Winn, J.G., & Ullman, M. (2023). Why Primary Sources are Critical in Expanding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. The Campus, Times Higher Education Gale Group Publishing.
Gale Cengage Group. (2022). Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Best Practices for Academic Librarian and Faculty. Library Journal Forum EDI Insight Report. https://www.gale.com/gale-research-complete/edi-insights-report?utm_source=lj-article&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=got232127883
Kaurloto, C. & Winn, J.G. (2022). Learning About Evidence Synthesis ThroughMentorship. Evidence Synthesis Institute Symposium 2022.
Winn, J.G., Miller, M.L., Muglia, C., Stewart, C., Wallach, R. (2022), Situating LIS Pedagogy and Curriculum in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Anti-Racism: A Reflection on Process, Reference Services Review, vol. 50, no.1, pp 148-160. https://www.emerald.com/insight/0090-7324.htm
Winn, J.G., Miller, M.L, Muglia, C., Stewart, C., & Wallach, R. (2022). Pedagogical Practices for DEIA+AR: A Programmatic Case Study. Twenty-second International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations. June, 2022. Paper Presentation, University of Willemstad, Curacao.
Miller, M.L., Muglia, C., Stewart, C., Wallach, R. & Winn, J.G. (March 11, 2021). Actionable Recommendations for an Anti-Racist and Inclusive Remote Learning Environment. USC Marshall School of Business. USC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Week, University of Southern California. http://bit.ly/MMLIS-USC-DEI-WEEK
The MMLIS DEIA+AR Working Group thanks the USC Libraries Faculty Research Committee for funding two research proposals which built on each other: