Evelyn H. Daniel
Information resources management, organization theory, marketing, special librarianship and knowledge management, school librarianship, library/information science education, international education.
Evelyn Daniel received an A.B. in History from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1968, an M.L.S. from the University of Maryland in 1969 and a Ph.D. in Information Science from that same institution in 1974. She has worked as a practitioner in all types of libraries and in a library/information consulting agency. Her faculty career began at Maryland as Director of the Undergraduate Library Science Education Program and as Director of Admissions for the School of Library Information Servgices (1969-72). She has been a faculty member at the University of Kentucky (1972-74), the University of Rhode Island (1974-76), Syracuse University (1976-85; Dean from 1980-85), and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1985 to date; Dean from 1985-90). She has also taught on campus and distance education courses for Emporia (1991), the University of Illinois (1996-97) and Syracuse University (various dates, most recently 1998).
I am interested in change in organizations as a function of the introduction of new information technology. How does change unfold in new organizational structures, different tasks and relationships of members of the institution, and how do these changes impact the surrounding environment? My work has been primarily in educational settings (universities and public school systems in particular) and in corporate settings.
Recent research and development activities include an Internet Training grant for School Librarians and School Technologists funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education (1997-98) and a collaborative project, the North Carolina Botanical Information Network, with the North Carolina Botanical Garden, the North Carolina Herbarium and the UNC Dept. of Biology. The latter project received initial funding from the UNC Technology Initiative (1997-98) and subsequent support from the Institute on Museum and Library Science.
ALISE Statistical Report, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. (co-edited with J. Saye). ALISE, 1998- . Annual compilation of data on various measures of faculty, students, curriculum and finance. Available online at http://ils.unc.edu/ALISE as well as partially in electronic database.
"Teaching to learn - Learning to Teach," Tekniska Litteratursällskapet 55(4) (2000):73-83.
Guidelines for Professional Library/Information Educational Programs - 2000. With Susan Lazinger and Ole Harbo. Available at http://www.ifla.org/VII/s23/bulletin/guidelines.htm. IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations) January 2001. Also published in The IFLA SET [Section on Education and Training] Bulletin 1(3) (October 2000): 37-40 and in ELIS:A; Education for Library and Information Services: Australia 17(1-3)(May-Dec 2000): 23-28.
"JELIS in the '90s," Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 41(1) (Winter 2000) 45- 51.
"The Plant Information Center," (with Peter White, Jane Greenberg and James Massey). First Monday; Peer Reviewed Journal on the Internet. Vol. 5, No. 6 (June 5th, 2000). http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue5_6/daniel/. ISSN 1396-0466.
"Faculty Governance," pp. 151-166 in The Management of Library and Information Studies Education, H. Totten, ed. Haworth Press, 1992.
"Library/Information Science Education: The Research Ethos," Chapter 9 of Library/Information Science Research: Perspective and Strategies for Improvement (eds. C. McClure and P. Hernon) Norwood, NJ: Ablex 1991.
"The Effects of Identity, Attitude and Priority," Journal of Academic Librarianship, 13 (May 1987); 76-78.
"An Examination of Faculty and Administrative Knowledge Workers and their Major Information Support Units," pp. 35-58 in Campus of the Future, Dublin, OH; OCLC Online Computer Library Center, 1987.
"The Library/Information School in Context: The Place of Library/Information Science Education Within Higher Education," Library Trends34 (Spring 1985): 623-643.
"Librarians as Information Managers," pp. 244-250 of Public Libraries and the Challenges of the Next Two Decades (Littleton, Co: Libraries Unlimited, 1985).
"Information Resources and Organizational Structure," Journal of American Society for Information Science, January 1983.
"Assessing Competencies: Lessons from a Library/Media Project (with D. P. Ely), Journal of Instructional Development, Fall, 1982.
"Special Libraries and Information Managers," Special Libraries, April 1982.
Information Resources Management; An Overview for Educators. Information Analysis Paper. Syracuse, NY: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, 1981.
Assessing the Competencies of Media Professionals; A Model for Determining Costs and Effectiveness (with D. P. Ely), Syracuse: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, 1979.
A Process for Developing a Competency-Based Educational Program for Media Professionals (with D. P. Ely) Syracuse: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, 1977.
"Performance Measurement for School Libraries," in Advances in Librarianship, v. 6 (eds. M.J. Voight and M.H. Harris), New York: Academic Press, 1976.
"Library and Information Center Management," (with P. Wasserman), Annual Review of Information Science, vol. 4, 1969. Reprinted in UNISIST Handbook in Scientific and Technological Information and Documentation (ed. P. Atherton), Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1976.
Reader in Library and Information Services (with M. Reynolds) Washington, D.C.: NCR Microcard Editions, 1974.
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