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Ken Haycock

Curriculum Vitae

June, 2016

Contact:

Business Address: University of Southern California, 3550 Trousdale Parkway, DML 314, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0182

Home Address: 141 Water Street, Suite 302, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1A7

Telephone: 213.821.1641; E-mail: ken.haycock@marshall.usc.edu

Telephone: 778.689.5938; E-mail: ken@

Personal Website:

Contents

|Education |2 |

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|Academic/Professional Experience |2 |

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|Teaching |6 |

|Areas of special interest and accomplishment |6 |

|Courses taught/enrolment |6 |

|Graduate students supervised |7 |

|Visiting lecturer |7 |

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|Scholarly/Professional Activities |08 |

|Areas of special interest and accomplishment |08 |

|Research or equivalent grants and contracts |08 |

|Papers/Presentations/Institutes |10 |

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|Community/Professional Service |38 |

|Current service |38 |

|Former service |40 |

|Editorships |43 |

|Reviewer (journal, grant agency, universities) |43 |

|Consultancies |46 |

|Other service to the community |49 |

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|University Service |51 |

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|Awards and Honors |53 |

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|Special Accomplishments and Recognition |56 |

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|Publications |59 |

|Books/Chapters |59 |

|Conference Proceedings |63 |

|Refereed/Professional Articles |69 |

|Research Columns |74 |

|Other Works e.g., research and consultancy reports |78 |

|Work in progress |84 |

Ken Haycock

Research Professor of Management and Organization, 2012—

Marshall School of Business

University of Southern California

Professor Emeritus

The University of British Columbia, 2005—

San Jose State University, 2010—

Education

M.B.A. (Human Resources Management), Royal Roads University, 2004

Ed.D. (Administration and Leadership), Brigham Young University, 1991

A.M.L.S. (Library Science), University of Michigan, 1974

M.Ed. (Curriculum and Education Foundations), University of Ottawa, 1973

Dip.Ed. (Education), University of Western Ontario, 1969

B.A. (Political Science), University of Western Ontario, 1968

Special Professional Qualifications

Certified Team Diagnostic and Coach, Team Coaching International, 2012

Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), designation by examination from the Canadian Human Resources Management Association, 2004. Not renewed after 201.

Certified Trainer, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Association for Psychological Type, University of Florida, 1988

British Columbia Professional Teacher’s Certificate, 1976

Ontario Permanent Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate, 1974

Ontario Specialist In School Librarianship Certificate, 1971

Ontario Permanent High School (Teacher’s) Certificate, 1969

Plus several academic administrator certificates for “achievement” in sexual harassment prevention, diversity, legal issues, supervision…

Academic/Professional Experience

Research Professor of Management and Organization, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2012—

Director of graduate programs in Library and Information Management; Developed first Master of Management (MM) in Library and Information Science (LIS), delivered solely online through collaboration with a corporate partner; achieved (2012) recognition for online delivery of the MMLIS program by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC); achieved pre-candidacy (2013) and candidacy (2014) levels of accreditation by the American Library Association

Innovations include a unique disciplinary pedagogy (team-based problem-solving), research and professional applications throughout the program (required each term with employers and consortia, under faculty supervision) and required courses in effective communication for leaders and building influence

Developed Center for Library Leadership and Management for research and service focus and continuing executive education

The University of Southern California is the first major private research institution in more than 30 years to invest in Library and Information Management as a career of the future and to place it academically in a top-ranked business school

Follett Chair in Library and Information Science, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, 2010-2011

“One of only four chairs in library and information science in the country, the Follett Chair is bestowed upon a master researcher and scholar who has achieved renown in the profession, and is endowed through a gift of the Follett Corporation.”

Led faculty in a comprehensive strategic planning process; advised Dean; introduced improvements to doctoral program; taught doctoral seminar

Delivered annual public Follett lecture; published in World Libraries

Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Queensland University of Technology, 2010-2015

Honorary appointment with supervisory rights

Professor and Director, School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, 2005-2010

In 2007, the School was reviewed by the Committee on Accreditation of the American Library Association. In the words of the External Review Panel (ERP):

Under the leadership of the new director, the school has experienced rapid growth in its full-time faculty and staff, has revised and reinvigorated its curriculum, and is planning for new degree programs […] Interviews with faculty, staff, students, and administrators revealed a high level of satisfaction with the program's energy, vision, and new direction. Much of the school's growth is the result of the new director's entrepreneurial use of "special session" funding […]

The current director […] has held or currently holds elected leadership roles in several major professional organizations including the Association for Library and Information Science Education and the American Library Association. He has a doctorate, has published extensively, and is a frequent speaker and trainer on a broad spectrum of issues of importance to the library and information science community. His academic credentials and strong reputation as a leading library educator should put him on an equal footing with any school directors at SJSU or within the CSU System. He has facilitated the pursuit of the school’s mission and program goals and the accomplishment of its program objectives through an extensive strategic planning process involving faculty, staff, students, alumni, and an International Advisory Council (IAC). These same constituencies (less the IAC) are involved in the governance structure of the school through representation on its four governing committees and through participation in and sponsorship of lectures and other events for the SLIS community and beyond.

The ERP was positively impressed by the leadership evidenced by the new director. From all surveyed sectors of the school's community there was virtually unanimous agreement that Dr. Haycock's energetic leadership style, his compassion for students, and his entrepreneurial use of SJSU resources such as special session funding have resulted in a school that is on the cutting edge in terms of student growth, vigorous outreach, and imaginative curricular developments. In these efforts he has been ably assisted by an equally visionary and energetic management team who have assisted him in identifying and harnessing the personnel, resources, etc. associated with rapid and positive change. […] Dr. Haycock is to be commended for leveraging this unique funding opportunity and using it to the school's advantage in such a dramatic way.

• Initiated strategic planning with faculty and staff

• Initiated new graduate program in Archives and Records Administration (MARA)

• Initiated fund development to create endowed awards and scholarships

• Matched graduation to performance-based program competencies

• Developed unique Executive MLIS program

• Recognized as innovative and transformational leader by the Committee on Accreditation External Review Panel report

• Served with four deans in five years

• See: (2008). Building the world’s largest MLIS program (pp. 36-45). Library and Book Trade Almanac: The Bowker Annual. 53rd edition. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

Professor, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1992-2005

Director, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1992-2002

• “With all of this [innovation and expansion of degree programs under Ken Haycock], SLAIS has become an internationally recognized School with innovative programs and exceptional research productivity. The programs have received international awards…”—Bewley, L. in Land, B. A history of Library and Information Science education in Canada. ELAN (special issue, 2004), 18.

• “The University very much appreciates your leadership role as Director of Library, Archival and Information Studies, your vision in the development of the doctoral programme, and your vital role in enhancing the stature and reputation of Library, Archival and Information Studies both nationally and internationally.”—Anne Martin-Matthews, Dean Pro Tem, Faculty of Arts

• “Many thanks for your quiet effective leadership in turning Library, Archival and Information Studies into a new invigorated entity. You have done an extraordinary job.”—Alan Tully, Dean of Arts

• “We commend the program for its … intelligent leadership of a director with substantive vision…”—American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, June, 1999

• “Your efficient organization and friendly concern for students have been a great help to us in [the Faculty of Graduate Studies]. Many thanks.—Laurie Ricou, Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies, The University of British Columbia, 1997/

• Initiated strategic planning with faculty, with regular review of objectives

• Initiated continuing education program on cost recovery basis

• Initiated alumni fund raising, leading to the highest percentage of alumni giving in the University

• Increased endowment from $200,000 to more than a million dollars

• Developed new graduate degree programs in children’s literature, First Nations studies, teacher-librarianship and joint degree in Archival Studies and Library and Information Studies

• Developed doctoral program in Library, Archival and Information Studies with two streams

• Developed research culture, moving from hundreds of dollars a year in grants to millions, with each faculty member holding a research grant in 2002 (final year as director)

• Initiated evening, weekend and summer courses as well as distance education

• Increased student intake with no increase in resources

• Accreditation team pointed specifically to the visionary leadership of a well-known and well-regarded director

• Named to UBC Wesbrook Society for University advancement

• Administrative appointments at UBC are limited to five years, renewable once

Director of Program Services (Director of Instruction), Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board, 1991–1992, 1985–1989

• Member of the senior management team of a $400m public organization

• Responsible for curriculum development and implementation, resources and technologies, staff development and training

• Initiated comprehensive reorganization, establishing a staff development and training division for 6,000 employees in 115 locations

• Developed research-based programs for school assessment and improvement

School Principal (special assignment), Waverley Elementary School, Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board, 1989–1991

• School of 500 students with high English as a second language population

• Instituted shared governance with three unions, faculty, staff, parents and students

• Piloted school evaluation and accreditation for provincial Ministry of Education; the External Review Team specifically noted the strong leadership focused on high expectations, clear goals and shared decision-making

Acting Manager, Elementary/Secondary Education, Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board, 1984–1985

• Named senior official during budget crisis and provincial takeover of school system

• Co-managed district program services during period of transition

Coordinator of Library Services (Supervisor of Instruction/later renamed District Principal), Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board, 1976–1984

• Developed the best-supported and recognized school library program on the continent

• Initiated collaborative program planning and teaching as a district model with comprehensive staff training support

• Portfolio included 110 school libraries, two special libraries and four combined school/public libraries

• Administered district professional, technical and consultative staff and services

Educational Media Consultant K-13, Wellington County (Ontario) Board of Education, 1972–1976

• Renovated more than 30 school libraries

• Instituted ongoing staff training program

Teacher/Department Head, Colonel By Secondary School, Carleton (Ontario) Board of Education, 1970–1972

• Planned a new program and facility for a new school centered around the school library resource centre

• Staff of seven for 750 students

Teacher/Department Head, Glebe Collegiate Institute, Ottawa (Ontario) Collegiate Institute Board, 1969–1970

• Initial professional appointment as department head with four staff

• Initiated collaboration with teachers; doubled circulation of materials in one year

• Renovated facility

Teaching

Areas of special interest and accomplishments

♦ developed graduate program in LIS with management/leadership focus in Marshall School of Business (USC)

♦ initiated Master of Archives and Records Administration (San Jose)

♦ initiated a unique international PhD program in collaboration with Queensland University of Technology (San Jose)

♦ initiated the migration of KidsClick, an internationally recognized search engine and subject directory for young people from the Colorado Department of Education/State Library to SLIS (San Jose)

♦ introduced an Executive MLIS stream as a special program in SLIS; this program is unique in the world (San Jose)

□ developed graduate courses in instructional partnerships (librarian/faculty), intern-based course in issues in corporate librarianship, seminar in research in youth services in public libraries, marketing, teaching in the academy

□ designed graduate course in management with student-written text, process- and problem-based learning through teams and portfolio assessment

□ developed joint M.Ed. in teacher-librarianship (UBC)

□ guided proposal for Ph.D. program through university committees (UBC)

□ special interests: Management and Leadership; Marketing; Governance/Board Development; Staff Development and Training; Organizational Development; Teacher-librarianship

Recent graduate courses taught

LIM 591D: Research and Professional Applications/Focus on Independent Research and Writing: Summer, 2015 (8 students; instructor evaluation 4.0/5.0); Fall, 2015 (5 students; instructor evaluation 4.4/5.0);); Spring 2016 (14 students); Summer, 2016 (revised course).

Graduate Student Advisor: 14 students.

Doctoral seminars and courses at Queensland University of Technology (2008-2011) and Dominican University (2010-2011), including Teaching in the Academy, Writing for Publication, Options for Research Design

Human Resources Management

Information and Society

Management

Leadership

Sample student comments: a high level learning experience; thank you for being so available and supportive; Dr. Haycock continually challenged me to think broader and deeper; he pushed me to do the best; challenging, high expectations; excellent pedagogy; well-organized; stimulating; extensive knowledge; flexible

* Course evaluations typically higher than 4.5 on a 5.0 scale; all evaluations available with student commentary

Courses developed and taught previously

Management of Archives

Introduction to the Information Professions

Issues in Special Librarianship

Instructional Partnerships

Management of Libraries

Human Resources Management

Marketing

Seminar in Research in Youth Services

* Course evaluations consistently higher than 4.0 on a 5.0 scale; all evaluations available with student commentary

Graduate Students Supervised

Was principal supervisor for four PhD students at Queensland University of Technology.

At San Jose State University and the University of British Columbia I was the principal supervisor for approximately 20 graduate students each year. Students were enrolled in: Directed Studies; Collaborative Research; Graduating Paper; Thesis. I also served on doctoral and master’s committees and chaired dissertation and theses defenses for the University. As a senior education manager, I supervised doctoral field experience interns in educational administration (pre-1992).

