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About Lindsay Davis


Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS) School of Information, San José State University, San Jose, CA (2011)

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History, minor in English College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, California State University Stanislaus, Turlock, CA (2008)


Hernandez, E., Godbey, S., Santiago, A., Garcia, K., & Davis, L. (2016, Aug.). Reading about diversity: Developing and reflecting on inclusive instructional resources. Poster presented at the National Diversity in Libraries Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Davis, L., Davidson Squibb, S., & McMunn-Tetangco, E. (2017, March 8). Assessing the value of library instruction using Qualtrics online survey software. Poster presented at the Assessment as Research Symposium, Merced, CA.


ACRL Instruction Section Instruction for Diverse Populations Committee

  • Secretary, 2015/2016

ACRL College Libraries Section Communications Committee

  • Newsletter editor, 2016/2017
  • Co-chair, 2017/2018

ACRL Library Marketing and Outreach Interest Group

  • Incoming Co-convener, 2016-2017
  • Co-convener, 2017-2018

Contact Lindsay

UC Merced Library


Professional Interests

  • Library instruction
  • Education technology
  • Information literacy
  • Library marketing and outreach
  • Diversity

What does Lindsay really do?

My main duties are teaching research skills, developing digital learning tools, answering research questions online via chat and in person through research consultations, and communicating about library services to students, faculty, and staff. I am the liaison to the Social Sciences, including economics, public health, and management.