Thank you, Scott.

I am grateful for this opportunity and look forward to the work. I’m also deeply thankful for the efforts of our founding co-conveners Shea Swauger and Yasmeen Shorish. The vision and energy required for building and sustaining a working group like this is a real achievement and I am so appreciative—it has offered all of us the opportunity to gather and respond to shared concerns.

As Scott indicated, we will be in touch soon with plans for 2020.





Michelle Gibeault (she/her)

Scholarly Engagement Librarian for the Humanities

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library | Tulane University

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Subject: Announcement: new co-convener for DLF Technologies of Surveillance


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Hi everyone, 


Please join me in welcoming Michelle Gibeault as the next co-convener for the Technologies of Surveillance Working Group. 


We received two submissions to our recent co-convener nomination form, and they were both for Michelle! So I'm happy to share that Michelle has accepted, and Michelle and I are now working to shape the 2020 agenda for the ToS group.


In the coming weeks, watch for updates related to:

  • Our next all-group call
  • A new name and/or tagline for the group
  • A newly revised structure for the sub-groups
  • New outreach and training opportunities for ToS materials 

I'd also like to recognize our outgoing co-convener, Shea Swauger, for performing two-years of service as the leader of ToS. Thank you, Shea! 

Please be in touch with any questions or feedback.

All best, 


Scott W. H. Young (he/him)

Associate Professor, UX & Assessment Librarian

Montana State University

Editor at Weave: Journal of Library User Experience


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