Current Role at Stanford


University Librarian and Director, Academic Information Resources
Founder/Publisher, HighWire Press
Publisher, Stanford University Press

Academic Appointments


  • Vice Provost, Academic Council, Stanford University Libraries

Honors & Awards


  • Minerva Award, SUNY/Geneseo (2011)
  • Elected Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2010-)
  • Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2009-)
  • Numerous research and philanthropic donations to Stanford, various (1993-)
  • Travel Grant, International Publishers Association and Indian Federation of Publishers (1992 Feb)
  • Deems Taylor Award, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (1988)
  • Fellow, Pierson College, Yale University (1988-1998)
  • Faculty/Librarian Research Planning Grant, Council on Library Resources (1985)
  • IBM Project Grant Award, University of California at Berkeley (1985)
  • Research Grant, Librarians Association of the University of California (1985/1986)
  • U.C. Berkeley Medal (Bronze), University of California at Berkeley (1983)
  • Various research grants, College of Arts and Sciences (1973-1981)
  • NDEA Title IV Fellowship, State University of new York at Buffalo (1967-1970)
  • Departmental Honors, Hamilton College (1967)
  • Nelson Clark Dale Prize, Hamilton College (1967)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations


  • Appointed Member, Steering Committee, Initiative on the Informed Brain in the Digital World, National Academies of Science and Engineering Keck Futures Initiative (2011 - Present)
  • Appointed Member, National Academy of Science, National Research Council, Committee to Develop a Research Agenda on Copyright & Innovation, Science (2010 - 2011)
  • Appointed Member, Committee on Scientific Responsibility, National Academies of Science and Engineering (2009 - 2011)
  • Appointed Member, Board on Research Data and Information, National Council, National Academies of Science and Engineering (2009 - 2011)
  • Consultative Board, British Library (2009 - 2011)
  • Commission on Technology in Teaching and Learning, Stanford University (1994 - Present)
  • President's Cabinet, Stanford University (1994 - Present)
  • University Fellow, Stanford University (1994 - 1995)
  • Member, National Digital Library Federation (1994 - 1994)
  • Academic Senate, Stanford University ex-officio (1993 - 2010)
  • Member, Working Group on the Review of the NEH Preservation Program, Association of Research Libraries (1992 - 1993)
  • Member, Mid-Decade Planning Group, Research Libraries Group (1992 - 1993)
  • Member, Journal Pricing Sub-committee, American Physical Society (1992 - 1995)
  • Member, Association for Reserach Libraries Task Force on Foreign Acquisitions (1992 - 1993)
  • Committee of Council Chairpersons, Yale Center for International and Area Studies (1991 - 1993)
  • Committee on On-line Scholarly Information, Yale (1991 - 1993)
  • Member, RLG Programs Advisory Group (1991 - 1992)
  • Board of Directors, Connecticut Center for the Book (1990 - 1993)
  • Yale College Committee on International Relations Major, Yale (1990 - 1990)
  • Yale University International Development Committee 1990-93 Collection Development Council, Yale (1990 - 1993)
  • Board of Directors' Standing Hearing Panel on Professional Ethics, American Psychological Association (1989 - 1999)
  • RENARC, Advisory Board, Database of Music Historical Information in Renaissance Archival Collections (1989 - 1994)
  • Chair, Pierson College Library Committee, Yale (1989 - 1993)
  • Chair, Collection Management and Development Committee, Research Libraries Group (1989 - 1991)
  • Member, Advisory Committee on Collection Development, Center for Research Libraries, Chicago (1988 - 1992)
  • Chair, Serials Data Task Force of the Collection Management and Development Committee, Research Libraries Group (1988 - 1989)
  • Member, Review Panel, Research Resources Division, National Endowment for the Humanities (1988 - 1988)
  • Member, Task Force on Expensive Serials, Heads of Collection Development in Large Research Libraries Discussion Group, American Library Association (1987 - 1988)
  • Mentor, Undergraduate Library Internship Program, Yale University Library (1987 - 1988)
  • Invited Participant, Conference on Libraries and Scholarship, Center for the Book, Library of Congress (1987 - 1987)
  • Board of Directors Other Activities, cont., Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences (1987 - 1993)
