Angela Pashia has over a decade of experience as an academic librarian focusing on teaching critical information literacy, mentoring colleagues, working against structural oppression within libraries, and growing as a collaborative leader. Angela’s latest book, Using Open Educational Resources to Promote Social Justice, co-edited with CJ Ivory, is expected to be published late in 2022. Angela’s first co-edited book (with Jessica Critten), Critical Approaches to Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Courses, was selected as an ACRL Instruction Section, Teaching Methods Committee Selected Resource in 2020. Angela currently works as Professor / Head of Learning & Research Support at Ingram Library, University of West Georgia. Website.
|An Introduction to Writing or Editing an Academic Book||Angela Pashia||2023-12 (Dec)||$200.00|
|Strategic Approaches to Managing Your Workload||Angela Pashia||2023-11 (Nov), 2024-05 (May)||$200.00|
|Strategizing the Promotion (and Tenure) Dossier||Angela Pashia||2023-08 (Aug)||$200.00|
|Beyond Libraries: Translating Your Skills to Other Contexts||Angela Pashia||2023-06 (Jun), 2024-04 (Apr)||$200.00|
|Coaching as a Leadership Skill||Angela Pashia||2024-02 (Feb)||$200.00|
|Writing for Publication in Scholarly or Trade Outlets||Angela Pashia||2023-07 (Jul), 2024-03 (Mar)||$200.00|
|Examining Institutional Racism in Libraries||Angela Pashia, Lorin Jackson||2024-01 (Jan)||$200.00|