Christopher C. Brown

Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor
Reference Librarian / Government Documents Librarian
University of Denver Penrose Library


Affiliate Faculty
College of Education / Library and Information Science Program


cbrown@du.edu
http://www.du.edu/~cbrown/
http://www.virtualref.com/
(303) 871-3404

Updated 11/9/2011


Education | Library & Technical Employment | Teaching | Consulting | Presentations | Publications | Grants | Memberships | Service


Education

University College, University of Denver, Denver, CO. Master of Library and Information Services Degree, March 1999.

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1987-93; part-time graduate study in formal linguistics (syntax, phonology, semantics, and discourse analysis) and Japanese language. Accepted into Ph.D. program in linguistics.

Biola University, Talbot School of Theology, La Mirada, CA, 1978-81; Masters Degree, 1981, Systematic Theology.

Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL, 1973-76; Bachelor of Arts Degree, 1976, Biblical Studies.

University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, 1971-73; Liberal Arts.


Library & Technical Employment Top

2006-present. University of Denver, Penrose Library. Associate Professor. Reference Technology Information Librarian and Coordinator of Government Documents.

2005-2006. University of Denver, Penrose Library. Associate Professor. Social Sciences Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Government Documents.

Sept. 1999-2005. University of Denver, Penrose Library. Assistant Professor. Social Sciences Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Government Documents.

Sept. 1998-Sept. 1999. University of Denver, Penrose Library. Instructor. Social Sciences Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Government Documents.

1996-Sept. 1998. Colorado Supreme Court Library, Reference Assistant. Provide reference help at the official state law library. Receive training in legal research and reference work.

1996-Sept. 1998. University of Denver, Reference Desk Staff. Provide reference support for students and faculty, particularly in business, social sciences, humanities, and sciences.

1996. University of Denver, Teaching Assistant for Telecommunications 4871, Internet Systems and Protocols. Provided laboratory instruction on internet resources including telnet, ftp, and the World Wide Web.

1987-1993. Cornell University Library, Reference Dept. Information Assistant. Assist Cornell graduate students and faculty in research strategies, locating materials, and verifying bibliographic citations. Adept at using various computer databases for bibliographic and full text retrieval. Provide instruction in online and traditional bibliographic resources. Led instructional sessions for international students on library organization and usage.

1984-1987 Cornell University Library, Access Services Dept. Various responsibilities, including oversight of billing procedures and reserve materials.

1973-1976 Moody Bible Institute, Student Library Assistant, serials and book repair.


Teaching Top

“Reference” LIS4306, later LIS4060. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver.

  • Fall quarter, 2006 (2 sections)
  • Summer quarter, 2009
  • Spring quarter, 2010
  • Winter quarter, 2011
  • Spring quarter, 2011 (2 sections)

“Information Access and Retrieval” LIS4011. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver

  • Winter quarter, 2005
  • Summer quarter, 2005 (2 sections)
  • Winter quarter, 2006 (2 sections)
  • Winter quarter, 2007 (2 sections)
  • Winter quarter, 2008
  • Winter quarter, 2009
  • Winter quarter, 2010 (2 sections)

“Internet Research and Reference” LIS4361. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver

  • Summer quarter, 2002
  • Summer quarter, 2003
  • Summer quarter, 2004
  • Summer quarter, 2005
  • Spring quarter, 2006
  • Spring quarter, 2007
  • Fall quarter, 2007
  • Summer quarter, 2008
  • Fall quarter, 2008
  • Fall quarter, 2009
  • Summer quarter, 2010
  • Fall quarter, 2010
  • Summer quarter, 2011

Understanding the Information User LIS4000. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver.

  • Fall quarter, 2007

“Information Environment” LIS4030. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver

  • Autumn quarter, 2003

“Government Publications” LIS4700; LIS4362. Library and Information Science Program, University of Denver

  • Summer quarter, 2003
  • Summer quarter, 2006
  • Spring quarter, 2008
  • Spring quarter, 2009
  • Spring quarter, 2010
  • Fall quarter, 2010
  • Fall quarter, 2011

“Reference & Research on the Internet” LISV4700. Library and Information Services Program, University College, University of Denver

  • Fall quarter, 1999
  • Summer quarter, 2000
  • Summer quarter, 2001

“Information Resources and Bibliography” LISV4306. Library and Information Services Program, University College, University of Denver

  • Spring quarter, 2000

School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) Library Instruction. Through the Transportation Library, Northwestern University.

  • 18 July 2001 (Golden, CO)
  • 11 September 2002 (Centennial, CO)

Consulting Top

National Cable Television Center and Museum, Denver CO. Developed and maintained online finding aid for special collections including videorecordings, sound recordings, oral histories, cable equipment and artifacts, realia, and photographs. June 1998-April 1999.
<http://www.cablecenter.org/>

United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya, Japan. Converting catalog records from PC-based system to Macintosh-based database system. March 1999-2000.
<
http://www.uncrd.or.jp/>

Jones e-global Library, Denver, CO. Editor: languages and linguistics section; Editor: Internet Tutorial; Editor: Business Tutorial; Editor: Govenment Documents database. October 1999-2002.
<http://www.egloballibrary.com/>

Provided consultation services to various federal depository libraries concerning statistics for online document access via the OPAC, 2008-present.

Provided consultation services to various federal depository libraries concerning fast-tracking the item deselection process, 2009-present.


Presentations Top

2011

Outbound Harvesting with Encore as a Library Space-Saving Strategy : The Case of HathiTrust Docs. Presentation given  at the Innovative Users Group at ALA Midwinter, 7 January 2011, San Diego, CA.

Downstream Uses of Digital Government Information Services: Using Metadata to Connect Local Users to Remote Digital Collections. Presentation given to the plenary session of the Spring 2011 Depository Library Council Meeting, 6 April 2011, San Antonio, TX. [view]

Encore and InnReach: The Prospector Experience.” Presentation given with  Elizabeth S. Meagher and George Machovec at the Innovative Users Group 2011, 14 April 2011, San Francisco, CA.

Outbound Harvesting with Encore as a Library Space-Saving Strategy: The Case of HathiTrust Docs.” Presentation given at the Innovative Users Group 2011, 15 April 2011, San Francisco, CA.

Outbound Harvesting with Encore as a Library Space-Saving Strategy: The Case of HathiTrust Docs.” Presentation given at the Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group Meeting, 20 May 2011, Lakewood, CO.

The Unevenness of the Search: The Information Access Anomaly.” Presentation given to Serials Solutions company meeting, 25 May 2011, Seattle, WA.

Item Deselection on the Fast Track.” Presentation given at the 2011 Missouri Government Documents Conference, 6 June 2011, Columbia, MO.

Going All-Electronic and Keeping Track of It: Clickthrough Statistics for Online Document Usage.” Presentation given at the 2011 Missouri Government Documents Conference, 7 June 2011, Columbia, MO.

Harvesting HathiTrust Documents: A New Model for Online Access.” Presentation given at the 2011 Missouri Government Documents Conference, 7 June 2011, Columbia, MO.

“eBooks: Academic Library Perspective.” Presentation given at the Denver Publishing Institute, 19 July 2011, Denver, CO.

“NextGen Information Environment: A Paradigm Shift in Information Discovery.” Presentation given at CALCON11, Colorado Association of Libraries. Panel presentation with Shimelis Assefa, Martin Garnar, and Pam Sandlian Smith titled, NextGen Library and Information Professionals: What Competencies?, 15 October 2011, Loveland, CO.

“Documents Clickthroughs: Finding Meaning in the Numbers.” Presentation given before the Depository Library Council at the Fall 2011 Depository Library Council Meeting, 18 October 2011, Arlington, VA. [view]

2010

Fiche Online!: Leveraging the ADR – the Case of Government Documents.” Presentation given at the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries’ Data Curation and the ADR-Round Table, 29 January 2010, Glendale, CO.

Harvesting Local Collections into Encore. Presentation given with Elizabeth S. Meagher and Greg Colati at the Innovative Users Group 2010 conference, 19 and 20 April 2010, Chicago, IL.

Using Google Analytics to Compare the OPAC with the Next-Generation Catalog. Presentation given at the Colorado Academic Libraries Summit, 20 May 2010, Lakewood, CO.

Tracking Online Document Usage from Your Catalog. Presentation given at the Government Information Round Table, 11 June 2010, Madison, WI.

“eBooks: Academic Library Perspective.” Presentation given at the Denver Publishing Institute, 20 July 2010, Denver, CO.

