Teresa Schultz

Teresa Schultz

Teresa Schultz

Social Sciences Librarian Journalism, Judicial Studies, Political Science, Sociology

Summary

My work as the social sciences librarian involves helping faculty and students in journalism, judicial studies, political science, sociology, and social psychology, including teaching information literacy. I also educate university members about new initiatives in scholarly publishing, such as open access, open data, and open educational resources. I help answer copyright questions, including issues related to teaching and research. 

I received my M.L.S. from Indiana University-Indianapolis. Before working as an academic librarian, I worked for 10 years as a newspaper reporter. Making sure people have access to information important to them is my jam.

On top of trying to convince researchers to make their work open, I also like to read and travel (two more states, and I'll have visited every state in the country).

Education

M.S., Library Science, Indiana University-Indianapolis


Selected Publications

  • Auch Schultz, T. (2018). Practicing what you preach: Evaluating access of open access research. Journal of Electronic Publishing, 21(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/3336451.0021.103
  • Bull, J., and Auch Schultz, T. (2018). Harvesting the academic landscape: Streamlining the ingestion of professional scholarship metadata into the institutional repository. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 6(1). http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2201
  • Yoon, A., and Auch Schultz, T. (2017). Research data management services in academic libraries in the U.S.: A content analysis of libraries’ websites. College & Research Libraries, 78(7), 920-933. https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.78.7.920
  • Auch Schultz, T. (2017). Opening up communication: Assessing the impact open access practices in the communication studies discipline. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 5(1). http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2131

Selected Presentations

  • Nevada Library Association/Mountain Plains Library Association Joint Conference - Stateline, NV, Oct. 16-18, 2017: Teaching Data Literacy While Saving the Environment 
  • Northwest Institutional Repository User Group - Portland, OR, July 21, 2017: Using Needs Assessment to Develop an Institutional Repository (with A. Medaille)
  • Technology Summit - Reno, NV, Nov. 29, 2016: Open Educational Resources
  • Digital Commons+ Great Lakes User Group Annual Conference - Detroit, MI, July 30-31, 2015:  Make It Work: Patching Together a New IR Workflow to Sustain Growth

Selected Posters

  • Society of American Archivists Research Forum—Washington, D.C. Aug. 14-18, 2018:  Academic Special Collections and the Myths of Copyright (with D. Miller)
  • Kraemer Copyright Conference—Colorado Springs, CO, June 4-6, 2018:  Permission to Publish Required: A Study of Copyright-Related Policies of U.S. Academic Special Collections (with D. Miller)

To see more of my scholarly work, please see my ORCID profile.