Visiting Lecturer

Queen’s University Faculty of Education (1974, 1972; Associate Teacher: 1971–1972; 1970–1971)

University of British Columbia Faculty of Education (1997, 1996, 1984, 1980, 1979, 1978, 1977, 1976)

University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies (1982)

University of Toronto Faculty of Education (1975)

University of Toronto Faculty of Library and Information Science (1975)

University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education (1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1974)

Other

Trainer for the American Library Association and “trainer of trainers” for the Canadian Library Association in advocacy, 1998-2005 .

Established and chaired committees to investigate multidisciplinary magistral degrees in children’s literature (instituted), teacher-librarianship (instituted) and museum studies, 1993–2002.

Guest Lecturer: Brigham Young University College of Education (1990); Dalhousie University School of Library Service (1982); Monash University (1986); Queensland University of Technology (2008, 1986); University of Iceland (2007); University of Victoria Faculty of Education (1978, 1977); University of Windsor Faculty of Education (1982)

Scholarly/Professional Activities

Areas of special interest and accomplishments

Education for library and information studies

Organizational leadership and development

Board Governance

Collaboration

Teacher-librarianship

Staff development and training

Research contracts and grants

Public Library InterLINK. 2015. $65,000. For Project LLEAD (Library Leadership Excellence and Development) 2016 January-December: development, implementation, evaluation. Being developed as a model for the USC Libraries Center for Library Leadership and Management.

Institute for Museum and Library Services. 2015. 2016. $50,000. Application for planning grant for leadership development program. Re-application made.

American Library Association, $10,000. 2012.

Juniper Networks, $15,000, 2007.

San Jose State University Faculty Research Grant, $5,000. 2006

Camosun College (British Columbia) Library Review, $20,000, 2006.

Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library Board, Library Legislation Review, $15,000, 2006.

British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Effective Board Governance, $15,000, 2005.

Greater Victoria (British Columbia) Public Library, Review of Youth Services, $10,000, 2005.

City of White Rock (British Columbia), Financial Review of Library Services, $17,000, 2004.

Ontario Library Association, Board Governance and Community Development, $10,000, 2004.

Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library, Human Resources Development, $30,000, 2003.

British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Board Governance and Leadership, $12,600, 2003.

Association of Canadian Publishers, Teacher-librarian Impact, $17,000, 2002.

Stanford University/California State Library, School District and Public Library Collaboration, $17,300, 2001.

School District No. 39 (Vancouver), Role Clarification and Service Delivery, $10,000, 2001.

Cahners, Internet Filtering, $8,500, 2000.

University of British Columbia Hampton Fund, Public Library Management, $16,000, 1999. (with A. Curry)

American Library Association, Graduate Education, $6,200, 1999.

American Library Association, Graduate Education, $186,000, 1998. (committee chair)**

American Association of School Librarians, Implementing National Standards for Information Literacy, $76,500, 1998. (committee chair)**

Industry Canada and the National Literacy Secretariat, Information Literacy and School Libraries, $3,000, 1997.

University of British Columbia, Equity Enhancement, $5,000, 1997. (with J. Saltman)

Council for Canadian Learning Resources, Canadian Learning Resources, $12,000 (Hong Kong Bank of Canada, 1995, $5,000, $5,000, 1996, Blair Family Foundation, $2,000, 1997), 1997.

University of British Columbia/Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Staff Development, $1,531, 1996.

Public Education Foundation (Chattanooga, TN), Information Literacy, $20,150 1996.

Canadian School Library Association, Impact of scheduling on collaboration, $1,000, 1995.

Library Advocacy Now! Canada, Advocacy, $1,000, 1995.

Canadian Library Association, Advocacy, $800, 1995.

Education Enrichment Foundation (Tucson, AZ), Information Literacy, $20,150, 1995.

APPLECorps (Atlanta, GA), Information Literacy, $20,150, 1994.

American Association of School Librarians, Organizational Effectiveness, $7,700, 1994. (committee chair)**

University of British Columbia/ Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Directors of Large Urban Public Libraries, $1,800, 1994.

University of British Columbia/Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Education for Teacher-librarianship, $1,150, 1994.

University of British Columbia/Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Professional and staff development in education, $1,778, 1993.

** The major grant from the American Library Association resulted in several commissioned papers and an invitational Congress on Professional Education in Washington, DC; more than 40 recommendations were approved for implementation by the American Library Association and seven related national associations. Other committee grants were to investigate best practice and develop implementation plans.

Additional Competitive Travel Grants

• received competitive travel grants from the University of British Columbia for presentation of research papers nationally and internationally each year, 1993–2002.

Papers/Presentations/Institutes

* more important

2016

(2016 February). Issues challenging public library CEOs and University Librarians. Presentation to the Project LLEAD (Library Leadership Excellence and Development) monthly council meeting. Vancouver.

(2016 January). Actually achieving change: Strategic school library advocacy. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2016 January). Evaluating your Chief Executive Officer. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

*(2016 January). The power of persuasion: Developing influence at your library, community and provincial levels. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2016 January). Leadership development. Several presentations (self-awareness, leadership, team development, influence) for Project LLEAD (Library Leadership Excellence and Development), Vancouver.

*(2016 January). Educating for leadership and change management. Panel presentation to the annual ALISE Academy at the annual conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Boston, MA.

2015

*(2015 October).  Strategy implementation: People make it happen. Presentation to the Library Leaders Digital Strategy Summit, Monterey, California.

*(2015 October). The future of libraries: Challenges and strategies. Half-Day pre conference workshop. Internet Librarian, Monterey.

(2015 October). The future of libraries: Challenges and strategies. Panel moderator for the keynote panel at the Internet Librarian, Monterey.

*(2015 October). Libraries, achievement, evidence, funding: Connecting the dots. Paper presented to the Internet Librarian conference, Monterey, California.

*(2015 October). Outcomes, values and impact: Framing and defining metrics for library success. Presentation to the institute Outcomes, Values and Impact. University of Southern California Centre for Library Leadership and Management, Los Angeles.

(2015 October). Influencing and storytelling: Tools for metrics and proving return on investment. Presentation to the institute Outcomes, Values and Impact. University of Southern California Centre for Library Leadership and Management, Los Angeles.

(2015 October). The future of libraries: Framing the challenge. Presentation to the Future of Libraries: Ours to Create institute at the University of Toronto Faculty of Information, Toronto.

(2015 October). The future of libraries: The organizational context. Panel moderator at the Future of Libraries: Ours to Create institute at the University of Toronto Faculty of Information, Toronto.

(2015 October). The future of libraries: Making it happen. Presentation to the Future of Libraries: Ours to Create institute at the University of Toronto Faculty of Information, Toronto.

(2015 September). Outcomes, values and impact: Framing and defining metrics for library success. Presentation to the Outcomes, Values and Impact institute, Vancouver.

(2015 September). Influencing and storytelling: Tools for metrics and proving return on investment. Presentation to the Outcomes, Values and Impact institute, Vancouver.

(2015 March). Self-awareness: The foundation of leadership. Presentation to Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute, Calgary, Alberta.

(2015 March). Effective networking for career success. Presentation to Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute, Calgary, Alberta.

*(2015 March). Mentoring: The critical basics. Day-long presentation to mentors for the Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute, Calgary, Alberta.

(2015 March). Senior library leadership: Current dilemmas. Presentation to the (Toronto) Library Leadership Development Council, Brantford, Ontario.

(2015 February). The future of libraries: Framing the challenge. Keynote address to the Future of Libraries Institute, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

(2015 February). Effective board governance: Insights from the research. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2015 February). Becoming your own best advocate. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2015 February). The future of libraries: Issues and challenges. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto. See summary and interview: Charbonneau, L. (2015 April 01). University libraries face uncertain future in a crowded information marketplace. Retrieved from

(2015 January). & Otero-Boivert, M., Romaniuk, MJ, & Stenstrom, C. From research to practice: Transforming LIS professionals to self-confident leaders. Juried panel presentation to the annual conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, Chicago.

(2015 January). School library advocacy. Taped interview/presentation (Week 2 Lecture) for LA101x Library Advocacy Unshushed, a MOOC sponsored by the University of Toronto. See:

(2015 January). On Delegations. Taped interview/presentation (Week 6 Lecture) for LA101x Library Advocacy Unshushed, a MOOC sponsored by the University of Toronto. See:

(2015 January). Influencing and Relationships: Learning from Research. Taped interview/presentation (Week 3 Lecture) for LA101x Library Advocacy Unshushed, a MOOC sponsored by the University of Toronto. See:

2014

(2014 October). Strategy implementation: People make it happen. Presentation to the Library Leaders Digital Strategy Summit: For Leading-Edge Thinkers, Monterey, California.

(2014 October). The future of libraries: Challenges and strategies. Chair of the keynote reactor panel for the annual Internet Librarian conference, Monterey, California.

(2014 June). Critical issues for senior public library leaders. Presentation to the annual meeting of the Canadian Urban Libraries Council, Victoria, British Columbia.

(2014 June). The power of persuasion: Developing influence to become your own best advocate. Half day preconference presentation for the annual conference of the American Library Association, Las Vegas.

(2014 June). Breakfast with Dr. Ken Haycock: What you need to know to realize success. Presentation to the Consultant’s Section of the Special Libraries Association, Vancouver.

(2014 June). Career awareness, career planning, career development: Transitioning in life and work. Presentation to the Management and Leadership Division of the Special Libraries Association, Vancouver.

(2014 May). The Future of Libraries: Do we have five years to survive? Co-organizer of two day institute for CEOs and senior staff. Toronto. Keynote address on Framing the challenge and Findings, conclusions and next steps.

(2014 May). Metrics: What are the key success factors? Presentation given at the Defining New Metrics for Library Success institute, University of Toronto iSchool Institute, Toronto.

(2014 April). The Future of Libraries Survival Summit. Co-facilitator of two day institute during the annual conference of Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC. Presentation on Choosing our futures.

*(2014 January). Standards for Accreditation of Master’s Programs In Library and Information Studies 2008: Proposals for Revision. Paper given at the annual meeting of the Council of Deans, Directors and Program Chairs of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, Philadelphia.

2013

(2013 November). The Future of Libraries: Do we have five years to survive? Co-organizer of two day institute for CEOs and senior staff. Vancouver. Keynote address on Framing the challenge and Findings, conclusions and next steps.

*(2013 August). Becoming your own best advocate: Using the research of influence and persuasion. Paper given at the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Sanur, Indonesia.

(2013 July). Academic libraries: Projections for the future. Snezek Library Leadership Institute, sponsored by the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities, Santa Barbara, California.

*(2013 June). Commencement address on occasion of being awarded the Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.) Honoris Causa, Capilano University, 2013. See:

(2013 May). Building your career: Transferability of your MLIS degree. Presentation to the IE (Inland Empire) LEADS (Librarians Educated o Advance Diversity and Services) faculty and graduates at the University of California, Riverside.

(2013 April). Ten questions boards need to ask. Presentation to the Fraser Valley Regional Library Board [seventeen elected politicians}, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

(2013 April). Blue skies and the future of public libraries. Presentation to the Fraser Valley Regional Library Board [seventeen elected politicians], Abbotsford, British Columbia.

(2013 January). Evidence-based advocacy. Panel presentation to the Advocacy Institute at the midwinter meetings of the American Library Association, Seattle.

(2013 January). The role of the Board chair: Leadership with accountability. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2013 January). Redefining urban librarianship: Core competencies for newer professionals. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2013 January). Selecting your CEO: The million dollar decision. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2013 January). Trustee boot-camp. Pre-conference one day workshop for the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

2012

(2012 October). Libraries 2020: Influencing digital strategy implementation. Presentation to the Library Directors’ Digital Strategy Summit, Monterey, California.

(2012 September). Influence at work: The power of persuasion. Public lecture at the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta. See:

(2012 September). Governance as leadership: Critical elements for an engaged board. Presentation to the Board of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Critical issues for public libraries: Impact. Presentation to managers of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Critical issues for public libraries: Roles. Presentation to managers of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Critical issues for public libraries: Resources. Presentation to managers of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Working in teams: Designing for success. Presentation to managers of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Performance management: Redefining supervision and coaching. Presentation to Human Resources specialists of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 September). Strategic human resources management: Current issues. Presentation to Human Resources specialists of the Edmonton Public Library, Alberta.

(2012 July). Seeing your career from the outside, in. Panel presentation to the annual conference of the SLA/Special Libraries Association, Chicago.

(2012 April). Getting your politician’s attention: Factors affecting the funding decisions for elected politicians. Presentation to the joint conference of the Library Association of Alberta and the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association, Jasper, Alberta.

*(2012 April). Trustee boot-camp. Pre-conference one day workshop for the joint conference of the Library Association of Alberta and the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association, Jasper, Alberta.

