Stuart Sutton
Associate Professor

School of Library and Information Science
University of Washington
311 Old Electrical Engineering Building, Box 352930
Seattle, WA 98195-2930

Phone: 206-685-6618
Fax: 206-616-3152

Stuart teaches in the areas of organization of information, knowledge representation, information systems design and implementation, and the law and policy of information. His research interests include discourse community informatics, law and policy of information, and the application and integration of information and information technologies to the solution of human problems. He currently serves as a Senior Research Scientist with the Information Institute of Syracuse.

Stuart received his JD and LLM degrees from Golden Gate University School of Law and the University of California at Berkeley: Boalt Hall School of Law, and his MLIS and PhD degrees in Library and Information Studies from the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. He also holds an undergraduate and masters degree in theatre arts from San Francisco State University.

Papers on LIS Education
The Panda Syndrome: An Ecology of LIS Education
The Panda Syndrome II: Innovation, Discontinuous Change, and LIS Education

Presentations on the Future of Librarianship
Plenary Speech: CARL

Current Research Projects
GEM Project Site
GEM Gateway