Mike Teodorescu traveled to the University of Cambridge UK School of Law and co-presented research on the first Randomized Control Trial on Independent Inventors ran at the US national level at the US Patent and Trademark Office titled "Challenges facing independent inventors: Do patents help?" in the EPIP 2022 conference [epip2022.org].
Jin Ha Lee, Emma Spiro, and Emma May (MLIS Alum) had a paper published in Harvard Misinformation Review: Lee, J. H., Santero, N., Bhattacharya, A., May, E., & Spiro, E. (2022). Community-based strategies for combating misinformation: Learning from a popular culture fandom. Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review. https://doi.org/10.37016/mr-2020-105 [doi.org]
Chris Coward and Jin Ha Lee presented at the following conferences about their misinformation escape room:
- “Misinformation escape room: a gamified approach to misinformation education” (Sep 15, 2022). ARSL (Association for Rural & Small Libraries) 2022 Conference [arsl.org]. (Virtual conference).
- “Misinformation escape room: designing a gamified approach to misinformation education” (July 27, 2022). Connected Learning Summit 2022 [2022.connectedlearningsummit.org]. Centering Learners in Game-based and Online Learning. HX: Supporting Healthy and Empowered Relationships to Technology. (Virtual conference).
One of the 2022 Capstone projects, Longview StoryWalks, will become a permanent feature of a Longview, Washington park. Jakob Collins (MLIS Alum) and Joanne Dallas (MLIS Alum) led the project.
Michelle Martin was interviewed by The Conversation earlier this month: “Being a librarian isn’t just about books – it’s about helping everyone get access to information and resources [theconversation.com].”