(2012 April). Professional socialization and trendspotting: Three day conference-based institute for LIS graduate students at the University of Alberta. Jasper, Alberta.

(2012 February). Working in teams: Achieving results. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2012 February). Building relationships to build influence. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2012 February). Effective mentoring. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2012 February). Critical self-awareness: Finding Your Strengths and Knowing Yourself. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2012 February). Professional networking. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2012 February). Succession planning, replacement planning or succession management. Paper given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2012 February). Organizational structures: Does form follow function? Paper given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

2011

*(2011 June). Advocacy and influence: The relationship is the message. Presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia. With Cheryl Stenstrom.

(2011 May). Looking back for values and traditions, Looking Forward for new opportunities and growth. Convocation address to the annual convocation of the School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, San Jose, California.

*(2011 April). Public library funding in the political arena: New insights into decision making about your budget. Presented at the British Columbia Library Association Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada. With Stephanie Hall and Cheryl Stenstrom. Available:

(2011 February). The Deans’ panel: Trends in LIS Education. Moderator for panel presentation at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2011 February). Effective governance for new and returning trustees. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2011 February). Getting your politician’s attention. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto. With Stephanie Hall and Cheryl Stenstrom.

(2011 February). Leadership 2011. Presentation to at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2011 February). Selecting the CEO: Your million-dollar responsibility. Presentation to at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

2010

(2010 December). Effective mentoring. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2010 December). Critical self-awareness: Finding Your Strengths and Knowing Yourself. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2010 December). Professional networking. Presentation to the national Northern Exposure to Leadership institute, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2010 June). Leadership and influence: Building capacity for change. Keynote address to the annual conference of the SLA, Solo Librarians Division, New Orleans.

*(2010 April). Making it happen; Getting things done. Keynote address to the annual conference of CIL (Computers in Libraries/Information Today), Washington DC.

(2009 March). Managing staff transitions: Directors’ panel. Paper presented to the Innovative Interfaces industry conference for public library directors, Berkeley, California.

(2010 March). Effective meetings: Is there a better way? (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2010 February). The future of libraries is now: The Deans’ panel. Panel moderator at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

*(2010 February). Back to the future: School library trends and issues over time. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2010 February). Succession planning …isn't… Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2010 February). Leadership 2010. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2010 February). Advocacy revisited: Newer insights based on research and evidence. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2010 February). New directions in graduate education. Panel moderator at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

2009

(2009 December). Selecting the CEO: Your million dollar responsibility (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

*(2009 November). Ten mistakes that boards make (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2009 October). Advocacy: Building influence for change. Paper presented for the Fall colloquium series of the San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science.

2008

(2008 May). Strategic frameworks: Direction and accountability (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2008 April). Strategic frameworks: Strategic planning (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2008 March). Strategic frameworks: Mission, vision, values (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2008 February). Strategic frameworks: Planning for planning (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

*(2008 February). School libraries: Looking at today, while preparing for tomorrow—The evidence, the issues, the dilemmas. Keynote presentation to the annual conference of the Hawaiian Association of School Librarians, Honolulu.

(2008 January). Evaluating the effectiveness of a library board. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2008 January). Leadership 2008. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2008 January). Advocacy: New views for developing a powerful program. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

*(2008 January). New designs for academic leadership. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Council of Deans and Directors, Association for Library and Information Science Education.

2007

(2007 November). Financial literacy: The budget as an advocacy tool (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2007 November). Financial literacy: Budget planning and preparation (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2007 October). Library School 2.0 panel. Panel presentation to the annual conference of the California Library Association, Long Beach.

(2007 October). New views on advocacy: Insights for Commissioners. Presentation to the San Jose (California) Public Library Advisory Commission.

(2007 May). Effective governance and high performing boards. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2007 May). The Board chair and the CEO: Shared leadership for board development. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

*(2007 March). 21st century librarianship: New clients, new tools, new attitudes. Paper presented to the national symposium on the future of librarianship. Sponsored by the National Library of Iceland and the University of Iceland, Reykjavik.

*(2007 February). One size does not fit all: Graduate education in North America. Paper presented to the biennial conference of FORO, the Transborder Library Forum, Tempe, AZ.

(2007 February). Leadership by design: Expert panel moderator. Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2007 January). Tackling the dragon: Leadership development and you. Keynote address to the leadership summit of the Special Libraries Association, Reno, Nevada.

(2007 January). Annual reports: How to do them right. (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2007 January). Advocacy: developing a powerful new vision. Santa Clara County Library Commissioners Forum. Los Gatos, CA.

2006

(2006 December). Succession [planning… isn’t. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 November). Evaluating the library board. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 November). Financial literacy: Document analysis (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 October). Evaluating the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 September). Selecting your CEO: Your million dollar responsibility. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 September). An evening with Ken Haycock. Presentation to the membership of the Special Libraries Association Bay Region Chapter, San Francisco, CA.

*(2006 June). Graduate education for Library and Information Science Education in Canada. Paper presented at the President’s Forum in Education for Librarianship in Europe and North America at the annual conference of the American Library Association, New Orleans.

(2006 June). Family literacy. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Ottawa.

(2006 June). Exceptional board governance. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Ottawa.

(2006 June). Developing leaders. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Special Libraries Association, Baltimore.

(2006 May). Community development: The leadership role of the library board (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 May). Information literacy: Building capacity among academic librarians. Keynote speaker and facilitator for five day institute funded by Unesco and sponsored by the World Bank, Hanoi, Vietnam.

(2006 April). Strategic planning (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 April). What works: Best practices to ensure achievement. A one day workshop for teachers and teacher-librarians in Washington state. Port Townsend, Washington.

(2006 April). Lonely at the top: The chair as a community and board leader. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association, Jasper, Alberta.

(2006 April). Strategic planning. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Alberta Library Association, Jasper, Alberta.

(2006 April). Board effectiveness. Presentation to the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Burnaby.

(2006 April). Lonely at the top: The chair as a community and board leader. Presentation to the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Burnaby.

(2006 April). Collaboration: Connecting research and practice. Presentation to the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Association, Burnaby.

(2006 March). Effective meetings (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 March). Lonely at the top? The board chair as community and board leader (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2006 March). Behind the politics: Knowing what makes your legislators tick helps your talk. Presentation to the pre-conference workshop of the Council of California County Law Librarians, Sacramento.

(2006 February). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP): A one day institute for public library trustees in British Columbia. Richmond, British Columbia.

(2006 February). Effective board governance: Overview. (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

*(2006 February). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP): A three day institute for trainers in board governance for public library trustees in British Columbia. Richmond, British Columbia.

(2006 February). Advocacy: New views for developing a powerful advocacy program. Spotlight speaker for the Ontario Library Boards’ Association; presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

*(2006 February). Lonely at the Top? The board chair as community and board leader. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2006 January). Facilitator. Forum on Education. The President’s Program at the annual Midwinter meetings of the American Library Association, San Antonio.

(2006 January). Marketing a professional association. Presentation to the Part-time and Adjunct Faculty Special Interest Group of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, San Antonio.

2005

(2005 December). Annual reports: How to do them right. (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2005 November). School libraries and student achievement: The evidence, the issues, the dilemmas. Presentation to the annual conference of the California School Library Association, Ontario.

(2005 November). Effective board governance: Overview. (audioconference, offered twice). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

(2005 November). The future of children’s librarianship and the implications for graduate education. Presentation to the annual retreat of the youth services coordinators of the Silicon Valley Library System. Mountain View, CA.

(2005 October). Leadership and leadership styles. Full-day workshop for emerging library leaders and mentors, Northern Exposure to Leadership, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2005 October). Ethics. Half-day workshop for emerging library leaders and mentors, Northern Exposure to Leadership, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2005 October). Advocacy. Half-day workshop for emerging library leaders and mentors, Northern Exposure to Leadership, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2005 September). Teacher-librarians: Connecting student achievement, literacy and culture. Speech to the annual professional development conference of the Okanagan-Skaha School District, Penticton, British Columbia.

(2005 September). Collaboration: Developing school culture and instructional partnerships. Presentation to the annual professional development conference of the Okanagan-Skaha School District, Penticton, British Columbia.

(2005 September). Translating research into practice: Best practice and effective advocacy. Presentation and workshop (half-day) for the annual professional development conference of the Okanagan-Skaha School District, Penticton, British Columbia.

(2005 June). So you want to be/hire a chief librarian. Panel presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Edmonton, Alberta.

(2005 April). Effective hoard governance. Presentation to the annual joint conference of the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association and the Library Association of Alberta. Jasper, AB.

(2005 April). Community development: What business is your library in? Paper presented to the Beyond Hope: Strengthening Libraries in Northern British Columbia biennial conference. Prince George, British Columbia.

(2005 April). Libraries and community development. Presentation to the annual joint conference of the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association and the Library Association of Alberta. Jasper, AB.

(2005 April). Library leadership: Practical suggestions. Panel presentation at the Beyond Hope: Strengthening Libraries in Northern British Columbia biennial conference. Prince George, British Columbia.

(2005 April). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to trustees in northern British Columbia. British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association. Prince George, British Columbia.

(2005 April). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to library trustees at the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association. Burnaby, British Columbia.

(2005 April). Selecting the CEO. National teleconference for the Education Institute, a partnership of five provincial library associations.

(2005. April). Community development through board effectiveness. One day presentation for the Edmonton Public Library Board. Edmonton, AB.

(2005. April). Community development through board effectiveness. One day presentation for the Fort McMurray Public Library Board. Fort McMurray, AB.

(2005 April). Beyond Hope: Strengthening Libraries in Northern British Columbia. Keynote address to the Beyond Hope: Strengthening Libraries in Northern British Columbia biennial conference. Prince George, British Columbia.

(2005 March). Community development through board effectiveness. One day presentation for the Coquitlam Public Library Board. Coquitlam, British Columbia.

(2005 March). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to library trustees in the Lower Mainland. North Vancouver

(2005 March). Board effectiveness. (audioconference). Presentation for the Education Institute/The Partnership, Toronto.

*(2005 February). Trustee effectiveness: A case study. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association. Toronto, Ontario.

(2005 February). Overdue: The Executive MLIS Program. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association. Toronto, Ontario.

(2005 February). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to library trustees at the Powell Rover Public Library. Powell River, British Columbia.

*(2005 February). Selecting professional and support staff: Predictors of success. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association. Toronto, Ontario.

2004

(2004 November). Managing your career path. Panel presentation for the BC Library Association. Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2004 October). Connecting literacy, learning and student achievement. Keynote address to the annual conference of the BC Teacher-librarians’ Association. Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2004 July). Connecting best practice with literacy and student achievement: The case of, and for, school libraries and “teacher-librarians”. Sponsored by Greece Central School District. Fourth annual standards institute, Rochester, NY.

(2004 July). Collaboration: Because student achievement is the bottom line. Sponsored by Greece Central School District. Fourth annual standards institute, Rochester, NY.

(2004 June). Information literacy. Panel presentation for the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(2004 June). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to the annual conference of the BC Library Trustees’ Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(2004 June). Library directors and trustees: Partners. One day workshop (with Marty Hale) sponsored by the American Library Association, Association of Library Trustees and Advocates and the Public Library Association. Orlando, FL.

*(2004 June). The crisis in school libraries: By accident or design? Paper presented to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Victoria, BC.

(2004 May). Improving student achievement: The case for school libraries and teacher-librarians. Presentation to four Boards of Cooperative Education Services administrators and librarians over five days. Utica, New York.

*(2004 May). Connecting literacy, learning and student achievement. Keynote address to the annual administrators’ conferences of five New York Boards of Cooperative Education Services: Franklin Essex Hamilton, Lake Placid, NY; Jefferson Lewis, Watertown, NY; Schuyler Chemung Tioga, Elmira, NY; Oneida Herkimer, Utica, NY.

(2004 May). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to library trustees at the Pouce Coupe Public Library. Pouce Coupe, British Columbia.

(2004 May). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). One day presentation to library trustees in the Kootenays. Fernie, British Columbia.

(2004 May). Selecting Your CEO: Your Most Expensive Decision. Presentation to the Alberta Library Conference. Jasper, Alberta.

(2004 May). Best practices for improved student learning. Presentations over five days to the annual school library media conferences of five New York Boards of Cooperative Education Services: Franklin Essex Hamilton, Lake Placid, NY; Jefferson Lewis, Watertown, NY; Schuyler Chemung Tioga, Elmira, NY; Oneida Herkimer, Utica, NY.

(2004 May). Community Development. Part 1: Redefining Library Boards for Dynamic Communities. Part 2: Redefining Library Boards: Becoming a Player. Presentations to the Alberta Library Conference. Jasper, Alberta.

