Mary Jo DeJoice is a Public Services Librarian at the Georgia State University Library, working with the Departments of Political Science and Criminal Justice. Ms. DeJoice holds an M.L.S. in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. in Instructional Technology from Towson State University (Maryland). Research interests include: Educational technology – with a focus on the library experience and project management.
Some issues in implementing library self-checkout systems: a management perspective (with Pongracz Senney), Illinois Libraries (2000)
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Where the Path(finder) Has Led Us: Crafting Experience-centered Research Guides (with Doug Goans), GOLD/GALILEO Annual Users Group Conference (2009)
Learn how Georgia State transitioned to dynamic research guides that incorporate 2.0 technologies and more!...