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Ingah Davis-Crawford

Library Associate
School of Law
Vincent C. Immel Law Library


B.A., Education, Saint Louis University, 1990
Master of Distance Education, University of Maryland University College, 2010
Master of Science, Instructional Design & Technology, 2016

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Ingah Davis-Crawford is a native St. Louisan and works in the Government Information/Instructional Services Department at SLU LAW's Vincent C. Immel Law Library. She specializes in instructional design and educational theory.  As an Instructional Designer, she collaborates with the library’s professors in the creation of learning content, multi-media learning objects and pedagogy based instruction methods.  Ingah is a member of the Masters in Distance Education & e-Learning Group UMUC, National Conference of African American Librarians (NCAAL), and the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA).  In her spare time, Ingah’s hobbies include glass/canvas painting and cross-stitching.