Megan Carlton

Megan Carlton joined University Libraries as the science librarian and assistant professor in the Department of Research, Outreach, and Instruction. She holds a bachelor of science in animal science from Middle Tennessee State University and a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Tennessee. Megan lives with her husband, two daughters, and three dogs. Prior to becoming a proud parent, she enjoyed traveling, horseback riding, kayaking, and training her dogs party tricks. Now, she usually manages to read one book a month.

There are 15 included publications by Megan Carlton :

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Bonding chemistry with data: Developing disciplinary data literacy competencies [poster] 2020 0 Poster presented on October 9, 2020 at the STELLA (Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action) biennial unconference. Science and instructional librarians often teach information literacy specific to their discipline. However, da...
Citizen Science in the Academic Library Part 1 [slides] 2020 4 Slides from a webinar series sponsored by the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) on July 24, 2020. Academic libraries can bring citizen science to the campus and to the community, whether through supporting the integration of citizen ...
Citizen Science in the Academic Library Part 2 [slides] 2020 5 Slides from a webinar series sponsored by the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) on July 31, 2020. Academic libraries can bring citizen science to the campus and to the community, whether through supporting the integration of citizen ...
Citizen Science projects and partnerships in academia [slides] 2020 52 Webinar presented on April 17, 2020 as part of the the ACRL Science and Technology Section Information Literacy Chat.The webinar discussion will include:An introduction to citizen science.How citizen science can be incorporated into academic STEM cla...
Collecting data with citizen science: Ways to help your researchers make a big impact [poster] 2020 3 Poster presented on October 9, 2020 at the STELLA (Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action) biennial unconference. Citizen science is happening with or without you! This talk will give you a quick introduction to what citizen s...
The 'elements' of data literacy: Exploring competencies in undergraduate chemistry education [poster] 2020 20 Poster presented at the 2020 ALA virtual conference ACRL Science and Technology Section Annual Research Forum (6/19/202-6/24/2020). Even as data services librarians are hired at universities, subject specialists may still be called upon to offer data...
An Introduction to Citizen Science [slides] 2020 2 Presented on August 27, 2020 as part of the UNCG University Libraries Virtual Learning Community.
Libraries: Spaces to find primary sources in the sciences vs. humanities [poster] 2019 62 Poster presented at NCLA October 18, 2019. While primary sources refer to sources that contain original information, the distinction varies between subject areas and disciplines. Journal articles are considered secondary sources in the Humanities be...
A petri dish is not a primary source, or is it? Identifying primary sources in STEM that support scientific inquiry [Slides] 2019 30 As part of a larger community initiative , a workshop was held for Guilford County School instructors and media specialists at UNCG Greensboro on August 6, 2019. Focusing on the value of using primary sources across disciplines, the day-long workshop...
Programming for citizen science across barriers: Opportunities for school, public, and academic libraries [slides] 2019 130 Slides from a presentation given June 5, 2019 at the Metrolina Library Association Annual Conference in Charlotte, NC.

The increase in popularity and awareness of citizen science projects has led to an astounding variety of opportunities for c...
Stimulating a Stagnant STEM Collection: Spotlight on the Revitalization of MTSU Library’s K-12 STEM Education Resources 2018 62 The Curriculum Collection at MTSU’s James E. Walker Library is a specialized collection that serves pre-K through 12th grade undergraduate education majors, graduate students enrolled in M.Ed., Ed.S., and Ph.D. programs in education, local K-12 educa...
Technology + Reading Comprehension Strategies = Literacy Instruction Excellence! [slides] 2017 16 Slides from a presentation given on November 10, 2017 at the American Association for School Librarians (AASL) National Conference in Phoenix, AZ. This session will provide an overview of best practices in reading comprehension instruction. Intersper...
Two birds one stone: Supporting data literacy and encouraging civic engagement using framework-inspired library programming [slides] 2019 187 Slides from presentation given October 18, 2019 at the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) Conference in Winston Salem, NC. One of the challenges of supporting data literacy at the library is implementation across multiple levels of learning an...
What in the Zooniverse! Science literacy programming across libraries using citizen science [slides] 2019 49 Slides from a presentation given at the Virginia Library Association (VLA) Annual Conference October 24th, 2019. An introduction to citizen science and how it contributes to scientific literacy. We will look at a variety of projects for inspiration...
Where to start with citizen science programming: An introduction for librarians [slides] 2020 7 Slides from presentation given July 17, 2020 at the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) "Uncancelled" Virtual Conference. This program was part of the STEM-LINC section summer programming. Public participation in scientific research through cit...