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CURRICULUM VITAE:

Michael B. Eisenberg
2012

Contents of the Vitae

Contact Information

Dean Emeritus and Professor
University of Washington
Information School
Suite 370D Mary Gates Hall
Box 352840
Seattle, WA 98195-2840

Email: mbe@u.washington.edu

Born: October 4, 1949

Education

PhD, Information Transfer,
School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, 1986

Certificate of Advanced Studies,
School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, 1981

Masters of Library Science,
State University of New York at Albany, 1973

Bachelor of Arts,
State University of New York at Albany, 1971

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Professional Employment

Jan. 2006 - Present

Dean Emeritus and Professor, The Information School, University of Washington

Aug. 1998 - Dec. 2005

Dean and Professor, The Information School, University of Washington

May 1993 - Aug. 1998

Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

Sept. 1989 - April 1993

Associate Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

Aug. 1990 - Aug. 1998

Director, Information Institute of Syracuse including the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology

Sept. 1982 - Aug. 1989

Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

Sept. 1985 - Aug. 1990

Associate Director, ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology (formerly Information Resources)

June 1977 - Aug. 1982

Adjunct Instructor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

June 1979 - Aug. 1982

Coordinator, School Media and Field Work Programs, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

Jan. 1974 - Sept. 1981

Head Library Media Specialist, Fayetteville-Manlius Senior High School, Manlius, NY

Jan. 1974 - Sept. 1974

Library Media Specialist, Eagle Hill Jr. High School, Manlius, NY

Jan. 1973 - Dec. 1973

Bibliographic Searcher, Library, SUNY Albany, Albany, NY

Sept. 1971 - June 1972

Social Studies Teacher, Valencia High School, Placentia, CA

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Funded Projects

2008 - 2012

Project Information Literacy (with Alison Head), MacArthur Foundation, ProQuest, Inc, IMLS.

2009 - 2011

Virtual Information behavior Environments, MacArthur Foundation

2008 - 2011

Reference Extract (with R. David Lankes, Syracuse, and Jeff Penka, OCLC), MacArthur Foundation

2006 - 2008

Credibility Commons (with R. David Lankes), MacArthur Foundation

2004 - 2007

Libraries and Small High Schools (with Matt Saxton and Bryce Nelson), U.S. Institute for Museum and Library Services

2005 - 2006

Seattle Innovation Symposium (with R. Nolan and E. Lazowska), NSF

2005 - 2006

Middle East Information Portal (with Ellis Goldberg), U.S. State Department

2001 - 2008

Gates Internships, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

2001 - 2002

Rapid Library Transformation Initiative, Seattle Public School District

2001 - 2002

Keeping Found Things Found, (with Harry Bruce and William Jones) National Science Foundation

1999 - 2000

Teachers as Scholars Program, Woodrow Wilson Foundation

1986 - 1998

ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology, U.S. Department of Education

1992 - 1998

AskERIC: Development and Research of an Internet-based Educational Information System. U.S. Department of Education

1994 - 1998

SunSITE, two grants from Sun Microsystems

1995 - 1998

KidsConnect, project of the American Association of School Librarians underwritten by Microsoft Corporation

1996 - 1998

AskLN: Education Information Services for the Learning Network, AT&T Corporation

1996 - 1998

Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM), with S. Sutton and R. Small, U.S. Department of Education

1996 - 1998

Teacher/Pathfinder Project, with N. Morgan, Redondo Beach (CA) Schools

1997 - 1998

Virtual Reference Desk, with R. D. Lankes, U.S. Department of Education

1993 - 1995

Evaluation Project, for the New York Public Library's CLASP Project, with C. McClure, J. Katzer, and R. Small, funded by the Dewitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund

1990 - 1991

Compact ERIC: A Study of the Feasibility of a Full ROM Product Involving "The Best of ERIC," University Microfilms, Inc.

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Honors and Awards

Honors and Awards: Personal

University of Washington Information School, Pedagogical Recognition for Our Faculty (PROF), 2010.

Association for Library and Information Science Education, Award for Professional Contribution, 2009.

Who's Who Award. Wellington C. Mepham High School, Bellmore, NY, 2008.

Distinguished Service Award, 2006. Baker and Taylor and the American Association of School Librarians. For Outstanding Service to Schools. June 26, 2006.

Dean Emeritus, University of Washington, 2006.

Higher Education Award, Washington Library Association, 2005.

President's Award, Washington Library Association, 2003.

President's Award, Washington Library Media Association, 2002.

Honorary Membership, Educational Media Association of New Jersey, Fall Conference, Cherry Hill, NJ, Oct. 24, 1999.

Leadership Award, School Library Media Section, New York Library Association, 1994.

Professor of the Year Award and Keynote Address, Convocation of the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, May 9, 1992.

Distinguished Alumni Award, School of Information Science and Policy of the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, for 1973 Masters of Library Science degree, 1990.

Doctoral Dissertation Award, American Society for Information Science, 1986.

Doctoral Dissertation Competition Award, Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), 1986.

Honors and Awards: Projects

Listpro 10th Anniversary LISTSERV Choice Award for Best Educational List: LM_NET, 2004 (with co-founder Peter Milbury).

EdNet '99 Pioneer Award for the Information Institute of Syracuse (awarded to organizations that contributed most significantly to the growth of the markets for educational technology and telecommunications during the previous year).

National Information Infrastructure (NII) "Champions of Cyberspace" Awards Semifinalist (for AskERIC, KidsConnect, AskLN as part of AT&T's Learning Network), 1997.

National Information Infrastructure (NII) "Champions of Cyberspace" Awards Semifinalist (for AskERIC), 1996.

Best of the Net Award "Best Professional K-12 Education Site," (for AskERIC), Global News Network (GNN), 1995.

Numerous "Best WWW Site" awards (for AskERIC), 1994-present.

Computerworld Smithsonian Award Finalist in the field of Education & Academia (for AskERIC), 1994.

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Publications and Productions

Publications  

Lin, P., Karlova, N., Marino, Jr., J., & EISENBERG, M. (2012). Highly Sought After: Second Life Continued Use, CSCW' 12 Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work Companion. ACM. Link

EISENBERG, M. Lin, P., Marino, J., & Karlova, N. (2011). Research on Credibility and Immersive Virtual Environments Virtual Information Behavior Environments (VIBE) Project: Final Report Final Report for MacArthur Foundation Grant #92258-0 (Rep.). Information School, University of Washington. Link

Scholl, H., EISENBERG, M., Dirks, L., Carlson, T. (April 2011) "The TEDS Framework for Assessing Information Systems from a Human Actors Perspective: Extending and Repurposing Taylor's Value-Added Model," Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 62(4):789-804.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (2011). The Big6 Workshop Handbook: Implementation & Impact, 4th Ed.. Linworth Publishing.

Head, A. and EISENBERG, M. (November 1, 2010). " Truth Be Told: How College Students Evaluate and Use Information in the Digital Age", Project Information Literacy Progress Report, University of Washington's Information School.  full text. 

EISENBERG, M. (2010) "Develop and Deliver Essential Information Literacy Programs," Proceedings of the Korean Society of Library & Information Science Conference, Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, 36(2).

Head, A. and EISENBERG, M. (July 12, 2010). ASSIGNING INQUIRY: How Handouts for Research Assignments Guide Today’s College Students Project Information Literacy Progress Report, University of Washington's Information School. full text.

EISENBERG, M. and Head, A. (May 2, 2009) "Add 'Research' to the Education's Traditional Three Rs", Seattle Times, Guest Column. full text.

Head, A. and EISENBERG, M. (February 4, 2009). "Finding Context: What Today's College Student Say about Conducting Research in the Digital Age", Project Information Literacy Progress Report, University of Washington's Information School. full text.

Head, A. and EISENBERG, M. (December 1, 2009). Lessons"Learned:"How College Students Seek Information in the Digital Age,"  Project Information Literacy First Year Report with Student Survey Findings, University of Washington's Information School. full text.

EISENBERG, M. (May 1, 2008) "The Parallel Information Universe: What's Out There and What It Means for Libraries." Library Journal. full text

EISENBERG, M. and Dirks. L. (2008). "Taylor's Value-Added Model: Still Relevant After All These Years." iSchools Conference, UCLA, Los Angeles. full text

EISENBERG, M. (March 2008) "Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age," DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 39-47. full text

EISENBERG, M. and Robinson, L. (2007). The Super3: Information Skills for Young Learners. Linworth Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. (2007). "Teaching Information Literacy: Context, Context, Context." in S. Curzon & L Lampert (eds.) Proven strategies for building a successful information literacy program. Neal-Schuman.

EISENBERG, M. (2006). "Three Roles for the 21st-Century Teacher-Librarian," CSLA Journal; v29 n2 p21-3.

EISENBERG, M. and Robinson, L. (2005). The Big6 Collection: The Best of the Big6 eNewsletter Volume II Linworth Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. (2005). "Evaluation--Checking It All Out," Library Media Connection; v24 n3 p22-3.

EISENBERG, M. (2005). "Synthesis--Where it All Comes Together [Big6 special section]," Library Media Connection; v24 n2 p26.

EISENBERG, M. (2005) . "Use of Information: Getting to the Heart of the Matter [Big6 special section]," Library Media Connection; v24 n1 p30-4, 112.

EISENBERG, M. (2005). "Stage 2--Information Seeking Strategies [Big6 special section]," Library Media Connection; v23 n6 p34-7.

EISENBERG, M. (2005) . "It All Starts with Task Definition [Big6 special section]," Library Media Connection; v23 n5 p33-8.

EISENBERG, M., Lowe, C., and Spitzer K (2004). Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age. 2nd. edition. Libraries Unlimited.

EISENBERG, M. (March 2004). "It's All About Learning: Ensuring That Students Are Effective Users of Information on Standardized Tests," Keynote speaker at the Gale/Linworth Education Issues in Education Forum at the American Association of School Librarians Annual Conference, Library Media Connection, p. 22-30.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (2003). The Definitive Big6 Workshop Handbook. Linworth Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Miller, D. (2002). "This Man Wants to Change Your Job," School Library Journal; v48 n9 p46-50.

EISENBERG, M. (2002). "LIS Education & Accreditation: A Dean's Perspective," Prism (published by Committee on Accreditation, American Library Association); v10 n1.

EISENBERG, M. and Miller, D. (2002). "Surviving or Even Thriving in Times of Crisis: Plans and Planning on the State and Local Level," Oregon Library Association Quarterly Newsletter; v8 n1 p12-15.

EISENBERG, M. (2001). "Beyond the bells and whistles: Technology skills for a purpose," MultiMediaSchools ; v8 n3 p44-48,50-51.

EISENBERG, M. and Cottrell, J. (2001). "Applying an information problem-solving model to academic reference work: findings and implications," College and Research Libraries v62 no4 p334-47. July 2001

EISENBERG, M. The Big6 eNewsletter: Teaching Technology & Information Skills. Executive Editor. Available at: http://www.big6.com/enewsletter/index.html

EISENBERG, M. (2000). "An Open Letter to Dr. Keith Swigger." The Book Report, 16(4): 44.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. with R. Darrow and K. Spitzer (2000). Teaching Information and Technology Skills: The Big6 in Secondary Schools. Linworth Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. with B. Jansen and T. Little (2000). Teaching Information and Technology Skills: The Big6 in Elementary Schools. Linworth Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Lowe, C. (2000). "The Roles and Responsibilities of Library and Information Technology Professionals in the 21st Century." In Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2000. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2000.

EISENBERG, M. and Lowe, C. (1999). "Call to Action: Getting Serious about Libraries and Information in Education." MultiMedia Schools, 6(2): 18-21.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1999). The New Improved Big6 Workshop Handbook. Professional Growth Series. Linworth Publishing.

Spitzer, K., EISENBERG, M., and Lowe, C. (1998). "Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED427780.

Small, R., Sutton, S., EISENBERG, M., Miwa, M., and Urfels, C. (1998). "An Investigation of PreK-12 Educators' Information Needs and Search Behaviors on the Internet." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED423862.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1998). "The Big6 and Student Achievement: Report of an Action Research Study." The Big6 Newsletter, November/December.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "The Year of Information Literacy." Interview by Yvonne Burry. The Book Report, 17(1): 22-.

EISENBERG, M. B. (1998). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem Solving. #6: Evaluation Ensuring Effectiveness and Efficiency." Emergency Librarian, 26(2): 35.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Implementing the Big6 Part II: Plans and Planning." The Big6 Newsletter, 1(5): 3, 6-7,14-15.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem Solving. #5: Synthesis Putting It All Together." Emergency Librarian, 26(1): 38.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Implementing the Big6: Context, Context, Context." The Big6 Newsletter, 1(4): 8-9, 14-15.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem Solving. #4.2 Extracting Relevant Information." Emergency Librarian, 25(5): 37.

