Jade Winn

Jade Winn is an associate university librarian at the University of Southern California (USC). In 2009, she joined the USC Libraries faculty as the Head of Social Work and Education Library Services. Since promotion to her current role as the Assistant Dean of Instruction, Assessment and Engagement, she has spent nearly a decade supporting programs and planning for USC Libraries. Jade’s research and expertise focus on global citizenship as an outcome of higher education; information literacy; evidence synthesis research methods; diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism (DEIA+AR) pedagogy & curriculum; non-medical sciences systematic reviews (NMSSRs); artificial intelligence (AI) in education; and advanced quantitative research methods in social sciences. Her current responsibilities involve developing and launching evidence synthesis services, including systematic and scoping reviews, for USC’s University Park Campus.

Jade earned a BA in psychology from San Diego State University, an MMLIS from San Jose State University, and an EdD in educational leadership studies from the University of San Diego. She has a strong publication record, consisting of numerous academic articles and presentations spanning her career.

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