Advocating for open peer review in LIS. The Librarian Parlor. https://libparlor.com/2018/03/21/advocating-for-open-peer-review-in-lis/ (Invited)

Hare, S. (2018). Up and Comers award recipients, Part III. ATG the Podcast. http://atgthepodcast.libsyn.com/podcast/atgthepodcast-052-up-and-comers-award-recipients-part-3

Litwin, R. (2017, October 21). Interview with Sarah Hare. Library Juice Academyhttp://libraryjuiceacademy.com/news/?p=807

Crissinger, S. (2017, April 24). A future focused on the human core of open: Imagining a more inclusive 2036. FutuOER. https://www.futuoer.org/a-future-focused-on-the-human-core-of-open-imagining-a-more-inclusive-2036/

Crissinger, S. (2016, June 28). The time is now: Scholarly communication and undergraduates. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2016/06/28/scholcomm-undergrads/

Crissinger, S. (2016, April). OER outreach for newbies series: Post 1, 2, and 3. ACRLog.

Crissinger, S. (2016, Jan 4). January 2016 collaboration with Hack Library School. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2016/01/04/hlscollaboration/

Crissinger, S. (2015, Aug 14). Still lost in the academy: The important of #L1S and other first generation initiatives. ACRLog. http://acrlog.org/2015/08/10/still-lost-in-the-academy/

Presentations

Competitively Selected

Hare, S., Hensley, M., Reed, M., & Makula, A. (2019, April). Working at the intersections of information literacy and scholarly communication: New models for engaging students, faculty, and librarians. Panel session presented at the bi-annual Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference, Cleveland, OH. [27% acceptance rate]

Hare, S. (2018, May). Publishing literacy in the for-credit classroom: Assessing Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research student editors. Panel session presented at the annual Library Publishing Forum, Minneapolis, MN.

Hare, S., Molls, E., & Polley, T. (2018, May). Taking the leap: Experiences planning and implementing a migration to Open Journal Systems 3. Workshop presented at the annual Library Publishing Forum, Minneapolis, MN.

Schonfeld, R., Hare, S., & Preston, C. (2018, April). Limitations on access: The independent scholar and lifelong learner. Panel presented at the Spring Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Sullivan, M. & Crissinger, S. (2017, June). Left out of the mix: Digital preservation and Open Educational Resources. Poster presented at ALA Annual, Chicago, IL.

Crissinger, S., Evanson, C., & Sponsel, J. (2016, June). Fear of fa(i)(l)ling: Abandoning old assessment footholds for new ground. Workshop presented at the bi-annual Library Instruction West Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

McDowell, K., et al. (2016, January). Valuing student voices: Master’s students’ critical perspectives on LIS education. Panel presented at the annual Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Conference, Boston, MA.

Hinchliffe, L., Crissinger, S., Hardesty, E., & McCollough, A. (2015, November). Publishing our own work: Contributing to the professional literature through systematizing sharing of library reports. Panel presented at the annual Charleston Library Conference, Charleston, SC.

Sullivan, M., et al. (2015, June). What do LIS students really think of their education? Conversation Starter presented at ALA Annual, San Francisco, CA.

Crissinger, S. (2014, May). Coloring outside the lines: Empowering graduate students with altmetrics. Poster presented at the annual LOEX conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

Invited

Hare, S. (2018, September). Open educational resources and libraries: Current trends and future directions. Invited break out session presented at the annual Kentucky Library Association Conference, Louisville, KY.

Hare, S., Versluis, A., & Rigling, L. (2018, April). Design thinking. Session moderated at the Scholarly Communication Open Textbook Design Session, Raleigh, NC.

Hare, S. (2018, March). OER and systematic inequality. Lightening talk presented for the Creative Commons Open Education Week Web-a-Thon, Online.

Crissinger, S., et al. (2017, June). OER: Science liaisons strengthening the academy with open resources. Panel moderated at ALA Annual (ACRL Science and Technology Section), Chicago, IL.

Other Presentations

Hoops, J. & Hare, S. (2018, October). Furthering open: Tips for crafting an IR deposit service. Session at the Academic Libraries of Indiana Annual Scholarly Communication Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Hare. S. (2018, May). Scholarly communication services for you: Important publishing resources for library staff. Mini-session presented at the annual IU Libraries In House Institute, Bloomington, IN.