  • Member, Collection Management and Development Committee, Research Libraries Group (1986 - 1991)
  • Chair, Retrospective Conversion Task Force, Yale (1986 - 1988)
  • Task Force on Performance Expectations, Yale (1986 - 1988)
  • Institute for Associate and Deputy University Librarians, Office of Management Studies, Association for Research Libraries (1986 - 1986)
  • Member, Council of the American Musicological Society (1985 - 1988)
  • Board of Directors, ODC/San Francisco (formerly Oberlin Dance Collective) (1985 - 1986)
  • Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator, Italian Music and Lyric Poetry of the Renaissance (1985 - Present)
  • Advanced Management Skills Institute, Office of Management Studies, Association of Research Libraries (1985 - 1985)
  • Joint Committee to Establish a National Retrospective Conversion Plan for Music, - (1984 - 1986)
  • Council on Library Resources Conference on National Strategies for Retrospective Conversion, CLR (1984 - 1984)
  • Program Chair, Council on Library Resources Conference on Standards for the Retrospective Conversion of Music Materials, CLR (1984 - 1984)
  • Assessor, Management Skills Assessment Program, University of California (1984 - 1984)
  • Chair; author of AMLG Retrospective Conversion Proposal to the U.S. Dept of Education - $235,000 grant award for FY 1985/86, Associated Music Libraries Group (UC/Berkeley, Harvard, Yale, Eastman, University of Illinois/Champaign-Urban, Indiana University, Stanford) (1983 - 1986)
  • Pre-Conference on Automated Circulation Systems, LAMA, ALA (1983 - 1983)
  • Finance Committee, Music Library Association (1982 - 1983)
  • Committee on Automated Bibliography, American Musicological Society (1982 - 1983)
  • Chairman, Music Program Committee, RLG (1981 - 1985)
  • Editorial Committee, MLA Index and Bibliography Series (1981 - 1985)
  • Bibliographical Commission, Repertoire International de la Presse Musical de XIXme Siecle (1981 - 1984)
  • Seminar Participant, Results Oriented Supervision, a 4 week management training program, Cornell University Personnel Office (1981 - 1981)
  • Staff instructor on AACR2 and ALA Filing Rules, 3rd ed., CU 1980 Seminar Participant on AACR2, taught by Paul Winkler, FAUL Consortium (1980 - 1980)
  • Special Assistant to Dean on Facilities Planning, College of Arts and Sciences, Cornell University (1979 - 1980)
  • Fifteenth Anniversary Committee, MLA (1978 - 1980)
  • Cornell University Representative to "What's In A Name", Canadian Library Association Programme on Automated Authority Systems, Vancouver, BC (1978 - 1978)
  • Chairman, Nomination Committees, NY Chapters of AMS and MLA (1977 - 1981)
  • Reviewer, National Endowment for the Humanities (1976 - Present)
  • Faculty Advisor to the Cornell Chimesmasters and McGraw Tower, Cornell University (1976 - 1981)
  • Member-at-large and Development Officer, Board of Directors, MLA (1976 - 1978)
  • Chairman, Audio-visual and Microforms Committee, Music Library Association (1974 - 1976)
  • Faculty Advisor to freshmen and sophomores, Cornell University (1973 - 1981)
  • Microforms Committee, Music Library Association (1971 - 1974)
  • Chair, Commitee to Study the Feasability of a New Music Press, NY Chapter, American Musicological Society (1971 - 1972)

Professional Education


  • B.A., Hamilton College, NY, Cum Laude, Biology, Music (1967)
  • M.A., State University of New York at Buffalo, Music History (1970)
  • M.L.S., State University of New York at Geneseo, Academic Librarianship (1972)

Work Experience


  • Publisher, Stanford University Press, Stanford University (2001 - Present)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Founder/Publisher, HighWire Press, Stanford University (1995 - Present)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • University Librarian and Director, Academic Information Resources, Stanford University (1994 - Present)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Director, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford University (1993 - 1994)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Associate University Librarian & Director of Collection Development, Yale University (1986 - 1993)

    Location

    New Haven, CT

  • Visiting Lecturer, Music Department, Stanford University (1984 - 1984)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Head of the Music Library, University of California at Berkeley (1981 - 1986)

    Location

    Berkeley, CA

  • Acting Undergraduate Librarian, Cornell University (1976 - 1976)