(2004 April). Selecting your CEO: Your most expensive decision. Presentation to the annual joint conference of the Alberta Library Trustees’ Association and the Library Association of Alberta. Jasper, AB.

(2004 March). Developing literacy in Vancouver’s inner city. Presentation to the Rotary Club for Vancouver Quadra, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2004 March). Strategic planning: Key factors for Board success. Presentation to the Fraser Valley Regional Library Board, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

*(2004 March). Library and information science education in North America: Bridging the gap between education and practice. Paper presented to the Luminary Lecture @ Your Library international videoconference sponsored by the Library of Congress. Western site: San Jose, California.

(2004 February). Marketing British Columbia’s school libraries. Paper presented to association presidents and representatives and senior library and community leaders, Vancouver, British Columbia. With three graduate students.

(2004 February). School libraries, supporting learning—moving the agenda forward. Two presentations to the provincial invitational conference of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. Federation of Labour, Richmond, British Columbia.

(2004 February). Building inclusive education. Panel presentation to the provincial invitational conference of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. Federation of Labour, Richmond, British Columbia.

(2004 February). New designs for effective board governance. Presentation to the Executive Board of the British Columbia Library Trustees Association, North Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2004 January). The crisis in Canada’s school libraries: The case for reform and re-investment. Presentation to the Vancouver Public Library Literacy Day program, with National Librarian Roch Carrier. Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2004 January). New views on advocacy: Moving the agenda forward. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

*(2004 January). School libraries: The case for reform and re-investment. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(2004 January). Selecting the CEO: Your million dollar responsibility. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(2004 January). Library board development: What every CEO should know. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(2004 January). Redefining library boards for community development: Community development. Presentation to the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

2003

(2003 November). Designs for effective advocacy for British Columbia’s school libraries. Presentation to association presidents and representatives and senior library and community leaders, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2003 November) Community development: Roles and responsibilities. Presentation to the Rotary Club for West Vancouver Sunrise. West Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2003 November). From outputs to outcomes: Evaluating public library impact on community. Teleconference presentation to several sites in Ontario and other provinces for the Ontario Library Boards Association.

(2003 October). Executive team building. Two day workshop for the senior exempt leadership team of the Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Abbotsford, British Columbia.

(2003 October). The Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). Full day workshop sponsored by the British Columbia Library Trustees Association for the Prince George Public Library Board and trustees in the interior of British Columbia, Prince George, British Columbia.

(2003 October). Community development: What it is and how to make it happen. Teleconference presentation to several sites in Ontario and other provinces for the Ontario Library Boards Association.

(2003 October). Collaboration: Because student achievement is the bottom line. Half-day workshop presented at the biennial conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Kansas City, Missouri.

(2003 October). Student achievement: It just doesn’t cut it. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Kansas City, Missouri.

(2003 September). Effective board governance: Roles and relationships. Teleconference presentation to several sites in Ontario and other provinces for the Ontario Library Boards Association.

*(2003 August). The case for a coalition for BC school libraries. Presentation to association presidents and representatives and senior library and community leaders. Vancouver, British Columbia.

(2003 July). School libraries: The case for reform and re-investment. Paper presented to the summer institute sponsored by the University of Victoria and Canadian School Library Association. Victoria, British Columbia.

(2003 June). What they didn’t teach you in library school: How to be politically savvy. Panel presentation to the joint annual conference of the American and Canadian Library Associations, Toronto, Ontario.

(2003 June). Redefining the library board for dynamic communities. Full day presentation to the joint annual conference of the American and Canadian Library Associations, Toronto, Ontario.

(2003 June). The potent connection: School libraries and student achievement. Paper presented to the National School Library Summit sponsored by the National Library, Ottawa, Ontario.

(2003 May). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP). Full-day training session at the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.

(2003 May). Leaders for today and tomorrow: Valuing the past, acknowledging the present, poised for the future. Keynote addresses to the graduating classes of the San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science at San Jose and Fullerton, California.

(2003 May). Community development. Paper presented to the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Association, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.

(2003 April). Redefining library boards for community development. Teleconference presentation to several sites in Ontario and other provinces for the Ontario Library Boards Association.

(2003 April). School library advocacy. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Texas Library Association, Houston, Texas.

(2003 March). Teacher-librarians: Connecting student achievement, literacy and culture, Keynote address to the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and Saskatchewan School Library Association, Saskatoon.

*(2003 March). Reconfiguring school libraries and teacher-librarians for maximum impact: How to get more for your dollar. Special presentation for educational decision-makers at the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and Saskatchewan School Library Association, Saskatoon.

(2003 February). Marketing British Columbia’s school libraries. Paper presented to association presidents and representatives and senior library and community leaders, Vancouver, British Columbia. With three graduate students.

(2003 January) Redefining the Library Board for Dynamic Communities. Preconference program for the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association. Designed and developed by Ken Haycock.

2002

(2002 December). Redefining the Library Board for Dynamic Communities. Full day presentation for the Louisiana State Library. Cedar Creek, Louisiana.

(2002 December). Collaboration for student achievement. One day institute. East Baton Rouge (LA) Parish Schools.

(2002 December). Redefining the Library Board for Dynamic Communities. Full day presentation for the Louisiana State Library. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.—“Professionally, your work is outstanding. Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed your sense of humor, your charm and your candor. Your presentations were our best ever!” Gretchen Fairbanks, Library Consultant, State Library of Louisiana.

(2002 November) Trends and issues in public library leadership and services Presentation to the staff of the Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. [Two Presentations]

(2002 November). The library board in community development. Two day Leadership Forum for the Ontario Library Trustees’ Association.—“I can’t thank you enough for a truly exceptional presentation.” Peter Rogers, President, Ontario Library Trustees’ Association

(2002 October). Research in teacher-librarianship: Implications for evidenced-based practice and future research. Guest lecture to the UBC Faculty of Education Department of Language and Literacy Education LLED 508: Review of Educational Research class.

(2002 June). Public library branch managers: Perceptions of exemplary characteristics. Presentation to the annual conference of the B.C. Library Trustees’ Association, Nelson, British Columbia.

(2002 June). Selecting your director: Working in partnership with an executive search firm. Presentation to the annual conference of the B.C. Library Trustees’ Association, Nelson, British Columbia.

(2002 May). Teambuilding: Principles and practices for effectiveness. Presentation to the annual conference of the B.C. Library Trustees’ Association, Nelson, British Columbia.

*(2002 April). Open your eyes: Board leadership in your library’s future. Half-day presentation for the Ontario Library Trustees’ Association. Videoconference from UBC with sites in eight Ontario cities.—“Ken’s personality, presentation and message had everybody present buzzing and plunged OLTA Council into new waters…His vision became the focal point of a new strategic direction…a new mission statement and…even a new name…Ken’s proposition that libraries are in the community development business meant that we needed to review everything that we did as an association…”—InsideOLTA 8 (Autumn, 2002), 1-2.

(2002 March). School libraries and teacher-librarians: Past performance and future promise. Presentation to the Vancouver (British Columbia) Friends of the Library, Vancouver.

*(2002 March). Exemplary public library branch managers: Their characteristics and effectiveness. Paper presented to the biennial conference of the Public Library Association, Phoenix, AZ.

(2002 February). Leadership styles. Workshops for Northern Exposure to Leadership, a national invitational library leadership institute for emerging leaders. Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(2002 January). Collaborative program planning and teaching. Three day institute for the Houston/Clear Lake (Texas) Regional Education Service Centre.

2001

*(2001 October). Building collaborative learning communities in information technology. Alberta Learning Edmonton Regional Consortium and the University of Alberta. Edmonton.

*(2001 October). Connecting teacher-librarians to student achievement: Lessons for senior education officials. Presentation to the Sri Lankan delegation of senior officials of the Ministry of Education, Burnaby, British Columbia.

(2001 October). Reinventing your library: Meeting information and communications technologies outcomes. Alberta Learning Edmonton Regional Consortium and the University of Alberta. Edmonton.

*(2001 September). Public library and school district cooperation, collaboration and collocation. Half-day presentation for the California State Library. Videoconference from UBC with sites in Nevada City, Sacramento, Salinas, and San Luis Obispo, California. Videotaped for future use by the California State Library.

*(2001 July). Inspiring connections: Learning, libraries and literacy. Keynote address to the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Auckland, New Zealand. (Presentation sponsored by the National Library of New Zealand)

(2001 June). Leading from the center: Connecting research to best practice. Keynote address to the annual conference of the Western Australia School Library Association/Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia. Perth, Australia.

(2001 June). Learning environments: Planning, changing and remodeling to achieve and enhance student outcomes (panel). Presentation to the annual conference of the Western Australia School Library Association/Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia. Perth, Australia.

(2001 June). Collaboration revisited: Enablers and impairments. Workshop for the annual conference of the Western Australia School Library Association/Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia. Perth, Australia.

(2001 March). Advocacy, action, results. Full day preconference institute for the Texas Library Association, San Antonio.

(2001 March). Collaboration, leadership and technology: Intersections of best practice for student achievement. Keynote presentation to the annual conference of the Iowa Educational Media Association, Des Moines.

(2001 March). Collaboration: Leading from the center. Workshop for the annual conference of the Iowa Educational Media Association, Des Moines.

(2001 March). Issues and trends: A conversation with Ken Haycock. Presentation to the annual conference of the Iowa Educational Media Association, Des Moines.

(2001 March). & Freedman, M. Battle of the ALA-mo. Debate for candidates for president of the American Library Association. Session at the annual conference of the Texas Library Association, San Antonio.

(2001 March). Towards quality customer service. Keynote address to From Papyrus to Paperless: An international conference for students in the information professions, sponsored by the graduate students of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

(2001 March). Public library and school district cooperation, collaboration and collocation. Full day presentation for the Stanford University-California State Library Institute for 21st Century Librarianship, Oakland, CA.

*(2001 March). Public library and school district cooperation, collaboration and collocation. Full day presentation for the Stanford University-California State Library Institute for 21st Century Librarianship, Sacramento, CA.

(2001 February). Public library leadership: Leading from the middle. Paper presented at the 100th annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

*(2001 February). Leadership and innovation. 100th Anniversary Spotlight Speaker at the 100th annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2001 February). Public library and school district cooperation, collaboration and collocation. Full day presentation for the Stanford University-California State Library Institute for 21st Century Librarianship, Pasadena, CA.

(2001 February). Public library and school district cooperation, collaboration and collocation. Full day presentation for the Stanford University-California State Library Institute for 21st Century Librarianship, San Diego, CA.

(2001 January). Collaborative program planning and teaching. Two day workshop for the Greater Victoria School District #61, Victoria.

2000

(2000 November). Professional issues in continuing education. Panel chair and moderator for the Second (North American) Congress on Professional Education, Chicago.

(2000 November). Professional issues in continuing education. Panel chair and moderator for the Second Congress on Professional Education, Chicago.

(2000 August). Guidelines for Library and Information Studies Education. Panel chair for the IFLA Section on Education and Training at the annual conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.

(2000 August). Assessing Outcomes for Professionals in University and Research Libraries. Panel presentation to the IFLA Section on University Libraries and Other Research Libraries at the annual conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.

(2000 August). Blocking access to information and ideas: The use of Internet filtering software and levels of satisfaction in North America. Paper presented to the annual research forum of the International Association of School Librarianship, August 04-11, 2000, Malmo, Sweden. 30 pp.

(2000 June. Public library leadership: Competencies, attributes and succession planning. Panel presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association/Canadian Association of Public Libraries, Edmonton.

(2000 June). Issues and trends in library and information services in Canada, 1995-1999. Panel presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association/Canadian Library Trustees’ Association, Edmonton.

(2000 June). Principles and practices for effective school library media programs. Invited lecture to the Southern Connecticut State University School of Library Science and Instructional Technology, New Haven, CT.

(2000 June). Information literacy. Invited lecture to the Southern Connecticut State University School of Library Science and Instructional Technology, New Haven, CT.

*(2000 June). Leadership, technology and flexible learning environments. Invited lecture to the Southern Connecticut State University School of Library Science and Instructional Technology, New Haven, CT.

(2000 June). Collaborative planning and teaching: The key to affecting student achievement. Invited lecture to the Southern Connecticut State University School of Library Science and Instructional Technology, New Haven, CT.

(2000 May). Assisting students: A dialogue on the role of school and public libraries. Panel presentation at the 2nd annual Vancouver Public Library all staff conference.

*(2000 May). Celebrating excellence: The challenge continues. Keynote speech to the first joint conference of the British Columbia Library Association, British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association, Pacific Northwest Library Association, Kelowna.

(2000 April). Collaboration: Leading from the middle. Presentation to the annual conference of the Texas Library Association, Houston.

(2000 March). Advocacy and program development: Lessons learned. Presentation to the annual conference of the Alberta Computer Council and the Alberta Learning Resources Council.

