Digital Scholarship

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Work Experience

Publisher, Digital Scholarship, 4/05-present.

Assistant Dean for Digital Library Planning and Development, University Libraries, University of Houston, 11/87-1/07.

Prior titles: Assistant Dean for Systems, 11/87-7/03, and Assistant Director for Systems, 1/97-6/03. Promoted to the academic rank of Librarian (equivalent to Professor) effective 9/05.

Head, Systems and Research Services, Health Sciences Library, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 9/85-10/87.

Systems Librarian, The Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University, 2/83-9/85.

User Documentation Specialist, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, 1/81-1/83.

Media Library Manager, Learning Resources Center, SUNY College at Oswego, 9/76-8/79; 8/80-9/80.

Awards, Honors, Interviews, and Profiles

"Charles W. Bailey, Jr." Interview by Michèle V. Cloonan. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 44, no. 3 (2015): 136-142.

Best Content by an Individual Award by The Charleston Advisor.

Outstanding Issue Award, Dr. Ilene F. Rockman Award, Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence, 2006 (Given for my work on a special issue of Reference Services Review on reference librarians and institutional repositories.)

Library Journal Staff. "The Imagineer—Charles W. Bailey." Library Journal, 15 March 2003. (Movers & Shakers 2003: The People Who Are Shaping the Future of Libraries)

Special Achievement Award, University of Houston Libraries, 1998.

"Charles W. Bailey, Jr.: Editor, Publisher, Innovator." Interview by Tom Moothart. Serials Review 23, no. 1 (1997): 59-62.

LITA/Library Hi Tech Award for Outstanding Achievement in Communicating to Educate Practitioners Within the Library Field in Library and Information Technology, Library and Information Technology Association, 1993.

Network Citizen Award, Apple Library of Apple Computer, Inc., 1992.

"Brought to You by . . ." Interview by Carol Ebbinghouse. Research & Education Networking 2 (March 1991): 12-15. Ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record.

Second Place, Wallace Stevens Poetry Award, 1973.

Education

MLS, Information and Library Science.
Honors: Beta Phi Mu International Library Honor Society.

M.A., Education (Instructional Media and Technology).
Honors: Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

B.A., Speech (Communication).

Continuing education: 35 credits in computer science and programming.

Editor, Editorial Boards, and Publication Teams

Current Cites, team member, 2001-2020. Contributed over 200 reviews to this monthly publication.

Information Technology and Libraries, Editorial Board member, 2006-2010.

Library Software Review, Editorial Board member, 1991-1999. Ceased publication. OCLC record.

"Standard Fare" column. LITA Newsletter, 1990-92. Ceased publication. OCLC record.

Open Access Directory. Editorial Board member, 2008-present. Wrote the base Wiki pages for the "Bibliography of Open Access," "Early OA Journals," "Free and Open-Source Journal Management Software," "Free and Open-Source Repository Software," and "Publisher Policies on NIH-Funded Authors."

Reference Services Review, Editorial Board member, 1989-2008.

Publications

ORCID ID

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8453-4402.

Books and Book Supplements

Research Data Curation and Management Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2021.

Digital Curation Bibliography: Preservation and Stewardship of Scholarly Works, 2012 Supplement. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2013. OCLC record.

Digital Curation Bibliography: Preservation and Stewardship of Scholarly Works. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2012. OCLC record.

Institutional Repository and ETD Bibliography 2011. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2011. OCLC record.

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography 2010. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2011. OCLC record.

Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography 2010. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2011. OCLC record.

Transforming Scholarly Publishing through Open Access: A Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2010. OCLC record.

Digital Scholarship 2009. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2010. OCLC record.

Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography: 2008 Annual Edition. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2009. OCLC record.

Institutional Repositories SPEC Kit 292, with Karen Coombs, Jill Emery, Anne Mitchell, Chris Morris, Spencer Simons, and Robert Wright. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2006. OCLC record.

Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2005. OCLC record.

Advances in Library Automation and Networking, Volume 5, coeditor with Joe A. Hewitt. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1994. OCLC record.

Expert Systems in ARL Libraries, SPEC Kit 174, with Judy E. Myers. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1991. OCLC record.

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, Volume 5, 1994, coeditor with Leslie B. Pearse and Dana Rooks. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1996. University of Houston Online Catalog.

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, Volume 4, 1993, coeditor with Leslie B. Pearse, Dana Rooks, and Roy Tennant. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1994. University of Houston Online Catalog.

