The Catholic University of America
School of Library and Information Science
Ph.D. Information Science, University of North Texas, 1998
M.A. Librarianship, University of Denver, 1977
B.S. Dietetics, University of Wyoming, 1974
User information behavior, study and assessment of end user relevance behavior, information retrieval, research methods, electronic publishing
Courses Taught at CUA
LSC 551, Organization of Information
LSC 708, Information Sources and Services in Science and Technology
"From highly relevant to not Relevant: Examining different regions of relevance" (with Amanda Spink and Howard Greisdorf). Information Processing and Management (in press).
"Changes in relevance criteria". Proceedings of the 61st annual meeting of the American Society for Information Science. October 26-29, 1998. Pittsburgh, PA.
"User criteria in relevance evaluation: Toward development of a measurement scale. (with Linda Schamber). Proceedings of the 59th annual meeting of the American Society for Information Science. October 21-26, 1996. Baltimore, MD.
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