From Columbia, SC Went to Furman University in Greenville, SC, where I received my BA in History in 1993; received my MLIS from UNC-Greensboro in 2000. Worked at Coy C. Carpenter Library at Wake Forest University School of Medicine as a reference and circulation intern, and then became an archivist there once finishing my MLIS. Worked there for 4 years until moving over to the Reynolda Campus and the Wake Forest University Archives at the ZSR Library in 2005.
- Keener, Molly, Johnson, Vicki, & Collins, Bobbie. (2012). In-house Collaborative Mentoring Programs that Capitalize on Campus Community Strengths. College & Research Libraries News, 73(3), 134-146. #
- Johnson, Vicki, & Mulder, Megan. (2011). Lights, Camera, Action! Using Archival Collections in Student Documentary Films at Wake Forest University. Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists, 9(1), 35-45.
- Johnson, Vicki, & Petersen, Rebecca. (2013, October). We The People: Creating a More Perfect Archive. Tri-State Archivists' Conference, Greenville, SC (Furman University).
- Johnson, Vicki. (2013, May). Digitizing Dixie: Strategies for Placing Baptist Civil War Materials Online. ALABI/Baptist History and Heritage Annual Conference, Richmond, VA.
- Johnson, Vicki. (2012, June). Biblical Recorder Digitization Project. Baptist History and Heritage Society Annual Conference, First Baptist Church- Raleigh, NC.
- Petersen, Rebecca, & Johnson, Vicki. (2012, March). Keeping the Faith and Sharing it Too. SNCA Annual Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Below are a few recent posts by Vicki from the ZSR Professional Development blog.
- Vicki at Tri-State Archivists’ Conference 2013 (October 2013)
- SAA, once more (August 2013)
- Vicki at ALABI Conference (June 2013)
- Don’t Forget Them: Documenting Underserved and Underrepresented Groups in the Archives (October 2012)
- Pre-School, Wake Forest-Style (September 2012)
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