Sarah Morris is a librarian and educator with a decade of experience working in libraries, museums, K-12 schools, and higher education environments. Sarah currently works as a Research Coordinator and Instructional Strategist with media nonprofit Hacks/Hackers where she is partnering with the University of Washington on projects investigating misinformation. Previously, Sarah worked as the Head of Instruction and Engagement at the Emory University Libraries and has also held positions at the University of Texas, Loyola University Chicago. She co-founded Nucleus Learning Network, an educational nonprofit dedicated to providing training and consulting opportunities for educators hoping to grow their skills in STEM and digital literacy education. Sarah has worked on curriculum projects with organizations including the Mozilla Foundation, The Carter Center, and Global Voices NewsFrames. She has a Master’s degree in the Humanities from the University of Chicago and a Master’s degree in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin.