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Friday, April 22 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Autoethnography: Our Stories, Our Research

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Autoethnography is a research method, whereby researchers investigate aspects of what it means to be a librarian. Starting with a reflective examination of themselves they investigate questions of library culture, values and identity. Autoethnography has potential to help librarians answer questions that cannot be answered by traditional, empirical research methods and to reveal voices that are obscured by aggregations of data. Autoethnography blends art and science and is at turns evocative, analytical, and creative. It can help us look deeply into our library culture, critique it where need be, transform ourselves, and ultimately inspire us to change librarianship for the better.

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avatar for Anne-Marie Deitering, MLS

Anne-Marie Deitering, MLS

Associate University Librarian, Oregon State University Libraries and Press
Anne-Marie is the Franklin A. McEdward Professor for Undergraduate Learning Initiatives at Oregon State University Libraries and Press and the current Chair of the Libraries’ Teaching and Engagement Department. AT Oregon State, she serves on the university Curriculum Council, works... Read More →
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Bob Schroeder

Education Librarian, PSU
avatar for Rick Stoddart

Rick Stoddart

PNLA President, Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA)
Rick Stoddart is the current President of the Pacific Northwest Library Association. He is the Education Librarian at the University of Idaho

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