EISENBERG, M. and Spitzer, K. (1998). "The Big6: Not Just for Kids! Introduction to the Big6: Information Problem-Solving for Upper High School, College-Age, and Adult Students." The Big6 Newsletter, 1(3): 8-10.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem Solving. #4.1: Use of Information: Where the Rubber Meets the Road." Emergency Librarian, 25(4): 43-44.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem Solving. #3: Location & Access--Think Index, Keywords, and Boolean." Emergency Librarian, 25(3): 28.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Sports and the Big6: The Information Advantage." Big6 Newsletter, 1(2): 8-10.

EISENBERG, M. (1998). "Not Just for the Younger Set: Booktalking Revisited." Big6 Newsletter, 1(6): 8-9.

EISENBERG, M., Henson, J., Howley, C., Cawley, N., Ramirez, B., and Rothenberg, D. (1997). "Rising Expectations: A Framework for ERIC's Future in the National Library of Education. Report of the ERIC Operations Framework Task Force." ERIC Clearinghouse for Information & Technology: ED410969

EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem-Solving. #2: Information Seeking Strategies." Emergency Librarian, 25(2): 22.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1997). "The Big6 & Electronic Resources: A Natural Fit." The Book Report, 16(2): 15, 22.

EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Technology--More than an Answer in Search of a Question." The Big6 Newsletter, September/October.

EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Big6 Tips: Teaching Information Problem-Solving. #1: Task Definition." Emergency Librarian, 25(1): 25.

EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Maximizing the Value of School Web Pages: An Information Problem-Solving Approach." SCAN (Australia), August/September.

EISENBERG, M. and Lowe, C. (1997). "The Big6 Skills: Looking at the World through Information Problem-Solving Glasses." In Callison, McGregor, and Small (eds.), Instructional Interventions for Information Use. Proceedings of the TreasureMountainResearch Retreat VI.. San Jose, CA: Hi Willow Press.

Cottrell, J. and EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Web Design for Information Problem-Solving: Maximizing Value for Users." Computers in Libraries, 17(5): 52-54, 56-57.

EISENBERG, M. and Repman, J. (1997). "The Sky Is Falling, The Sky Is Falling Or Is It?" Technology Connection, 3(2): 20-21.

EISENBERG, M. (1997). "Helping With Homework." Big6 Newsletter , 1(1): 4-5.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1996). "Helping With Homework: A Parent's Guide to Information Problem-Solving." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED418699.

EISENBERG, M. (1996). "Take the Internet Challenge: Using Technology in Context." The Book Report, 15(September/October): supp. 5-7.

Johnson, D. and EISENBERG, M. (1996). "Computer Literacy and Information Literacy: A Natural Combination." Emergency Librarian , 23(5): 12-16.

EISENBERG, M. (1996). "The Internet Challenge: Using Technology in Context to Meet Educational Goals." Information Highway and Schooling Virtual Conference, June 7-8.

EISENBERG, M. and Johnson, D. (1996). "Computer Skills for Information Problem-Solving: Learning and Teaching Technology in Context." ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED392463.

EISENBERG, M. (1995). "Librarianship in Cyberspace: Thriving in a Virtual World." SCAN (Australia), November.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1995). "The Six Study Habits of Highly Effective Students: Using the Big6 to Link Parents, Students, and Homework." School Library Journal, 41(8): 22-25.

EISENBERG, M. (1995). "Prelude to Perth: A Cyberspace Interview with Mike Eisenberg." Interview by Georgia Phillips. ASLA Teacher & Librarian, Journal of the AustralianSchoolLibrary Association (New South Wales), September.

EISENBERG, M. (1995). "LM_NET: Bringing Together the School Library Media Community-Electronically." In Epler (ed.), K-12 Networking: Breaking Down the Walls of the Learning Environment. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc.

EISENBERG, M. and Milbury, P. (1994). "LM_NET: Where Media Specialists Meet in Cyberspace." School Library Journal, 40(11): 31-33.

EISENBERG, M. (1994). "Free from the Constraints of Space and Time: Considering the Opportunities and Challenges for Electronic Publishing." Educational Technology, 34(7): 59-64.

EISENBERG, M. and Milbury, P. (1994). "The Internet and Library Media Programs: The Technology Is Now!" InMcClure, Moen, and Ryan (eds.), Libraries and the Internet/NREN: Perspectives, Issues, and Challenges. Westport, CT: Meckler.

EISENBERG, M. and Milbury, P. (1994). "LM_NET: Helping School Library Media Specialists to Shape the Networking Revolution in the Schools." School Library Media Annual, 12: 33-53.

EISENBERG, M. and Ely, D. (1993). "Plugging Into the 'Net': K-12 Networking." The Emergency Librarian, 21(2): 8-16.

EISENBERG, M. (1993). "Managing Technology." In Carson and Smith (eds.), Renewal at the Schoolhouse: Management Ideas for Library Media Specialists and Administrators. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

EISENBERG, M. and Milbury, P. (1993). "LM_NET: The School Library Media Electronic Network." Information Searcher, 5(2).

EISENBERG, M. and Ely, D. (1993). "K-12 Networking." The ERIC Review, 2(3).

EISENBERG, M. and Small, R. (1993). "Information Based Education: An Investigation of the Nature and Role of Information Attributes in Education." Information Processing & Management, 29(2): 263-275.

EISENBERG, M. and Brown, M. (1992). "Current Themes Regarding Library and Information Skills Instruction: Research Supporting and Research Lacking." School Library Media Quarterly, 20(2): 103-109.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1992). "Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach." School Library Media Activities Monthly, 8(5): 27-29, 37, 42.

EISENBERG, M. and Spitzer, K. (1991). "Skills and Strategies for Helping Students Become More Effective Information Users." Catholic Library World, 63(2): 115-120. 1991.

EISENBERG, M. (1991). "Professional Preparation of Library Media Specialists: The State of Programs in New York State." The Bookmark, 50 (Fall): 82-85.

EISENBERG, M. and Spitzer, K. (1991). "Information Technology and Services in Schools." Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST), 26: 263-275.

Schamber, L. and EISENBERG, M. (1991). "On Defining Relevance." Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 31(3): 238-240.

EISENBERG, M., Spitzer, K., Kingsley, I., and Darby, C. (1990). "Trends and Issues in Library and Information Science 1990." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED335061.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1990). Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

Schamber, L., EISENBERG, M., and Nilan, M. (1990). "A Re-examination of Relevance: Toward a Dynamic, Situational Definition." Information Processing and Management, 26(6): 755-776.

EISENBERG, M. (1990). Guest Editor. Special Issue on Technology. School Library Media Quarterly, 18(3).

EISENBERG, M. (1990). "Technology and the Library Media Program: Focus on Potential and Purpose." School Library Media Quarterly, 18(3): 139-.

EISENBERG, M. and Brown, M. (1990). "Current Themes Regarding Library and Information Skills Instruction: Research Supporting and Research Lacking." In The Research of School Library Media Centers: Papers of theTreasure Mountain Research Retreat, Park City, Utah, October 17-18, 1989 . Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Berkowitz, R. and EISENBERG, M. (1989). "The Curriculum Roles and Responsibilities of Library Media Specialists." ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED308880.

EISENBERG, M. (1989). "Update on Technology." Section Editor. School Library Media Annual 1988. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

EISENBERG, M., Trombly, C., and Ruth, L. (1988). "Trends and Issues in Library and Information Science." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED308884.

Vaughn, B. and EISENBERG, M. (1988). "Access Points to ERIC: An Update." ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED310780.

Schamber, L. and EISENBERG, M. (1988). "Relevance: The Search for a Definition." In Proceedings of the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science 1988. Learned Information.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1988). "Library and Information Skills Curriculum Scope and Sequence: The Big6 Skills." School Library Media Activities Monthly, 5(1): 26-28, 45, 50-51.

EISENBERG, M. and Barry, C. (1988). "Order Effects: A Study of the Possible Influence of Presentation Order on User Judgments of Document Relevance." Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 39(5): 293-300.

EISENBERG, M. (1988). "Measuring Relevance Judgments." Information Processing and Management, 24(4): 373-389.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1988). Curriculum Initiative: An Agenda and Strategy for School Library Media Programs. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1988). Resource Companion to Curriculum Initiative: An Agenda and Strategy for School Library Media Programs . Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Berkowitz, R. (1988). "The Library Media Specialist and Information Literacy." New York State School Boards Association Journal , June.

EISENBERG, M. and Greenberg, L. (1988). "ERIC on PRISM." Computers in Research, Syracuse UniversityResearch Computer Services, Division of Academic Computing Services, September.

EISENBERG, M. (1988). "Curriculum Mapping and Implementation of an Elementary School Library Media Skills Curriculum." In The Emerging School Library Media Program:Readings . Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

EISENBERG, M. (1987). "Changing Roles of the Media Specialist." ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED284532.

EISENBERG, M. and Hua, X. (1987). "A Study of Dichotomous Relevance Judgments." In Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science 50th Annual Meeting 1987. Learned Information.

EISENBERG, M. and Barry, C. (1986). "Order Effects: A Preliminary Study of the Possible Influence of Presentation Order on User Judgments of Document Relevance." In Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science 49th Annual Meeting 1986. Knowledge Industry.

EISENBERG, M. (1986). Magnitude Estimation and the Measurement of Relevance , Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University, May.

EISENBERG, M. and Williams, K. (1986). "Microcomputer-Based Telecommunications." In Microcomputers for Library Decision Making. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.

EISENBERG, M. and Notowitz, C. (1986). "Managing the Library and Information Skills Program: Developing Support Systems for Planning and Implementation." School Library Media Activities Monthly, 2(7): 27-33.

EISENBERG, M. and Walker, G. (1985). "Assisting the End User: An Analysis of Search Options." In Telecommunications and Networking: Collected Papers of the American Society for Information Science 14th Mid-Year Meeting. UMI.

EISENBERG, M. (1984). "Curriculum Mapping and Implementation of an Elementary School Library Media Skills Curriculum." School Library Media Quarterly, 12(5): 411-418.

EISENBERG, M. and Palmquist, R. (1984). "Testing a Text-Analysis Metric Using Magnitude Estimation." In 1984: Challenges to an Information Society, Proceedings of the 47th ASIS Annual Meeting. Knowledge Industry.

EISENBERG, M. (1984). "Microcomputer-Based Curriculum Mapping: A Data Management Approach." In The Micro Revolution: Collected Papers Presented at the 13th Mid Year Meeting of the American Society for Information Science. UMI.

EISENBERG, M. (1983). "The Direct Use of Online Bibliographic Information Systems by Untrained End Users: A Review of Research." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED238440.

EISENBERG, M. (1983). "The Direct Use of Online Bibliographic Systems by Untrained End Users." In The Application of Mini- and Micro-Computers in Information, Documentation and Libraries. Elsevier Science Publishers.

EISENBERG, M. (1982). "A New Home and School Association--Integrating Outside Reading in the Secondary Classroom." Media and Methods, February.

EISENBERG, M. (1981). "Curriculum Mapping and the Elementary School Library Media Skills Curriculum." In Proceedings of the Statewide Symposium for School Library Media Personnel. State Education Department.

EISENBERG, M. (1980). "The View from the Other Side--Teens Tell it." School Library Journal, December.

EISENBERG, M. (1980). "The High School Library Media Center and the Humanities." The Bookmark, Winter.

EISENBERG, M. (1980). "Fieldwork: Program Guide for the School of Information Studies." ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology: ED194100.

EISENBERG, M. and Notowitz, C. (1979). "Booktalks: Creating Contagious Enthusiasm." Media and Methods, 15(7): 32-33.

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Productions

Mike Eisenberg Information Literacy Series, Produced by ABC-CLIO

Vodcast #1: What is Information Literacy? (2010). Mike Eisenberg Information Literacy Series, ABC-CLIO. www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9UXEDNP1lc&feature=related.

Vodcast #2: How to Implement an Information Literacy Program (2010). Mike Eisenberg Information Literacy Series, ABC-CLIO. www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcROQru5ijA.

