Emily Crist
Affiliated with Library
Biography

As the Experience Design Librarian, Emily works collaboratively across the library and the wider college campus to design, implement, promote and assess meaningful and impactful library user experiences, adopting an evidence-based approach throughout. With the teaching librarian team, Emily works to design and deliver course-embedded library instruction and provides research and reference support to the Champlain College community at the reference desk. Emily is the Vice President of the Vermont Library Association's College & Special Libraries Section.

Check out Emily's teaching philosophy here.

Recent Publications and Presentations

Crist, E. & Carbery, A. (2017). Evidence-based librarianship: Methods for researching user experience. Workshop at the annual meeting of the Association of College and Research Libraries - New England Chapter, Burlington, VT, May 12, 2017.

Chira, S. B., Crist, E., Miles, L., & Sienicki, B. (2017). Beyond the discourse of crisis management: Internationalizing composition through multidisciplinary collaboration. Presentation at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, Oregon, March 17, 2017.

Crist, E., et al. (2017) Cultivating interdisciplinary relationships: Incorporating information literacy in writing classrooms, writing programs, and across the curriculum. Workshop at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, Oregon, March 15, 2017.

Nichols, A. F., Crist, E., Sherriff, G., & Allison, M. (2017). What does it take to make discovery a success?: A survey of discovery tool adoption, instruction, and evaluation among academic libraries. Journal of Web Librarianship. http://doi.org/10.1080/19322909.2017.1284632

Crist, E. & Carbery, A. (2016). The NSSE monster: Scary creature or outreach opportunity? Presentation at the annual meeting of the Vermont Library Association's College & Special Libraries Section, Castleton, Vermont. October 21, 2016.

Olewnik, L., & Crist, E. (2016). Research as engagement: Designing methodologies for understanding. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Vermont Library Association's College & Special Libraries Section, Castleton, Vermont. October 21, 2016.

Ferguson, R., Crist, E., & Moffatt, K. (2017). A framework for negotiating ethics in sensitive settings: Hospice as a case study. Interacting with Computers 29(1), 10-26. http://doi.org/10.1093/iwc/iww018

Crist, E., & Allison, M. (2016). Connecting through cultural diversity: Leveraging campus initiatives in the creation of library embedded curriculum. Presentation at LOEX 2016, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. May 7, 2016

Crist, E., & Strachan, L. (2016). "Subject term soup." In N. Fawley & N. Krysak (Eds.), The Discovery Tool Cookbook: Recipes for Successful Lesson Plans. ACRL.

Crist, E. & Berman, E. (2016). Mixed Methods Research in LIS Literature: A Scoping Review. Poster presented at Concordia Library Research Forum, Montreal, Québec. April 29, 2016.

Strachan, L. & Crist, E. (2015). Information literacy, language development, and EAP: A needs analysis. Presentation at Société pour le perfectionnement de l'enseignement de l'anglais, langue seconde, au Québec (SPEAQ, the association of ESL teachers in Quebec), Montreal, Québec. November 28, 2015.

Ferguson, R., Massimi, M., Crist, E., & Moffatt, K. (2014). Craving, creating, and constructing comfort: Insights and opportunities for technology in hospice. In Proc. of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Work and Social (CSCW '14), ACM, New York, NY, 1479-1490.