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About Ellie Dworak

Ellie Dworak is an Associate Professor and research data librarian. She grew up in Eugene Oregon, where she earned a BA in English Literature from the University of Oregon between dancing to Marimba beats and lolling on the banks of the Willamette. Graduate school took her to the University of Michigan for a master's degree in Library and Information Studies. After stints in SE Ohio and San Diego, she found her way back to the Northwest and Boise State, where she has been working and dancing since 2008. In addition to her full-time role assisting researchers with data management, she is a co-conspirator and discussion group leader for UF100 Data Stories, a data journalism themed freshman foundational course. Ellie's research interests include data and statistical literacy; evidence-based practices in librarianship; theory and methods in library and information science research; and the applications of data visualization in the social sciences and humanities.


Present Librarian and Associate Professor, Boise State University Albertsons Library

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