“Analyzing the Past to Invest in the Future: Use Statistics for Research Guides from Multiple Data Sources.” Presentation given with Carrie Forbes at Reference Renaissance 2010, 10 August 2010, Denver, CO. [view]

“Digitization Panel.” Presentation given with Michael Culbertson and James Mauldin at the Six-State Virtual Government Information Conference, 12 August 2010. [streaming audio] [slides]

“Tracking Online Document Usage from your Catalog.” Presentation given with Susan Kendall at the Six-State Virtual Government Information Conference, 13 August 2010. [streaming audio] [slides]

“Harvesting Government Documents into the Local Catalog: A New Model for Online Access.” Presentation given at the Fall 2010 Depository Library Conference, 18 October 2010, Arlington, VA. [view]

“Making Continuing Education Happen: Details of Planning and Implementing the Six-State Virtual Government Information Conference.” Presentation given with Janet Fisher, Peggy Jobe, Jennie Gerke, Pat Ragins, Sandy Rizzo, Kerry Skinner, Victoria Trotta, and Brad Vogus at the Fall 2010 Depository Library Conference, 18 October 2010, Arlington, VA. [view]

“A Network, a Partnership, a Resource - the FDLP (Federal Depository Library Program).” Presentation given with Janet Fisher, Peggy Jobe, Sandy Rizzo, and Brad Vogus at the Sunlight Foundation, 19 October 2010, Washington, DC.

2009

“Encore on the Frontrange -- Encore Implementation: One Academic Library’s Experience.” Presentation given with Elizabeth S. Meagher and Sandra Macke at the Innovative Users Group, ALA Midwinter 2009, 23 January, 2009, Denver, CO.

“Item Deselection on the Fast Track.” Presentation given at the Spring Depository Library Council Meeting, 21 April 2009, Tampa, FL. [view]

Implementing Encore: The University of Denver Experience.” Presentation given at a faculty/staff colloquium at Norlin Library, University of Colorado at Boulder, 12 May 2009, Boulder, CO.

Encore Implementation: One Academic Library’s Experience. Presentation given with Elizabeth S. Meagher and Sandy Macke at the Innovative Users Group 2009 conference, 19 and 20 May 2009, Anaheim, CA.

Leveraging Online Content through Encore and Millennium. Presentation given at the Innovative Users Group 2009 conference, 19 and 20 May 2009, Anaheim, CA.

Implementing Encore at the University of Denver: Reference and Technical Services Perspectives. Presentation given with Elizabeth S. Meagher at the Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group Summer 2009 Workshop, 12 June 2009, Aurora, CO.

“eBooks: Academic Library Perspective.” Presentation given at the Denver Publishing Institute, 21 July 2009, Denver, CO.

“Tracking Online Document Usage from the Catalog: Experiences from the Field.” Presentation given with Stephanie Braunstein, Susan Kendall, Liza Weisbrod, Jennifer Gerke, and Shane Cole at the Fall 2009 Depository Library Conference, 19 October 2009, Arlington, VA [view].

“Academic, School and Special Libraries Panel.” Panel presentation given with Valerie Horton, Lisa Traditi, Stacey Bowers, and Dave Sanger at the 2009 Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) Conference, 21 November 2009, Denver, CO.

2008

“Health & Medicine Module.” Training presentation given at Government Information in the 21st Century (Gi21) session, 15 May 2008, Alamosa, CO.

“History and Genealogy.” Training presentation given at Government Information in the 21st Century (Gi21) session, 19 June 2008, Ignacio, CO.

“Z39.50 from the Catalog of Government Publications (CGP)” and “Downloading OSTI Information Bridge Records”. Presentations given at the Government Publications Interest Group, 18 July 2008, Denver, CO.

“eBooks: Academic Library Perspective.” Presentation given at the Denver Publishing Institute, 30 July 2008, Denver, CO.

“Collaboration Colorado Style: Needs and Offers on the Fast Track”. Presentation given with Jennifer Gerke at the Fall 2008 Depository Library Conference, 20 October 2008, Arlington, VA. [view]

“Documents SWAT Team: A Model for Intensive Downsizing”. Presentation given with Peggy Jobe, Jennifer Gerke, and McKinley Sielaff at the Fall 2008 Depository Library Conference, 21 October 2008, Arlington, VA. [view]

“Teaching Non-depository Librarians about Government Info: Tips & Techniques from the Gi21 Project ”. Presentation given with Kirsten Clark, Janet Fisher, Jennie Gerke, McKinley Sielaff, and Brad Vogus at the Fall 2008 Depository Library Conference, 22 October 2008, Arlington, VA.

