Monday to Friday
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Reference, Instruction and Outreach
Contact & Office Hours
Young Library, 101
English Language & Literature
Citation Management Software
M.L.I.S., Pratt Institute
B.A., Smith College
As part of the Smith Libraries Teaching, Learning and Research team, Jodi conducts course-related library instruction for the English department, First Year Seminars and provides instruction and assistance in the use of citation management software. She also coordinates library outreach efforts and participates in user experience activities related to reference, research and instruction services.
Before she became a librarian, Jodi was a singer-songwriter. She performed in venues and on street corners and subway platforms domestically and abroad. She has lived in various parts of the United States, including a 16-year stint in Brooklyn, NY where she earned her MLIS and began her career as a librarian at Brooklyn Public Library.
She is an avid bicycle commuter, meditator, cinephile and poetry lover.
Sustainability, Contemplative Pedagogy, Embedded Librarianship, and Transportation.
Shaw, Jodi. “Climate Change, Libraries, and Survival Literacy: A Practical Guide.” Paper presented at Libraries and Archives in the Anthropocene: A Colloquium, New York, NY, May 2017.
Charney, M. and Jodi Shaw. “Facing the Future: Facilitating Climate Conversation at Your Library.” Workshop presented at Metropolitan Library Council, New York, NY, May, 2017.
Shaw, Jodi. “Planting the Seeds: Libraries and Librarians as Agents of Change Within Their Communities.” Panelist at the American Library Association Conference, Orlando, FL, June, 2016.
Shaw, Jodi. “Don’t Break a Leg: Children’s Librarian as Performer,” Public Libraries Online, April 22, 2016, http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2016/04/dont-break-a-leg-childrens-libr....
Jodi Shaw, “With a Twist: Old Works get a New Life at the NYPL,” Public Libraries Online, March 22, 2016, http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2016/03/with-a-twist-old-works-get-a-ne....
Coordinator, ALA Sustainability Round Table