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Msitar is the user name for Meghan Sitar. I'm Director of Connected Scholarship at the University of Michigan Library. I was previously Director of Research and Learning Services at Olin and Uris Libraries at Cornell University and Instruction and Outreach Librarian at the University of Texas at Austin, where I hosted editing meet-ups in Perry–Castañeda Library.
I love helping with local edit-a-thons in southeast Michigan. Most recently I have contributed to our Ann Arbor Art and Feminism Wikipedia Editathons, an Ada Lovelace Day Edit-a-thon at the University of Michigan focused on improving content related to women in STEM, and a Detroit '67 Edit-a-thon at the Detroit Institute of Arts.