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Regina Lee Roberts

Bibliographer for Anthropology & Archaeology

Communication & Journalism

Feminist Studies

and Lusophone Africa Collections

(650) 206-3528

My work centers on facilitating the research process. I assist Stanford University students, faculty, staff and visiting scholars in the navigation and organization of information resources. I teach searching techniques that enable researchers to dig deeper into the invaluable collections held by Stanford University Libraries.  

My collection development responsibilities include the following subject areas:

  • Anthropology & Archaeology,
  • Communication & Journalism,
  • Feminist Studies,
  • Lusophone (Portuguese speaking) Africa,
  • Sports & Recreation

Within these subject areas, I serve as the primary liaison between the library and the aforementioned academic departments and programs. I provide in-person and online consultations as well as library tours and workshops. I design learner-centered workshops infused with course specific content. I invite faculty and teaching assistants to contact me to schedule a session.

I am interested in archiving social science data for long term perservation and re-use.

Course number Term Guide Instructor
Sociology 200 - Seminar Fall 2013 Sociology 200 Saperstein, A.
CSRE 55M: Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Seminar Fall 2012 CSRE 55M: MMUF Seminar Dr. Jose David Saldivar with Cristina Lash (TA)
SOC 180A/280A Spring 2013 Foundations of Social Research Soc 180A/280A Roy
PWR 2CAB Winter 2014 Rhetoric of Gender and Technology Alfano
Think 22 Winter 2014 Think 22: Who Owns the Past? Archaeology, Heritage and Global Conflicts Carter, Tara and Hodder, Ian
COMM 143, 243 Spring 2014 Communication 143/243 Communication Policy and Regulation James T. Hamilton, Anita Varma (TA)
PWR 1KC Fall 2014 Rhetoric of Gender and Sexuality in Popular Culture Karli Cerankowski

Regina Lee Roberts

Bibliographer for Anthropology & Archaeology

Communication & Journalism

Feminist Studies

and Lusophone Africa Collections

My work centers on facilitating the research process. I assist Stanford University students, faculty, staff and visiting scholars in the navigation and organization of information resources. I teach searching techniques that enable researchers to dig deeper into the invaluable collections held by Stanford University Libraries.  

My collection development responsibilities include the following subject areas:

  • Anthropology & Archaeology,
  • Communication & Journalism,
  • Feminist Studies,
  • Lusophone (Portuguese speaking) Africa,
  • Sports & Recreation

Within these subject areas, I serve as the primary liaison between the library and the aforementioned academic departments and programs. I provide in-person and online consultations as well as library tours and workshops. I design learner-centered workshops infused with course specific content. I invite faculty and teaching assistants to contact me to schedule a session.

I am interested in archiving social science data for long term perservation and re-use.

Education 

  • MA, African Studies, Stanford University
  • MLIS, Library and Information Science, San Jose State University
  • BA, Government and Luso-Brazilian Studies, Smith College

Professional activities 

 

My ORCID Id:
orcid.org/0000-0002-9037-502X

African Studies Association

  • Africana Librarians Council
  • Lusophone African Studies Association

American Anthropological Association

American Library Association

  • Anthropology and Sociology Section (ANSS) of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)

American Sociological Association

Qualitative Methods Initiative |Institute for Research in the Social Sciences

  • Member of Faculty and Academic Staff Steering Committee

 

Selected Publications 

 

Roberts, Regina Lee, & Taormina, Mattie. (2013). Collaborative co-design for library workshops. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian,   32(1), 46-56. DOI: 10.1080/01639269.2013.755875

Roberts, Regina Lee. (2007) The Evolving landscape of the learning commons. Library Review, 56(9), 803 - 810. DOI: 10.1108/00242530710831257 

 
 
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