Vodcast #3: Accountability in the Information Literacy Program (2010). Mike Eisenberg Information Literacy Series, ABC-CLIO. www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH296RiR5I4

Vodcast #4: The Role of the Teacher-Librarian and the School Library Program. Mike Eisenberg Information Literacy Series, ABC-CLIO. www.youtube.com/watch?v=nE2MpvByblc

Project Information Literacy Videos. Content by A. Head with M. Eisenberg. produced by Robin Khamsi:

Major Findings: The PIL 2010 Student Survey (Nov 2010). www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwMXWU88oHE&hd=1

Major Findings: The PIL Handout Study (July 2010). www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEsyQnM5P4o&hd=1

PIL InfoLit Dialog #3: Frustrations (June 2009). www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmEzo51e_SQ&feature=channel_page

PIL InfoLit Dialog #1: Wikipedia (March 2009).. www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nOe26xY1zM&feature=channel_page

PIL InfoLit Dialog #2: Procrastination (April 2009). www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBMVUqnPank&feature=channel_page

What's an iSchool? (May 2009). How do information people see the world, compared to other professions? What is the iSchool's approach and how is it different? This short video, produced by Robin Khamsi, was shown as part of Mike Eisenberg's keynote speech to the NSF-Sponsored Workshop: "The Future of iSchool Doctoral Education, Part of the HCIL Annual Symposium," The University of Maryland, May 28, 2009.  http://tinyurl.com/ischoolvideo1

UW iSchool "Information Matters" series:

Sports: Building Winning Teams (May 2007) Interview with Lorenzo Romar and Mike Eisenberg, produced by the University of Washington Information School,Laura Schildkraut writer and producer. http://www.uwtv.org/programs/displayevent.aspx?rID=16120

"Building Winning NFL Teams (May 2007) Interview with Tim Ruskell and Mike Eisenberg, produced by the University of Washington Information School, Laura Schildkraut writer and producer. http://www.uwtv.org/programs/displayevent.aspx?rID=16121&fID=4120

Big6 TurboTools. (2005-2007). Software product. Big6 Learning Tools.

Solving Information Problems The Big6 Way. (2004) 34 min. video. B6 Media, Inc., available Linworth Publishing.

The Big6 eNewsletter. (1999 - Present) Senior Editor. Quarterly serial publication, Big6 Associates. Available at www.big6/enewsletter/index.html

Essential Skills for the Information Age: The Big6 in Action. (1999) 38 min. video. B6 Media, Inc., available Linworth Publishing.

The Big6 Approach to Teaching Information & Technology Literacy: Secondary Schools. (1998) 90 min. video and broadcast. Kentucky Educational Television.

The Big6 Skills Newsletter. (1997 - 1999) Senior Editor and producer with Robert Berkowitz. Bi-monthly serial publication. Linworth Publishing.

Late Night With Mike Eisenberg and LM_NET. (April 4, 1997) 180 min. video. Sponsored by Linworth Publishing Co. and Infonautics, Inc. In conjunction with Learning: Continue the Adventure, 8th Annual National Conference, American Association of School Librarians, Portland, OR.

Teaching Information Skills . (1993) video. Produced by Dr. Robert Grover, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS. Distributed by Libraries Unlimited.

Research in School Library Media. (March 5, 1993) National teleworkshop with Jeffrey Katzer to 41 sites in the U.S. and Canada. University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science and the Library and Distance Education Consortium, Columbia, SC.

Teaching Information Skills.(1992) 3 videos. Series based on M. Eisenberg's keynote presentations and workshops related to information problem-solving and library media programs. Supplemented with additional material. Tape 1: Schools for 2000 and Beyond, (28:17 min); Tape 2: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information Skills Instruction, Part 1 (52:34 min) and Part 2 (39:37 min); Tape 3: Teaching Information Skills Examples, (50:00 min.). Produced by Dr. Robert Grover, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS.

Teaching Information Skills: An Interview with Mike Eisenberg. (March 1992) 20:25 min. video. Produced by Dr. Robert Grover, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS.

Information Skills Through Information Problem-Solving. (March 13, 1991) video. Interview for the South Carolina Department of Education, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Information Technology: Curriculum Implications. (March 21, 1990) 60 min.. Telecast to 22 states. Sponsored by the Satellite Educational Resources Consortium and the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Madison, WI.

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Presentations and Workshops

 I.T. Littleton Seminar, "What College Students Say About Conducting Research in the Digital Age: Implications for Libraries, Librarians, and Higher Education from Project Information Literacy," North Carolina State Univesity, Raleigh, NC. (June 1, 2012).

Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference, "What College Students Say About Conducting Research in the Digital Age: Implications for Libraries, Librarians, and Higher Education from Project Information Literacy," Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta. (May 23, 2012).

TEDSxUofW, "Are You Experienced? Information AlchemyŚFrom Data and Information to Knowledge and Wisdom," University of Washington. (April 21, 2012).

"Lessons for Learning Putting Project Information Literacy to Work," The Blended Librarian, Online. (April 5, 2012).

"Library 21 - Technology and Industry Connections," Serial Solutions, Inc., Seattle, WA. (March 21, 2012).

Freshmen Convocation, "Are You Experienced? Do you have What It Takes to Thrive in the Information Age?," Augustana College, Moline, Illinois. (March 15, 2012).

"Improving Critical Inquiry," Augustana College, Moline, Illinois. (March 14, 2012).

Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools (PNAIS), "Lessons for Kľ12 from Project Information Literacy: College and Career Readiness," Bellevue, WA. (March 5, 2012).

 "Advanced Big6 Training," Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Webinar series. (2011).

"Colloquium Keynote on Project Information Literacy," University of British Columbia, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. (November 2, 2011).

Job Security! Library Information & Technology Programs That Make a Difference," South Dakota Library Association Annual Conference, " South Dakota Library Association, Spearfish, SD. (October 7, 2011).

"Are Librarians an Endangered Species?," Serial Solutions, Inc., Seattle, WA. (September 30, 2011).

"The Information Field in Higher Education ľ Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," Connection Conference for Information Science Doctoral Students,  Milwaukee, WI. (May 20, 2011 - May 21, 2011).

 "Library Information and Technology Programs in K-12 Education," Northwest Council of Computers in Education Annual Conference,Portland, OR. (March 1, 2011).

Symposium on Web Sciences, "The Promise and Potential of Web Science: An Information School Perspective," Korean Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul, Korea. (February 28, 2011).

"What College Students Say about Conducting Research in the Digital Age," Langara College, Vancouver, BC. (January 20, 2011).

"What College Students Say about Conducting Research in the Digital Age," Keynote address and workshop, Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta, CA, Nov 24, 2010.

"Lessons Learned from Project Information Literacy: How College Students Seek Information in the Digital Age," Keynote Address, Rising Junior Workshop, (LSTA Funded Information Literacy Project for Community Colleges), Highline Community College, Nov 19, 2010.

"Information Schools: Academic and Professional Studies for the 21st Century," Invited Lecture, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. October 11, 2010.

"Information Schools and Information Education," Invited Lecture, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea. October 11, 2010.

"Global Skills for Global Leaders: Information & Technology Fluency," 2 half-day workshops for parents, Seoul, Korea, October 10, 2010.

"Develop and Deliver Essential Information Literacy Programs," invited paper, Research, Learning & Libraries in the 21st Century Conference, Korea Society of Library & Information Science, Seoul, Korea, October 8, 2010.

"Big6 by the Month: Comprehensive and Predictable Information Literacy Programs," webinar series, Big6 Associates, online, 2010.

"Implementing Information Literacy Programs: The Big6," 2 full day workshops, Charlotte-Meckenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC, August 19-20, 2010.

"Big6 Academy," 1.5 day workshop, Rochester, NY August 1-2, 2010.

"The Library Game-Changer: Summon the Future," Keynote, Serial Solutions Breakfast, ALA Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., June 26, 2010.

"Information Literacy Faculty Development Workshop," keynote address and workshop. Felician College. Lodi, NJ, June 9, 2010.

"Tools not Toys: Understanding and Effectively Teaching Today's Students," Keynote address, Walls Optional Faculty Conference, Camosun College, Victoria, BC, April 30, 2010.

Tech and the Future and All That Stuff. 2 hour workshop for University of Washington Educational Outreach, March 12, 2010.

Library Media Think Tank, Full day workshop, Utah Educational Library Media association, Salt Lake City, UT, December 14, 2009.

Advanced Big6 Information Skills Programs, Bellingham (WA) Schools, November 16, 2009.

 The Super3: Strategies for Standards in K-3, (with Laura Robinson), AASL National Conference, Charlotte, NY, November 6, 2009.

Implementation and Impact: The Big6 Applied to Tests and Standards, (with Bob Berkowitz), AASL National Conference, Charlotte, NY, November 6, 2009.

Information Literacy in Education, Full day workshops sponsored by Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education, Iowa state University, October 21, Council Bluffs, IA, October 20, Ames, IA, October 19, Coralville, IA

Big6 Academy, 1.5 day workshop, July 26, 27, 2009, Rochester, NY.

"The Future of iSchool Doctoral Education, Part of the HCIL Annual Symposium," Keynote Address, The University of Maryland, May 28, 2009.

"Big6 Information Literacy: Essential skills for the Information Age." Teleconference to Beijing and Shanghai, China, Sponsored by the US State Department, May 21, 2009.

"Big6 Information Literacy: Essential skills for the Information Age." Teleconference to Minsk, Belarus, Sponsored by the US State Department, April 16, 2009.

"Library Information and Technology in Education," Evening Keynote to the Ferndale (WA) community, sponsored by the Ferndale School District, Ferndale, WA, March 2, 2009.

"The Big6 Approach to Information Literacy," 2 full-day district workshops, Searsport, Maine Schools. Searsport, ME., March 25, 2009, January 26, 2009.

"Information Literacy: The Big6 Approach," half-day workshop, Missoula Schools, Missoula, MT., February 12, 2009.

"Montana Standards and the Big6." Office of Public Instruction, full day workshop, State of Montana. Helena, MT., February 7, 2009.

"Crisis in School Libraries," symposium, sponsored by the American Association of School Librarians and the International Society for Technology in Education, in Second Life, January 20, 2009.

"Essential Skills for the Information Age: The Big6," full-day workshop, Fort Worth Independent School District, Fort Worth, TX, December 6, 2008.

"The Big6 Approach to Information Literacy," full-day district workshop, Surrey, BC Schools, Surrey, BC, Canada. November 21, 2008.

"The Whole Enchilada: Visioning, Planning, and Implementing Media Programs for Learning and Teaching," keynote address, North Carolina School Library Association, Winston-Salem, NC,. October 30, 2008.

Essential Skills for the Information Age: The Big6 Approach to Information Literacy. Full-day workshop. North Carolina School Library Association, Winston-Salem, NC. October 29, 2008.

"Unintended Consequences of the Information Age: Our Children Online and Vulnerable," and "Growing Up Digital: Monitoring Technology at Home for Kids and Parents," Workshops, McKinstry Industries, Seattle, WA., September 20, 2008.

"The Big6 Workshop: Essential Skills for the Information Age," full-day workshop, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC, August 20, 2008.

"Changing Opportunities: What's Out There and What it Means for Libraries," keynote address, Thinking Ahead Symposium, Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City, March 25, 2008.

"Literary Citizens in a Digital World, invited keynote presentation at National Central Library, Library Association of China, Taiwan National Library, Taipei, Taiwan, December 8, 2007.

"Implementing Information Literacy" Invited keynote presentation, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan. December 7, 2007.

"Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age." Keynote presentation and paper. Conference on E-Learning. National Chiayi University, Chiayi, Taiwan. December 5, 2007.

"This is Not Optional!! Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," invited keynote presentation, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, November 15, 2007.

"The Definitive Big6 Workshop - Information Literacy in Action," full day invited workshop, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, November 16, 2007.

"Making State Standards and Big6 Work for You," referred presentation. American Association of School Librarians, National Conference, Reno, NV., October 26, 2007.

"Emerging Technologies for Libraries and a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) Analysis." Invited keynote presentation, Sacramento Public Library All Staff Training Day, October 10, 2007.

"The Sky is Not Falling!Opportunities Abound as Library and Information Schools Engage the Future," OCLC Distinguished Seminar Series, Dublin, OH. October 20, 2007.

"Big6 Summer Seminar," two day workshop (with Robert Berkowitz), Rochester, NY, July 29-30, 2007.

"A Library WOT and SWOT: What's Out There and What Does it Mean for Libraries?" Invited keynote address, International Federation of Library Associations, MetLib Conference, Seattle, WA., May 11, 2007.

"It's Time to Get Serious: Integrating Big6 Information & Technology Skills Into Everyday Student Learning," full day workshop (with Laura Robinson), Washington Library Media Association Peninsula Retreat for Educators, April 14, 2007.

"Super3 and Big6 Workshop," (with Laura Robinson) full day workshop, Foothills Middle School, Wenatchee, WA. February 2, 2007.

