Amanda Ros (she/her/hers) received her M.S. in Library & Information Studies from Florida State University in 2006. She joined the University Libraries at Texas A&M University as a Clinical Associate Professor in 2016. She is the Coordinator of Monograph Copy Cataloging. Amanda has also been a remote Project Cataloger for the Library of Congress.
Ms. Ros’s research and service focuses on the development of international cataloging standards and biases in library subject headings and classification systems. She has written an article about biases in subject headings that has been read over 44,000 times, shared on social media over 1,700 times, and was subsequently invited to be interviewed on the topic for inclusion in the curriculum of a Masters-level Library Science course on Cataloging at the University of Denver.
Keywords = Academic Libraries, Gender, Race, Collection Development, Implicit Bias, Public Libraries, Special Libraries, Diversity, Inclusion, LGBTQIA+, Equity, Cataloging, Metadata
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