Keren Dali, Ph.D.

Welcome to my Home Page.

Here you can find information about my researchteachingawards, and academic service. The section with examples of student work contains link to associated websites and online projects.

You are welcome to contact me via email.


The article “Diversity by Design” , co-authored with Nadia Caidi and published in 2017 in The Library Quarterly, has received the prestigious ALA David Cohen/ EMIERT Multicultural Award. See the ALA official press release for more information.

I am currently completing two Certificates:

  • one in Diversity & Inclusion from the School of Industrial & Labor Relations, Cornell U and
  • another in Diversity in Public Libraries from the iSchool, U of Michigan

Check out my presentations at the 2018 ALISE conference in the conference proceedings online.

The paper Nadia Caidi and I have published “A two-way street: Building the recruitment narrative in LIS programs” has been selected as the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.

Check out our successful “Diversity by Design” symposium in Toronto, generously supported by a SSHRC Connection grant.

Here are the latest updates to my editorial & committee responsibilities:

Chair of the ALISE Professional Contribution Award Committee (2018-2019)

Member of the SIG INFO-LEARN and SIG-USE at ASIS&T  (2017-2018).

I am also actively involved with the IFLA Building Strong Library & Information Science Education group and the international survey of Professional Entry Requirements.


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