(2000 March). Criteria for effective school library media programs. Half day workshop for the Calgary Board of Education Collaborative Learning Community.

(2000 March). Leading from the centre: Redefining and Refocusing support for student learning. Keynote address to the annual conference of the Alberta Computer Council and the Alberta Learning Resources Council.

(2000 February). Future leadership in public libraries. Panel plenary presentation at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2000 February). Exemplary public library branch managers: Who are they? How are they different from you and me? Paper presented at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

(2000 February). Future leadership in public libraries. Panel plenary presentation at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto.

1999

*(1999 December). Reflective practice: Library and information studies education for the future. Keynote address to an invitational seminar representing heads of school of all library and information studies programs in Australia, University of South Australia, Adelaide.

*(1999 December). What all librarians can learn from teacher-librarians: Information literacy as a key connector for all libraries. Keynote speaker at the fourth national information literacy conference sponsored by the Australian Library and Information Association and the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

*(1999 November). & Cavill, P. Connecting marketing and implementation research and library program development: A case study of the implementation of national (U.S.) guidelines and standards. Paper presented at the third annual forum on research in school librarianship, sponsored by the International Association of School Librarianship, at the joint conference of the American Association of School Librarians and the International Association of School Librarianship.

(1999 November). Future competencies for library media specialists. Presentation to the ALA/AASL/NCATE university program portfolio reviewers, Birmingham, Alabama.

(1999 October). Leading from the centre: Integrating leadership, technology and research to improve student learning. Keynote address to the annual conference of the B.C. Teacher-librarians’ Association, Silver Star.

(1999 July). Technology and education. Keynote address to the annual conference on the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, Vancouver.

(1999 June). & Cavill, P. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day workshop presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Toronto.

(1999 June). & Cavill, P. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day trainer of trainers program presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Toronto.

(1999 June). Information literacy: Translating K-12 research to colleges and universities. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Toronto. Sponsored by the Canadian Association of College and University Libraries.

(1999 April). Research in information literacy: Lessons from the K-12 sector. Paper presented to the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Association, Richmond, British Columbia.

(1999 March). Technology, education and student learning. Brief prepared and presented on behalf of the B.C. School Trustees Association to the B.C. Ministry of Education, Vancouver.

(1999 February). Towards a national congress on graduate professional education. Presentation to the Council of the American Library Association. Philadelphia.

(1999 February). Leadership styles. Workshops for Northern Exposure to Leadership, a national invitational library leadership institute for emerging leaders. Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(1999 February). Technology, teaching and learning (panel member). British Columbia Teachers’ Federation public education conference, Richmond.

(1999 January). Designing education for library and information professionals (panel member). Association for Library and Information Science Education, Philadelphia.

1998

(1998 December). Building community partnerships. UBC Faculty of Arts research retreat.

(1998 November). Information power: Building partnerships for learning. Keynote address to the California School Library Association annual conference, Oakland.

(1998 September). Making the board functional. Presentation to the annual divisional leadership institute of the American Library Association, Chicago, IL.

*(1998 August). The research base for the connection between school librarians and student achievement. Half day workshop presented at the American Association of School Librarians national trainer of trainers institute for the implementation of national guidelines and standards, Chicago, IL.

(1998 August). Implementation of change. Half day workshop presented at the American Association of School Librarians national trainer of trainers institute for the implementation of national guidelines and standards, Chicago, IL.

*(1998 August). Advocacy. Half day workshop presented at the American Association of School Librarians national trainer of trainers institute for the implementation of national guidelines and standards, Chicago, IL.

(1998 July). The politics of education in B.C.: Some basic concepts. Lecture presented for the University of British Columbia Department of Educational Studies EDUC 420: School Organization in its Social Context, Vancouver, British Columbia.

*(1998 July). Leadership through research and evidence. Keynote address to the fifth annual International Library Automation conference, sponsored by the Winnebago Software Corporation, Lacrosse, WI.

*(1998 July). Student information-seeking behaviors: Information literacy models. Two day leadership institute for the Washington Library Media Association Leavenworth, WA.

(1998 July). Information literacy: The social context (panel chair). Panel at the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

*(1998 July). Students’ information literacy needs: Competencies for teacher-librarians in the twenty-first century. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

(1998 June). & Cavill, P. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day workshop presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1998 June). & Cavill, P. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day trainer of trainers program presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

*(1998 May). Reinventing school libraries: Tying research to effective practice. Keynote address to the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada annual conference, Charlottetown.

(1998 April). TALL (Texas Accelerated Library Leaders) Texans Invitational Leadership Institute (guest mentor), Harambe Oaks, Fischer, Texas.

(1998 April). Building a positive collaborative work environment to enhance student achievement. Half-day presentation/workshop for school principals, school library media specialists and district administrators, Austin, TX.

(1998 April). Building a positive collaborative work environment to enhance student achievement. Half-day presentation/workshop for school principals, school library media specialists and district administrators, Round Rock, TX.

(1998 April). Leading from the center: Using research and evidence for advocacy for school library media programs (feature presentation). Texas Library Association, San Antonio, TX.

*(1998 March). Thinking big: Connecting with others to advance our agenda. Keynote address to the Hawaii Association of School Librarians, Honolulu HI.

(1998 March). & F. Dodd. Trends and issues in library and information services: The Canadian scene. Colloquium presentation at the University of British Columbia/SLAIS, Vancouver.

(1998 March). Library education programs: Directions in the new millennium. Presentation to the University of Hawaii Department of Information and Computer Science, Honolulu.

(1998 February). Schools and technology: Designs for the future. Presentation to the school board and senior administrators of the Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas.

(1998 February). Current research in curriculum implementation, staff development and school-based management: Implications for school system service delivery. Presentation to the Education Services Group of the Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas.

(1998 February). Building school capacity for improvement through collaborative work environments and evidence-based decision-making. Half-day presentation/workshop for school principals, school library media specialists and technology coordinating teachers of the Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas.

(1998 February). Collaboration for information literacy: Ensuring student success and achievement. Two half-day workshops for the school library media specialists of the Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas.

(1998 January). Advocacy. One day workshop for school library media specialists of the Fort Bend Independent School District. Houston, TX

(1998 January). Developing organizations for student learning. Presentation to principals, Fort Bend Independent School District, Houston, TX

1997

(1997 November). Collaboration and connecting agendas. Feature presentation to the annual conference of the Florida Association for Media in Education, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

(1997 November). Research for effective practice. Presentation to the annual conference of the Florida Association for Media in Education, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

(1997 November). Reinventing school libraries: Alternatives, models and options for the future. Paper presented to Forging forward: National symposium on information, literacy and the school library in Canada. Sponsors: National Literacy Secretariat and Industry Canada. Hosts: Canadian Education Association and National library of Canada.

(1997 November). What works: Teaching for meaning in the information age. Presentation to members of the Dade County Public School Board and the Dade Public Education Fund at The Bankers Club, Miami, FL.

*(1997 November). Teaching for literacy in the information age. Six half-day presentations to assistant principals, central office, regional directors and superintendents of the Dade County School Board, Miami, FL.

(1997 October). Leadership at the center: The library media specialist and school reform. Feature presentation to the annual conference of the Michigan Association for Media in Education, Lansing, MI.

(1997 October). Curriculum integration: Planning for student success. Presentation to the annual conference of the Michigan Association for Media in Education, Lansing, MI.

(1997 October). Teacher-librarianship: The research base. Keynote address to the annual conference of the Washington Library Media Association, Tacoma, WA.

(1997 September). Building and strengthening communities: Advocating our future. Featured speaker at the annual conference of the Kentucky Library Association, Lexington.

(1997 September). Leading from the middle: Leadership with you. Presentation to the annual conference of the Kentucky Library Association, Lexington.

(1997 July). The school in its political and government context. Role and responsibilities of school boards in British Columbia. Lecture presented for the University of British Columbia Department of Educational Studies EDUC 420: School Organization in its Social Context, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1997 June). Mastering marketing: How to improve your marketing expertise. Co-organizer of a panel presentation at the annual conference of the Library Administration and Management Association, San Francisco, CA.

(1997 June). & P. Cavill. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day workshop presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

(1997 June). & P. Cavill. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. Two day trainer of trainers program presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

(1997 May). & R. Staino. Shaping the debate: Influencing decision-makers. Presentation at the annual conference of the New York Library Association/School Library Media Section. Tarrytown, NY.

(1997 May). Program advocacy: Developing support at the state, district and school, levels. One day workshop presented at the annual preconference leadership institute of the New York Library Association/School Library Media Section, Tarrytown, NY.

*(1997 May). Libraries: Bridges to the future. Keynote address to the annual conference of the New York Library Association/School Library Media Section, Tarrytown, NY.

(1997 April). Building on excellence for the new millennium. Keynote address to the annual conference of the Pennsylvania School Librarians’ Association, Hershey, PA.

(1997 April). Static in the educational intercom: Making the invisible visible? Presentation to the annual council meeting of the British Columbia Teacher-librarians’ Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1997 April). Program advocacy: Developing support for growth at the state, district and school levels. Full-day preconference institute presented at the annual conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Portland, OR.

*(1997 April). Research in Teacher-librarianship. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Portland, OR.

(1997 March). & D. Chow. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada 1996. Colloquium presented at the University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1997 February). School effectiveness and library media programs: Lessons from the research. Paper presented to teacher-librarians and administrators of the North York Board of Education, Toronto, Ontario

(1997 February). & P. Cavill. Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day workshop presented at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(1997 February). Program advocacy: Developing support at the state, district and school levels. One day workshop presented for the Blaine (Washington) School District, Blaine, WA.

(1997 February). National summit on advocacy for school library media specialists. Co-organizer of the first invitational program for state delegates, Washington DC.

(1997 February). Education for information professionals in schools: Acknowledging the research and redefining the graduate program. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, Washington, DC.

(1997 January). Learning resources management: Issues and directions. Half day workshop presented for the West Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board Vice-Principals.

1996

*(1996 October). Cooperative program planning and teaching: Trainer of trainers institute. Five day institute for senior education officials and school library leaders in the Chattanooga (Tennessee) School District. Sponsored by the Chattanooga Public Education Foundation and the Chattanooga School District, Chattanooga, TN.

(1996 August). Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. Half day presentation of staff training principles for the Library Advocacy Now! National Advisory Committee, Vancouver, British Columbia.

*(1996 July). The impact of scheduling on cooperative program planning and teaching (CPPT) and information skills instruction: A comparison between Canadian and American elementary schools. Paper presented at the plenary session of the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

(1996 July). The school in its political and government context. Role and responsibilities of school boards in British Columbia. Lecture presented for the University of British Columbia Department of Educational Studies EDUC 420: School Organization in its Social Context, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1996 June). School and public library relationships: Mutual roles and responsibilities. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association/Canadian Association of Public Libraries, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

*(1996 June). The impact of scheduling on cooperative program planning and teaching and information skills instruction. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association/Canadian School Library Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

(1996 June). Research in teacher-librarianship in British Columbia: Identification and analysis. Canadian Library Association/Canadian School Library Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

*(1996 June). Riding the wave or probing the depths? Ethics and issues for specialists in media and technology. Keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada, Vancouver.

(1996 May). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute for school administrators and teacher-librarians of the West Vancouver (British Columbia) School Board.

(1996 May). Cooperative program planning and teaching: Trainer of trainers institute. Five day institute for school library leaders in the Tucson (Arizona) Unified School District. Sponsored by the Education Enrichment Foundation of Tucson and the Tucson Unified School District.

(1996 April). Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. Presentation to the annual meeting of the Association of B.C. Public Library Directors, Whistler, British Columbia.

(1996 April). with G. Buss, S. Caird, M. Demopoulos and G. Ray. Library advocacy now! Ensuring the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians. One day trainer of trainers institute. British Columbia Library Association Preconference.

(1996 March). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute for teachers, administrators and library media specialists in the Tucson (Arizona) Unified School District. Sponsored by the Education Enrichment Foundation of Tucson and the Tucson Unified School District.

(1996 February). & D. Brigham. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada 1995. Colloquium presentation to the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia.

(1996 February). & A. Curry. Accreditation of Library and Information Studies programs: The process; What we do well; What we could do better. Colloquium presentation to the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia.

(1996 February). You as a leader: An exploration of styles and preferences. Northern Exposure to Library Leadership National Institute. Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

1995

(1995 December). Program advocacy: Developing support for growth at the school, district and state levels. One day workshop for the Utah State Department of Education, Salt Lake City.

(1995 November). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute for library media specialists of the Dade County Public Schools. Public Education Foundation of Miami.