"Information Literacy and the Big6 in the 21st Century. Michigan Association for Media in Education, Region 17, Oakland, MI, November 16, 2006

"Keys to 21st Century Student Learning," Keynote address, School Library Systems Conference, Syracuse, NY, October 18, 2006.

"Researching What's on the Horizon for 21st Century Schools: Visioning, Planning, Delivering, and Selling Library & Information Programs that Make a Difference. Leatherstocking Conference, Utica NY, October 17, 2006.

Essential Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," Seattle Community College Inservice, September 14, 2006.

"Essential Skills: Information Literacy in Community Colleges," Tacoma Community College Inservice, September 13, 2006.

"Innovation as a Strategic Advantage," Panel Moderator. Seattle Innovation Symposium, Seattle, Washington, September 13, 2006.

"This is Not Optional! The Big6 = Essential Information & Technology Skills for Student Success." Keynote Address, Arkansas Association for Instructional Media, Hot Springs, Arkansas, April 9, 2006.

The Big6 Approach to Information and Technology Literacy. Keynote Address, Near East School Association, Bangkok, Thailand, March 30, 2006.

"Library and Information Science Education in the 21st Century," Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, February 24, 2006.

Closing Panel Discussion: Research in School Libraries. American Association of School Librarians, National Conference, Pittsburgh, PA., October 8, 2005.

"School Libraries: Important for Schools, Society, and Libraries." Keynote Address, Oregon Library Association Conference, Portland, Oregon April 7, 2005.

"21st Century iSchool," Information and Communications University, Daejeon, Korea, October 23, 2004.

"Information Literacy - Literate Citizens in a Digital World," Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), Atlanta, GA, April 20, 2004.

"Lleg´┐Ż nuestro momento," Asociaci´┐Żn de Bibliotecarios Escolares de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 5, 2004.

"Information Literacy," Escuela Graduada de Ciencias Y Tecnologias de la Informaci´┐Żn, University of Puerto Rico, February 4, 2004.

"Fulfilling Our Destiny: From Library to Information School," Epps Lecture, School of Information Studies, Florida State University, January 30 2004.

"Technology Opportunities and Challenges," Technology, Values & the Justice System Conference, University of Washington, January 2004.

"The Big6: Essential Skills for the Information Age presentation at Convengno Internazionale, University of Padua, Padua, Italy, January 31, 2003.

Our Time is Now! The Power of Information and Librarians! presentation at the NCCE Conference, Spokane WA, March 15, 2001.

"This is Not Optional!! Ensuring that Students Are Effective Users of Ideas and Information," presentation, National Education Computing Conference/International Society for Technology in Education, Seattle, WA, June 30, 2003

"The Whole Enchilada: Visioning, Planning, Delivering, and Selling Library & Information Programs that Make a Difference," presentation, Lake Washington School District, Redmond, WA, March 30, 2003

"The Big6 - Essential Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," presentation, Companion Company, Salt Lake City, UT, March 11-13, 2003

"The Big6 Approach to Information and Technology Literacy," presentation, University of Padua, Italy, January 31, 2003

"Declaration of Interdependence - Connecting Researchers and Practitioners," conference, ALISE conference, Philadelphia, PA, January 21-24, 2003

"Information Colloquium," conference, ABET IT Colloquium, Washington, DC, January 20-22, 2003

"The Whole Enchilada: Visioning, Planning, Delivering and Selling Library & Information Programs that Make a Difference," presentation, Yakima School District, Yakima, WA, January 16, 2003

"State of the Information School," presentation, Washington Public Library Directors" Meeting, January 9, 2003

"The Definitive Big 6 Workshop - Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," presentation, WLMA/OEMA Conference, Portland, OR, October 10-12, 2002

"ASIST 2002: Information, Connections and Community," annual meeting, ASIST Annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 18-21, 2002

"Teenagers and the Internet - Facing the Tough Questions," presentation, The Northwest School Parent Forum, Seattle, WA, November 6, 2002

"Research and Information Skills:Big 6," presentation, WLMA NE7, Spokane, WA, November 1-3, 2002

"The Definitive Big 6 Workshop - Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," presentation, WLMA/OEMA Conference, Portland, OR, October 10-12, 2002

"Three "R's" and a "T": Education in the Information Age," speech, David Davis Dinner Series-University of Washington, Seattle, WA, September 17, 2002

"The Whole Enchilada: Visioning, Planning, Delivering and Selling Library & Information Programs that Make a Difference" "The Big6 Approach: Integrating Information & Technology Skills Into Subject Area Curriculum" "The Big6 Agenda: Essential Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," presentation, Encyclo-Media XXII - Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma City, OK, September 11-13, 2002

"Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills: Using the Big6 Approach to Help Students Succeed in the Information Age," workshop, A Big6 Workshop for the Ross School District, Ross, CA, August 22-23, 2002

"Beyond Surviving - Thriving! Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," presentation, Meadowdale Elementary School-Edmonds School District, Lynnwood, WA, August 27, 2002

"Beyond Surviving - Thriving! Education in a Technological, Information-Based World," presentation, Shoreline School District Administrative Retreat, Shoreline, WA, August 7, 2002

"The ABC Approach," presentation, Beaverton School District Library Leadership Summit, Beaverton, OR, June 24, 2002

"The Information School Perspective," presentation, Academia and Business Communities: Creating Synergies; Leveraging Technologies, Society for Information Management Seminar, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington Campus, Seattle, WA, June 13, 2002.

"The Role of Libraries and Librarians in Quality Schools (aka, The Whole Enchilada)," presentation, Washington Library Media Association, Marysville, WA, May 16, 2002.

"The Buffalo-Big6 Information & Technology Skills Initiative: To Ensure That Students Are Effective Users of Information," keynote and video conferences (2), Big6 Program for the Buffalo Public Schools, September 21, 2001, January 29, 2002 and April 25, 2002.

"This is Not Optional!!! Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," presentation, American Association of Community Colleges Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 22, 2002.

"What's New at the U?" presentation, Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association Joint 2002 Conference, Portland, OR, April 19, 2002.

"WSL Information Literacy Project - Bringing All Libraries on Board," presentation, Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association Joint 2002 Conference, Portland, OR, April 18, 2002.

"Mike Eisenberg and Art Wolinsky Present The Definitive Big6" Workshop," workshop, Metamorphoses: Changing Faces of Technology, Northwest Council for Computer Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, March 13, 2002.

"Kids, WebQuests, and the Big6: Perfect Together," featured speaker, Northwest Council for Computer Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, March 13, 2002.

"Technology with a Purpose: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information & Technology Instruction," featured speaker, Northwest Council for Computer Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, March 13, 2002.

"The Future is Now! The Role of Library and Information Professionals in the 21st Century," keynote, Online Northwest: Nineteenth Annual Conference, Eugene, OR, March 1, 2002.

"The Big6 in Action: Helping Students to Succeed in the Information Age," workshop, Colorado Educational Media Association Conference 2002, Colorado Springs, CO, February 15, 2002.

"Our Time is Now! The Power of Information and Libraries," keynote, Colorado Educational Media Association Conference 2002, Colorado Springs, CO, February 14, 2002.

"The Definitive Big6 Workshop: Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," workshop, Colorado Educational Media Association Conference 2002, Colorado Springs, CO, February 14, 2002.

"The Future of Libraries," Featured Speaker, Altrusa International of Clark County Library Service Award Dinner, Vancouver, WA, February 7, 2002.

"Our Time is Now: The Power of Libraries, Librarians, and Information," presentation, Beta Phi Mu, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, February 2, 2002.

"Our Time is Now: The Power of Libraries and Information," keynote, LSU Beta Phi Mu, Baton Rouge, LA, February 1, 2002.

"Perspectives on Virtual Collaboration," presentation, Internet2 webcast, January 24, 2002.

"The Big6 - Essential Information & Technology Skills for Student Success," presentation, Lake Forest Park Elementary staff meeting, Seattle, WA, January 8, 2002

"Library Media Program and the WAC," presentation, Learning Support and Improvement Committee of the Washington State Board of Education, Burien, WA, January 7 & 15, 2002

"Our Time is Now: The Power of Libraries and Information," keynote, North Olympic Library System Staff Development Day, Port Angeles, WA, November 12, 2001.

"Information Power: Library & Information Programs for Student Learning," workshop, Northshore Schools, Northshore, WA, November 9, 2001.

"The Power of Information and Libraries," keynote, Central Oregon Regional Library Conference, Redmond, OR, October 18, 2001.

"How to get a MLS without leaving Wyoming," program, Wyoming Library Association Annual Conference 2001, Cody, WY, September 28, 2001.

"Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," workshop, Wyoming Library Association Annual Conference 2001, Cody, WY, September 29, 2001.

"Big6 Curriculum Workshop," workshop, Centralia Kitsap Schools, Silverdale, WA, August 30, 2001.

"21st Century Library and Information Programs," presentation, Northshore School District Administrators, Bothell, WA, May 2, 2001.

"Managing Information Literacy Programs in Your Library," and "What's New at the U?" presentations, Washington Library Association, Spokane, WA, April 6, 2001.

"It's About Time! Libraries, Information, and Professional Education in Washington State," presentation, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, March 27, 2001.

Our Time is Now! The Power of Information and Librarians! presentation at the NCCE Conference, Spokane WA, March 15, 2001.

"Big 6 Approach to Information Literacy," workshop, Northwest Council for Computer Education, Spokane, WA, March 14, 2001.

"Teacher-Librarians, Library & Information Programs Now!!- The Whole Enchilada," "Beyond Surviving-Thriving! Education in a Technological, Information-Based World," "Big6-Real or Virtual: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," Administrative keynote speaker, Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools, March 8, 2001

"Coping with Information Overload," lecture, Wenatchee Valley College Lecture Series, Wenatchee, WA, February 12, 2001.

"Teachers as Scholars," presentation, Seattle Arts & Lectures Series, Seattle, WA, February 9, 2001.

"Reinvent the School-Public Library Relationship," workshop, Rapid Library Transformation Initiative, Seattle, WA, December 19, 2000.

"Information & Technology for Student Success: Thriving in the Information Age," presentation, Administrators Workshop, Skagit Valley College, December 12, 2000.

"Coping with Information Overload: Managing Information in the 21st Century," one-hour presentation, Network, University of Washington Training and Development, Seattle, WA, December 8, 2000.

"What Will the Future Hold?" keynote address, Seattle Public Library All Staff Day, Seattle, WA, November 30, 2000.

"Information Literacy," keynote address, Association of College and Research Libraries, New York Metropolitan Area Chapter, New York, NY, November 17, 2000.

"Collaborating with the Big6 Workshop," presentation via video-conference, California School Library Association, Santa Clara, CA, November 15, 2000.

"Definitive Big 6: Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," Everett Public Schools, Everett, WA, November 2, 2000.

"Our Time is Now!" keynote address, Health Sciences Libraries All Staff Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, October 31, 2000.

"Future of Library Services," keynote address, Spokane County Library District Staff Day, Spokane, WA, October 27, 2000.

"Reinventing Instruction in the Classroom," presentation/discussion, Prosser School District Meeting, Prosser, WA, October 25, 2000.

"Our Time is Now! The Power of Information and Librarians," keynote address, Library Information Network of Clackamas County Annual Conference, October 20, 2000.

"Digital Librarians: Who Needs 'Em?" keynote address with Dr. Charles McClure, Virtual Reference Desk Digital Conference, Seattle, WA, October 16, 2000.

"Definitive Big 6 Workshop: Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," two workshops, Washington Library Media Association, Bellevue, WA, October 12, 2000.

"Definitive Big 6: Teaching Essential Information & Technology Skills," pre-conference workshop and keynote address, Idaho Library Association's Annual Conference, Lewiston, ID, October 4th and 5th, 2000.

"Our Time is Now! The Power of Information, Libraries and Librarians," keynote address, Pierce County Library All Staff Day, September 15, 2000.

"Information & Technology for Student Success: Thriving in the Information Age," presentation, Welcome Back Program, Skagit Valley College, September 12, 2000.

"Teaching Essential Information and Technology Skills," presentation, Catholic Educators" Conference, Seattle, WA, September 8, 2000.

"Faculty Searches: Striving for Success in Process and Results," panel presentation, Administrator's Workshop, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, September 6, 2000.

"Get Serious about Libraries and Information," presentation, Vancouver Public School, K-12 Media Specialists training, Vancouver, WA, August 30, 2000.

"Careers in Information Science Computer Technology," one-hour presentation at Gear Up Summer Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, August 15, 2000.

"Helping Students to Succeed in the Information Age," keynote address, Library Leadership and Information Literacy Institute, Burien, WA, August 2, 2000.

