About the Editors
Irina Rogova (she/her) is the Digital Resources Archivist for the Morse Department of Special Collections at Kansas State University. Alongside working to build access to digital archives, her professional interests include creating transformative learning experiences for students in the archive and interrogating the proliferation of surveillance technology in archival spaces.
Ryan Leimkuehler (he/him) is the University Archivist for the Morse Department of Special Collections at Kansas State University. His research and professional interests focus on the use of primary sources in K-12 and higher education and working primary source literacy into education pedagogy. He has also contributed to The Handbook of Archival Practice focusing on training and education.
Sara K. Kearns, Ph.D., (she/her) is a professor and Academic Services Librarian at Kansas State University. She teaches a course about reading old stuff, is part of the team that created the award-winning New Literacies Alliance open-access information literacy modules, and co-authored the book, Creating and Sharing Online Library Instruction: A How-To-Do-It Manual For Librarians.
Veronica L. Denison (she/her) is the Digital Archivist and Special Collections Librarian at Rhode Island College. Along with managing the Special Collections and Digital Initiatives Unit, she is also responsible for teaching students how to use and analyze primary sources and has co-authored “Teaching Archival Research Methods through Projects in Ethnohistory,” published in the Journal of Western Archives.This project received a grant from Kansas State University’s Open/Alternative Access Initiative.