(1995 October). Library media specialists: Catalysts for improved student achievement. Keynote speaker at the annual library media conference of the Charlotte–Mecklenburg School District, Charlotte, North Carolina.

(1995 October). Program advocacy: Developing support for growth at the school, district and state levels. One day workshop for the Oregon Educational Media Association/Washington Library Media Association joint conference, Portland, Oregon.

(1995 September). Education for library and Information professionals in urban public libraries. Presentation to the annual meeting of the Council of Administrators of Large Urban Public Libraries, Vancouver, British Columbia. (with Ann Curry)

*(1995 September). Cooperative program planning and teaching: Trainer of trainers institute. Five day institute for school library leaders in the southeastern Unites States. Sponsored by APPLECorps of Atlanta and the Atlanta Public Schools.

*(1995 August). Effective curriculum implementation and staff development. Three day institute for school and district administrators of South Okanagan (British Columbia) School District. Oliver, British Columbia.

(1995 August). Improved collaboration for improved student achievement. One and a half day institute for teachers, administrators and library media specialists of Tacoma (Washington) School District.

(1995 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute for library media specialists of Western New York. State University of New York at Buffalo School of Information and Library Studies.

(1995 June). The search for diversity in library publications: A different perspective. Panel member at the annual conference of the American Library Association, Chicago, IL.

(1995 June). Library advocacy now! Advocacy training for better libraries. Moderator and chair of full day invitational preconference institute at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Calgary, AB.

(1995 June). Strategic planning for organizational effectiveness. Organizer of two day retreat for the American Association of School Librarians, Chicago, IL.

(1995 May). Staff development: What works. What doesn’t. Presentation at the first annual UBC SLAIS Faculty/Alumni Research Day.

(1995 May). What’s it to you: The implications of school library cutbacks for public libraries. Panel member at the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1995 April). The future of teacher-librarianship. Speech given at the annual conference of the Library Association of Alberta/Learning Resources Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Jasper, AB.

(1995 April). The teamworks: Site-based management for teacher-librarians. Half-day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Library Association of Alberta/Learning Resources Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association, Jasper, AB.

*(1995 April). Archives: Beauty spot on the body politic? Keynote speech to the annual conference of the Archives Association of British Columbia, Dunsmuir Lodge, British Columbia.

*(1995 March). Cooperative program planning and teaching: International trainer of trainers institute. Five day program for the Staff Development Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1995 March). Trends and issues in education for library and information professionals. Speech given to the meeting of the Victoria Librarians’ Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1995 March). Collegial planning. One day workshop conducted for teams of teachers and teacher-librarians of the Federal Way School District 210, WA.

(1995 February). Learning styles: Implications for professional teachers. One day workshop conducted for teachers at Lord Kitchener Elementary School, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1995 February). Overview of research in administrator effectiveness. Half-day workshop conducted for school and district administrators of School District No. 14 (South Okanagan), Oliver, British Columbia.

(1995 February). Needs assessment for the professional growth of school administrators. Half-day workshop conducted for school and district administrators of School District No. 14 (South Okanagan), Oliver, British Columbia.

(1995 January). Curriculum implementation, staff development and resource–based learning. Workshop conducted for the curriculum resource teachers of the Tucson Unified School District, Tucson, AZ.

(1995 January). Lessons from the schoolhouse: What research says about effective practice. Workshop conducted for school library media specialists of the Tucson Unified School District, Tucson, AZ.

(1995 January). Linking school effectiveness, school improvement and strong school library media programs. Speech given to the principals and vice-principals of the Tucson Unified School District, Tucson, AZ.

(1995 January). Librarians as cyberspace heroes: Strategies for the third millennium. Panel moderator for the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association Five Association SuperConference, Toronto, Ontario.

(1995 January). The convergence of libraries: Services and programs to serve people in the 90s and beyond. Panel moderator for the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association Five Association SuperConference, Toronto, Ontario.

(1995 January). Klingons at the gate: Reaching for the third millennium. Organized one day forum for the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association Five Association SuperConference, Toronto, Ontario.

(1995 January). The competition and the way we react. Moderated the all-conference ‘think tank’ at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association Five Association SuperConference, Toronto, Ontario.

*(1995 January). Raising our heads/Seizing the moment: Libraries and librarians in the third millennium. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association Five Association SuperConference, Toronto, Ontario.

1994

(1994 December). Quality schools require quality leadership: Turning visions into reality. Keynote speech given at the annual principal/teacher-librarian conference of the Educational Media Association of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ.

(1994 December). Program advocacy: Designs for effectiveness. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Educational Media Association of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ.

(1994 December). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Two day institute conducted for principals, teachers and teacher-librarians of the Atlanta Public Schools, GA.

(1994 December). What works: Restructured libraries for restructured schools. Speech to the Board of Directors of the Apple Corps Public Education Fund, Atlanta, GA.

(1994 November). Research imperatives for information professionals: Developing foundations for effectiveness. Paper presented at the annual Treasure Mountain Research Retreat, Brown County, IN.

(1994 November). School-based management. Half–day seminar conducted at the biennial conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Indianapolis, IN.

(1994 November). Program advocacy. Half–day seminar conducted at the biennial conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Indianapolis, IN.

*(1994 November). Linking collaborative planning, flexible scheduling and school restructuring: Towards improved student achievement. Speech given to the principals of the Federal Way School District 210, WA.

(1994 November). Creating quality schools: The role of resource-based learning. Half day workshop conducted for principals and teacher-librarians of the Federal Way School District 210, WA.

(1994 November). Research in teacher-librarianship. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the American Association of School Librarians, Indianapolis, IN.

(1994 November). Preparing the information professional for the future. Moderator at the annual Treasure Mountain V Research Retreat, Brown’s County, IN.

(1994 October). Hang together or hang separately: Program advocacy and power. One day workshop conducted for teacher-librarians and principals of School District 59 (Peace River South), Dawson Creek, British Columbia.

(1994 October). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute conducted for School District 14 (South Okanagan), Oliver, British Columbia.

(1994 October). The future of teacher-librarianship. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada, St. John’s, NF.

(1994 October). How to get on the information highway and avoid being roadkill. Preconference workshop summary at the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada, St. John’s, NF.

(1994 October). What works: Research and the implications for professional practice. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada, St. John’s, NF.

(1994 October). Leadership in theory and practice. Half-day presentation at the inaugural institute Northern Exposure to Leadership: A National Institute for Future Library Leadership, Emerald Lake, British Columbia.

(1994 September). Lessons from the schoolhouse: What research says about effective practice. Speech given to teachers, administrators and library media specialists of the Lincoln Public Schools, NE.

(1994 September). Effective practices for educators: Partnerships and strategies for lifelong learning. Workshop conducted for teachers, administrators and library media specialists of the Lincoln Public Schools, NE.

(1994 August). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute conducted for the Staff Development Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 August). Program advocacy: Developing support at the school, district and provincial levels. One day workshop conducted for the Staff Development Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 July). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. Keynote address given to the research forum of the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Pittsburgh, PA.

(1994 July). Education and training for library leadership. Facilitator at the annual conference of the Library Administration and Management Association, Miami, FL.

(1994 June). The School of Library and Information Studies as gatekeeper to the profession. Panel member at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 June). Aspects of goodness: Response to Tom Childers. Panel member at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 June). The team works: Total quality management. Half day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 May). Looking back and looking forward: Future archival developments in a changing world. Conference summary given at the annual conference of the Association of Canadian Archivists, Ottawa, Ontario.

(1994 March). Extending the librarians’ domain: Non-traditional career opportunities for librarians and information professionals. Panel member at the meeting of the Special Library Association Western Canada Chapter. Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1994 March). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. Keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Washington Library Media Association Peninsula Region, Union, WA.

(1994 March). Research on librarianship. Paper given at the annual conference of the Washington Library Media Association Peninsula Region, Union, WA.

(1994 February). Research and the institutionalization of change. Half-day presentation given at the meeting of the U.S. Library Power Site Coordinators and Public Education Fund Directors, Los Angeles, CA.

(1994 February). K–12 Sector Employers’ Association. Group facilitator at the annual conference of the Council of British Columbia School Districts, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.

1993

(1993 November). Resource-based teaching and learning: Organizing for implementation. One day workshop conducted for school administrators and central office officials of School District 16, Chatham, NB.

(1993 November). Research in teacher-librarianship and the role of the teacher-librarian. Paper given at the Provincial Forum on Learning Resources Invitational Conference sponsored by the British Columbia Ministry of Education and the British Columbia Teacher-librarians’ Association, Dunsmuir, British Columbia.

(1993 September). Education for public librarianship in Canada: Development of a customer-driven, client-centered curriculum at the University of British Columbia. Presentation to the Canadian Association of Large Urban Public Libraries, Victoria, British Columbia.

*(1993 August). Research in professional and staff development in education: A synthesis with implications for library and information science professionals. Paper given at the biennial conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Continuing Professional Education Round Table, Barcelona, Spain.

(1993 June). Backgrounder on education for teacher-librarianship in Canada: A review and overview of standards, policies and recommended curriculum. Paper presented at the Canadian School Library Association National Symposium on the Education of Teacher-librarians, Hamilton, Ontario.

(1993 May). Directions in education for law librarianship. Speech given at the meeting of the Vancouver Association of Law Librarians, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1993 April). Getting in on the Act: An examination of the Public Library Act White Paper. Panel moderator at the annual conference of the British Columbia Library Association, Penticton, British Columbia.

*(1993 March). Cooperative program planning and teaching: International trainer of trainers institute. Five day program for the Staff Development Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1993 February). Implementing change in schools. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the North Okanagan Zone Educators, Vernon, British Columbia.

(1993 February). Developing independent and inquiring learners. Workshop conducted at the annual conference of the North Okanagan Zone Educators convention, Vernon, British Columbia.

(1993 February). Research in teacher-librarianship. Paper given at the annual conference of the North Okanagan Zone Educators convention, Vernon, British Columbia.

1992

(1992 December). Directions in education for corporate librarianship. Speech given at the meeting of the Special Libraries Association Western Canada Chapter, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1992 November). Total quality management. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(1992 November). Advocacy, partnerships and political action. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

(1992 November). Strategies for political action at the local level. Workshop conducted for the Scarborough Board of Education, Scarborough, Ontario.

(1992 November). A vision for school libraries in the future. Speech given at the meeting of school administrators, trustees and teacher-librarians of the Halton (Ontario) Board of Education, Oakville, Ontario.

(1992 October). What works: Research on teaching and learning through the school’s library resource centre. Speech given at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Education UBC Update for Teacher-librarians, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1992 October). Personality type, collegiality and learning preferences. One day workshop conducted for teachers at Charles Dickens Elementary School, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1992 October). Keeping on track in hard times. Half day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Oregon Educational Media Association, Portland, OR.

(1992 October). Library media specialists: Beauty spots on the body politic. Half day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Oregon Educational Media Association, Portland, OR.

(1992 October). Implementing Information Power: Lessons from the schoolhouse. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Oregon Educational Media Association, Portland, OR.

(1992 October). The media center in the age of accountability. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the North Carolina of School Librarians/North Carolina Library Association, Raleigh, NC.

(1992 October). Keeping on track in hard times. Half day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the North Carolina of School Librarians/North Carolina Library Association, Raleigh, NC.

(1992 October). Implementing Information Power: Lessons from the schoolhouse. at the annual conference of the North Carolina of School Librarians/North Carolina Library Association, Raleigh, NC.

*(1992 October). Implementing Information Power: Lessons from the schoolhouse. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Association of School Librarians biennial conference, Baltimore, MD.

*(1992 May). Challenges in developing curriculum resources for the year 2000. Paper presented at the British Columbia Ministry of Education Industry Conference, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1992 April). Keeping on track in hard times. One day workshop conducted for teachers and librarians sponsored by Shirley Lewis Information Services, Toronto, Ontario.

(1992 February). Research: The implications for professional practice. Paper presented at the colloquium of the University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, Vancouver, British Columbia.

1991

*(1991 October). Teacher-librarians: Beauty spots on the body politic. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada inaugural conference, Whistler, British Columbia.

1990

*(1990 August). The primary teacher as change agent. Speech given at the British Columbia Ministry of Education Summer Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1990 July). Research in curriculum implementation, staff development: Implications for the role of the principal. Paper presented to graduate students in Educational Leadership at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

*(1990 February). Leadership style and leadership effectiveness. Two day program for school administrators of the School District #39 (Vancouver), Vancouver, British Columbia.

*(1990 January). Resource-based learning: District and school leadership. Three day institute conducted for principals and district coordinators sponsored by the Newfoundland Department of Education, Newfoundland Teachers’ Association, Newfoundland Denominational Education Councils, Memorial University, and the Newfoundland and Labrador School Trustees Association, St. John’s, NF.