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, Volume 3, 1992, coeditor with Leslie B. Pearse, Dana Rooks, and Roy Tennant. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1993. University of Houston Online Catalog.

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, Volume 2, 1991, coeditor with Leslie B. Pearse, Michael Ridley, and Dana Rooks. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1992. University of Houston Online Catalog.

The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, Volume 1, 1990, coeditor with Leslie B. Pearse and Michael Ridley. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1992. University of Houston Online Catalog.

Articles

"Cuts, Freezes Widespread in Academic Libraries," with Leonard Kniffel. American Libraries 40, 6/7 (2009): 26-27.

"Open Access and Libraries." Collection Management 32, no. 3/4 (2007): 351-383. E-print.

"Strong Copyright + DRM + Weak Net Neutrality = Digital Dystopia?" Information Technology and Libraries 25, no. 3 (2006), 116-127, 139.

"Open Access Webliography," with Adrian K. Ho. Reference Services Review 33, no. 3 (2005): 346-364. E-Print.

"The Role of Reference Librarians in Institutional Repositories." Reference Services Review 33, no. 3 (2005): 259-267. E-print.

"Evolution of an Electronic Book: The Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 7 (December 2001).

"Network-Based Electronic Publishing of Scholarly Works: A Selective Bibliography." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 6, no. 1 (1995): 5-21. Archive of all 26 versions.

"Electronic Publishing on Networks: Part II of a Selective Bibliography." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 5, no. 2 (1994): 5-14.

"Scholarly Electronic Publishing on the Internet, the NREN, and the NII: Charting Possible Futures." Serials Review 20, no. 3 (1994): 7-16. E-Print.

"Networked Electronic Information Systems at the University of Houston Libraries: The IRIS Project and Beyond," with Kathleen Gunning and Judy E. Myers. Library Hi Tech 11, no. 4 (1993): 49-55, 83.

"The Coalition for Networked Information's Acquisition-on-Demand Model: An Exploration and Critique." Serials Review 18, no. 1-2 (1992): 78-81. E-print.

"Electronic Publishing on Networks: A Selective Bibliography of Recent Works." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 3, no. 2 (1992): 13-20.

"Fostering Technical Innovation in Libraries." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 3, no. 7 (1992): 19-22.

"The Intelligent Reference Information System Project: A Merger of CD-ROM LAN and Expert System Technologies." Information Technology and Libraries 11 (September 1992): 237-244. Not online. OCLC journal record. E-print.

"Network-Based Electronic Serials." Information Technology and Libraries 11 (March 1992): 29-35. Not online. OCLC journal record. E-print.

"Electronic (Online) Publishing in Action . . . The Public-Access Computer Systems Review and Other Electronic Serials." ONLINE 15 (January 1991): 28-35. Journal ceased publication. OCLC journal record. E-print.

"Symposium on the Role of Network-Based Electronic Resources in Scholarly Communication and Research," edited with Dana Rooks. The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 2 (1991): 4-60.

"Intelligent Multimedia Computer Systems: Emerging Information Resources in the Network Environment." Library Hi Tech 8, no. 1 (1990): 29-41. E-Print.

"The Intelligent Reference Information System," with Kathleen Gunning. CD-ROM Librarian 5 (September 1990): 10-19. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record.

"Libraries With Glass Walls." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 1, no. 2 (1990): 91-93.

"The Public-Access Computer Systems Forum: A Computer Conference on BITNET." Library Software Review 9 (March-April 1990): 71-74. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record. E-print.

"Symposium on Staffing Issues and Public-Access Computer Systems," edited with Mike Ridley. The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 1, no. 2 (1990): 15-49.

"The Index Expert System: A Knowledge-Based System to Assist Users in Index Selection," with Jeff Fadell, Judy E. Myers, and Thomas C. Wilson. Reference Services Review 17, no. 4 (1989): 19-28.

"The Need to Develop a Graphic User Interface Command Standard for Information Retrieval." LITA Newsletter 10 (Summer 1989): 13-14. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC record.

"Public-Access Computer Systems: The Next Generation of Library Automation Systems." Information Technology and Libraries 8 (June 1989): 178-185. Not online. OCLC record. E-Print.

"Computer Technology and Scholarly Editing: The CINDEX and CACTUS Systems at the University of South Carolina." Research Libraries in OCLC: A Quarterly 1 (April 1981): 4-7. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record.

"Library-Oriented Computer Conferences and Electronic Serials on BITNET and Internet." Database Searcher 7 (February/March 1991): 22-23. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record.

