Collection and Organizational Data Analysis Librarian
Northwestern University Libraries
Qiana Johnson is the Collection and Organizational Data Analysis Librarian at the Northwestern University Libraries and is the subject specialist for Global Health and Public Policy. She has worked at the Northwestern University Libraries since 2004 first as a Reference and Instruction Librarian before moving into her current position in 2014. Her recent research interests include collection assessment methods at large research libraries and strategic planning for collections. She is a member the Library Freedom Project and the American Library Association's Policy Corps.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
12:15 PM – 1:00 PM CT