“An Experiment in Cooperative Collection Development: What Worked and What Didnt”. Presentation given with Joan Lamborn and Paul Moeller at the Colorado Association of Libraries Annual Conference, 7 November 2008, Denver, CO.

2007

“Making Connections: Google Scholar and Licensed Databases Playing Nicely Together.” Presentation given at the Colorado Academic Libraries Summit, 1 June 2007, Lakewood, CO. PowerPoint available at: http://clicweb.org/continuing_education/clic_workshops/CALChandouts.php

“Crime and Justice Module.” Presentation given at Government Information in the 21st Century (Gi21) IMLS Grant Train-the-Trainer Conference, 8 June 2007, Boulder, CO.

“Making Connections: Google Scholar and Licensed Databases Playing Nicely Together.” Presentation given at a faculty/staff colloquium at Norlin Library, University of Colorado at Boulder, 11 July 2007, Boulder, CO.

“eBooks: Publisher & Academic Library Perspectives.” Presentation given with Miriam Gilbert at the Denver Publishing Institute, 26 July 2007, Denver, CO.

“Enhancing NASA Fiche Records with Links to Online Content.” Presentation given at the Fall 2007 Depository Library Conference, 17 October 2007, Arlington, VA. [view]

Career Connections - Panel discussion at Colorado Association of Libraries Conference, 10 November, 2007 , Denver, CO.

2006

“eBooks: Publisher & Academic Library Perspectives.” Presentation given with Kim Dority at the Denver Publishing Institute, 27 July 2006, Denver, CO.

“E-metrics for E-docs: Getting a Handle on Virtual Circulation of Federal Documents.” Presentation given at the Five-State Documents Conference 2006, 3 August 2006, Boulder, CO.

“Monographic Cooperative Collection Development: Can Eight Libraries Agree on a Shared Purchase Plan?” Presentation given with Joan Lamborn, Robin Satterwhite, and Michelle Wilde at the Colorado Association of Libraries, 10 November 2006, Denver, CO.

2005

“eBooks: Publisher & Academic Library Perspectives.” Presentation given with Miriam Gilbert at the Denver Publishing Institute, 28 July 2005, Denver, CO.

2004

“Knowing Where They’re Going: Counting Field 856 Click-throughs in the OPAC.” Presentation given at the 12th Annual Innovative Users Group, 3 & 5 April 2004, Boston, MA.

“Knowing Where They’re Going: Counting Field 856 Click-throughs in the OPAC.” Presentation given at the Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group Training Workshop, 5 May 2004, Lakewood, CO.

“eBooks: Publisher & Academic Library Perspectives.” Presentation given with Miriam Gilbert at the Denver Publishing Institute, 22 July 2004, Denver, CO.

“Local Access Statistics for Federal Documents: Tracking Web Page and Online Catalog Usage.” Presentation given with Susan Xue at the Fall 2004 Depository Library Conference, 20 October 2004, Washington, DC. Published in the Proceedings of the 13th Annual Depository Library Conference, Oct. 17-20, 2004. [view]

2003

“Topos in Your OPAC: Linking to the Online Version.” Presentation given at the Western Association of Map Libraries Spring 2003 conference, 28 March 2003, Stanford University, CA.

“Efficient Access to Government Document Records via MARCIVE: The University of Denver Experience.” Presentation given at the 11th Annual Innovative Users Group, 28 April 2003, San Jose, CA.

“Electronic Serials Management with Gold Rush: The Alliance Solution for Aggregated E-Journal Content.” Presentation given with Betty Meagher, May 30, 2003 at the Colorado Academic Library Association / CAL Technical Services and Automation Division, Annual Spring Workshop, Auraria Library, Denver, CO.

“Electronic Databases at the National Archives.” Presentation given with Susan Simmons, 13 June 2003 at the Joint GoPIG/CAL Government Documents Interest Group Meeting, Grand Junction, CO.

“Efficient Access to Government Document Records: The University of Denver Experience.” Presentation given at the Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group Training Workshop, 8 August 2003, Lakewood, CO.

“Documents Tech Talk: Cataloging Issues.” Presentation given at the Colorado Association of Libraries, 17 October 2003, Keystone, CO.

