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College of Information and Communications

Presentations & Publications

Presentations

Kitzie, V., Wagner, T.L., & Vera, N. (2020). “In the beginning, it was little whispers…now, we’re almost a roar”: Conceptualizing a model for community and self in LGBTQ+ health information practices. Paper to be presented at 2020 iConference, Borås, Sweden, March 23-25.


Wagner, T.L. & Kitzie, V.K. (2020). Becoming targets and stepping stones: Mapping queerness and other visibilities in LGBTQ+ health information practices. Paper to be presented at UNC Asheville's 2020 Queer Studies Conference, April 3-5.


Kitzie, V., Wagner, T.L., Vera, A.N., & Lookingbill, V. (2019). Resituating public library values to leverage the health information practices of South Carolina LGBTQ+ communities. Paper presented at the Library Research Seminar (LRS) 2019 Conference, Columbia, SC, October 16-18.


Kitzie, V.L., Wagner, T.L., Vera, A.N., & Lookingbill, V. (2019). “We try to find something for whatever obstacle might be in our way": Understanding the health information practices of South Carolina LGBTQ+ communities. Paper presented at the South Carolina Medical Librarian Association 69th Annual Meeting, Savannah, GA, October 10-12.


Kitzie, V., Wagner, T.L., Vera, A.N., & Lookingbill, V. (2019). Interrogating how information (re)produces systemic barriers within LGBTQ+ communities to inform global LIS education. Paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) 2019 Conference, Knoxville, TN, September 24-26.


Kitzie, V.L., Wagner, T.L., Vera, A.N., & Lookingbill, V. (2019). "Like two beach umbrellas put together": Investigating the health information practices of South Carolina LGBTQ+ communities. Poster presented at the 12th Annual James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture, Columbia, SC, April 23.

Publications

Kitzie, V., Wagner, T.L., & Vera, N. (in press). “In the beginning, it was little whispers…now, we’re almost a roar”: Conceptualizing a model for community and self in LGBTQ+ health information practices. In the iConference 2020 Proceedings.


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