"Network-Based Computer Conferences and Electronic Serials for Librarians." Research & Education Networking 2 (September 1991): 8-9. Journal ceased publication. Not online. OCLC journal record.

Book Chapters

"Open Access and Libraries." In Electronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information: Emerging Professional Roles, edited by Mark Jacobs, 351-383. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2007. OCLC record. E-print.

"What Is Open Access?" In Open Access: Key Strategic, Technical and Economic Aspects, edited by Neil Jacobs, 13-26. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2006. OCLC record. E-print.

"Bricks, Bytes, or Both? The Probable Impact of Scholarly Electronic Publishing on Library Space Needs." In Information Imagineering: Meeting at the Interface, edited by Milton T. Wolf, Pat Ensor, and Mary Augusta Thomas, 89-99. Chicago: American Library Association, 1998. Not online. OCLC record. E-print.

"Library-Oriented Computer Conferences and Electronic Serials." In Building Information Literacy Using High Technology: A Guide for Schools and Libraries, Roxanne Mendrinos, 47-53. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1994. OCLC record. Not online. E-print.

"Library-Oriented Lists and Electronic Serials." In Internet Connections: A Librarian's Guide to Dial-Up Access and Use, Mary E. Engle et al., 131-139. Chicago: LITA, 1993. Not online. OCLC record.

"Library-Oriented Lists and Electronic Serials." In Source Book on Digital Libraries, edited by Edward A. Fox, 313-321. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1993. OCLC record.

"The Intelligent Reference Information System CD-ROM Network," with Thomas C. Wilson. In Library LANs: Case Studies in Practice and Application, edited by Marshall Breeding, 157-171. Westport, CT: Meckler, 1992. Not online. OCLC record.

"Truly Intelligent Computers." In Thinking Robots, An Aware Internet, and Cyberpunk Librarians, edited by R. Bruce Miller and Milton T. Wolf, 99-104. Chicago: Library and Information Technology Association, 1992. OCLC record.

"Intelligent Library Systems: Artificial Intelligence Technology and Library Automation Systems." In Advances in Library Automation and Networking, vol. 4, edited by Joe A. Hewitt, 1-23. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1991. OCLC record. Not online. E-Print.

"Library-Oriented Computer Conferences and Electronic Serials." In Directory of Computer Conferencing in Libraries, Brian Williams, 72-73. Westport, CT: Meckler, 1992. Not online. OCLC record.

"Library-Oriented Computer Conferences and Electronic Serials." In Libraries, Networks and OSI: A Review, with a Report on North American Developments, Lorcan Dempsey, 113-114. Bath, England: UK Office for Library Networking, 1991. Not online. OCLC record.

"Building Knowledge-Based Systems for Public-Use: The Intelligent Reference Systems Project at the University of Houston Libraries." In Convergence: Proceedings of the Second National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, October 2-6, 1988, edited by Michael Gorman, 190-194. Chicago: American Library Association, 1990. Not online. OCLC record.

"Integrated Public-Access Computer Systems: The Heart of the Electronic University." In Advances in Library Automation and Networking vol. 3, edited by Joe A. Hewitt, 1-33. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1989. OCLC record. Not online. E-Print.

Digital Bibliographies and Webliographies

Academic Library as Scholarly Publisher Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2018-2021. (Two versions.)

Electronic Theses and Dissertations Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2005-2021. (Seven versions.)

Research Data Curation Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2012-2019. (Ten versions.)

Transforming Peer Review Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2014.

Altmetrics Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2013.

Digital Curation Resource Guide. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2012.

E-science and Academic Libraries Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2011.

Open Access Journals Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2010.

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2010-2011. (Two versions.)

Institutional Repository Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2009-2011.

Google Book Search Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2005-2011. (Seven versions.)

Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Houston: University of Houston Libraries, 1996-2006; Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2006-2011. (Eighty versions.)

Discussion Lists

PACS-L, founder and moderator, 1989-1991.

PACS-P, founder and moderator, 1992-96 and 11/99-11/06.

Other Publications

Author's Rights, Tout de Suite. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2008.

Institutional Repositories, Tout de Suite. Houston: Digital Scholarship, 2008.

The University of Houston Libraries' Chemistry Research Information Service: A Research Support Service Based on End-User Searching and Document Delivery. Final Report to the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Houston: University Libraries, University of Houston, 1988.

Poetry Chapbooks

The Cave of Hypnos: Early Poems. Houston, Digital Scholarship, 2012.

