About Rick A Stoddart
As a librarian, I possess a scholarly interest of where librarianship, communication, and education/learning intersect. My research is focused in how library services, collections, and outreach can best enhance and support learning and community interaction. As Head of User & Research Services at the University of Idaho, I provide leadership on how our library meets the learning mission of our university through its instruction, reference, and public service programs.
Instruction and Learning, Academic Libraries, and Reference Services
University of Idaho Library
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2350
Moscow, ID 83844-2350
The Possibilities are Assessable: Using an Evidence Based Framework to ...
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (2014)
Objective – This study aimed to identify assessment opportunities and stakeholder connections in an emerging technologies department. Such departments are ...
Supplementing a Librarian's Information Literacy Toolkit with Textbooks: A ...
Communications in Information Literacy (2011)
This inquiry subjectively examines selected basic communication textbooks for information literacy concepts from the communication discipline point of view. Librarians ...
A Select Survey of Criminal Justice Administration and Criminology Resources ...
Reference and User Services Quarterly (2008)
The article reviews several library resources in the field of criminal justice administration/criminology (CJAC). It examines several online subscription databases ...
Unpublished Papers (2)
Competing Perspectives: Communicating the Value of School Librarians and ICT ...
ALISE 2011 Conference Paper (2011)
This paper will examine how LIS schools prepare pre-service librarians to communicate with school principal/administrators the importance and implementation of ...
Book Reviews (2)
Strategic Planning for Archival Organizations Using Logic Models
Northwest Archivists Annual Meeting (2016)
Logic models provide one approach to demonstrate the meaningful impact archives and cultural organizations have with our stakeholders and communities. A logic model is a graphical representation of an archival collection, department, or organization’s inputs, outputs, and outcomes to the communities they serve. Logic models can help apply strategic thinking to archival activities such collection management, curation, and promotion, and generate valuable discussion about strategic importance. This presentation will demonstrate the value in creating archivesrelated logic models and provide a handson opportunity to learn what a logic model is, how to build one, and related activities to advance strategic thinking with these new tools.