Year Retired from SJSU
San Francisco State College, Department of English, BA English, 1966
University of California - Berkeley, Library School, Master of Library Sciences, 1969
San Jose State University, Department of English, MA English, 1976
Graduate Division of Library Science, San Jose State University, Library 254 and 117 –“Literature of the Humanities” and “Introduction to Reference.”, 1980-1
Administrative and Professional Experience
1978-2006 Coordinator of Library Instruction/Program, Head, San Jose State University
1973-2006 Literature and Language Reference Librarian, San Jose State University
1971-2 Reference Librarian, part time, San Mateo Public Library
1970-1 Reference Librarian, Long Beach State College
1969-70 Head, Cataloging Department, Notre Dame University, Nelson, British Columbia
Fall 2001 Member of English Department Committee awarded a CSU Information Competence Initiative entitled “Proposal to Integrate Information Competencies into the English Department”.
“The MLAIB and Library Instruction in Literature and the Humanities”, 213-247 in Day, Betty H. Day and William A. Wortman eds. Literature in English: a Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age. Chicago, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2000.
“A Brave New World: User Studies in the Humanities enter the Electronic Age”, in The Reference Librarian, vol. 49/50, 1995. Also published in book form as Whitlatch, Jo Bell, ed., Library Users and Reference Services. New York, Haworth Press, 1995.
Editor, The Reference Librarian, vol. 47, 1994. Also published in book form as Reynolds, Judy, ed., Reference Services in the Humanities. New York, Haworth Press, 1994.
“Master's Candidates' Research Skills.” Research Strategies, vol 5, no.2 (Spring 1987).
“Academic Library Services: The literature of innovation” with Jo Bell Whitlatch. College and Research Libraries, vol. 46, no.5 (September 1985).