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Ask a Librarian Workshop: Back to Basics: Speaker Bios

About Our Speakers

Ann Roselle is a faculty librarian at Phoenix College. She has a MS in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and a MA in Sociology from Northwestern University. She has served as an academic librarian for over 25 years at a variety of different institutions, including a small liberal arts college, a regional university, and a national university in Botswana. She has presented at local, regional and national conferences, including ACRL, LOEX, and Lilly conferences. Her research has been published in academic journals such as College and Research Libraries, Journal of Academic Librarianship, and Research Strategies. Her current research interests are in the areas of developmental education, student success, and information literacy. 



Zoë Luter is a faculty librarian at Mesa Community College serving in roles such as Outreach and Reference Services since 2004.  Five years after immigrating from the U.K, she became a proud green card holder and was thrilled to have her first legal job as a student worker at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Media Center.  Zoë’s other library gigs include working for Coconino Community College, Northern Arizona University, Tohono O’odham Nation and the Chandler Public Library. With Zoë’s current focus on Culturally Responsive Teaching, she is committed to infusing inclusive practices into her teaching and into the physical library environment.