"The Big 6,"" three-hour presentation, Madera High Unified School District, Madera, CA, August 10, 2000.

"Competencies and Professional Development," one-hour presentation, Visual Resources Association, Pacific Rim Chapter Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, August 5, 2000.

"Harnessing the Promise of the Information Age: The Power of Information and Librarians," one-hour presentation, Northwest Academic Computing Consortium 2000, an EDUCAUSE Regional Conference, Seattle, WA, June 8, 2000.

"Coping and Thriving in the Information Age," presentation to Emerald City Rotary, Seattle, WA, June 6, 2000.

"Information Age, Threat to Libraries?" one-hour presentation, City Club of Tacoma, Tacoma, WA, May 17, 2000.

"The Big 6,"" three-hour presentation, Oak Harbor School District Staff Retreat, Oak Harbor, WA, May 15, 2000.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," keynote address, Critical Thinking and Information Literacy Across the Curriculum of Bellevue Community College Symposium, University of Washington, May 10, 2000.

"Our Time is Now!" keynote address, and "Information Literacy in all Settings - The Big 6," presentation, Montana Library Association Conference, Billings, MT, March 27, 2000.

"What's All the Fuss? Making Sense of the Information Revolution," two-hour presentation, Dawg Days in the Desert, University of Washington Alumni Meeting, Palm Springs, CA, March 22, 2000.

"Perspectives on the Role of Public Libraries in Society Today - The Big Picture," one-hour presentation at Manager's Hour, King County Library System, Redmond, WA, March 2, 2000.

"Bigger Than a Breadbasket: Teaching Courses in Information Literacy - or - Context, Context Context," two-hour workshop, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, March 1, 2000.

"The Big6 in Action: Helping Students to Succeed in the Information Age" and "Information Literacy: Our Time is Now!" half-day workshop and one-hour keynote address, California School Library Association's Annual State Conference, Palm Springs, CA, November 17-18, 1999.

"Big6 Unleashed on Competency Exams: Evidence from a Case Study," workshop with R. Berkowitz, AASL Ninth Annual Conference and Exhibition, Birmingham, AL, November 11-12, 1999.

"The Importance of Libraries and Librarians" and "Changes at the University of Washington's School of Library and Information Science," presentations, Stevens County Rural Library, Spokane, WA, November 6, 1999.

"The Importance of Libraries and Librarians" and "Changes at the University of Washington's School of Library and Information Science," presentations, Public Library, Spokane, WA, November 5, 1999.

"Assessing Where We've Been and Where We're Going: Academic Librarianship at the Turn of the Century," one-hour presentation, Washington/Oregon ACRL 20th Annual Fall 1999 Conference, Bellingham, WA, October 28, 1999.

"Access in the Millennium: The Roles and Education of Library and Information Professionals," one-hour presentation, Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association, WA, October 26, 1999.

"Working with K-12 Schools," panel presentation, Administrators Workshop, University of Washington, October 20, 1999.

"The Information and Technology Literacy Agenda: The Big6" and "Implementing Information and Technology Skill: Big6 in Curriculum Contents," one-hour presentation and keynote address, Minnesota Educational Media Organization's Fall Conference, Mankato, MN, October 8, 1999.

"Librarianship: The Changing Profession," keynote address, Workshop in Library Leadership, Yakima, WA, September 9, 1999.

"Implementing The Big6: Three Days of Workshops, Presentations, and Teaching," American School in Japan, Tokyo, Japan, November 16-18, 1998.

"Information and Technology Literacy in Education," keynote presentation, Hong Kong Institute of Technology, Hong Kong, November 12, 1998.

"Helping With Homework: The Teacher-Parent Connection," evening keynote, Hong Kong Telecom Foundation, Hong Kong, November 10, 1998.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," three-day workshop, English Schools Foundation, Hong Kong, November 9-11, 1998.

"Library & Information Programs: Essential for Student Success," one-day workshop, Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DODDS), Seoul, Korea, November 5, 1998.

"Information-Technology-Learning-Teaching: The Future is Now!" keynote presentation, KORCOS-DODDS Conference, Seoul, Korea, November 6, 1998.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age: The Information Perspective," keynote presentation, KORCOS-DODDS Conference, Seoul, Korea, November 6, 1998.

"Information-Technology-Learning-Teaching: The Future is Now!" presentation, Miami-Dade County Schools Technology Conference, Miami Beach, FL, October 15, 1998.

"Information and Technology Literacy," one-day workshop, Pauling Putnam, Van Wert Summer Institute, Ottoville, OH, August 5, 1998.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," one-day workshop, Great Seal Network of Ohio, Chillicothe, OH, August 4, 1998.

"Information Literacy Across the Curriculum," Teacher Team Building Institute, Utah State Education Department, Solitude, UT, June 15-18, 1998.

"Librarians in Cyberspace: Beyond Surviving & Thriving," keynote address, New Jersey Library Association, Long Branch, NJ, April 29, 1998.

"Information Skills for the Information Age," keynote address, Administrators' Breakfast, Schuyler Cortland Tompkins BOCES, Elmira, NY, April 22, 1998.

"Information and Technology Literacy," two-day planning meeting, Aspen Institute, Wye River, MD, April 15-16, 1998.

"Information Literacy in Higher Education," keynote address and panel, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA, April 3, 1998.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," two-hour keynote address, Medfield Schools, Medfield, MA, April 2, 1998.

"Helping With Homework: The Parent Connection," evening presentation, Medfield, MA, April 2, 1998.

"Information and Technology Skills: Agenda and Strategy," Hawaii Association of School Librarians Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI, March 14, 1998.

"Helping With Homework: The Parent Connection," evening presentation, Honolulu, HI, March 13, 1998.

"The Information Literacy Agenda: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," workshop, Southern Wisconsin Educational Inservice Organization, WI, February 27, 1998.

"KidsConnect: Connecting Kids and Information through the Internet," workshop, Southern Wisconsin Educational Inservice Organization, WI, February 27, 1998.

"AskERIC: Education Information with a Personal Touch" and GEM: the Gateway to Educational Materials," workshop, Southern Wisconsin Educational Inservice Organization, WI, February 27, 1998.

"From Library to Classroom to Home: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote address, Utah Education and Library Media Association Conference," Salt Lake City, UT, February 5, 1998.

"Teaching Essential Technology and Information Skills: The Big6 Approach," workshop, Utah Education and Library Media Association Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, February 5, 1998.

"Thriving in Cyberspace: Information Services the AskERIC and KidsConnect Way," workshop, Utah Education and Library Media Association Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, February 5, 1998.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success," full-day workshop, San Diego County Schools, San Diego, CA, Jan 9, 1998.

"The Big6 Skills Approach to Library and Information Skills Instruction," full-day workshop, Fresno County Schools, Fresno, CA, Jan 8, 1998.

"Implementing the Big6 Skills Approach to Information Literacy," two-hour teleconference, Millcreek Schools, PA, December 3, 1997.

"Education Information: A Grounded Vision of Tomorrow," presentation with David Lankes, U.S. Education Information Network kickoff conference, National Library of Education, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C., November 13, 1997.

"Librarians in Cyberspace: Beyond Surviving--Thriving," keynote address, Western Suffolk BOCES Superintendent's Conference Day, Islip, NY, November 4, 1997.

"Library Advocacy: Hammering Home the Vision," Western Suffolk BOCES Superintendent's Conference Day, Islip, NY, November 4, 1997.

"Librarians in Cyberspace: Beyond Surviving--Thriving," featured presentation, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY, November 1, 1997.

"AskERIC: Education Information Services and Resources in Cyberspace," featured presentation with Pauline Lynch, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY, October 31, 1997.

"Information Technology Skills for All Ages," featured presentation with R. Berkowitz, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY, October 31, 1997.

"Beyond a Quiet Place to Study: REALLY Helping With Homework," keynote address, Families, Technology and Education Conference, Chicago, IL, October 30, 1997.

"Information and Technology Skills for Student Success: The Big6 Skills Approach," full-day workshop, Findlay, OH, October 17, 1997.

"Rolling Up Our Sleeves: Implementing Information & Technology Skills Instruction--Right Now!!" half-day workshop, Sacketts Harbor Schools, Watertown, NY, October 10, 1997.

"Information-Technology-Learning and Teaching: The Future is Now," half-day workshop, Jefferson-Lewis BOCES School Library System, Watertown, NY, October 10, 1997.

"The Future of Education Information Services," presentation with David Lankes, U.S. Department of Education Summit Meeting of Service Providers, Washington, DC, September 22, 1997.

"Virtual Librarianship in Action: AskERIC and KidsConnect," Winnebago Software Users' Conference, Lacrosse, WI, July 31, 1997.

"Connections, Links, Network, Web - It's All LIBRARY to Me," keynote presentation, Winnebago Software Users' Conference, Lacrosse, WI, July 31, 1997.

"The AskERIC Service: A Model for Providing Education Information," presentation with Nancy Morgan, National Educational Computing Conference '97, Seattle, WA, July 1, 1997.

"KidsConnect: Library Media Specialists in Cyberspace," presentation with Blythe Bennett, National Educational Computing Conference '97, Seattle, WA, June 30, 1997.

"Information Problem-Solving: Using the Big6 Skills Approach to Helping Children Succeed," full-day workshop, Hardin County (KY) Schools, Elizabethtown, KY, June 23, 1997.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach," full-day workshop, Catholic Diocese of Columbus Ohio, Columbus OH, May 6, 1997.

"Learning in the Information Age: Ensuring that all Students Gain Essential Information and Technology Skills," evening workshop, Northern Suburban Library System, Chicago, IL, April 16, 1997.

"KidsConnect: Library Media Specialists in Cyberspace," presentation with Blythe Bennett, Learning: Continue the Adventure, 8th Annual National Conference, American Association of School Librarians, Portland, OR, April 5, 1997.

"The Latest on the Big6: Expanding Information and Technology Literacy," presentation with R. Berkowitz, Learning: Continue the Adventure, 8th Annual National Conference, American Association of School Librarians, Portland, OR, April 5, 1997.

"The Big6 Skills: Looking at the World through Information Problem-Solving Glasses (or Information & Technology Skills Instruction: Where Are We Today and Where Are We Going?)," keynote presentation, Treasure Mountain Research Retreat on School Library Media, Portland, OR, April 1, 1997.

"Information Power: The Big6, and the Curriculum," full-day workshop, New Haven Schools, New Haven, CT, March 20, 1997.

"Virtual Librarianship in Action: The KidsConnect and AskERIC Experiences," workshop, Librarians Conference, East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Singapore, March 1, 1997.

"Information and Technology Skills"Basic Skills for the 21st Century," keynote presentation, Singapore Education Ministry, Singapore, February 28, 1997.

"Connections, Links, Network, Web - It's All LIBRARY to Me," keynote presentation, Librarians Conference, East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Singapore, February 27, 1997.

"The Information Literacy Agenda: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," breakout session, Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Canada, February 7, 1997.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information & Technology Skills Instruction," full-day workshop, Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Canada, February 6, 1997.

"Education for Tomorrow: Booting up to Warp Speed," panel presentation, Annual Conference, Southeast Asia Teachers & Counselors Conference Organization, Bangkok, Thailand, November 16, 1996.

"Visions for the Future: New Tools, Curricula, and Ways of Communicating," panel presentation on AskERIC and KidsConnect, Annual Conference, Southeast Asia Teachers & Counselors Conference Organization, Bangkok, Thailand, November 15, 1996.

"Developing and Implementing an Information and Technology Skills Curriculum: The Big6," workshop, Annual Conference, Southeast Asia Teachers & Counselors Conference Organization, Bangkok, Thailand, November 15, 1996.

"Real or Virtual: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote presentation, Annual Conference, Southeast Asia Teachers & Counselors Conference Organization, Bangkok, Thailand, November 14, 1996.

"Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote presentation, Annual Conference, East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 13, 1996.

"AskERIC: Education Information with a Personal Touch," breakout session, Annual Conference, East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 12, 1996.

"Information & Technology Literacy," workshop, Annual Conference, East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 10, 1996.

"AskERIC and KidsConnect: Internet-based Information Services for Teachers and Students," workshop, Annual Conference, Central East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 8, 1996.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," workshop, Annual Conference, Central East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 8, 1996.

"Real or Virtual: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote presentation, Annual Conference, Central East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools, Manila, Philippines, November 8, 1996.

"Helping with Homework and Everything Else: A Discussion With Parents About Helping Students to Succeed in the Information Age," evening presentation for parents and faculty, International School of Manila, Manila, Philippines, November 7, 1996.

"Equity and Access to Information Through Skills & Services," panel presentation and discussion, School of Information Studies Centennial Celebration, Syracuse, NY, November 1, 1996.

