Marilyn K. Moody is the Dean of the University Library and Professor at Portland
State University, a position she has held since 2012. As Dean, she provides leadership
for a vibrant 21st century library supporting research, teaching, and learning at
Portland State University. 

Moody’s professional interests include academic library administration, mobile learning,
institutional repository services, government information, and scholarly communications.
Moody has published and presented on a broad range of topics. She is the co-author with
Jean L. Sears of three editions of the reference work Using Government Information
Sources. 

Scholarly Communication

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Strategic Change and Alignment: ScholarWorks at Boise State University, Presented at the SUNY Council of Library Directors Spring Meeting, April 20, 2010 (2010)

Libraries must engage in strategic change and realign themselves much more closely with the university...

 

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Libraries and Strategic Change: The Role of Institutional Repository+ Services, Presented at the Berkeley Electronic Press session on “Repositioning the Role of the Library through the Institutional Repository." American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, 2010. January 2010. (2010)

In the "new normal" environment for higher education, libraries must realign themselves much more closely...

 

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Beyond the Institutional Repository: Campus Research Distribution Strategies, Marilyn K. Moody. "Beyond the Institutional Repository: Campus Research Distribution Strategies" Presented on May 6, 2009 as part of the ALA/ALCTS Institutional Repository Webinar series (2009)

The idea that universities and libraries ought to be more involved in developing a university's...

 

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Beyond the University: The IR and Research Distribution Strategies, Marilyn K. Moody. "Beyond the University: The IR and Research Distribution Strategies.” “Presented at the Berkeley Electronic Press session on “Leveraging Institutional Repositories to Support Your Institution's Strategic Mission.” American Library Association Meeting, 2009. (2009)

Universities are realizing the importance of developing research distribution strategies that allow their research and...

 

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Research Distribution Matters: The Boise State University Strategy, Presented at the Berkeley Electronic Press session on “Building the Business Case for an Institutional Repository in 2009” (2009)

Boise State University is developing a “research distribution strategy” in order to provide greater access...

 

Mobile learning

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EBL (eBook Library) eBook Use at Albertsons Library July 1, 2011-January 31, 2012 (with Peggy Cooper and Nancy Rosenheim), Library Faculty Publications and Presentations (2012)

Academic libraries are searching for ways to adapt to new information needs, provide digital information,...

 

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eBooks and More: Accessing Mobile and Digital Library Content, Presented at the Boise State University Mobile Learning Symposium, September 12, 2011. (2011)

Albertsons Library now offers a wide variety of digital content. Thousands of library academic eBooks...

 

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Plenary Session: Boise State University's Mobile Initiative Panel (with Susan Shadle, Max Davis-Johnson, and Dale Pike), Mobile Learning Symposium (2011)

Campus leaders will present the goals of the recently launched mobile learning initiative and engage...

 

Government Information

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Using Government Information Sources: Electronic and Print (2001)

Table of Contents List of Illustrations ix Preface to the Third Edition xi Acknowledgments xi...

 

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About the Web: Selected Magazines and Journals for Academic Librarians (with Hackenberg M. Jill), Internet Reference Services Quarterly (1999)

This article reviews selected magazines and journals of interest to academic librarians that include information...

 

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Technical Report Literature on the World Wide Web, Internet Reference Services Quarterly (1996)

This article reviews and analyzes the current state of Web access to technical report literature....

 

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Good Government Sources: Notable Documents 1992, Library Journal (1992)

Presents an annotated bibliography of 60 government information sources published by federal, international, and state...

 

Distance Learning

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“Distance Learning on the World Wide Web: A Review for Academic Librarians, Internet Reference Services Quarterly (1999)

This article provides an overview of the impact of distance learning on academic librarians. It...

 

Academic Libraries

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55,000 Ways to Say Yes: Customer-Driven Acquisitions and More! (with Peggy Cooper and Barbara Glackin), Idaho Library Association Annual Conference (2011)

The Boise State University Albertsons Library is committed to providing excellent user services, resources and...

 

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About the Web: Selected Magazines and Journals for Academic Librarians (with Hackenberg M. Jill), Internet Reference Services Quarterly (1999)

This article reviews selected magazines and journals of interest to academic librarians that include information...

 

Reference services

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“Reference Librarians and Technical Services Librarians: Who’s Accountable?”, The Reference Librarian (1992)

The relationship between reference librarians and technical services librarians has often been strained. In our...