Lindsay C. Sarin is the MLS Program Coordinator, Reviews Editor of The Library Quarterly, and a doctoral student in the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. Lindsay currently holds an MLS from the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests include information policy and its relationship to library advocacy, information literacy services to diverse populations, and library marketing. She also works on several ALA and ACRL Committees to promote association involvement to new information professionals. She can be found on Twitter @lcsarin.
John A. Shuler is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, Chicago University Library, where he is the Bibliographer for Urban Planning and Government Information/Documents Librarian For the last 25 years, Prof. Shuler’s teaching includes graduate information science and librarianship courses at Syracuse University, Dominican University, University of Oregon, as well as the University of Maryland. His is committed to researching issues that involve how libraries can incorporate government information and services into their organizational missions, government information policies, and specific ways governments can use information technology to foster civic engagement. He has written articles, book chapters, and co-authored books. Prof. Shuler serves as an editor for Government Information Quarterly, and served on the editorial board for Journal of Academic Librarianship.
Julie Strange is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland iSchool and a customer service, training, and technology consultant for libraries and non-profit organizations. Previously, she coordinated Maryland AskUsNow!, the 24/7 virtual reference service for the state of Maryland. Julie received her B.A. from Arcadia University in 2004 and her Masters of Library and Information Science from Rutgers in 2006.
Natalie Greene Taylor is a doctoral student at the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. She is a Graduate Research Associate at the Information Policy & Access Center in Maryland’s iSchool, where she works on projects relating to e-government, digital literacy and inclusion, school libraries, and children's health literacy. She received her Masters of Library Science at the University of Maryland-College Park, specializing in e-government and school library media, for which she is certified in the state of Maryland.