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Reed Garber-Pearson: Education & Background

Integrated Social Sciences Librarian


Integrated Social Sciences and Online Learning Librarian

  • Master of Library and Information Science, University of Washington Information School
  • Bachelor of Arts, Women's Studies, University of Arizona

Select Publications & Presentations

Garber-Pearson, R., Kehrein, M., Kim, S., & Yogi, B. (2018, June). Transgender inclusion for libraries. Webinar presented for the First Tuesday professional development series, Washington State Library.

Garber-Pearson, R., Kehrein, M., Kim, S., & Yogi, B. (2017, November). Reimagining transgender 'inclusion' in librariesWorkshop presented at the Washington Library Association Annual Conference, Tacoma, WA. 

Garber-Pearson, R & Myers, P. (2017, June 10). Modeling effective faculty-librarian collaboration [Blog post]. At the Center, University of Washington Center for Teaching and Learning. 

Garber-Pearson, R. (2017 June). Naming it: Social justice in the institution. Alki: The Washington Library Association Journal. 

Garber-Pearson, R. & Chin Roemer, R. (2017). Keeping up with... digital pedagogyACRL Current Awareness Publication.

Garber-Pearson, R. (2016). Motivating student learning online. Talk presented at Association of College and Research Libraries-- OR/WA Joint Fall Conference, Menucha, Oregon. 

Social Justice and Libraries Open Conference, Conference Organizer, May 14, 2016, Seattle WA.

Garber-Pearson, R. (2016). Personal and institutional decolonization practices: Exploring intersections of Indigenous knowledge formation and queer epistemologies to disrupt the scholarly canon. Paper presented at Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies Colloquium, Vancouver B.C.

Garber-Pearson, R. (2016). Queering the library classroom. Poster presented at University of Washington Teaching & Learning Symposium, Seattle WA.

Garber-Pearson, R., Weatherford, A.M., & Whitney, C. (2015). Acting ip! Interactive theater as pedagogy. Presented at Scholars' Studio, University of Washington Research Commons, Seattle WA.

Garber-Pearson, R., Grantz, E., Reibel, A., & Sullivan, K. (2015, Winter). Finding gender association in picture books. Circulation, 42-48.

Garber-Pearson, R. (2014). Finding Identity Through Shared Vision. ACRL WA Newsletter, no. 74: 2. 


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