- Mulder, Megan, & Jones, Carolyn. (2012). Putting the Material in Materiality: the Embedded Special Collections Librarian. Past is Portal : Enhancing Undergraduate Learning through Special Collections and Archives. Association of College and Research Libraries: Chicago, IL. #
- 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.
- Mulder, Megan. (2015, June). Teaching with Special Collections: The Classroom as Liberal Arts Laboratory. Annual conference, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, Oakland, CA. #
- Mulder, Megan. (2013, October). The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection: A Collaborative Project Providing Digital Access to Primary Materials. North Carolina Library Association 2013 Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Mulder, Megan. (2013, October). Stuff in Dusty Boxes: Connecting Undergraduates with Special Collections Holdings. North Carolina Library Association 2013 Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.
- Mulder, Megan, & Petersen, Rebecca. (2013, June). Poster session: Hidden Treasures: The Max and Gertrude Hoffmann Papers. Annual conference of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of Association of College and Research Libraries, Minneapolis, MN.
- Mulder, Megan. (2013, June). Lifting the Curtain: Interlibrary Loan and Special Collections. Annual conference of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of Association of College and Research Libraries, Minneapolis, MN.
Note: Above is a selection of Megan’s professional activity.
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- Color Our Collections, February 2016
- Report on Meteorology to the Secretary of the Navy, by James P. Espy (1850), January 2016
- Religion in NC Digitization Project Completed, January 2016
- The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde (1899), November 2015
- A Source for Shakespeare’s History, October 2015
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