About the Author
Peggy Keeran (MLIS, MA), is a Professor and the Arts and Humanities Librarian at the University of Denver Libraries, and coordinator of the faculty advisory group to the library. She is the co-editor of the Rowman & Littlefield series Literary Research: Strategies and Sources, and has co-authored three of the volumes in the series. She has also co-edited both editions of Research within the Disciplines: Foundations for Reference and Library Instruction and co-authored "Expanding Support for Graduate Students: Library Workshops on Research Funding Opportunities." Most recently her research interests include collaborations on instruction between Reference and Special Collections, and with her colleagues she co-authored "`If You Want the History of a White Man, You Go to the Library:' Critiquing Our Legacy, Addressing Our Library Collections Gaps." Carrie Forbes (MLS, MA), Associate Professor and Associate Dean, oversees the University of Denver Libraries' public services including research support, instruction, outreach/programming, and borrowing and lending services. She co-edited, along with Jennifer Bowers, Rethinking Reference for Academic Libraries: Innovative Developments and Future published by Roman & Littlefield in 2014. Other recent publications include a co-authored chapter in Academic Librarianship Today on reference and instruction models and a co-written article in College & Research Libraries on "Expanding Support for Graduate Students: Library Workshops on Research Funding Opportunities." Her other research interests include critical information literacy, library assessment, and co-teaching partnerships between librarians and faculty.