Crissinger, S., Meyer, C., & Walsh, A. (2017, October). Successful approaches to implementing an Open Educational Resource (OER) outreach program. Panel moderated at the Academic Libraries of Indiana Annual Scholarly Communication Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Crissinger, S. & Wright, A. (2017, March). The Duke Endowment Libraries (TDEL) stipend program. Session presented at the Oberlin Group Open Educational Resource (OER) Forum. Online.

Stoytcheva, S., & Crissinger, S. (2016, February). Adjusting & advocating: Reflecting on challenges and opportunities for doing critical pedagogy as a new librarian. Roundtable at the Critical Librarianship & Pedagogy Symposium, Tucson, AZ.

Crissinger, S. & Sullivan, M. (2015, October). Getting your first LIS job: Tips, tricks, and reflections from recent LIS grads. Workshop presented at the North Carolina Library Association, Greensboro, NC.

Crissinger, S., Sheu, C., & Hinchliffe, L. (2015, May). Moving beyond consumption: Creating and engaging OER. Workshop presented at the University of Illinois’ Faculty Summer Institute, Urbana, IL.

Crissinger. S. (2015, March). Reflecting on my practicum: UX and the academic library. Lightening talk presented at the GSLIS Masters Students’ Showcase, Urbana, IL.

Crissinger, S. (2014, August). Putting it into practice: Service learning and the LIS curriculum. Poster presented at the inaugural colloquium on Academic Libraries & Service Learning, Santa Clara, CA.

Crissinger, S., and Maguire, S. (2014, July). Becoming a safe space: Making your library equitable. Panel presented at the annual Ohio Library Support Staff Institute, Wilmington, OH.

Crissinger, S. (2013, November). Going beyond the classroom: Incorporating information literacy with Jing. Poster presented at the annual Indiana Online Users Group, Indianapolis, IN.

Martin, P., Crissinger, S., and Britton, C. (2012, October). Get the biggest bang for your buck: Invest in undergraduate student employees. Panel presented at the annual Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO), Wilmington, OH.

Courses Developed

  • Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER), Library Juice Academy, Six Week Asynchronous Online Course
  • COLL-X 250: Academic Editing & Publishing, Indiana University, In-Person Course
  • The Basics and Beyond: Developing a Critical, Community-Based Approach to Open Education, Force 11 Scholarly Communication Institute Course Co-Taught with Ali Versluis & Lillian Ringling

Continuing Professional Education

  • Z505: Evaluation of Resources and Services, Audited Course, Indiana University, Fall 2018
  • Write Winning Grant Proposals Seminar, Indiana University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, September 2017
  • Copyright for Educators and Librarians, MOOC, Duke University, Summer 2016
  • Programming in the Humanities (DIG 120), Audited Course, Davidson College, Spring 2016
  • Design Kit: The Course for Human Centered Design, MOOC, IDEO, August-October 2015
  • Instructional Design for Digital Learning (EDT 8120), Instructional Design for Digital Learning Certificate, Wright State University, Fall 2013
  • Making Online Courses Interactive (EDT 8130), Instructional Design for Digital Learning Certificate, Wright State University, Fall 2013

GRANTS

  • Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Course Grant (with Julie Marie Frye and Beth Samuelson), 2018-2019, $5,000
  • Indiana University School of Education Teaching with Technology Grant (with Julie Marie Frye and Beth Samuelson), 2018-2019, $3,000
  • Indiana University Libraries Librarians Support Grant, January 2018, $700
  • The Duke Endowment Libraries Open Educational Resource Pilot (with James Sponsel, Kim Duckett, Jolie Tingen, Andrea Wright, Christy Allen, Julie Reed, & Geneen Clinkscales), 2016-2017, $12,800

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

National

ARL Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce

  • October 2017-Present, Mentor

Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (JLSC)

  • January 2016-Present, Peer Reviewer

 Get the Job: Academic Library Hiring for the New Librarian. Chicago, IL: ACRL Press.

