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Laura Wimberley, PhD, MLIS

Specialist in Political Science, Public Administration, Public Sector Management, & Mechanical Engineering

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Keller, E. & Wimberley, L. (2021). Sudden selector’s guide to political science resources. Core Publishing, American Library Association.

Wimberley, L. & Johnson, J. (2021). Teaching with infographics: Visualizing the Frames in information literacy instruction for first-year students. In J. L. Finch (Ed.), Envisioning the Framework: A graphic guide to information literacy. Association of College & Research Libraries.  

Wimberley, L. (2021). Outreach events as liaison work. In E.H. Filgo & S. Towers (Eds.), Liaison engagement success: A practical guide for librarians. Rowman & Littlefield. 

Wimberley, L., Cheney, E., & Yi, D. (2020). Equitable student success via library support for textbooks. Reference Services Review, 48(3), 373-383. doi: 10.1108/RSR-03-2020-0024 

Wimberley, L. (2020). [Review of Supporting Trans People in Libraries by S. G. Krueger]. The Library Quarterly, 90(4). doi: 10.1086/710264 

Wimberley, L. (2019). It’s in the cards: Using tarot reading to access professional creativity. In V. Gubnitskaia & C. Smallwood (Eds.), Creativity for library career advancement: Perspective, techniques, and eureka moments. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Borchard, L., Wimberley, L., Eng-Ziskin, S., & Fidgeon, A. (2018.) Should we shush about the stereotype? Examining student-generated images of librarians. Journal of Practical Librarianship.

Camara, S.K., Eng-Ziskin, S., Wimberley, L., Dabbour, K. & Lee, C. (2017.) Predicting students’ intention to plagiarize: An ethical theoretical framework. Journal of Academic Ethics doi: 10.1007/s10805-016-9269-3