1989

(1989 November). A curriculum and assessment framework for the future. Panel moderator at the meeting of the Canadian College of Teachers Greater Vancouver Chapter, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1989 June). Research in teacher-librarianship: The implications for professional practice. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian School Library Association, Edmonton, AB.

(1989 May). The changing nature of school librarianship. Speech given at a meeting of school principals and teacher-librarians of the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal. Montreal, Quebec.

(1989 May). Why do we need school libraries anyway? Paper presented at the annual conference of the L’Association des Bibliothecaires du Quebec/Quebec Library Association, Montreal, PQ.

(1989 May). Reconfiguring library resources for improved effectiveness. Half day workshop conducted for principals and senior education officials at the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal, Montreal, PQ.

(1989 April). Education for teacher-librarianship in British Columbia: The implications for effective school programs. Panel member at the annual conference of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association, Richmond, British Columbia.

*(1989 March). & B. Brown, chair, Vancouver School Board. School-based staff development makes the difference. Presentation given at the annual conference of the National School Boards Association, Anaheim, CA.

(1989 January). Leadership style and leadership effectiveness. Two consecutive workshops conducted for new school administrators at the Vancouver School Board, Vancouver,.

1988

*(1988 November). Leadership roles and leadership effectiveness. Two day workshop conducted for the Can/Am Leadership Institute for School Administrators sponsored by the University of Western Ontario and the Royal Oaks (Michigan) Leadership Institute, Kitchener, Ontario.

(1988 October). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the Newfoundland Educational Media Council, Stephenville, NF.

(1988 October). Implementing change in schools. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Newfoundland Educational Media Council, Stephenville, NF.

(1988 October). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Three day institute conducted for secondary school teacher-librarians and department heads sponsored by the Lincoln County (Ontario) Board of Education. Jordan Station, Ontario.

*(1988 February). The school makes the difference. Two day institute sponsored by the British Columbia School Trustees’ Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1988 January). Leadership style and leadership effectiveness. Two consecutive workshops conducted for new school administrators at the School District #39 (Vancouver), Vancouver, British Columbia.

1987

(1987 October). School libraries across the curriculum: The principal/supervisor perspective. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Saskatchewan Association of Educational Media Specialists. Saskatoon, SK.

(1987 June). Cooperative program planning and teaching: Issues in implementation. International guest speaker for a six site Australia/New Zealand teleconference sponsored by the Queensland University of Technology and the School Library Association of Queensland.

1986

(1986 October). Course-integrated library instruction. Two day workshop conducted for librarians at Vancouver Community College, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1986 August). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers, teacher-librarians, government and university staff sponsored by the Queensland Department of Education, Queensland University of Technology and the School Library Association of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. (This program focuses on role clarification for teacher-librarians, collaborative consultation, implementing change and inquiry-based teaching and learning.)

(1986 August). Enhancing effectiveness in school librarianship. Speech given at a meeting of the Queensland Department of Education and the School Library Association of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

(1986 July). Linking school effectiveness with school library programs. Speech given at a meeting of the South Australia Department of Education, Adelaide, Australia.

(1986 July). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. Speech given at a meeting of the Australia National Capitol Department of Education, Canberra, Australia.

(1986 July). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers, teacher-librarians, government and university staff sponsored by the South Australia Department of Education, Adelaide, Australia.

(1986 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the New South Wales Department of Education, Sydney, Australia.

*(1986 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers, teacher-librarians, government and university staff sponsored by Monash University and the Victoria Department of Education. Melbourne, Australia.

*(1986 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers, teacher-librarians, government and university staff sponsored by the New Zealand Department of Education and the New Zealand National Library, Wellington, New Zealand.

1985

(1985 September). Instructional leadership and the school librarian. Paper presented at the annual school library institute of the Oklahoma Department of Education, Oklahoma City, OK.

(1985 September). Technology and the future of public education. Paper presented at the meeting of the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

(1985 September). Teacher-librarianship for the 1990s. Keynote address given at the annual conference of the Australia School Library Association, Brisbane, Australia.

1984

(1984 August). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association, West Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1984 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Scarborough Board of Education, Ontario.

(1984 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Windsor Separate School Board and the University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

*(1984 April). Resource-based teaching and learning. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Principals, Vancouver, British Columbia.

1983

(1983 November). How to give a workshop. One day workshop conducted for the Mount Arrowsmith Teacher-Librarians’ Association, Parksville, British Columbia.

(1983 October). The principal and the teacher-librarian: Partners for quality education. Half-day workshop conducted for principals and teacher-librarians of the Burnaby School Board, Burnaby, British Columbia.

(1983 October). The principal’s role in enhancing the school library program in a period or restraint. Half-day workshop conducted for principals and teacher-librarians of the Nanaimo School Board, Nanaimo, British Columbia.

(1983 September). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers, teacher-librarians and district administrators sponsored by the Red Deer Public School Board, Red Deer, AB.

(1983 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the City of York (Ontario) Board of Education, Toronto, Ontario.

(1983 May). Planning, conducting and evaluating the workshop; Or, the workshop on workshops. One day workshop conducted at the annual conference of the Alberta Learning Resources Council, Red Deer, AB.

(1983 April). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Edmonton Public School Board, Edmonton, AB.

(1983 February). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Edmonton Public School Board, Edmonton, AB.

(1983 January). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Edmonton Public School Board, Edmonton, AB.

(1983 January). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a two day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Manitoba Department of Education, Winnipeg, MB.

1982

(1982 October). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Saskatchewan School Librarians’ Association and the Saskatoon Board of Education, Saskatoon, SK.

(1982 July). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Canadian School Library Association and the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education, London, Ontario.

*(1982 June). New priorities for education for school librarianship and media services. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Library Schools. Saskatoon, SK.

(1982 June). Flexible scheduling and teacher preparation time. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian School Library Association. Saskatoon, SK.

(1982 May). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a three day preconference institute conducted for teachers and teacher-librarians sponsored by the Alberta Learning Resources Council, Red Deer, AB.

(1982 March). Cooperative program planning and teaching. Co-leader of a two day institute conducted for school librarians sponsored by the Dalhousie University School of Library and Information Studies, Halifax, NS.

1981

*(1981 November). Publishing educational materials in British Columbia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia, the Association of Canadian Publishers and the Canadian Book Publishers’ Council, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1981 June). Canada is not the fifty-first state. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Education Paperback Association. Toronto, Ontario.

(1981 June). The multilingual needs of major urban school districts. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association Multilingual Interest Group, Hamilton, Ontario.

(1981 June). Education for school librarianship in Canada. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian School Library Association, Hamilton, Ontario.

1980

(1980 November). Methods of budgeting for school-based programs. Paper presented at the annual conference of the British Columbia Modern Languages Coordinators’ Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1980 October). Identifying and promoting community resources. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Association for Community Education, Vancouver, British Columbia.

*(1980 April). Instructional leadership and school librarianship. Speech given at the meeting of the Anglo-Canadian Colloquium on School Librarianship sponsored by the British Council, London, United Kingdom.

1979

(1979 November). Time and energy management. One day workshop conducted for the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association Kamloops Chapter, Kamloops, British Columbia.

(1979 October). The role of the teacher-librarian. Speech given at the meeting of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association and the British Columbia Ministry of Education, Richmond, British Columbia.

(1979 October). Towards implementing national guidelines and standards in a large school district. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Western Canada School Library Supervisors’ Association, Regina, SK.

(1979 October). Establishing priorities and service: The role of the coordinator in a large school district. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Western Canada School Library Supervisors Association, Regina, SK.

(1979 May). The Ministry of Education and program implementation. Paper presented at the annual conference of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association, Vernon, BC

(1979 February). What constitutes competence in school librarianship? Speech given at the Dalhousie University School of Library and Information Studies, Halifax, NS.

1978

(1978 June). Canadian Library Association: The state of the association. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Edmonton, AB.

(1978 June). Research in school librarianship: Implications for practitioners. Paper presented at the annual conference of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

(1978 June). Strategies for change. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Edmonton, AB.

(1978 June). The instructional role of the teacher-librarian. Speech given at the meeting of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association, the Ministry of Education and the University of Victoria, Pearson College, British Columbia.

(1978 June). Strategies for change. Speech given at the meeting of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association, the Ministry of Education and the University of Victoria, Pearson College, British Columbia.

(1978 March). School library resource centers: An essential service. Speech given at the meeting of the British Columbia School Librarians’ Association, Greater Victoria Chapter, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1978 March). The Canadian Library Association: Meeting the needs of members. Speech given at the meeting of the University of Victoria Library Association, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1978 March). The Canadian Library Association: Meeting the needs of members. Speech given at the meeting of the Institute of Victoria Librarians, Victoria, British Columbia.

(1979 February). The instructional role of the teacher-librarian. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention, Edmonton.

(1979 February). The instructional role of the teacher-librarian. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Burnaby Teachers’ Association, Burnaby, British Columbia.

1977

(1977 October). Strategies for change. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Manitoba School Library Audio-visual Association, Winnipeg, MB.

(1977 June). Canadian Library Association: An agenda for change. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Montreal, PQ.

(1977 June). Bricks without straw: Increasing library effectiveness. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Library Association, Montreal, Quebec.

(1977 April). Strategies for change. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Saskatchewan Association of Educational Media Specialists, Saskatoon, SK

(1976 February). Strategies for change. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Ontario School Library Association, Toronto, Ontario.

1976

(1976 June). The cutting edge: The teacher-librarian as change agent. Speech given at the continuing education program of the Ontario Faculties of Education, Kingston, Ontario.

(1976 June). Towards excellence: The changing role of the school librarian. Speech given at the meeting of the Hastings/Northumberland/Peterborough Boards of Education TriCounty Teacher-Librarians’ Association joint meeting, Peterborough, Ontario.

(1976 April). Coordinating media services: Support for the district’s learning resources program. Paper presented at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education School Librarianship program, London, Ontario.

(1976 April). In-service: An emerging role for the school librarian. Speech given at the meeting of the Waterloo Board of Education Secondary School Librarians’ Association, Kitchener, Ontario.

(1976 March). Selecting learning resources. Half-day workshop conducted for the Muskoka Board of Education, Bracebridge, Ontario.

(1976 January). Library skills are learning skills. Speech given at the meeting of the York County Board of Education Library Curriculum Committee, Aurora, Ontario.

(1976 January). School and public library relationships. Speech given at the meeting of the Toronto Public Library Boys and Girls Department, Toronto, Ontario.

1975

(1975 December). Establishing priorities for district coordinators. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Golden Horseshoe Media Consultants’ Association, Hamilton, Ontario.

(1975 November). The school librarian as a professional teacher. Speech given at the meeting of the Dufferin County Board of Education and Dufferin Separate School Board School Librarians’ Federation, Oshawa, Ontario.

(1975 October). Children’s library services for the 1970s. Speech given at the meeting of the South Central Regional Library System, Hamilton, Ontario.

(1975 May). Education for librarianship in Ontario: Some changes are needed. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Ontario Library Association, Windsor, Ontario.

1974

(1974 May). School librarianship in Canada: The national perspective. Panel member at the annual conference of the Ontario School Library Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

1973

(1973 July). School library resource centers and staff utilization. Speech given at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education School Librarianship program. London, Ontario.

*(1973 June). The combined school/public library: Beyond emotion. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian School Library Association, Sackville, NB.

(1973 January). District services for teacher-librarians. Paper presented at the meeting of the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education School Librarianship program. London, Ontario.

1972

(1972 November). Community involvement in school libraries. Speech given at the fall seminars of the Ontario School Library Association, Windsor, Ontario.

(1972 October). Community involvement in school libraries. Speech given at the fall seminars of the Ontario School Library Association, Peterborough, Ontario.

(1972 July). School librarianship at the crossroads. Speech given to candidates in the Queen’s University Faculty of Education School Librarianship program. Kingston, Ontario.

1971

(1971 October). Public relations for teachers and students. Speech given at the meeting of the Ottawa Board of Education Secondary School Librarians’ Association. Ottawa, Ontario.

Community/Professional Service

American Library Association. Life Member, 1974–

Committee on Accreditation, 2009-2012 (Chair, 2011-2012)

Presidential Advisory Committee on Graduate Education in Library and Information Studies, 2005-2006

Council Task Force on Library School Closings, 2004-2005.