  • Substantive Reviewer, January 2019

 SPARC Open Education Leadership Program

  • January 2018-May 2018, Mentor

2018 Library Publishing Forum Diversity Subcommittee

  • October 2017-May 2018, Member

Texas Toolkit for OER Course Markings

  • April 2018, Invited Peer Reviewer

Oberlin Group Open Educational Resource (OER) Forum

  • January-May 2017, Planning Group Member

Partnership for Liberal Arts Collaboration and Exploration Programming Committee

  • July 2015-July 2016, Member

 ACRLog First Year Academic Blogger Selection Committee

  • September 2015, Member

 Symposium on LIS Education Planning Group

  • October 2014-April 2015, Member

State

Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI) Scholarly Communication Conference Planning Group

  • May 2017-October 2017, Member

Indiana University

Benefits Committee

  • September 2018-Present, Member

Unizin Teaching and Learning Affordable Content Subcommittee

  • August 2018-Present, Member

Indiana University Libraries

Grants and Leaves Committee

  • September 2018-Present, Member

Scholarly Communication Department Intern Supervisor

  • Spring 2018

Davidson College

Administrative Advisory Group (AAG) Executive Committee

  • June 2016-May 2017, Member

First Scholars (First Generation) Orientation Panelist

  • August 2015 & August 2016, Panelist

Collection Development Librarian Search Committee

  • February-May 2016, Member

Teaching & Training

Courses

  • Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER), Library Juice Academy, Six Week Asynchronous Course
    • July-August 2018
    • January-February 2018
    • April-May 2017
  • COLL-X 250: Academic Editing & Publishing, Indiana University, One Credit Hour In-Person Course
    • Fall 2018
    • Fall 2017
  • The Basics and Beyond: Developing a Critical, Community-Based Approach to Open Education, Force 11 Scholarly Communication Institute Course Co-Taught with Ali Versluis & Lillian Ringling
    • July 2018

Guest Lectures

  • “Open Access and Indiana University Libraries,” Social Aspects of Information Technology (Z514/764), Indiana University, November 2017 & 2018
  • “Career Advice for Reference Public Services Assistants,” Indiana University Libraries, March 2018
  • “Information and Open Society: Histories and Futures of Access, Power, and Democracy” (with Thorsten Wetzling and Heinz-Jürgen Bove), Berlin in Translation (HIS 338/ GER 448), Berlin, Germany, March 2017
  • “Scholarly Communication Librarianship,” Serving Information Needs (LBSC 602), University of Maryland, March 2017
  • “Open Educational Resources Panel,” Technology for Libraries & Information Centers (LIS 672), University of Hawaii at Manoa, September 2016
  • “Moving from OER Use to Open Pedagogy,” Information Services Instruction Support (ISIS) Professional Development Group, September 2015
  • “Tips for New GSLIS Students Panel,” The Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, August 2015
  • “Open Educational Resources (OER) in an International Context” (with Crystal Sheu), International Associates Program, Mortenson Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 2015
  • OER in Instruction,” Instruction and Assistance Systems (LIS 458), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2015

Workshops

  • An Introduction to Open Educational Resources and Tips for Finding, Adopting, and Creating OER at IU (with Willa Tavern), Digital Library Brown Bag, Spring 2019
  • STEM Tech2Teach: Have Your Cake and Eat it Too – Tips for Finding Diverse, High-Quality, Affordable Course Material (with Mark Goodner and Amy Minix), Fall 2018
  • Starting an Open Access Journal with IU Libraries, Scholars Commons Workshop, Fall 2018
  • The Open Researcher: Increasing the Impact and Visibility of Your Work (with Richard Higgins), Scholars Commons Workshop, Spring 2018
  • Open Access Publishing Innovations, Digital Library Brown Bag (with Jamie Wittenberg, Richard Higgins, and Michael Regoli), Fall 2017
  • What Does Google Tell the World about You? Workshop (with Meggan Press), Fall 2017
  • Predatory Publishers, Open Scholarship, and Your Research Workshop (with Jenny Hoops), Fall 2017

HONORS, AWARDS, & FELLOWSHIPS

  • OER Research Fellow, Open Education Group, 2018-2019
  • Association of University Presses and Library Publishing Coalition Cross-Pollination Conference Scholarship Recipient, June 2018
  • Scholarly Communication Open Textbook Design Session Invitee, April 2018
  • ATG Media/Charleston Conference Top Up & Comer, November 2017
  • OpenCon Invitee and Scholarship Recipient (Open Education Track), November 2016
  • Beta Phi Mu Nomination and Induction, November 2015
  • Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) Faculty Merit Award, May 2015
  • Kathleen Louise Dion Memorial Scholarship Recipient, May 2012
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