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About Natalie Greene Taylor

I am an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida's School of Information. My research focuses on young people’s access to information. More specifically, I study youth information behavior, information intermediaries, and information policy as it affects youth information access. I am an Editor of Library Quarterly and have published articles in Library & Information Science Research, Public Library Quarterly, Information Polity, and Journal of Documentation, among others. I have also co-authored three books: Foundations of Information Policy, Digital Literacy and Digital Inclusion: Information Policy and the Public Library and Libraries, Human Rights, and Social Justice: Enabling Access and Promoting Inclusion, and co-edited the book Perspectives on Libraries as Institutions of Human Rights and Social Justice.

I successfully defended my dissertation at the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies in November 2015. In my dissertation, I examined youth access to digital government information. While at the Information Policy & Access Center at the University of Maryland, I also worked on projects relating to e-government, school and public libraries, and youth health and information literacy. I also received my Masters of Library Science at the University of Maryland-College Park in 2011, specializing in e-government and school library media.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, University of South Florida
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Curriculum Vitae



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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present Editor, The Library Quarterly
2014 - 2017 Associate Editor, The Library Quarterly
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Honors and Awards

  • 2017 ALA and Google Libraries Ready to Code Phase II Teaching Fellow
  • 2015 University of Maryland iSchool representative to the Universitas 21 Graduate Research Conference
  • 2015 ALISE/LMC Paper Award
  • 2014 Beta Phi Mu/LRRT Research Paper Award
  • 2014 Most Popular Poster, University of Maryland iSchool Doctoral Research Day

Courses

  • LIS 6455 - Organization and Administration of the School Media Center
  • LIS 5937 - Special Topics: Seminar in Youth Services

Education

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December 2015 Ph.D., University of Maryland
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December 2011 M.L.S., University of Maryland
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May 2009 B.A., American University
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Book Chapters (4)

Book Reviews (6)

Books (4)

Conference Proceedings (12)

Editorials (7)