About Paolo P. Gujilde
Paolo P. Gujilde is an Asssitant Professor and Coordinator of Collection Development at Zach S. Henderson Library. He received his M.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Zach S. Henderson Library
P.0. Box 8074
Statesboro, GA 30460-8074
Conference Talk/Panel Presentations (9)
Are We Doing Enough?: Four Stories of Diversity in Library Collections Charleston Conference (2015)
Do your collections reflect the diversity of your constituents? Are you equipped to meet the diverse needs of future users? In light of budgetary and spatial challenges, diversity in collections may not be a priority ...
What We Don’t Have…”: Utilizing Faculty Feedback in Collection Development Georgia Council of Media Organizations (2015)
As budgets become increasingly tight, librarians are more wary of spending money on resources that are not useful to students or faculty. To ensure that we continue to be good stewards of the funds with ...
Microaggression: It’s No Small Matter Texas Library Association (2015)
Microaggressions are brief and common verbal and behavioral actions that may be hostile and lead to an unfriendly environment. This session explores this form of behavior in libraries and offers strategies for recognizing and addressing ...
Collection Development at Different Stages: A Panel of Three Georgia Universities in Transition Georgia COMO Conference (2015)
In this session, a panel of collection development librarians from three USG universities - University of North Georgia, Kennesaw State University, and Georgia Southern University - will discuss ways they are approaching the quest for ...
Ebooks and Access Services Georgia Council of Media Organizations Conference (2013)
Panelist on Ebooks and Access Services . The Use of electronic books presents challenges to all areas of librarianship. This panel will explore the challenges of ebooks and Access Services. Panelists will discuss ebooks from ...
Breaking the Information Desk: A Dialogue on Collaboration and Engagement Across All Levels of Stakeholders Illinois Information Literacy Summit (2012)
As librarians, we are at the center of various stakeholders in the institution and in the community. Patrons, students, faculty, and administrators come to us to guide them to many layers of content within physical ...
Beyond the Walls: Extending the University through Online Digital Photography Exhibit Illinois Library Association Annual Conference (2011)
In the Fall 2010, Robert Morris University of Illinois offered a course titled, Creative Expressions: Digital Photography in the Bensenville branch campus. The course introduces students to digital photography both “as an art form and ...
Mortuary Practices in the American Bottom Region Midwest Archaeological Conference (2007)
Human burials associated with Late Woodland/Terminal Late Woodland (AD900-1050) and Mississippian (AD1050-1275) periods were identified at the Sauget Industrial Park in St. Clair County, Illinois. Isolated human burials in habitation contexts were present at the ...
Conference Poster Presentations (6)
Looking Back and Moving Forward: A Multi-Year Circulation Statistical Story Charleston Conference (2015)
In the past few years, Georgia Southern University (GSU) have been assessing its collection to guide any updates to collection development policies. In particular, the print monograph collection was pinpointed to confirm (or deny) the ...
The “Media Room”: A New Content Creation Space Illinois Library Association Conference (2012)
In the Spring of 2010, the new Information Technology Library of Robert Morris University – Chicago opened its doors to the campus community. The new space emphasizes the words, Integration, Research, Collaboration, Acquisition, Discovery, and ...