Coming from a wide variety of disciplines and research interests, adjunct faculty share their knowledge and expertise with students enrolled in iSchool courses.
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; MA, Religion/Religious Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies; BA, Spanish Language and Literature, Religious Studies; Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Indiana University
Adjunct Associate ProfessorPhD, University of Liege, Belgium; MS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Onomastic sciences and philosophy of language
Adjunct ProfessorPhD, Iowa; MS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Rare book librarianship; book history; history, technique, and materials of papermaking; printing on a handpress; Medieval English literature; enumerative, descriptive, historical, and textual bibliography.
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; MS, Cross-disciplinary Studies (Geography & English Technical Communication), Minnesota State University, Mankato; BA, Geology and German, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Competencies and teaching of cataloging and classification, use of related works and expressions in RDA cataloging, cataloging of audio-visual and electronic resources
Adjunct LecturerPhD, Public Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago
E-government, information and communication technologies, broadband access, digital literacy, program evaluation
Adjunct ProfessorPhD, Library and Information Science, Illinois, 1988 Certificate of Advanced Study in Librarianship, Illinois, 1978 MLS, Librarianship, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976 MA, Slavic Languages and Literatures, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975 BA, Russian Language and Literature, Tufts University, 1969 Certified Public Accountant (by national examination), Registered in Illinois, 2001
Financial management of libraries, decision making
Adjunct LecturerMLS, Dominican University; MA, Governors State University
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; BA, Literature, Western Illinois University
Scholarly communication topics such as digital repositories, research data management, open access, electronic theses & dissertations. Additionally, organizational change, workforce development, and agile management practices in libraries.
Adjunct Assistant ProfessorMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Bibliography and publishing history of the non-Slavic peoples of Central Eurasia; discoverability of resources in non-Latin scripts in library catalogs.
Adjunct LecturerMS, CAS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Adjunct LecturerPhD, MS, Library and Information Science; BA, English and Rhetoric, Illinois
Adjunct LecturerPhD, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Digital literacy, community informatics, public engagement, makerspaces, learning, user experience design
Adjunct LecturerBA, French, University of Utah; MA, French Literature, New York University; MSLIS, Data Curation/Special Collections, Illinois
Fundraising analytics, donor behaviors/behavioral modeling, data visualization
Adjunct LecturerEdD, Curriculum and Instruction, Illinois
Integrating technology into education, digital equity, knowledge management strategies and technologies, data analytics, and business intelligence.
Adjunct LecturerPhD, Library and Information Science, Illinois; JD, University of Iowa; MA, Library and Information Science, University of Iowa; BA, Psychology, University of Dubuque
Uncertainty management in libraries, information seeking by self-represented litigants, law librarian responses to self-represented litigant information needs.
Adjunct LecturerMFA, The University of the Arts
Conservation and preservation, history of the book, artists' books.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Adjunct LecturerMS, English, University of Illinois at Springfield; BS, Loyola University
Researching and publishing topic based collections of traditional folktales. My sixth book, co-authored with Kathe Brinkmann, was just published in mid 2016.
Adjunct Assistant ProfessorPhD, MS Library and Information Science, Illinois BA, Political Science, Reed College
My primary research interest is role of cultural institutions in democratic society, including the theory and practice of community engagement. I am interested in the ways that cultural exchange builds global understanding, and have ongoing partnerships with the libraries in Russia.
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; MEd Kent State University
Instructional design; web usability; electronic collection development
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Reference, library administration, youth librarianship, public librarianship
Adjunct LecturerJD, MS, Library and Information Science, University of Washington; MPA, University of Connecticut; BA, Journalism, University of Alaska
Dissemination and preservation of government information, information policy.
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; BA, Art History, DePauw University
Information technology in libraries, usability and accessibility
Adjunct LecturerBA, English, Illinois; MA, English, Northern Illinois University; MS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
I lecture and write about how information providers can work with genealogists in a variety of settings. I am currently writing a book that is a timeline of 300 years of New Orleans history.
Adjunct Assistant ProfessorPhD, MS Library and Information Science, Illinois; MA, BA, University of Illinois at Chicago
Children's and young adult literature, especially the use of visual images, and library history; current research projects include a book history of Kipling's The Jungle Books, a history of the children's libraries in Brussels from 1920-1940, a look at gaming and inquiry based learning via Wolfquest, and an examination of internationalism in picture books from the 1920s and 1930s.
Adjunct LecturerSM, MIT; MBA, University of Iowa; BS, General Engineering, Illinois
IoT; precision agriculture; data analytics & visualization; enterprise transformation; information & communication technologies; services, innovation, and general purpose technologies.
Best practices for integrating offline and online library collections, improving methods of scholarly communication, open access, open source software, and information organization.
Adjunct LecturerPhD, Education Policy Studies, Illinois; MA, Curriculum and Instruction, Illinois State University
Hip Hop Information Science, Technology Entrepreneurship, Cultural Engineering
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library Science, and BM, Music History & Literature, University of North Texas
Library administration, future/developing bibliographic metadata systems, and user interface design.
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, MA, History, Illinois
User services, outreach, politics of the archival project
Adjunct Associate Professor
Archivist for Music and Fine Arts & Director, Sousa Archives and Center for American Music
Preserving America's music heritage; American popular music; the music and culture of the Appalachian serpent-handling communities of rural Kentucky
University Supervisor & Adjunct Lecturer, K-12 Library Information Specialist Licensure ProgramCAS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; MS, Education (Information Sciences and Technology), Eastern Illinois University; BA, English, Eureka College
School Librarianship, particularly leadership, technology integration and Library Information Specialist licensure preparation (co-teaching EDPR 438-442 Student Teaching Seminar and LIS 591M Practicum Seminar).
Adjunct LecturerMS Library and Information Science, Illinois; DMA University of Oregon; MM Arizona State University, BMUS Oberlin Conservatory
Rare item cataloging, cataloging education, artists’ books, rare book collection development.
Associate Professor, University LibraryMSI, University of Michigan; MBA, University of Iowa
Consulting, knowledge management, information seeking behavior, business research applications, information management
Bud Velde Preservation Librarian, Professor and Head, Preservation Services
University Library, Preservation Services Unit
MSLIS-CAS in Library and Archives Conservation, University of Texas at Austin
Preservation prioritization in light of shared print retention and digitization, large scale conservation applications to research library collections
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science; MA, Latin; BA Teaching of Latin, Illinois
Interested in public libraries, readers' advisory, and leisure reading for adults
Adjunct LecturerMBA, The University of Chicago
Ontologies for data curation in science and the humanities; best practices for data curation; applications of semantic technologies (Topic Maps and RDF/OWL) to data curation and digital libraries; interchange standards for the exchange of digital document annotations.
Adjunct LecturerMSLS, Albany (SUNY); MA, Massachusetts
Women's archives, community archives
Adjunct LecturerBFA, SAIC
Adjunct LecturerMS, Computer Science, Kansas State University
Business intelligence, data warehousing, databases
Adjunct LecturerMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois; BA, English, Augustana College
Reference, instruction, online learning
Adjunct Associate ProfessorMS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
Instruction in libraries, training in libraries, particularly for reference services, libraries as learning organizations