The OBS/TS Researchers Roundtable will be held Tuesday, July 16 from 7:00am to 8:15am in Convention Center Rm 213. This year's theme is "Passport to Publication". Participants will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. Four learning stations will be led by law librarian experts including:
· Anne Klinefelter, who will talk about the LiiLP workshop
· Michael Maben, who will talk about writing for TSLL
· Marguerite Most, who will talk about how to be an editor
· Hollie White, who will talk about writing TS-related articles
Collect stamps in your passport from all 4 experts and be entered into the Amazon gift card drawing. The drawing will be held the end of the session. Bring your coffee and let's talk about getting published!
Anne Klinefelter is Director of the Law Library and Associate Professor of Law, positions she has held since 2007. Professor Klinefelter has been active in library associations and library education. In 2012, she received the Distinguished Lecturer Award from the American Association of Law Libraries. In 2012, she co-organized the Duke/UNC Workshop for Scholarship on Legal Information and Information Law and Policy (LiiLP).
Michael Maben received his Bachelor's degree in history from Portland State University in 1980, and his MLS from the University of Washington in 1988. Since 1988 he has been the Cataloging Librarian for the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Library in Bloomington, Indiana. He has had essays published in Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, State Constitutional Commentaries and Notes, Technical Services Law Librarian, Indiana Genealogist, and Columbia Magazine. I also edited and contributed to the South Asia section for the Guide to Official Publications of Foreign Countries, 2nd edition (1997). Michael is the incoming editor for the Technical Services Law Librarian.
Marguerite Most is an associate editor with Legal Reference Services Quarterly. She has served as an editor with LRSQ for over 10 years, during which time she has reviewed and edited articles in all areas of law librarianship. Her experience reading and critiquing articles also includes serving as a member of the Law Library Journal and AALL Spectrum Committee for the past three years, and on-going work as co-chair of the Morris Cohen Student Essay Award Committee of the Legal History and Rare Books SIS. In 2007 her book, Prestatehood Legal Material: a Fifty-State Research Guide, which she co-edited with Michael Chiorazzi, was awarded the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award. Marguerite is also a Reference Librarian and Senior Lecturing Fellow at the Goodson Law Library, Duke Law School. She has held positions at several academic law libraries including Boston College and the University of North Carolina and has worked in both technical and public services positions.
Hollie C.White is the Digital Initiatives Librarian for the J. Michael Goodson Law Library at Duke University. She has a Ph.D in Information Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her MSLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has had articles published in Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, Journal of Library Metadata, Serials Librarian, the Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, and Journal of Documentation. She primarily researches and publishes in the area of metadata, information organization, and repositories.
Digital Initiatives Librarian
Duke University School of Law