    Location

    Ithaca, NY

  • Music Librarian/Senior Lecturer in Musicology, Cornell University (1973 - 1981)

    Location

    Ithaca, NY

  • Assistant Librarian for Reference and Cataloging, Music Library, State University of New York at Buffalo (1970 - 1973)

    Location

    Buffalo, NY

Journal Articles


  • How Can Libraries be Guided Into the Future? Crossing Borders: The Future of Access Keller, M. A. 2014: 37-39
  • Digital Archiving, a necessary aspect reflecting the influence and extent of use of information technology in advanced societies Invited paper for Science and Technology in Society: Lights and Shadows - For a Sustainable Future Michael A. Keller
  • Music Selection of Library Materials in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences Michael A. Keller, Edited by P. McClung et al
  • US West Coast Perspective on Lynne Brindley’s Career Alexandria Keller, M. A. 2012; 23 (3): 9-13
  • Mountain View: the Agreement among Google, Publishers, and Authors College & Research Libraries Journal Michael A. Keller 2009; 70 (1)
  • Mountain View: the Agreement among Google, Publishers, and Authors COLLEGE & RESEARCH LIBRARIES Keller, M. A. 2009; 70 (1): 5-6
  • Riding the wave: the role of IT innovation in higher education Münster, New York, Munich, Berlin: Waxmann Michael A. Keller 2007: 33-44
  • Recent advances in digital librarianship Invited paper for National Library of China Michael A. Keller 2006
  • Google Book Search; what Stanford intends Invited paper for Digitization Symposium, University of Michigan Michael A. Keller 2006
  • Stanford Knowleege Management Enterprises in SULAIR Invited paper for colloquium of Pacific Rim universities on knowledge management and enterprises Michael A. Keller 2006
  • Wie "DODLs", Digitalisierung und Repositorien neues Wissen fördern können Bad Honnef: Bock+Herchen Michael A. Keller 2006: 39-42
  • Google Book Search: indexing the contents of library books Kanazawa: Kanasawa Institute of Technology Michael A. Keller 2006
  • Building, operating, and maintaining digital libraries Invited paper for China Education and Research Conference Michael A. Keller 2005
  • LOCKSS, the Stanford Digital Library, and other schemes addressing the digital archiving challenge Invited paper at the Library of University of Edinburgh Michael A. Keller 2005
  • Economics of scientific and biomedical journals: Where do scholars stand in debate of online journal pricing and site license ownership between libraries and publishers? First Monday Michael A. Keller, Haekyung Jeon-Slaughter, Andrew C. Herkovic 2005; 10 (3)
  • Mass digitization and its implications for libraries Invited paper for National Academy of Social Sciences of the People's Republic of China Michael A. Keller 2005
  • Digitizing Literatures: Bringing the Library to Where People Search for Information Report to Faculty Senate Michael A. Keller 2005
  • The Future of Books, Reading & Research Invited paper for Digital Lecture Hall series at Georgetown University Michael A. Keller 2005
  • Orphan Works and Research Libraries and Archives: A letter to the U.S. Copyright Office - Michael A. Keller 2005
  • Commentary on NIH Notice on Enhanced Public Access to NIH Research Information - Michael A. Keller 2004
  • Casting Forward; collection development after mass digitization - Michael A. Keller 2004
  • Gold at the End of the Digital Library Rainbow: Forecasting the Consequences of Truly Effective Digital Libraries - Michael A. Keller 2004
  • Scattered Leaves: Reflections on Leadership - Michael A. Keller 2003
  • What is a Library Anymore Anyway? First Monday Michael A. Keller, Victoria A. Reich, Andrew C. Herkovic 2003; 8 (5)
  • The HighWire Press: A Study in Service to Scholarly Communication Medizin Bibliothek Information Michael A. Keller, Andrew C. Herkovic 2002; 2 (3): 10-13
  • Innovation and service in scientific publishing requires more, not less, competition Nature: Debates Keller, M. A. 2001
  • The New World Order Redux: Revisiting Fiesole 1999 - Michael A. Keller 2001
  • Netprints: the next phase in the evolution of biomedical publishing - Will allow researchers to share their findings in full, for free, and fast BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL Delamothe, T., Smith, R., Keller, M. A., Sack, J., Witscher, B. 1999; 319 (7224): 1515-1516
  • Framing the Retreat: Thoughts on the New World Order in Collection Development - Michael A. Keller 1999
  • Returning Responsibility for Scholarly Communication to the Academy - Michael A. Keller 1998
  • Science, Scholarship, and Internet Publishing: The HighWire Story - Michael A. Keller 1998
  • Cybrarians -- The Information Professionals of the 21st-Century - Michael A. Keller 1997
  • Capitalizing on the Library Investment - Michael A. Keller 1996
  • Business models, not economic models for research libraries in the transition to more digitized information resources - Michael A. Keller 1996
  • Reconstruction, Preservation and Innovation: Rebuilding Green Library and Incorporating Advances Instigated by the Commission on Technology in Teaching and Learning - Michael A. Keller 1995
  • The Role of Subject Specialists in the Virtual Library Paper presented to the University Library Staff of the University of Minnesota Michael A. Keller 1994
  • Late Awakenings: Recruiting Subject Specialists to Librarianship and Collection Development Recruiting, Educating, and Training Librarians for Collection Development Michael A. Keller 1993: 45-68
  • Moving toward concrete solutions based in fundamental values Journal of Academic Librarianship Michael A. Keller 1992: 7-9
  • Publishers' and librarians' cooperation -- a new vision Paper delivered to the XXIV Congress of the International Publishers Association in New Delhi, India Michael A. Keller 1992
  • Collection building at the national level: new demands, new concepts Paper presented to the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Scholarship session on "cooperative collection development in the Slavic field" Michael A. Keller 1992
  • A report on the status of foreign acquisitions in North American research libraries FOCUS Michael A. Keller 1992
  • Review of Scholarly communication and serial prices: proceedings of a conference College & Reserach Libraries Michael A. Keller 1992; 53 (4): 364-65
  • Frankfurt Book Fair Showcases Publishing's Latest ARL: a bimonthly newsletter of research library issues and actions Michael A. Keller 1992: 8-9
  • Goodbye to the written word Paper written in response to the art installation "Gray Matters: the Last Library" by Carla Rae Johnson, at ARTSPACE Michael A. Keller 1991
  • Collection development in the 1990s Paper presented to the New England Chapter of Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1991
  • Digital preservation: some reflections upon its implications for collection development officers Paper presented to the Advisory Council of the Commission on Preservation and Access Michael A. Keller 1991
  • Academic library collection development in a time of transition; the possibilities for electronic publishing Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American University Presses Michael A. Keller 1991
  • The Italian madrigal and related repertories Fontes Artis Musicae Michael A. Keller 1991; 37 (3)
  • Strategies for the future dissemination of scholarly and scientific articles Paper presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries Journal Cost Discussion Group session at ALA Mid-winter Michael A. Keller 1991
  • Role of the RLG Conspectus in collection development policy in the university Paper presented at the Universitetsbibliotek, Uppsala Unviersity Michael A. Keller 1990
  • Criteria used by librarians in selecting titles Paper presented at the Society for Scholarly Publishing 1990 Annual Meeting Michael A. Keller 1990
  • Do serials vendor policies affect serials pricing? Serials Review Michael A. Keller (contributor) 1990; 16 (2): 17-18
  • Selection and Acquisition [of serials for research libraries] Paper presented at the sixth annual seminar of the Association of Learned Society and Professional Journal Publishers Michael A. Keller 1990
  • The RLG Conspectus as a methodology for national collection coordination Paper presented to the Swedish National Committee for Library Planning Michael A. Keller 1990
  • The ARL Serials Report of 1989; its significance and implications Paper presented at the Charleston Conference on Acquisitions Michael A. Keller 1989
  • Filantropia e sostegno per gli Enti Locali per la Cultura agli Stati Uniti Paper presented at the Seconda Conferenza Nazionale degli Enti Locali per la Cultura, Ferrara, Italy Michael A. Keller 1989
  • Music Reference and Research Materials Michael A. Keller, Vincent Duckles 1988; 4th ed
  • Development, promulgation, and support of scholarly data bases: a comparative study of selected U.S. and Italian experiences Paper presented at the Conference of the Western European Specialists Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Florence, Italy Michael A. Keller 1988
  • Grantsmanship Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1987
  • Music and Dance The Reader's Adviser, 13th edition Michael A. Keller 1986; 3: 484-525
  • New bibliographic, literary, and musical tools; the Italian Music and Lyric Poetry of the Renaissance Project Paper presented to the Conference on Music Bibliography Michael A. Keller 1986
  • The Evolution of RPM, the National Retrospective Conversion Project for Music Paper commissioned by and presented at a Cooperative Library Agency for Systems and Services Symposium on Retrospective Conversion Michael A. Keller 1985
  • RLG's Developmental Efforts and Their Impact on Music Libraries Paper presented to the Pre-conference on Computers and New Technology for the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1984
  • Thinking About Music Critical Thinking Michael A. Keller 1984
  • An analysis of the L.C. Music Shelf-list on Microfiche Cum Notis Variorum Michael A. Keller 1983; 78
  • The Berkeley Carillon Cum Notis Variorum Michael A. Keller 1983; 76
  • Library Patrons and Library Networks Paper presented at the 1982 Annual Meeting of the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1982
  • The Effects of Library Networks on Scholarship in the 1980s Paper presented at the 1981 Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society Michael A. Keller 1981
  • Collection Profile - Music Library J. Gormley Miller's Collection Development Management at Cornell Michael A. Keller 1981; Appendix V: 113-132
  • "Senaillie;" "Guenin;" "Dauvergne" New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians Michael A. Keller 1980
  • Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Music Therapy Index, Music Pscychology Index and The Recording Industry Index, Three New Indexes to Musical Literature, and a new form of RILM, on-line Notes, the Journal of the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller, Carol A. Lawrence 1980; 36 (3)
  • An Index to Composers Cited Brenner's Biblioographical List of Plays in the French Language, 1700-1789 Michael A. Keller, Neal Zaslaw 1979
  • Review of Johann Sebastian Bach: Life, Times and Influence Notes, journal of the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1979; 35 (4)
  • Music Manuscripts in Microform Paper presented at the 1976 Annual Meeting of the International Association of Music Libraries Michael A. Keller 1976
  • Library Networks and Consortia Paper presented at the 1975 Annual Meeting of the International Association of Music Libraries Michael A. Keller 1975
  • Present and future activity of the MLA in non-profit media Paper presented at the 1974 Summer Meeting of the Canadian Library Association Michael A. Keller 1974
  • Report on Genesee Music Press Performance Practice and Musicology Michael A. Keller 1974
  • Where does policy come from? a dialogue Cornell University Libraries Bulletin Michael A. Keller 1974
  • Music serials in microform and reprint editions Notes, the journal of the Music Library Association Michael A. Keller 1973; 29
  • Bibliography of Blake texts set to music Blake Society Newsletter Michael A. Keller 1972
  • Report on Genesee Music Press Masters Theses Michael A. Keller 1972
  • Report on Genesee Music Press Current Musicology Michael A. Keller 1971
  • Handlist: Music Manuscripts on Microfilm [in the] Music Library [at] SUNY/Buffalo SUNY University Libraries Michael A. Keller 1971

Books and Book Chapters


  • Art & Craft: Object & Idea Holding Dear: The Value of the Real Keller, M. A. Levenger Press. 2013: 133-136

Presentations


  • Semantic Web for Librarians and Publishers

    Time Period

    11/3/2011

    Presented To

    Charleston Conference 2011

    Location

    Charleston, SC

  • NSF NSB Data Policies Issues & Desiderata

    Time Period

    3/29/2011

    Presented To

    Workshop at NSF

    Location

    Arlington, VA

  • The Future of University Presses and Other Institutional Publishers

    Time Period

    2/2009

    Presented To

    The Changing Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age Symposium at Texas A&M University

    Location

    College Station, TX

  • The future of books, libraries, and publishing: a practitioner's perspective

    Time Period

    3/3/2008

    Presented To

    Carl von Siemens Stiftung Lecture

    Location

    Munich, Germany

  • Emerging Cybraries

    Time Period

    3/5/2007

    Presented To

    De Lange Conference IV, Rice University

    Location

    Houston, TX

  • Emerging information technologies serving the scholarly community

    A distinguished scholar and librarian, Michael Keller is actively involved in the evolution and growth of scholarly communication. He is committed to the development of new information technologies whilst also advocating deep collecting of traditional library materials. HighWire Press, which he founded, produces the online versions of high-impact peer-reviewed journals and in partnership with influential scholarly societies, university presses and publishers, produces 71 of the 200 most frequently cited journals published in science. He will speak about HighWire, the long-term preservation of digitally-published scholarly materials, digitising medieval manuscripts and Stanford's contribution to the digitisation of books under the Google Book program.

    Time Period

    9/13/2007

    Presented To

    La Trobe University Library

    Location

    Melbourne, Australia

  • One good turn deserves another; how the Google Book Search project is benefiting everyone

    Time Period

    9/2006

    Presented To

    European Council Digital Library 2006

    Location

    Alicante, Spain

  • Changing roles and expectations in the academy; a U.S. research university perspective

    Time Period

    8/2/2006

    Presented To

    Fiesole Collection Development Retreat

    Location

    Lund, Sweden

  • Google Book Search; indexing the contents of library books

    Time Period

    7/2006

    Presented To

    Kanazawa Insititute of Technology Library Round Table

    Location

    Ishikawa, Japan

  • The future is here

    Time Period

    6/21/2006

    Presented To

    Society of College, National and University Librarians of the UK

    Location

    Newcastle, UK

  • Digital Avatars; why should we worry about digital asset management

    Time Period

    1/4/2006

    Presented To

    Chinese University of Hong Kong Conference

    Location

    Hong Kong, China

  • Whither Academic Information Services in the Perfect Storm of the Early 21st-centry?

    Time Period

    2/8/2006

    Presented To

    8th International Bielefeld Conference - Academic Library and Information Services: New Paradigms for the Digital Age

    Location

    Bielefeld, Germany

  • A Knowledge-Based Web

    Time Period

    11/14/2005

    Presented To

    Celebrating Knowledge: The Power and Potential Conference

    Location

    Singapore

  • The Library of the Future: Pixels vs. Paper

    Time Period

    10/17/2005

    Presented To

    Gartner/Chronicle of Higher Education Conference on Higher Education Leadership

    Location

    Orland, FL

  • The Google Library Digitization Project: For the Good of the World or for Google?

    Time Period

    9/28/2005

    Presented To

    Advancing the Effectiveness and Sustainability of Open Education

    Location

    Logan, UT

  • Reconstructing Collection Development

    Time Period

    11/2004

    Presented To

    XXIV Annual Charleston Conference, Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition

    Location

    Charleston, SC

  • The Future of Great Research Libraries

    Time Period

    9/19/2002

    Presented To

    A Celebration of Libraries on the 400th anniversary of the Bodleian Library

    Location

    Oxford, UK

  • Bing Wing Dedication Remarks

    Time Period

    10/1999

    Presented To

    Stanford University

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Value Added: What is It? How do You Get It? How do you Sell It?

    Time Period

    6/9/1994

    Presented To

    Society for Scholarly Publishing, 16th Annual Meeting

    Location

    San Francisco, CA

  • Navigating the Global Information Sea: A View From the Farm

    Time Period

    6/5/1994

    Presented To

    Rocky Mountain Stanford Association

    Location

    Englewood, CO

  • Ownership and access

    Time Period

    9/16/1992

    Presented To

    Seminar of the Society for Scholarly Publishing

    Location

    Boston, MA

  • Strategic choices facing the Yale libraries

    Time Period

    10/1990

    Presented To

    Fellowship of Pierson College, Yale University

    Location

    New Haven, CT

  • Anticipated demands on collection development budgets and the role of outside resources in funding acquisitions

    ALCTS-RS and LAMA program "Funding Future Acquisitions: Financial Resources for the 1990s"

    Time Period

    6/1990

    Presented To

    American Library Association Annual Conference

    Location

    Chicago, IL

  • Digital Humanities: taxonomy of DH types; why DH; DH issues

    Time Period

    1/23/2014

    Presented To

    American Academy of Arts & Sciences: Humanities in the Digital Age meeting

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Books and Libraries in the 21st-century; strategic perspectives of a librarian and publisher

    Time Period

    1/16/2014

    Presented To

    Stanford Seminar on the Enlightenment & Revolution

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • The Effects of the Digital Age on Education

    Time Period

    November 2012

    Presented To

    The Informed Brain in a Digital World Podcast of the Keck Futures Initiative

    Location

    Irvine, CA