"And Now, for Another Perspective," keynote presentation, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison School Library System, Syracuse, NY, October 29, 1996.

"LIBRARY: An Encompassing View of Library Media Programs," keynote presentation, Florida Association for Media in Education, Daytona Beach, FL, October 10, 1996.

"The Big6 Study Skills," workshop, Florida Association for Media in Education, Daytona Beach, FL, October 10, 1996.

"AskERIC," presentation, Florida Association for Media in Education, Daytona Beach, FL, October 10, 1996.

"Connections, Links, Network, Web - It's All LIBRARY to Me," keynote presentation, Connections Back-To-School Rally, Rosary College, River Forest, IL, September 18, 1996.

"Information Literacy Across the Curriculum," one-week series of workshops, Teacher Team Building Institute, Utah State Office of Education, Moab, UT, July 29-August 2, 1996.

"Meeting User Needs: The AskERIC Experience," presentation with Nancy Morgan and Keith Stubbs, National Educational Computing Conference '96, Minneapolis, MN, June 11, 1996.

"The Internet and Technology in Context: Information Skills & Services for the Information Age," full-day workshop for the University of Kentucky, School of Library and Information Science 1996, Summer Institute, Lexington, KY, June 10, 1996.

"Information Skills for the Information Age: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information Literacy," full-day workshop, Clark County Schools and School Librarians Association, Las Vegas, NV, May 8, 1996.

"Information Skills for the Information Age: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information Literacy," full-day workshop, Seattle Public Schools and region, Seattle, WA, April 27, 1996.

"Library Media Programs: Essential for the Information Age," Bay Area Independent School Librarians, Palo Alto, CA, April 30, 1996.

"Information Skills for the Information Age," series of presentations and workshops, sponsored by the Library Power Project, Wake County (NC) Schools, Raleigh, NC, April 16-19, 1996.

"Information Skills for the Information Age: The Big6 Skills Approach to Information Literacy," full-day workshop, California School Librarians Association, Modesto, CA, April 13, 1996.

"Information Literacy: The Big6 Skills Approach," full-day workshop, Cupertino Union School District, Cupertino, CA, April 4, 1996.

"Thriving in the Technological Jungle: Technology in Context," keynote workshop, Kentucky Education Technology Conference," Louisville, KY, April 3, 1996.

"Library Media Center of the Future," panel discussion, Kentucky Education Technology Conference, Louisville, KY, April 2, 1996.

"Big6 Skills," conference session, Kentucky Education Technology Conference, Louisville, KY, April 2, 1996.

"AskERIC," conference session, Kentucky Education Technology Conference, Louisville, KY, April 2, 1996.

"Internet and AskERIC: Tools to Help Teachers," full-day workshop, Kentucky Education Technology Conference, Louisville, KY, April 1, 1996.

"Information Literacy for the Information Age," series of presentations and workshops, sponsored by the Library Power Project, Lynn, MA, March 25-27, 1996.

"Education in the Information Age: Faculty and Librarians Working Together to Ensure that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote address, Sydney Institute of Technology (TAFE) Library Conference, Sydney, Australia, January 17, 1996.

"Technology and the Internet in Context" and "Learning and Teaching in Cyberspace," presentations for faculty, parents, and students in the Melbourne area, Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School, Melbourne, Australia, November 9-10, 1995.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action: An Agenda and Strategy for the Information Age," full-day workshop, Australian Library and Information Association School Libraries Section, Sydney, Australia November 4, 1995.

"Real or Virtual: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," half-day preconference, Australian Library and Information Association School Libraries Section, Coffs Harbour, Australia, October 14, 1995.

"Distance Education Technologies at Syracuse University," faculty seminar, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia, November 20, 1995.

"Library and Information Professionals for the 21st Century: Ensuring that Students Are Effective Users of Information," keynote address, Australian School Library Association, Fremantle, Australia, October 1, 1995.

"Information-Based Education: Investigating the Nature and Role of Information Attributes in Education," presentation, University of Technology, Sydney, Sydney, Australia, September 6, 1995.

"Helping With Homework," two-day workshop for parents, students, and educators, sponsored by the Library Power Project, Paterson New Jersey Schools, Paterson NJ, July 18-19, 1995.

"The Proposed KidsConnect Project," panel presentation, Annual Conference of the American Library Association, June 22-29, 1995.

"Information and Technology in Education," full-day workshop, Information Resource Centers Project of the Carver Trust, Iowa City, IA, May 17, 1995.

"Library Media Programs: Thriving in the Technological Jungle," keynote address, Wisconsin Educational Media Association, Middleton, WI, April 27, 1995.

"Librarians in Cyberspace: AskERIC Cybrarians in Action," address, Wisconsin Educational Media Association, Middleton, WI, April 27, 1995.

"Libraries and Librarians: Thriving in the Technological Jungle," keynote session, Texas Library Association Annual Conference, Dallas, TX, April 6, 1995.

"Virtual Librarianship: The AskERIC Experience," workshop, Texas Library Association Annual Conference, Dallas, TX, April 6, 1995.

"School Libraries and Librarians: Thriving in the Technological Jungle," keynote session, Alaska Library Association Annual Conference, Juneau, Alaska, March 12 1995.

"Tomorrow's Virtual Librarian Today: The AskERIC Experience," session, Alaska Library Association Annual Conference, Juneau, Alaska, March 11, 1995.

"Freefall in Time & Space: Thriving as a Librarian in a Virtual World," keynote presentation, School Library Media Association of Western New York, April 1, 1995.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," presentation, School Library Media Association of Western New York, April 1, 1995.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," keynote presentation, School Library Media Association of Western New York, April 1, 1995.

"Information & Technology Instruction for the 21st Century: The Librarian/Teacher Partnership," full-day workshop, Eastern Suffolk County School Library System, Holbrook, NY, March 3, 1995.

"Information Technology: Transforming Learning & Teaching," keynote address, Nassau County School Library System Annual Conference, Uniondale, NY, March 2, 1995.

"AskERIC: The Saga Continues," presentation, Nassau County School Library System Annual Conference, Uniondale, NY, March 2, 1995.

"The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," full-day workshop, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT, May 12, 1995.

"Teaching the Right Stuff: The Library & Information Science Core," panel presentation, Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, February 3, 1995.

"Library Media Programs for the 21st Century," full-day workshop, District of Columbia Public Schools, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1995.

"Big6 Week: Information Skills for the Information Age," series of presentations and workshops, sponsored by the Library Power Project, Paterson New Jersey Schools, Paterson, NJ, January 23-26 1995.

"Developing and Implementing Information and Technology Skills for the 21st Century" full-day workshop for administrators and library media staff, Alexandria Virginia Schools, Alexandria, VA, January 13, 1995.

"AskERIC: Update 1995," briefing, U.S. Department of Education Personnel, Washington D.C., January 11, 1995.

"Learning & Teaching in the Information Age: Library Media Programs, Technology, and School Reform," evening presentation to the community, sponsored by the Cambridge Library Power Project, Cambridge, MA, December 7, 1994.

"AskERIC: Educational Information with a Personal Touch," presentation, California Media and Library Educators Association Conference, Oakland, CA, November 17, 1994.

"Information and Technology Skills: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," presentation, California Media and Library Educators Association, Oakland, CA, November 17, 1994.

"The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," full-day workshop, California Media and Library Educators Association, Oakland, CA, November 16, 1994.

"Learning Assessment and the Big6: Focus on Results," presentation with R. Berkowitz, American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Indianapolis, IN, November 12, 1994.

"Technology & the Big Six: Learning and Instruction in Context," presentation with R. Berkowitz, American Association of School Librarians National Conference, Indianapolis, IN, November 11, 1994.

"Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote address, Michigan Association of Media Educators, Traverse City, MI, November 10, 1994.

"Information Problem-Solving," session, Michigan Association of Media Educators, Traverse City, MI, November 10, 1994.

"Schools for 2000 and Beyond," full-day workshop, Area Education Associations # 11, 14, 5, 6, Des Moines, IA, October 28, 1994.

"Implementation and Assessment of Information Literacy," full-day workshop, Area Education Association # 1, 7, Waterloo, IA, October 27, 1994.

"Learning & Teaching in the Information Age," workshop, Iowa City Schools, Cedar Rapids, IA, October 26, 1994.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," full-day workshop, Massachusetts School Library Media Association, Sturbridge, MA, October 23, 1994.

"Schools for 2000 and Beyond," keynote address, Massachusetts School Library Media Association, Sturbridge, MA, October 23, 1994.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age," keynote address, Montana Education Association, Billings, MT, October 21, 1994.

"Information Problem Solving," workshop, Montana Library Association, Billings, MT, October 21, 1994.

"AskERIC: Education Information with a Personal Touch," workshop, Montana Education Association, Billings, MT, October 21, 1994.

"Information Literacy," workshop for regional supervisors, Utah Department of Education, Moab, UT, October 19, 1994.

"Information Literacy and Technology," workshop for state-level curriculum supervisors, Utah Department of Education, Salt Lake City, UT, October 18, 1994.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age," keynote presentation, Utah Educational Library Media Association/Utah Library Association, Salt Lake City, UT, October 18, 1994.

"Information Problem-Solving," half-day workshop, University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, October 8, 1994.

"Information-Based Education," Laslow Lecture, University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, October 8, 1994.

"Equity Through Access," keynote address, Ohio Educational Library Media Association, Columbus, OH, October 6, 1994.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills," workshop, Ohio Educational Library Media Association, Columbus, OH, October 6, 1994.

"Information Skills and Helping with Homework," a workshop for parents, Lynn Library Power Project, Lynn, MA, September 29, 1994.

"AskERIC R&D," presentation, Syracuse University Center for Advanced Software Engineering Conference, Blue Mountain Lake, NY, September 23, 1994.

"Curriculum Mapping and Program Planning," workshop, New York Public Library CLASP Project, funded by Dewitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund, New York City, NY, September 2, 1994.

"School Library Media Programs: Thriving in the Technological Jungle," President's Program, American Association of School Librarians, American Library Association Annual Conference, Miami Beach, FL, June 25, 1994.

"[Cr]using the Electronic Superhighway," Oryx Press Author Breakfast, American Library Association Annual Conference, Miami Beach, FL, June 25, 1994.

"Freefall in Time and Space: Thriving as Librarians in a Virtual World," keynote address, Manitoba Library Association Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA, May 26, 1994.

"LM_NET: Helping School Library Media Specialists to Shape the Networking Revolution in Schools," ManitobaLibrary Association Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA, May 26, 1994.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age," full-day workshop, Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, KS, May 13, 1994.

"Freefall in Time and Space: Thriving as a Librarian in a Virtual World," School Library Media Section/New York Library Association Annual Conference, Saratoga, NY, April 30, 1994.

"Information Literacy: The Agenda and Its Implementation," half-day workshop, Tennessee Library Association Annual Conference, Memphis, TN, April 28, 1994.

"The Buzzword is Networking: Local and National," presentation, Tennessee Library Association Annual Conference, Memphis, TN, April 28, 1994.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach," workshop, Missouri Association of School Librarians, Kansas City, MO, April 15, 1994.

"Real or Virtual: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote presentation, Missouri Association of School Librarians, Kansas City, MO, April 14, 1994.

"The Virtual Librarian in Action: AskERIC," workshop, Missouri Association of School Librarians, Kansas City, MO, April 14, 1994.

"Technology in Education," presentation, Lynn, Massachusetts School Committee and Lynn Business-Education Partnership, Lynn, MA, March 30, 1994.

"Thriving in a Virtual World," Spring Media Conference, Schools of Information Studies and Education, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY, March 25, 1994.

"Internet and Education," workshop, Massachusetts Library Power Project, Massachusetts Educational Center, Chelmsford, MA, March 10, 1994.

"Information, Technology, and Learning for the 21st Century," keynote presentation, California Media and Library Education Association, Livermore, CA, February 26, 1994.

"How Do We Deal with the Information Explosion and the Technology that is Developing Around It," presenter and facilitator, Information Management Workshop, Central Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center, Columbus, OH, January 28, 1994.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age," Fort Worth Independent School District, Fort Worth, TX, January 22, 1994.

"Learning & Teaching in the Information Age," Information Management and Technology Symposium, Kent State University, Columbus, OH, November 18, 1993.

"AskERIC and the National Education Systems and Services," special presentation and briefing with C. McClure to Deputy Secretary of Education, Madeline Kunin, and Senior Department Staff, Washington, D.C., November 4, 1993.

"Information Skills for the Information Age," keynote address, library and technology professionals, Bucks County, PA, November 2, 1993.

