Report Update: Academic Library Low Morale Spot-Check Survey Results (August 2018)

Earlier this year I shared the initial results of my quick survey on low-morale concerns and experiences. The goal of the survey is to keep on-the-pulse on what’s going on with people who are currently experiencing low morale, and to offer people a place to share anonymously their immediate concerns about their low-morale experience orContinue reading “Report Update: Academic Library Low Morale Spot-Check Survey Results (August 2018)”

Enabling Systems of Low Morale in PoC Academic Librarians

[This content was originally published on July 2, 2018 at The Ink On The Page.] If you’re following this blog – or my work in general – you’re aware that I’m currently working on data analysis for my PoC Low Morale study.  After I closed the interview phase, I asked my colleague (and friend) Ione DamascoContinue reading “Enabling Systems of Low Morale in PoC Academic Librarians”

Webinar Release: Academic Librarians & Low Morale Development (Georgia Library Association Academic Library Division)

This hour-long webinar was offered on July 18, 2018 as part of the Georgia Library Association‘s Carterette Series Webinar. I discuss results of my 2017 low morale study, which was published in the Journal of Library Administration. 

Report: Deauthentication Survey Results (June 2018)

[This content was originally published on June 5, 2018 at The Ink On The Page.] Earlier this year, I penned a post focusing on nascent data in my PoC Low Morale study. The data seemed to indicate another phenomenon I call deauthentication, and I crafted a working definition:  “deauthentication is a cognitive process that People of ColorContinue reading “Report: Deauthentication Survey Results (June 2018)”

The List: Low-Morale Experience Studies

This post offers a running list of my published low-morale research. The original study (2017) and follow-up study (2019) may be behind paywalls, depending on your subscription-access to the journals. The latter studies (2021) are Open Access. Consider bookmarking this link if you’d like to follow along as my work continues. Thank you for yourContinue reading “The List: Low-Morale Experience Studies”

Report: Academic Library Low Morale Spot-Check Survey Results (March 2018)

[This content was originally published on March 5, 2018 at The Ink On The Page.] It’s been about six months since the release of my original low morale study. Since then, I’ve presented a two-part ACRL webinar, and I’m gearing up to present the study results at regional and international LIS conferences.  While interacting on socialContinue reading “Report: Academic Library Low Morale Spot-Check Survey Results (March 2018)”