The research team represents a collaboration between academics and practitioners who hold expertise in the areas of data ethics and privacy, data management, library assessment, and a variety of qualitative and quantitative research methods. See each researcher’s short bio and selected publications and presentations by clicking on his or her name.
The team is joined by advisory board members with expertise in information ethics and policy, library assessment and analytics, diversity research, and qualitative research methods. The team will strategically consult with advisors to optimize the research methods and maximize insights born from the project.
Lastly, the research team is assisted by a group of graduate and undergraduate research assistants representing a variety of fields within informatics, computing, and the library sciences.
Researchers are currently recruiting research assistants for Phase Two of the project. If you are a student at one of the participating institutions are interested in joining the team, please inquire!
Former Team Members
We’d like to thank the following individuals for their service to the project in various capacities. Their work during different phases of the research has helped it gain the momentum it has today.