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