Publication Reviews

Altmetrics Bibliography:

Long-time Current Cites contributor and noted digital bibliographer Charles W. Bailey, Jr. adds to his professional corpus this well-researched bibliography on "altmetrics'. Altmetrics is, as he quotes in his introduction, "the study and use of scholarly impact measures based on activity in online tools and environments." He cites sources from 2001 through September 2013, with links to openly available resources when possible. This is clearly an important resource for anyone interested in this topic, and will likely remain so if he releases updates to it as he has for his other bibliographic works. Highly recommended. - Roy Tennant, Current Cites 24, no. 10 (2013). (Full review)

The Cave of Hypnos: Early Poems

I'm a big fan of the balance of simplicity and complexity in these poems. They clearly reflect another time in poetry when the influence of Wallace Stevens was still strong yet they are closer to James Wright or H.D. than they are to Stevens: still deeply attached to myth but as a matter of fact rather than an exotic evocation. . . .

The poems and the book are short enough that one can easily sample them at leisure. We recommend you do. - Charles Noreaster, The Seattle Star, 29 March, 2014. (Full review)

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography

A selective but massive bibliography compiled by Charles W. Bailey, Jr, this resources presents more than 500 digital curation and preservation-related articles, books, and report. This tremendous resource is organized into chapters on subjects such as "copyright", "formats", "metadata", and other core topics. The resource is available as a free, open-access PDF file but may also be purchased in print from a number of worldwide retailers. Bailey's bibliography provides citations, but due to its size, resources are not annotated. Still, this remains an excellent place to survey much of the available research on a topic related to data curation. - Julia Flanders and Trevor Muñoz. "An Introduction to Humanities Data Curation." In DH Curation Guide: A Community Resource Guide to Data Curation in the Digital Humanities. n.p.: DH Curation Guide project, 2012. (Full review)

Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography 2010

This massive resource, available in an open-access PDF version, provides a comprehensive list of publications on digital preservation issues. The contents are arranged by categories such as formats, metadata, and policy. If you're looking for a reading list that will keep you busy from now until the end of time, this is your one-stop shop for all things digital preservation. - Helen Bailey, "Digital Preservation Reading List," Preservation Services at Dartmouth College weblog, February 21, 2012. (Full review)

Digital Curation Bibliography: Preservation and Stewardship of Scholarly Works

Librarians and scholars who are concerned with managing digital resources and preserving them for future use will find a crash course on the subject in this bibliography. . . . This book is recommended for librarians working with original digital resources, scholars interested in digital repositories, and students in the field. - Paul M. Blobaum, Journal of the Medical Library Association 101, no. 2 (2013): 158. (Full review.)

For those who need a curriculum for understanding or teaching the background and history of digital curation. . .this book will be a helpful item." - Margaret Heller, Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 25, no. 1 (2013): 86. (Full review)

DigitalKoans:

This site is recommended for several types of users. Those who are new to digital libraries or librarians interested in digital librarianship will find this site to be a good overview and if a particular topic proves interesting, it is easy to find more information on that topic. Those who work in digital libraries will find this site useful for finding information on a particular topic in one place. . . . For job seekers this is an excellent site, with job ads placed almost daily under "digital library jobs" and "library IT jobs." - Maura Valentino Technical Services Quarterly 30, no. 2 (2013): 229-231. (Full review)

Digital Scholarship 2009

These four bibliographies, compiled in one volume, offer invaluable assistance to the researcher on all forms of digital scholarship. While not exhaustive, this volume gives researchers a much-needed representation of the most important citations on all forms of electronic publishing and related issues, from a burgeoning literature, through providing meticulous, complete, and accurate citations-the winnowing that has occurred in reviewing and compiling this Annual update is remarkable. The great advantage for the researcher is that Bailey's web site at www.digital-scholarship.org provides current updates for citations to this volume as well.

Recommended for library science collections, and for professional collections of those involved in scholarly communication, institutional repositories, electronic publishing, copyright advisory services, metadata services, and related areas for libraries. In addition, this compilation is invaluable for anyone involved in information policy, legal affairs departments of universities, or research administration. - Craig Gibson. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37, no. 1 (2011): 86-87. (Full review)

Institutional Repositories SPEC Kit 292 (Published by the Association of Research Libraries):

The text is well organized, comprehensive in scope, and provides a wide variety of examples that may be consulted for comparison and guidance. Institutional Repositories is appropriate for libraries with an operational institutional repository as well as those institutions that are in the planning or investigation stage. - Mary Beth Weber, Library Resources & Technical Services 52, no. 4 (2008): 270-271. (Full review)

