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Liz Grauel

Assistant Professor; Digital Pedagogy Librarian

Full-Time Faculty

Libraries: Teaching, Research, and Engagement


Email: Liz Grauel
Phone: 937-229-4284
Roesch Library 112



Liz plays a role in developing and advancing digital pedagogy and curricular support for faculty in all disciplines. She collaborates with colleagues in the libraries and across campus to develop, maintain, and promote relevant, high-quality instruction and support services related to digital pedagogy, such as digital storytelling, data visualization and mapping, consulting in the creation of online information literacy modules, and collaborating on the development of digital exhibits. She also serves as liaison to the School of Business Administration, working with faculty and their research and curricular needs.


  • B.A., University of Dayton (2008)
  • M.L.I.S., Dominican University (2023)

Professional Activities

  • Member of the American Libraries Association (ALA)
  • Member of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
  • Member of the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)
  • Editorial Associate & Special Projects Coordinator for the Critical Race Theory Collective (CRTc)

Research Interests

  • Digital Equity
  • Critical Digital Pedagogy
  • Community Informatics

Selected Publications

  • Grauel, E. (2023). Give Peace a Chance: Introducing "Peace Lit" as Genre in Public Libraries. Public Libraries, 62(2)
  • Grauel, E. (2022). Disrupting Institutional Racism in the Public Library. World Libraries, 26(2).
  • Grauel, E. (2022). Traffic Jams on the Information Superhighway: The Intersectional Internet as a Roadmap for Progressive Research, 38(4).