SARAH STANG

EDUCATION

MLIS 2010 McGill
BA Anthropology 2007 UBC

EMPLOYMENT

Consultant, October 2014 – present
I work as an information systems consultant with non-profits and small businesses.

AskAway Contract Librarian, May 2018 - present

Systems & Data Librarian, December 2017 – June 2018 Okanagan College (term, leave replacement)

Web Services Librarian, January 2017- November 2017 Okanagan College (term, leave replacement)

Learning Services Librarian, July 2010 – October 2014 University of British Columbia’s Okanagan Library (confirmed 2014)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATION & PUBLICATIONS

ER&L, April 2017, Austin TX
Frierson, E., Grigsby, L. & Stang, S. (2017) APPlatform for Discovery: Building a Unique Experience through Discovery Apps

American Library Association, July 2014, Las Vegas NV
Stang, S. (2014) First Steps for First Nations Students: Stories of Success (poster)

Ontario Library Association, January 2014, Toronto ON
Ball, K., Berringer, H., Colgoni, A. & Stang, S. (2014) Climate Change – Scanning the Environment Inside and Out

Canadian Association of College and University Students Services, June 2013, Montreal QC
Stang, S. & Vedan, A. (2013) Partnering for Aboriginal Student Success: Embedded Librarianship

Academic Librarians in Public Service, December 2012, Vancouver, BC
Stang, S, & Stephens, S. (2012) Library Service Reviews: Trends, Implementation and Next Steps – the Core Competencies Task Group

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions 2012, Helsinki, Finland
Stang, S. & Vedan, A. (2012) First Steps for First Nation Students: The Library as a Partner for Student Success
https://www.ifla.org/past-wlic/2012/130-stang-en.pdf

Canadian Learning Commons Conference 2012, Calgary AB
Stang, S. & Wang, C. (2012) Student engagement one brick at a time: Want them to come? Let them build it! A Student Library Advisory Council’s role in a library re-design project

British Columbia Library Association 2011, Victoria BC
Stang, S., Mitchell. M., & Vedan, A. (2011) First Steps for First Nations Students