"Information Problem-Solving Through Curriculum Initiative," full-day workshop, Keystone Area Education Agencies, Cedar Falls, IA, October 28, 1993.

"Next Steps: Implementing and Assessing Information Problem-Solving," full-day workshop, Mississippi Bend, Great Wood, and Great River Area Education Agencies, Ames, IA, October 27, 1993.

"Information Skills and the Role of the Library & Information Professional," full-day workshop, Library Power Program, Lynn, MA. October 20, 1993.

"Learning and Teaching in the Information Age," presentation and workshop, Great Falls Public Schools and North Central Learning Cooperative, Great Falls, MT, October 7,1993.

"The Internet and AskERIC," full-day workshop, Cambridge City Schools, Merrimack, MA, September 30, 1993.

"The Research Process," workshop for teachers, librarians, and administrators, Wichita City Schools, Wichita, KS, June 7, 1993.

"AskERIC: A User-Based Approach to Providing Information Resources Through the Internet," briefings, National Science Foundation and Department of Education, Washington D.C., May 25, 1993.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction" and "Implementing an Information Skills Program," workshops, Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Annual Conference, PA, May 1, 1993.

"Plug Into the 'Net," School Library Media Section, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY, April 30, 1993.

"Internet Basics," School Library Media Section, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY, April 30, 1993.

"Networking, Technology & Other Developments, Administrators' Breakfast, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Counties School Library System, Syracuse, NY, April 19, 1993.

"Information Technology and Skills for the Information Age," keynote presentation, School Library Media Specialists of South Eastern New York Annual Conference, West Point, NY, March 26, 1993.

"AskERIC: User-Based Education Information Services and Resources," semi-annual meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information, San Francisco, CA, March 23, 1993.

"Technology in Libraries," New York, Brooklyn, and Queens Public Libraries Conference, New York, NY, March 19, 1993.

"Research in School Library Media," presentation with Jeffrey Katzer, national teleworkshop to 41 sites in the U.S. and Canada, sponsored by the University of South Carolina and the Library and Distance Education Consortium, Columbia, SC, March 5, 1993.

"Information Skills for the Twenty-First Century," keynote address to administrators and library media specialists, Nassau County School Library System, NY, February 4, 1993.

"Technology and Library Media Programs," workshop, Nassau County School Library System, NY, February 4, 1993.

"Plug Into the Information Age: Use of Network Information in Teaching," Teaching Tools for the 90's Conference for Higher Education, Syracuse, NY, November 19, 1992.

"Information Professionals for the Information Age: Today's Library & Information Specialists," Administrators' Breakfast, Connecticut Educational Media Association, Cromwell, CT, November 18, 1992.

"The Nature of Information Work in the 21st Century," pre-conference, Connecticut Educational Media Association, Cromwell, CT, November 17, 1992.

"Information-Based Education," presentation with Ruth Small, National Conference, American Association of School Librarians, Baltimore, MD, October 23, 1992.

"Technology Management: Lessons from Managers," panel presentation, National Conference, American Association of School Librarians, Baltimore, MD, October 22, 1992.

"Information Literacy: Ensuring that Students are Effective Users of Information," presentation with R. Berkowitz, half-day pre-conference, American Association of School Librarians, Baltimore, MD, October 21, 1992.

"The Information Age and the Changing Role of the Librarian," keynote address, South BrunswickTownship Public Schools, South Brunswick, NJ, October 13, 1992.

"Information Problem-Solving Through Curriculum Initiative," full-day workshop, Mississippi Bend, Great Wood, and Great River Area Education Agencies, Cedar Rapids, IA, September 30, 1992.

"What's Out There? Telecommunications in the Library," workshop, Oswego County and Onondaga Cortland Madison School Library Systems, Syracuse, NY, October 9, 1992.

"Integrating Information Skills into the Curriculum," full-day workshop, Arlington Public Schools, Arlington, VA, September 2, 1992.

"Library Media Specialists: Educators for the Twenty-First Century," keynote speaker, Administrators' Breakfast, Five North Counties School Library System, Watertown, NY, May 15, 1992.

Keynote Address, Convocation of the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, NY, May 9, 1992.

"Information Problem-Solving: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," workshops, Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Annual Conference, PA, May 2, 1992.

"Library Media Specialists: Educators for the Twenty-First Century," keynote speaker, Administrators' Breakfast, Syracuse City Schools School Library Systems, NY, April 9, 1992.

"Research in School Library Media: The What, Why, and How," full-day program, Leadership Conference, New England Educational Media Association, Conway, NH, April 5, 1992.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," workshop, New Hampshire Educational Media Association, Conway, NH, April 4, 1992.

"User Services on Electronic Networks: The Case for Integrated Human Services," presentation, National Net '92, Washington, D.C., March 27, 1992.

"Testimony on federal funding and initiatives related to use of technology for dissemination of educational information to America's schools," Education and Labor Subcommittee on Select Education, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., March 18, 1992.

"Schools for 2000 and Beyond: Ensuring That Students are Effective Users of Information," keynote address, New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, Edison, NJ, March 10, 1992.

"Schools for 2000 and Beyond," keynote address, Colorado Educational Media Association, Colorado Springs, CO, February 21, 1992.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," three-hour workshop, Colorado Educational Media Association, Colorado Springs, CO, February 20, 1992.

"Library Media Specialists: Educators for the Twenty-First Century," keynote speaker, Administrators' Breakfast, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES and Oswego BOCES School Library Systems, Syracuse, NY, December 3, 1991.

"Library Media Centers in the Twenty-First Century," keynote address, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES and Syracuse City School Library Systems' Fall Conference, Syracuse, NY, November 8, 1991.

"Information Literacy: Ensuring That Students Are Effective Users of Information," full-day workshop, Northeast Kansas Library System, Topeka, KS, November 2, 1991.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," full-day workshop, New England Catholic Library Association, Elms College, Chicopee, MA, October 26, 1991.

"Curriculum-based Information Access Skills" and "Information Skills across the Curriculum," presentations, South Dakota Library Association Annual Conference, Huron, SD, October 2-3, 1991.

"Information Skills: Process & Context," keynote address, Information Skills Pre-conference to the ALA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, June 26, 1991.

"Curriculum Concerns for Media Specialists," one-week seminar, South Dakota State Library and South Dakota Library Association, SD, June 19-25, 1991.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action: Agenda and Strategy," full-day workshop, School Library Systems of Southeastern New York, Newburgh, NY, May 31, 1991.

"Information Problem-Solving," full-day workshop, Connecticut State Department of Education, Meriden, CT, May 23, 1991.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," full-day workshop, Darlington County Schools, Darlington County, SC, May 10, 1991.

"Through the Curriculum: A Process Approach to Teaching Information Problem-Solving," workshop, School Library Media Section, New York Library Association Annual Conference, Albany, NY, May 3, 1991.

"Technology: Opening the Door to the Information Age," presentation, Indiana Library Association/Association of Indiana Media Educators Joint Conference, Indianapolis, IN, April 18, 1991.

"Information Technology for the Year 2000: Focus on Potential and Purpose," keynote address, Annual Conference of the South Carolina Association of School Librarians, Myrtle Beach, SC, March 13-15, 1991.

"The Six Stage Strategy" and "Library & Information Skills Instruction," workshops with R. Berkowitz, Annual Conference of the South Carolina Association of School Librarians, Myrtle Beach, SC, March 13-15, 1991.

"Curriculum Initiative: Agenda and Strategy," presentations with R. Berkowitz, 1990 Joint Conference, Arizona State Library Association/Arizona Educational Media Association, Phoenix, AZ, November 16, 1990.

"Information, Information Technology, and Curriculum," Annual Conference, Educational Media Association of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, October 30, 1990.

"Information Literacy: Survival Skills for the Information Age," invited speaker, ERIC/Office of Educational Research and Improvement Seminar on Literacy for A Diverse Population, Washington, DC, October 17, 1990.

"The Big6 Skills Approach to Library/Information Skills Instruction" and "Curriculum Mapping," workshops, Encyclo-Media X, State Conference, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma City, OK, September 21, 1990.

"Information Technologies for the Year 2000: Focus on Potential and Purpose," keynote presentation, Florida Conference of School Library Media Administrators, Florida Department of Education, Division of Public Schools, Tallahassee, FL, September 12, 1990.

"The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," full-day workshop, Reedsburg Middle School, Reedsburg, WI, August 20, 1990.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," full-day workshop, Cypress-Fairbanks Schools, Cypress-Fairbanks, TX, August 15, 1990.

"Teaching up for 2000: Managing Information Technologies in School Libraries," presentation and panel moderator, Supervisors' Section of the American Association of School Librarians, American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, June 26, 1990.

"Agenda: The Big6 Skills Approach to Library & Information Skills Instruction," Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Annual Conference, PA, April 27, 1990.

"Integrating Library Media with the Curriculum," Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Annual Conference, PA, April 27, 1990.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," presentation with R. Berkowitz, U.S. Dept. of Defense Dependent Schools-Atlantic Region, Stoke Rocheford Hall, Grantham, England, April 22-24, 1990.

"Survival in an Information Society," Saturday Enrichment Experience, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES, Camillus, NY, March 31, 1990.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action: The Big6 Skills," presentation with R. Berkowitz, Spring Media Conference, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, March 22, 1990.

"Information Technology: Curriculum Implications," keynote presenter, live one-hour telecast to 22 states, sponsored by the Satellite Educational Resources Consortium and the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Madison WI, March 21, 1990.

"Curriculum Initiative in Action," two full-day workshops, Connecticut State Department of Education, Hartford, CT, December 6-7, 1989.

"The Role of the Library Media Program in the Information Age," special in-service program, Canandaigua City Schools, Canandaigua, NY, December 11, 1989.

"Library and Information Skills Instruction: The Big6 Skills," American Association of School Librarians Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 20, 1989.

"The Six Stage Strategy: Implementing the Active Library Media Program," American Association of School Librarians Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 21, 1989.

"Current Themes Regarding Library and Information Skills Instruction: Research Supporting and Research Lacking," invited paper, Treasure Mountain Research Retreat on School Library Media, Salt Lake City, UT, October 18, 1989.

"Connections: Cooperative Collection Development and Curriculum," New York City School Library Systems, Bank Street College, New York, NY, May 18, 1989.

"Planning School Library Media Programs: Roles, Curriculum Mapping, Feasibility, and Evaluation," workshop, Commack (LI) Central Schools, Commack, NY, May 17, 1989.

"Advances in Information Technology and Implications for the ERIC System," keynote address, ERIC Directors' Meeting, Washington, DC, May 9, 1989.

"Information-based Education," New York Library Association Annual Conference, Bolton Landing, NY, May 2, 1989.

"The Essence of the Library Media Program: Forms of Energy," keynote address, Wisconsin Educational Media Association Spring Conference, WI, April 20-21, 1989.

"The Changing Role of the Library Media Specialist and Planning for It," full-day workshop, Wayne-Finger Lakes School Library System and Canandaigua Schools, Geneva, NY, April 11, 1989.

"Skills and Services for an Information Age: The Library Media Program and Curriculum," full-day workshop, New England School Development Council, Boston, MA, March 31, 1989.

"School Library Media: Program Planning and Feasibility," two workshops, Rensselaer-Columbia-Greene Counties BOCES Staff Development Day, Averill Park, NY, March 23, 1989.

"Relevance: The Search for a Definition," paper prepared with and presented by Linda Schamber, 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, Atlanta, GA, October 1988.

"Making the Most of Your Micro," Onondaga County Public Library, Syracuse, NY, June 28, 1988.

"Guilt Free School Librarianship," Madison-Oneida Area School Library System, Rome, NY, May 18, 1988.

"Curriculum Update: Strategic Curriculum Planning," School Library Media Section, New YorkLibrary Association Annual Conference, Rochester, NY, April 29, 1988.

"School Library Media Leadership and Commitment," keynote speaker, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison and Syracuse City School Library System Conference, Syracuse, NY, November 5, 1987.

"The Changing Role of the School Media Specialist," keynote speaker, Luncheon Meeting, School Librarians of the Southern Tier, Hornell, NY, May 16, 1987.

"Curriculum Mapping and Implementation of the Library & Information Skills Curriculum," workshop for administrators, teachers, and librarians, Vestal Central Schools, Vestal, NY, May 1, 1987.

"Managing the Library and Information Skills Program," keynote speaker, Conference Day for School Librarians, Otsego-Northern Catskills BOCES, Stamford, NY, March 20, 1987.

"The Library Information Skills Curriculum: An Integrated Approach in Grades 7 and 8," keynote speaker, Workshop for School Library Media Personnel, Metro Area School Library Systems, White Plains, NY, March 13, 1987.

