Subject Areas:

  • Apparel Merchandising and Art & Art History

Carter’s research interests revolve around increasing access to art information through a variety of channels.

Her publications include topics such as the use of controlled vocabularies in providing access to digital surrogates of special collections materials, and investigations into the research needs of artists and designers in relationship to the Association of College and Research Libraries' Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Learning, and equity in art library circulation policies.

Her research interests span across access services, information literacy, and outreach. Carter's particular focus is on research needs of practicing studio artists and studio art undergraduates.

Library Science, Library Science, Library Science
MLS, Indiana University Bloomington, 2007
MA, Indiana University Bloomington, Art History, 2007
BA, Smith College, Art History and Italian Language and Literature, 2003