Applied Information Management

Miriam Rigby, MA, MLIS

Lecturer, Applied Information Management Program, University of Oregon
Associate Librarian, University of Oregon Libraries

AIM affiliation since 2013.


Electronic Information and Research


BA, cultural anthropology, 2002, Reed College
MA, social sciences, 2004, University of Chicago
MLIS, 2008, University of Washington

Areas Of Expertise

Open access publishing, physical and linguistic interaction, publication cycles and citation trends in anthropology, human interaction with information


Miriam Rigby has been the anthropology, sociology, and ethnic studies subject specialist librarian at the University of Oregon (UO) since 2008. Her responsibilities include providing extensive research consultation and instruction services for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Rigby provides research services in-person and virtually, manages the collections for her subject areas, and heads the collection development group for all of the social sciences. She has also taught and co-taught a variety of for-credit, research-focused courses for the UO's undergraduate population.

Professional Organization

University of Oregon Libraries

Organization Information

The mission of the University of Oregon Libraries is to enrich the student learning experience, encourage exploration and research at all levels, and contribute to advancements in access to scholarly resources.

The Applied Information Management Master's Degree is an Interdisciplinary Studies program through the Graduate School.