"Curriculum Implementation," keynote speaker, Staff Development Workshop for School Librarians, New York City Schools Division of Curriculum and Instruction, Bronx, NY, March 12, 1987.

"Great Expectations and Responsibilities: The Library Media Specialist as Information Professional in the Schools," keynote speaker, Conference for Administrators and Library Media Specialists, Capital Area School Development Association, Albany, NY, March 6, 1987.

"Magnitude Estimation and the Measurement of Relevance," presentation of doctoral dissertation, American Society for Library and Information Science Education, Chicago, IL, January 15, 1987.

"Practical Aspects of Managing a School Program," keynote speaker, Building a Bridge: Integrated Bibliographic Instruction--Schools and Colleges Workshop, Central New York Library Resources Council and NYLA/Library User Education Roundtable, NY, October 24, 1986.

"Crisis in School Libraries - Everyone's Problem," keynote speaker with R. Berkowitz, Hudson Valley Library Association, New York, NY, October 18, 1986.

"Teaching of Library Media Skills on the Secondary Level," New York Library Association's 93rd Annual Conference, Rochester, NY, October 8-12, 1986.

"Order Effects: A Preliminary Study of the Possible Influence of Presentation Order on User Judgments of Document Relevance," presentation with C. Barry, American Society for Information Science 49th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 1, 1986.

"Magnitude Estimation and the Measurement of Relevance," presentation of doctoral dissertation, American Society for Information Science, Annual Meeting, Doctoral Forum, Chicago, IL, October 1, 1986.

"A Systematic Approach to the Implementation of a School Library Media Skills Program," keynote speaker, Developing Quality Programs in Support of School Library Media Standards, statewide conference sponsored by the School Library Media Services Branch, Maryland State Department of Education, MD, September 29, 1986.

"Curriculum Mapping," Developing Quality Programs in Support of School Library Media Standards Statewide Conference, sponsored by the School Library Media Services Branch, Maryland State Dept. of Education, MD, September 30, 1986.

"Building Support Systems for Implementing a Library and Information Skills Program," keynote speaker, Conference on Information Skills: Meeting the Regents Requirements, BOCES III Suffolk Western Suffolk Teaching Center, School Library System, Dix Hills, NY, April 17, 1986.

"Implementing a School Library Media Skills Program," special workshop, Tompkins Seneca Tioga BOCES School Library System, Ithaca, NY, April 30, 1986.

"The Regents Action Plan and Implementing a Library Media and Information Skills Program," keynote speaker, Nassau County BOCES School Library System, East Meadow, NY, May 13, 1986.

"Assessment, Analysis and Development: Building Support Systems for Implementing a Library and Information Skills Program," keynote speaker, Conference on Library Curriculum and the Regents Action Plan. Rochester, NY, October 27, 1985.

"MICROsearch -- Microcomputer-based Access System to a Subset of the ERIC Database," ASIS Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 20-23, 1985

"New Access Points to ERIC," moderator, ASIS Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 20-23, 1985.

"Approaches to End Users in Online Searching," presentation with G. Walker, ASIS Midyear Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 19-22, 1985.

"Computer-Based Curriculum Mapping," NYLA Conference, School Library Media Section, NY, May 3, 1985.

"Testing a Text Analysis Metric Using Magnitude Estimation," presentation with Ruth Ann Palmquist, ASIS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 1984.

"Microcomputer-Based Curriculum Mapping: A Data Management Approach," ASIS Midyear Meeting, Bloomington, IN, May 1984.

"Management and Problem-Solving Techniques for Librarians," Managing a School Library Media Center in the 80's, Oswego County Library System, Oswego, NY, November 1983.

"School Media Management," Central New York Media Specialist, Elbridge, NY, October 1983.

"Future Capabilities and Online Searching in Libraries," High Technology in Industry and Education, Utica, NY, October 1983.

"Computer Competencies for Media Specialists," Spring Media Conference, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, April 1983.

"The Direct use of Online Bibliographic Information Systems by Untrained End Users," First International Conference on the Application of Mini- and Micro- Computers in Information, Documentation and Libraries, Tel-Aviv, Israel, March 13-18, 1983.

"Booktalks and Booktalking," special workshop, Onondaga County Public Library, NY, May 5, 1983.

"Microcomputers in Educational Management," Superintendent's Day, Jamesville-Dewitt Schools, October 8, 1982.

"Curriculum Mapping," 14th Annual Arts-in-Education Conference, Saratoga Springs, July 7-9, 1982.

"Computers in Management Settings: Curriculum Mapping and Other Applications," Computerware Applications and Demonstrations, Central New York School Study/School Board Institute, Syracuse, NY, May 1982.

"Implementation of the New York Elementary Library Media Skills Curriculum," Towards Humanizing Education 11, New York State Education Department, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 1982.

"Implementation of Elementary Library Media Curriculum Utilizing Curriculum Mapping," District Conference for Administrators, New York, NY, December 1981.

"Curriculum Mapping and Elementary School Library Media Skills Curriculum," Statewide Symposium for School Library Media Supervisory Personnel, Albany, NY, April 1981.

"Integrating Outside Literature Into the Secondary School Classroom," Conference on YA Literature/Teaching Syracuse Area Teaching Centers, Dewitt, NY, 1980.

"Library Media Programming in Secondary Schools," New Directions, Oswego County School Library System, Mexico, NY, November 1980.

"Special Humanities Programming in Secondary Schools," Towards Humanizing Education 9, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 1980.

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Membership in Professional and Learned Societies

American Association of School Librarians

American Library Association

American Society for Information Science

Association for Library and Information Science Education

Computing Research Association

New York Library Association

Oregon Library Association

Society for Information Management

Washington Library Association

Washington Library Media Association

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Professional Service Experiences

1988 - Present

Consultant various states and education departments (e.g., Montana, Connecticut, New York, Utah), schools and school districts (e.g., Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, NC, Seattle Public Schools, Lake Washington, WA, Ballston Spa, NY, Great Seal Network, OH, Hardin County, KY, Lynn, MA, Raleigh, NC), and commercial companies (e.g., ABC-CLIO, NewsBank,  COMPanion, Linworth, Gaylord, Britannica, Infonautics, Oryx Press).

1998 - Present

Consultant, various universities and colleges (e.g., Charles, Sturt University (Australia), UC Berkeley, Rutgers University., University of Maryland, University of South Carolina, Emporia State University, University of Arizona)

2009 - Present Member, Planning Committee, Teacher-Librarian Summit, Northwest Council on Computers in Education

1992 - Present

2004 - 2010

Member, National Forum on Information Literacy

Member, Linworth Publishing Advisory Board 

2009 - 2010

Reference Committee for the development of an Australian Digital Research Network (ARDN Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
2006 - 2009 Board of Advisors, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

2003 - 2009

Member, Library Quarterly Editorial Board

2004 - 2006

Founding Member, The Information Schools Community - iSchool Deans organization.

2002 - 2003

Member, Nominating Committee, Association for Library and Information Science Education

2001 - 2002

Member, Working Group on Directory of Directories for Higher Education (DoDHE), Internet2

2000 - 2003

Member, Information Literacy Project Steering Committee, Washington State Library

2000 - 2003

Member, Steering Committee, School Transformation Steering Committee, Seattle Public Schools

1999 - 2005

Ex Oficio Member, Library Council of Washington

2001 - 2002

Chair, Council of Deans and Directors, Association for Library and Information Science Education

1988 - 1999

Member, Editorial Board, Teacher Librarian (formerly Emergency Librarian)

1995 - 1999

Board Member, Vice-Chair (elected 1995, re-elected 1998), Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)

1986 - 1998

Referee, Current Index to Journals in Education, Information Processing and Management, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, Library Quarterly, Resources in Education, School Library Media Quarterly

1996 - 1998

Member, Learning through Libraries Task Force, American Association of School Librarians

1996 - 1997

Member, ERIC Futures Task Force

1993 - 1996

Member (elected), Directors Board, American Association of School Librarians (division of the American Library Association)

1993 - 1996

Member, Compact for Learning Network, New York State Education Department

1995

Chair, ERIC Task Force on User Services

1993 - 1995

Researcher, Evaluation Team for the New York Public Library's CLASP Project, funded by the Dewitt-Wallace, Reader's Digest Fund

1991 - 1993

Chair, ERIC Executive Committee

1989 - 1993

Member, ERIC Executive Committee

1989 - 1993

Member, American Association of School Librarians, Information Skills Task Force

1988 - 1993

Research Column Editor, School Library Media Quarterly

1988 - 1993

Member, Editorial Board, School Library Media Quarterly

1987 - 1993

Coordinator, School Library Media Career Awareness Network, New York Library Association/School Library Media Section

1990 - 1992

Chair, Research Committee, American Association of School Librarians

1988 - 1992

Member, American Association of School Librarians, Research Committee

1991 - 1992

Consultant, International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne, Switzerland

1990 - 1991

Member, Committee on the Professions, New York Library Association

1986 - 1991

Consultant, Public Service Training Program, Rockefeller Institute, New York State

1989 - 1990

Member, American Association of School Librarians, Nominating Committee

1986 - 1987

Consultant, New York State Education Department, (Secondary Library Media and Information Skills Curriculum)

1983 - 1984

Reviewer, American Reference Books Annual, Libraries Unlimited

1977 - 1979

Consultant, New York State Education Department (Library and Information Skills Curriculum)

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University of Washington Service

Chair, Information School Personnel Committee, 2007 - Present.

Member, UWEO Advisory Board, 2005 - Present.

Member, inter-school committee

Member, Data Management Committee, 2006 - 2010.

Chair (aka Data Czar), Data Management Committee, 2006 - 2009.

 Member, Review Committee for the Dean of the Business School, 2009 - 2010.

Member, Law School Dean's Search Committee, 2008 - 2009.

Member, Virtual Resource Center Committee, 2007 - 2008.

Chair, Academic Technology Advisory Committee, 2004 - 2007.

Chair, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Chair Search Committee, 2007.

Chair, Academic Technology Advisory Committee, 2004 - 2007.

Member, TAC Chairs Group, 2004 - 2007.

Member, UWEO Advisory Board, 2005 - 2007.

Chair, Provost Task Force on the Future of Information Systems, 2005 - 2006.

Chair, Information Technology Resources Sharing Group, 2003 - Present

Chair, UW Athletic Director Search, 2004

Chair, Dean's Search - Evans School of Public Affairs, 2003

Member, Search Committee - UW Head Librarian, 2002

Member, USER Project (IT Development) Steering Committee, 1999 - 2004

Member, Library Futures Committee, 2001

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Published Interviews/Articles About M. Eisenberg

Truong, Kelly. Research-Assignment Handouts Give Students Meager Guidance, Survey Finds. The Chronicle of Higher Education. July 27, 2010. Article about Project Information Literacy findings. Based on work by Alison Head and Mike Eisenberg.

"Mike Eisenberg on Leadership Challenges and Opportunities in the World Today." Interview in The Leading Edge, Newsletter of the Office of Professional & Organizational Development, University of Washington Human Resources, Spring 2008.

Sports: Building Winning Teams," 2007. How people in sports use information to build winning teams. Lorenzo Romar, head coach of the University of Washington men's basketball program, talks about building a successful team. Mike Eisenberg, dean emeritus of the University of Washington Information School, discusses how information professionals collect and manage the information that is essential to building successful teams at the college or professional level.

"Students Honor Outgoing iSchool Dean," The Daily of the University of Washington, January 30, 2006. full text

Spagnolo, L. (2002). "ATG Interviews Mike Eisenberg: About Libraries, Information, and Education in the 21st Century," Against the Grain, 14(1): 42-49.

Libraries Making a Difference in Society. City Club of Tacoma: May 17, 2000. Listen to the audio. Requires Real Player

Sherry Stripling. "Making Sense of the Info Nation," Mike Eisenberg teaches UW's doctors of data overload how to recognize what's valuable. Seattle Times: April 9, 2000. full text

"New director leads Library school into Info Age," University Week: October 8, 1998.

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Community Service and Local Events

University of Washington Host the Hosts Dinner, Bill and Melinda Gates" Residence, May 28, 2002.

"The Information School Perspective," presentation to the Taiwan IA Mission visiting the University of Washington, April 2, 2002.

Presentation to the Kirkland Rotary, January 28, 2002.

Presentation to the Yakima Rotary, December 6, 2001.

Testimony regarding school library information and technology programs:

  • Washington State Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee

  • US House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education

  • New York State Assembly Education Committee

  • Bellevue School Board

  • Federal Way School Board

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