Dr. Sarah Clark

Dr. Sarah ClarkDr. Clark has a decade of progressively responsible experience at Rogers State University. Starting in 2005 as a front desk paraprofessional during her MLIS, she became Access Services and Distance Learning Librarian in 2006, and was promoted to Associate Library Director in 2012.

Outside of work hours, Dr. Clark podcasts and blogs about library leadership, and has published articles and book chapters on the effectiveness of distance library services, the information search experiences of nontraditional students, and Critical Information Literacy.

She has also presented at regional, national, and international library conferences, and is the current President of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries.

Dr. Clark completed her PhD in Higher Education Leadership from Oklahoma State University in May 2016.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Leadership (Higher Ed.)
Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 2016
Dissertation Title: On the other side of the reference desk: Exploring undergraduates’ lived experiences of Formal and Informal Information Search Mediation through the ACRL Framework

Master of Library and Information Studies
University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 2006

B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) in Letters
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
May 1999