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Ingah Davis-Crawford is the Instructional Resources Coordinator and Scholarship Commons Institutional Repository Manager for the Vincent C. Immel Law Library at Saint Louis University School of Law (SLU Law). Ingah received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Saint Louis University in 1990. She received a Master’s in Distance Education (M.D.E) from the University of Maryland University College in 2010 and a Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (M.S.I.D.T.) from Brandeis University in 2016. She specializes in instructional design, educational theory and instructional materials development. In her work at the Law School Library, she collaborates with the Library’s professors in the creation of learning content like the lesson presented here, multi-media learning objects and pedagogy-based instruction methods. As manager of Scholarship Commons, the library’s proprietary institutional repository, she oversees and collaborates on the collection and preservation of faculty academic scholarship in various formats, SLU Law legal journals, special collections (e.g., The Childress Lectures) and student blog postings.