Karolina Andersdotter is a librarian & an information advocate. She has been getting on by wit since 1988 and can best be described as a 21st century Oscar Wilde passionate about books, libraries, and the internet.

She is currently a PhD candidate in information studies at Åbo Akademi University, where she researches perceptions of freedom of expression, privacy, and trust in government among librarians and library users. In 2017—2021 she worked as digital scholarship librarian at Uppsala University Library. She has previously worked at IFLA with library and information policy issues.

She holds a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science (hons, dissertation – it’s excellent, DIK says so!) from Uppsala University and a Master of Arts in Digital Asset and Media Management (hons, dissertation) from King’s College London.

You can hire her to do great things (she’s awesome) or small things (she pays attention to detail) or exciting things (she’s an outside-of-the-box thinker, mainly because she was never assimilated by the Borg) or all at the same time. She also makes great coffee! Send her an e-mail or an owl if you want to talk more.

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