Megan Palmer

Assessment Librarian

Pronouns: she/her


864-656-5179 Strom Thurmond Institute 124


Master of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh (2010).
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Pennsylvania State University (2008).

Selected Professional Works

Stark, R., McElfresh, J., Albro, M, and Palmer, M. “Addressing incivility as a mid-career librarian: How to advocate for a bully-free library.” In Thriving as a Mid-Career Librarian: Identity, Advocacy, and Pathways, eds. Brandon K. West and Elizabeth Galoozis. ACRL Press, 2022. [In Press]

Vidas, C. D., Albro, M., McElfresh, J., Palmer, M., Serrao, J. L., & Sheffield, K. M. (2021) Launching to the dark side of the moon: Librarian exploration of peer-reviewed library journals and “predatory” characteristics. Charleston Conference Proceedings, 2020.

Palmer, M., Freeman, A. D., & Geary, J. (2020). I always feel like somebody’s watching me: Student perceptions of library data privacy. South Carolina Libraries, 4(1), 20.