“Statistics for Online Document Use.” Presentation given at the Fall 2003 Depository Library Conference, 22 October 2003, Arlington, VA. Published in the Proceedings of the 12th Annual Depository Library Conference, Oct. 19-22, 2003. [view]

“Using Millennium Create Lists with Other Applications.” Presentation given at the Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group Training Workshop, 7 November 2003, Broomfield, CO.

2002

Adding URLs in Bulk at the University of Denver.” Presentation given at the Spring 2002 Depository Library Council Meeting, 24 April 2002, Mobile, AL. [view]

“Ending Aggregation Aggravation: A Model for Serials Management for Alliance-Member Libraries.” Presentation given with Elizabeth S. Meagher, at the Colorado Association of Libraries, 18 October 2002, Keystone, CO.

“Discovering and Managing Older Online Documents: The University of Denver Experience.” Presentation given at the Fall 2002 Depository Library Conference, 22 October 2002, Arlington, VA. Published in the Proceedings of the 11th Annual Depository Library Conference, Oct. 20-23, 2002. [view]

2001

“The Future of Reference Services: An American Perspective.” Presentation given

  • 30 November 2001 at Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
  • 30 November 2001 at Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
  • 4 December 2001 at Aichi Shukutoku University, Nagoya, Japan
  • 5 December 2001 at Nagoya American Center for LibNet, Librarian's Group, Nagoya, Japan
  • 2000

    “CORC: Baffled Bay! Creating Reference Pathfinders.” Presentation given at Colorado Library Association College and University Division Spring Meeting, 25 May 2000 at University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, CO

    “Internet Research for Regional Development.” Presentation given at the United Nations Centre for Regional Development, 1 September 2000 at Nagoya, Japan.

    “The Colorado Digitization Project: A Case Study in Collaboration.” Presentation given for the United States Dept. of State, United States Information Service, American Reference Centers: <Read it in Japanese>

    • 6 September 2000 at Osaka, Japan
    • 7 September 2000 at Nagoya, Japan
    • 8 September 2000 at Tokyo, Japan

    “Digitization, Metadata, and Online Access: Discovering Cultural Heritage Institutions.” Presentation given at HCDP 2000, the Human-Centered Design Project, 9 September 2000, Tokyo, Japan.

    “Developing a Web-based Index: A Case Study.” Presentation given at the Colorado Library Association Annual Conference, 15 September 2000 at Snowmass, CO.

    1999

    “Out of the Basement and Up on the Web.” Paper presented with Steve Fisher at Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists Annual Convention. 3 June 1999 at Greeley, CO.

    “Accessing Digital Resources.” Paper presented with Bill Garrison at Accessing Colorado’s Culture: A Leadership Seminar for Digitization Projects. 1 October 1999 at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO.

    “The Verifier: An Online Bibliographic Verification Training Program for Interlibrary Loan Staff.” Paper presented at Colorado Library Association Annual Conference, 8 October 1999 at Snowmass, CO.

    1998

    Provision of Reference Services and New Technologies. Paper presented at Colorado Library Association Annual Conference, 18 Oct. 18 1998 at Colorado Springs, CO.
    <
    http://www.du.edu/~cbrown/reference.html>

    1997

    Battle of the Acronyms: HTML, PDF and Publishing on the Web.” Seminar given at the Catholic Press Association National Convention, 22 May 1997 at Denver, CO
    <
    http://www.du.edu/~cbrown/seminar/Battle.html>

    “Identifying and Representing Electronic Engineering Resources: A Case Study in Knowledge Management.” Paper read at International Symposium on Digital Libraries, 18-21 Nov. 1997, at Tsukuba, Japan.
    <http://www.dl.slis.tsukuba.ac.jp/ISDL97/proceedings/connaway.html>

     


    Publications Top

    Book / Book Chapters

    Leading the Reference RenaissanceForbes, Carrie and Christopher C. Brown. Analyzing the Past to Invest in the Future: Use Statistics for Research Guides from Multiple Data Sources.” IN Radford, Marie L. (Ed.). (in press, 2012). Leading the Reference Renaissance: Today’s Ideas for Tomorrow’s Cutting Edge Services. NY: Neal-Schuman, pp. 275-290.
    Brown, Christopher C. (2007). Government Documents.” IN Research within the Disciplines: Foundations for Reference and Library Instruction. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, pp. 145-172.
    Brown, Christopher C. 2002. United Nations Centre for Regional Development Publications: Bibliography and Index. Nagoya, Japan: United Nations Centre for Regional Development. 278 pp.

    Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

    Brown, Christopher C. 2011. “Knowing Where They Went: Six Years of Online Statistics via the OPAC for Federal Government Information.” College & Research Libraries 72 (1), 43-61.  http://crl.acrl.org/content/72/1/43.abstract

    Meagher, Elizabeth S. and Christopher C. Brown. 2010. “Turned Loose in the OPAC: URL Selection, Addition, and Management Process.” Library Hi Tech 28 (3), 360-376. DOI: 10.1108/07378831011076620

    Brown, Christopher C. and Elizabeth S. Meagher. 2008. “Cataloging Free E-Resources: Is It Worth the Investment?” Interlending & Document Supply 36 (3), 135-141. DOI: 10.1108/02641610810897845

    Brown, Christopher C. 2004. “Knowing Where They’re Going: Statistics for Online Government Document Access through the OPAC.”Online Information Review 28 (6), 396-409. DOI: 10.1108/14684520410570526

    Meagher, Elizabeth S. and Christopher C. Brown. 2004. “Gold Rush: Integrated Access to Aggregated Journal Text through the OPAC.” Library Resources and Technical Services 48 (1), 69-76. Available at: http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alcts/resources/lrts/archive/48n1.pdf.

    Meagher, Elizabeth S., Christopher C. Brown, and Steven P. Fisher. 2000. “Finding Aids: From the Basement to the Web.”, Technical Services Quarterly 18 (no. 2), 41-56. DOI: 10.1300/J124v18n02_04

    Brown, Christopher C. 2000. “Reference Services to the International Adult Learner: Understanding the Barriers.” The Reference Librarian 33 (no. 69/70), p. 337-347. DOI: 10.1300/J120v33n69_30

    Other Journal/Newsletter Articles

    Brown, Christopher C. 2003. “Topos in Your OPAC: Linking to the Online Version.” Information Bulletin / Western Association of Map Libraries 34 (3), 141-144.

    Brown, Christopher C. 2002. “Building Your Database and Mounting It on the Web: A Model You Can Follow.” Computers in Libraries 22 (2), 10-12, 54-56. Article Linker.

    Brown, Christopher C. 1998. “Researching Federal Legislation on the Internet.” CoALL Scuttle (Newsletter of the Colorado Association of Law Libraries) 8 (no. 2, January), 21-24.

    Brown, Christopher C. 1998. “Researching Treaty Information on the Internet.” CoALL Scuttle (Newsletter of the Colorado Association of Law Libraries) 8 (no. 3, April).

    Brown, Christopher C. 1994. “Creating Automated Bibliographies Using Internet-accessible Online Library Catalogs.” Database (February), 67-71. Article Linker.Gold Rush: Integrated Access to Aggregated Journal Text through the OPAC

    Reviews

    Brown, Christopher C. 2004. “Virtual Reference Training: The Complete Guide to Providing Anytime, Anywhere Answhere” [Book Review]. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 30 (no. 5), 424-425. DOI: 10.1016/j.acalib.2004.06.005

    Brown, Christopher C. 2002. “Land Forces of Britain, the Empire and Commonwealth” [Review of Web Site]. The Charleston Advisor. 3 (no. 4), 27-29. Available at: <http://www.charlestonco.com/review.cfm?id=110>.

     


    Grants Top

    United Nations Centre for Regional Development's Teaching and Research Material, Nagoya, Japan. Women's Library Association. $3000. Awarded 1999.

    Internationalization Small Grant, Fall 2001. $800 for UNCRD research, Nagoya, Japan.


    Memberships Top

    American Library Association, 2001 to present.

    Government Documents Roundtable (2001 - present)

    Association of College & Research Libraries (2001-present)

    Library & Information Technology Association (2005 - present)

    Special Libraries Association. Information Technology Division, 1997-2000

    American Association of Law Libraries, 1998-1999

    Colorado Library Association, 1998-2002

    Served on CLA Executive Board from 2000-2002

    Colorado Association of Libraries, 2002-2004

    Colorado Digitization Project and Western Trails Project, Metadata Working Group, 1998-present; Interface Task Force, April 2000-2001.

     


    Service Top

    Innovative Users Group Steering Committee, Member-at-Large. May 2009 - March 2010.

    Innovative Users Group Steering Committee, Secretary/Treasurer. March 2010 - present.

    Official Representive from University of Denver to the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, 2006-present.