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Professional Profile

Curriculum Vitae

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I'm a graduate of Penn's Graduate School of Education. I earned a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D), in 1997. My dissertation topic was "A Critical Analysis of Strategic Decision Making for Information Technology in Academic Research Libraries," a study of the decision-making process for the acquisition of large scale information technology at academic institutions - although focusing on the library's decision process for acquiring a new library management system. Prior to that I earned my MLS at Drexel University, and my undergraduate degree (in American Studies) is from Temple University.


I am currently on hiatus from teaching as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Drexel University College of Information Science & Technology. I have taught the Academic Library Services (I651) course for several years, as well as courses in information resources and business librarianship.


I enjoy writing and try to publish an article or two each year. In addition I maintain the Kept-Up Academic Librarian blog which I believe can help my colleagues keep up-to-date with news and events in higher education, and I am a member of the blogging team for ACRLog. I also add occasional posts at the Designing Better Libraries blog. In March 2009 I started writing the "From the Bell Tower" column (see link below) for Library Journal Academic Newswire. This weekly column explores the intersection of academic librarianship and higher education.


Follow These Blogs

ACRLog - the official blog of ACRL

Designing Better Libraries- using design and innovation
to create better libraries and user experiences
From the Bell Tower- my monthly column for Libary Journal Academic Newswire on the intersection between higher ed and libraries
Leading From the Library- my monthly column for Libary Journal Academic Newswire on the intersection between higher ed and libraries