The publication provides useful comparative data on website presentation and various policies required for the effective operation of an institutional repository. . . . For an institution considering the establishment of an institutional repository, the survey results provide information on the skill set required by staff and an indication of the costs which are likely to be incurred. . . . This SPEC Kit achieves its stated purpose and provides a useful snapshot of developments in the ARL institutions, while the detail provided by individual institutions provides useful insights and strategies. - Eve Woodberry, Australian Academic & Research Libraries 39, no. 2 (2008): 129-30. (Full review)

Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals (Published by the Association of Research Libraries and Digital Scholarship)

Those wishing to learn more about the open access movement would be well served by turning to Bailey's Open Access Bibliography. . . .This title is a major contribution to the study of the open access movement in general, as well as its emergence in the early twenty-first century. - Mary Aycock, Library Resources and Technical Services 52, no. 3 (2008): 212-213. (Full review)

Available both online and in print from the Association of Research Libraries, this thorough and authoritative bibliography will serve as the seminal bibliographic source for this movement. . . . Anyone interested in the Open Access movement will likely find this contribution to the effort to be an instant classic. - Roy Tennant, Current Cites 16 (March 2005) (Full review)

This is an excellent resource for its extensive background documentation of the open access arguments and issues. -Ann Jensen, Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 43 (2005) (Full review)

Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography (reviews of website that three derived books are based on).

SEP [Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography] is compiled with utter professionalism. It reminds me of the work of the best artisans who know not only every item that leaves their workshops, but each component used to create them-providing the ideal quality control. . . . The selection of items is impeccable. I have yet to find journal articles irrelevant to the scope of the bibliography. SEP could be used as a benchmark in evaluating abstracting/indexing databases that proudly claim to have coverage of electronic publishing, but do not come close to SEP. - Péter Jacsó ONLINE 27, no. 3 (2003): 73-76.

This bibliography portal demonstrates that citation lists continue to play a role in research, in spite of the availability of powerful Web and digital library search engines and the near-extinction of print bibliography publishing. Summing Up: Recommended. - J. A. Buczynski, Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 45, no. 1 (1997): 58.

Transforming Scholarly Publishing through Open Access: A Bibliography

This work gives an outstanding overview of scholarship relating to the growing Open Access movement. - George Machovec, The Charleston Advisor 12, no. 2 (2010): 3. (Text is part of a Best Content by an Individual award given to the author by the journal.)

Bailey is a master of compiling lists of articles, web pages, papers, and books on a particular topic and distributing them to a wide audience. . . . This bibliography, like the others, is extensive and well organized with topical subheadings. A preface helps readers understand what "open access" means and what models are available. . . . This bibliography is recommended for everyone interested in open access publishing. - Paul M. Blobaum, Journal of the Medical Library Association 100, no. 1 (2012): 73. (Full review.)

Selected Speeches

"The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Reflections on a New Era of Electronic Publishing." American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, July 21, 1992.

"Electronic Serials Publishing at the University of Houston Libraries." Paper presented at the Association of Research Libraries Symposium on Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks, 1992: Visions and Opportunities in Not-for-Profit Publishing, April 27, 1992.

Digital Art

Created and made freely available on social media sites over 600 digital artworks under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial licenses.

Invited Referee

PLoS ONE, 2011 and 2013.

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2007.

Journal of Electronic Publishing, 2005.

Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2002.

The Library Quarterly, 2002.

American Library Association Service

Association of College and Research Libraries

Electronic Library Development in Academic Libraries Discussion Group 1989-1991 (Vice Chairperson, 1989-1990; Chairperson, 1990-91).

Library and Information Technology Association

Library and Information Technology Editorial Board, 2006-2010.

Frederick G. Kilgour Award Committee, 2003.

Publications Committee, 1992-94 (Chairperson, 1993-94).

Nominating Committee, 1992.

Technical Standards for Library Automation Committee, 1988-1992.

Imagineering Interest Group, 1988-1991 (Cofounder and Vice Chairperson, 1988-1990; Chairperson, 1990-91).

Information School Service

Digital Information Management Certificate Program Advisory Group, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona, 2006-2011.

Mentor, Mentor Program for Master's Students in Houston, School of Library and Information Sciences, University of North Texas, 2001-2007.

Advisory Groups and Consulting

500px, Provided advice on 500px group design and functionality, 2017.

Gensler, The Future of Academic Libraries Round Table Discussion, 2012.

National Information Standards Organization, Institutional Repository Thought Leader, 2008.

Microsoft Corporation, Live Search Academic, 2006.

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