Monthly Archives: July 2014


Internet Librarian International will take place in October in London. 2014 Theme – Positive Change: Creating Real Impact UNDERSTAND the changes you can make to ensure your communities thrive LEARN about emerging models and roles that meet the changing demands of end-users HEAR how libraries – and librarians – must change to be […]

ILI’s Keynote Speakers





Note: This is the abstract for my keynote at the IFLA Information Literacy Satellite Meeting in Limerick, Ireland the week before IFLA in Lyon. http://www.iflasatellitelimerick.com/page/15/keynote-speakers/ The Hyperlinked Library: Everywhere and Anytime Learning Spaces Emerging mechanisms for global communication and collaboration are changing the world and the way the world learns and […]

IFLA Information Literacy Satellite Meeting: The Hyperlinked Library: Everywhere and ...




Note: This is a draft of a chapter for the upcoming book An Introduction to Today’s Information Services edited by Dr. Sandra Hirsh. Dr. Hirsh, Director of SJSU SLIS, graciously allowed me to publish the draft here for feedback and comment. Special thanks to my research assistant Margaret Jean Campbell for her […]

Serving the User When and Where They Are: Hyperlinked Libraries



Expert Series – Mobile and Web Technologies Date/Time Date(s) – 07/21/2014 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Mobile and Web technologies are creating a world of everywhere and anytime learning opportunities, and libraries can play a key role in this future. Imagine the emerging hyperlinked library as an active creation space, […]

See You in Tampa!


The Librarian Stereotype
Edited by Nicole Pagowsky & Miriam Rigby Published by ACRL Publications “…why, in spite of evolving efforts, does racial and ethnic diversity among librarians remain virtually unchanged within academic libraries?” The chapter, “Unpacking Identity: Racial, Ethnic, and Professional Identity and Academic Librarians of Color,” written by Isabel Gonzalez-Smith, Azusa Tanaka, and […]

Unpacking Identity Chapter in The Librarian Stereotype