Anne Grant

History Librarian Interim Art & Architecture Librarian Instruction Coordinator

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Contact

864-656-6079 ANNE1@clemson.edu Cooper Library 405


Education

PhD, Learning Sciences, Clemson University (anticipated, 2024)
MLIS, University of Alabama (2007)
MA, History, Clemson University (2001)
Post Graduate Diploma, Scottish & Irish Studies, University of Aberdeen (1999)
BA, History, Western Carolina University (1997)


Research Interests

student generated content; teaching self-efficacy of academic librarians; scholarship of teaching and learning


Subject Librarian Areas

History, Geography. Interim Liaison for Architecture, Art & Art History, City and Regional Planning, Construction Science & Management, Digital Production Arts, Environmental Design & Planning, Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture, Library Science, Planning, Design & the Built Environment, Real Estate Development, Resilient Urban Design, Visual Arts

Selected Professional Works

Monographs

  • Grant, A and Finkle, D. (2016) Take Your Library Workshops Online! Rowman & Littlefield.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Smith, M. M., Serrao, J. L., Klar, C. L., McEntire, D., Grant, A., & Israel, G. (2019). Best Practices for the Collection of Feedback from Campus Constituents Utilizing Campus and Community Partners. Collaborative Librarianship, 11(4).

Peer-Reviewed Articles in Conference Proceedings

Other Peer-Reviewed Publications

Non-peer-reviewed, Public Scholarship Publications

  • Smith, M. M., Serrao, J. L., Klar, C. L., McEntire, D., Grant, A., & Israel, G. (2019). Best Practices for the Collection of Feedback from Campus Constituents Utilizing Campus and Community Partners. Collaborative Librarianship, 11(4).
  • Grant, A. and Finkle, D. (2014) Taking Face-To-Face Workshops Online.” College and Research Library News October, 75:506-527
  • Albro, M., Sheffield, M., Redd, R. and Grant, A. Information Literacy and Mathematics Education Students: A Case Study in Library Instruction. Journal of New Librarianship (2018).

Blog Posts

International Presentations

  • Why Does SoTL Happen in a Librarian Free Zone? (2022) SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Collaboration, Creativity, and Learning Analytics: Student Created Content in a Higher Education Course (2022) SoTL Commons Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Transforming the Way Librarians Think about Teaching (2018) Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Banff, Canada.

National Presentations

  • ACRL Project Outcome for Academic Libraries Instruction Survey (2021) ACRL Webinar, co-presented with Megan Palmer.
  • Open Textbook Writing as a Tool of Instruction in Information Literacy Courses (2021) ACRL Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee (SLILC) Open Educational Practices Showcase:, co-presented with Yang Wu and Megan Palmer, 2022
  • Transforming the way librarians think about themselves as teachers (2019) Poster for ALA Library Research Seminar VII.