Search Committee for new Executive Director, Chair, 2001-2002

Executive Board, 1999-2003 (meetings four times a year for three days each)

Council, 1995–1999, 1999-2003, 2004-2007 (meetings twice a year for three half days each); stood second of 89 candidates in election

Executive Board liaison member of the Committees on Accreditation, Education, Legislation, Policy Monitoring, Professional Ethics, Status of Women in Librarianship, 2000-2003

Executive Board liaison member of the Round Table Coordinating Committee and the following Round Tables: Continuing Library Education Network and Exchange; Exhibits; Library Instruction, Social Responsibilities, Staff Organizations; Support Staff Interests, 1999-2000

National Steering Committee for the Congress on Professional Education, Chair, 1998–1999

Council Committee on Committees, 1997-1998

Presidential Initiative Task Force on Education and Training, 1997-1998

Standing Council Committee on Appointments, 1997–1998

Committee on Education, 1995–1996

Standing Council Committee on Library Education, 1994–1995

Liaison to Alliance for Education and Training for Knowledge Work, 1995–1996

Association for Library and Information Science Education. Member, 1980–

Governance Committee, Chair (2006-2007)

Past President, 2006-2007

President, 2005-2006

• Initiated comprehensive strategic planning process; aligned board and committee activities with strategic plan

• Prepared criteria, procedures and process for review of management firm

• Concluded year with highest net revenue and highest membership roll in ten years

Vice-President (President-Elect), 2004-2005

Membership Committee, Chair, 1998-2000

Board of Directors, 1995–1996, 2004-2007

Nominating Committee, 1996–1997 (Chair, 1995–1996)

Secretary, Council of Deans and Directors, 1994–1996

Beta Phi Mu. Member, 1974–

British Columbia Library Association. Member, 1976–1984, 1992–

Master of Ceremonies, 100th Anniversary Gala Dinner, 2011

Task Force on Multitype Library Cooperation, 1995–1997

Task Force on Information Policy, 1992–1993

Library/Publisher Relations Committee, 1977–1978

Canadian College of Teachers. Member, 1982–

Editorial and Publications Committee, 1986–1998

Greater Vancouver Chapter Executive, 1984–1989

President, Greater Vancouver Chapter, 1986–1988

Greater Vancouver Publicity Committee, Chair, 1983–1984

Canadian Library Association. Member, 1969-1992, Honorary Life Member, 1992–

Political Action National Steering Group, 2003-2005

Library and Information Studies Educators’ Interest Group, 1994-2002

Past Presidents’ Council, 1978– (Chair, 1978–1979)

Conference Arrangements Committee, 1979–1980

Council, 1974–81 (Chair, 1977–1978)

Board of Directors, 1974–1979 (Chair, 1977–1978)

Past President, 1978–1979

President, 1977–1978

at the time a million dollar non-profit corporation with 35 staff and 5,000 members in five divisions; several major reforms and performance reviews introduced:

“..the best president of the decade…”—Quill and Quire

“…his ideas, approaches and innovations will have a lasting impact on the Association…His tenure should also dispel the often repeated jeremiad that association presidents can accomplish little in one year…”—Library Journal

Vice-President, 1976–1977

Committee on Committees, Convenor, 1976–1977

Editorial and Publications Policy Board, 1973–1976

Committee on Headquarters, 1974–1975

Education for Library Personnel Committee, 1973–74

Committee on Library Manpower, 1972–74

International Association of School Librarianship. Life Member, 1974–

Executive Director (Volunteer), 1995-2000

Awards Jury, Chair, 1995–2000

International Forum on Research Jury, 1995-1998

First International Forum on Research, Awards Jury, Chair, 1995–1997

Director for North America, 1994–1995

1997 Conference Planning Committee, Chair, 1994–1995

Criteria for International Research Awards Committee, Chair, 1994–1995

Role of the School Library Committee, Co-Chair with Joe Hallein (Australia), 1992–1993

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

Division of Education and Research, 1997-2000

Coordinating Board, 1999-2000

Section on Education and Training (elected), 1997–2001, 2001-2005

Chair, 1999-2001: The Section on Education and Training is the fourth largest division of IFLA with more than 250 associations and institutional members. During the period as Chair, guidelines were developed and approved for schools of library and information studies, a semi-annual bulletin introduced, an international study of reciprocity of qualifications completed, a process for refereeing papers for annual fora introduced and a social responsibilities round table sponsored.

Information Coordinator, 1998-1999

Northern Exposure to Leadership: A National Institute for Future Library Leadership.

National Advisory Board, 1993–2015

Ontario Library Association. Life Member, 1968–

Ontario School Library Association, Life Member, 1968–

Legislative Action Group, Chair, 1975–1976

Former Memberships/Service

Alliance for Education and Training for Knowledge Work, 1995–1996

Liaison Member for American Library Association Committee on Education

American Association of School Librarians. Member, 1974–2005

Task Force on Competencies for Library Media Specialists for the Twenty-first Century and Revision of Standards for the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), Chair, 1998–2000

Past President, 1998-1999

Task Force for Coordinating the Implementation of National Guidelines and Standards, Chair, 1997–1998

President, 1997–1998

released national standards for information literacy and guidelines for effective practice together with a research-based national implementation and marketing plan

“…few people will ever know (or acknowledge) the incredible contribution that you made to the profession this year…I am one of them…”—Julie Walker, Executive Director, AASL

“I want to again express our appreciation for your leadership on the Information Power project. While others deserve credit also for defying the odds against Information Power making conference, in my mind, it’s your determination and will that made the difference. As a result, your colleagues in school have a documents to plan around, and we at ALA Editions will enjoy a sorely needed burst of revenue close to fiscal year.—Patrick Hogan, Editorial Director, ALA Editions, American Library Association

Vice-President (President-Elect), 1996–1997

Search Committee for Executive Director for the American Association of School Librarians and Young Adult Library Services Association, 1996–1997

Board of Directors, 1996–1999

Executive Committee, 1996–1999 (Chair, 1997–1998)

National Conference Program Committee, 1995–1997

—Program Proposal Reader

Task Force on Organizational Effectiveness and Structure, Chair, 1994–1996

“…the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) will be a much stronger organization thanks to you!…A task force like yours only works if it has strong, intelligent leadership…Your insight, knowledge and great organizational abilities were directly responsible…with gratitude for your contribution….”—Dr. J. Mancall, Past President, AASL, 1996

Nominating Committee, 1994–1995

Publications Committee, 1993–1994

Biennial Research Forum Jury Chair, 1993–1994

Research Committee, 1992–1996 (Chair 1993–1994)

Highsmith Research Award Committee, 1992–1993

Board of Directors Canadian Representative, 1973–1975

Educators of Library Media Specialists Section, 1974–2005

Supervisor’s Section, 1974-1992

American Society for Training and Development. Member, 1988–1996

Archives Association of British Columbia. Member, 1994–1996

Association for Library Services to Children. Member, 1974–1984

Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada. Member, 1970–1986

Program Planning Committee, 1975–1976

National School Media Standards Committee, 1973–1976

National Steering Committee, 1974–1975

Co-chair, Committee on Media Personnel, 1973–1976

Association for Psychological Type. Member, 1988–2002

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1982-2002

Founding Facilitator for Network for Teacher-librarianship, 1994–1996

Moderator, Listserv for Network for Teacher-librarianship, 1994–1996

International Polling Panel, 1990–1994

Urban Curriculum Leaders Group (invitational), 1985–1992

Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada. Member, 1990–2002

Joint Committee on Competencies for Teacher-librarians, Chair, 1994–1997

Association Organizational Committee, 1990–1991

Association of Canadian Archivists. Member, 1993–1998

British Columbia Council for Leadership in Educational Administration. Member, 1978–1984

British Columbia Arts Board

Literary Arts Committee, 1979–1982

British Columbia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Member, 1977–1990

British Columbia Book of the Year Award

Program Host, 1981

British Columbia College of Teachers. Member, 1989–2004

British Columbia Cultural Services Branch

Publishing Assistance Committee, 1979–1982

British Columbia Ministry of Education

Provincial Steering Committee for Sources and Resources: Handbook for B.C. Teacher-Librarians, 1976–1978

Elementary School Self-Assessment Reaction Panel, 1987–1989

Elementary School Accreditation Teams, 1989–1992

Secondary School Accreditation Teams, 1987–1992

British Council Study Tour of British Schools and Libraries—selected as one of six library leaders for professional interaction with British colleagues. May, 1980.

British Columbia Primary Teachers’ Association. Member, 1976–1989

British Columbia Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Association. Member, 1980–1996

British Columbia School Superintendents’ Association. Member, 1985–1992

British Columbia Teacher-librarians’ Association. Member, 1974–2005

Executive, 1980–1985

Liaison Officer for British Columbia Library Association, 1978–1982

Education for Teacher-librarianship Committee, 1977–1985 (Chair, 1980–1985)

Canada Council

Advisory Panel on Canadian Book and Periodical Associations, 1981–1982

Advisory Panel on Book and Periodical Promotion, 1980–1982

Canada Council/Canadian Committees for Unesco

Canadian Studies/Canadian Learning Resources Research Retreat, July 1977

Canadian Council of Library Schools. Member, 1992–2005

Canadian School Library Association. Member, 1969–2005

Joint Committee on Competencies for Teacher-librarians, Chair, 1994–1997

Research Committee, 1994–2002

Model Curriculum for Education for School Librarianship Committee, Chair, 1979–1981

Qualifications for School Librarians Committee, Chair, 1978–1979

Awards Jury, Chair, 1975–1976

Committee on Committees, Chair, 1975–1976

Editorial Board, School Libraries in Canada (former title: Moccasin Telegraph), Chair, 1974–1975

Canadian Materials Committee, Chair, 1974–1975

“…it is only through your inspiration and guidance that (the reviewing journal) Canadian Materials ever got off the ground.”—Donna Adrian, President, Canadian School Library Association

Editorial Committee, Chair, 1973–1974

Retrospective Indexer, 1973–1974

Past President, 1975–1976

President, 1974–1975

upgraded newsletter to national journal, established professional publishing program and regional seminars, increased membership by 50%

Vice-President, 1973–1974

Canadian Society of Association Executives. Member, 1993–1995

Carleton County (Ontario) Secondary School Library Subject Council, 1970–1972

Chair, 1971–1972

Chair, Program Committee, 1970–1971

CM: Canadian Materials for Schools and Libraries (journal)

Chair, Editorial Board, 1974–1978

Council for Canadian Learning Resources, 1995-2005

Founding President, 1995-1998

initiated Canada’s only national journal for the review of Canadian books and other media for young people

Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario and Wellington County (Ontario)

Board of Education Status of Women Committee, 1974–1976

Information Services Vancouver, 1986-1990

Board of Directors, 1986–1990

Strategic Planning Committee, 1988–1990

Marketing Committee, 1987–1989

New Products and Services Committee, Chair, 1988–1990

Institute of Continuing Library Education of British Columbia. Member, 1976–1984

Executive, 1981–82

Library Administration and Management Association. Member, 1992–2005

Public Relations Section. Member, 1995–1999

Committee on Education and Training, 1995–1997

Library Advocacy Now! Ensuring the Future of Canada’s Libraries and Librarians

National Advisory Committee, 1995–1997

Manitoba School Library Audio-Visual Association, 1974–1980

National Staff Development Council. Member, 1986–2002

Results–based Staff Development for the Middle Grades: Increasing Student Achievement through Teacher Learning, nominated/selected for U.S. Expert Review Council, 1997–1999

Ontario Public School Teachers’ Federation, 1974–1976

Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation, 1969–1976

District 39 Executive Council, 1972–1976

President, Branch 10, 1972–1976

Ottawa (Ontario) Secondary School Library Subject Council

Chair, Program Development Committee, 1969–1970

Pacific Instructional Media Association, 1976–1984

Phi Delta Kappa. Member, 1977–2002

Executive, University of British Columbia Chapter, 1984–1985

Society of American Archivists. Member, 1994–1999

Society of School Librarians International. Member, 1986–1994

Special Library Association. Member, 1993–2005

Western Canada Chapter. Member, 1993–2005

Stanley House Retreat on Education for Teacher-librarianship. Sponsored by the Canada Council/Canadian Commission for Unesco—selected as one of twelve educators to assess the state of education for teacher-librarianship in Canada. July, 1980.

Stanley House Retreat on Canadian Learning Resources. Sponsored by the Canada Council/Canadian Commission for Unesco–selected as one of twelve educators to assess the state of Canadian studies and Canadian learning resources. July, 1978.

University of British Columbia

School of Library, Archival and Information Studies Council, 1978–1986

Museum of Anthropology Teacher Advisory Committee, 1977–1979

University of Toronto Centre for Research in Librarianship

National Advisory Board, Canadian Nonbook Selection Project, 1977–1979

Vancouver City Council

Centennial Resources Committee, 1984–1986

Vancouver Community College

Library Technician Program Advisory Committee, 1979–1982

Teacher Assistant Advisory Committee, 1977–1979

Vancouver Schools Coordinators’ Association

(renamed Vancouver Association of District Administrators 1989)

Past President, 1980–1981

President, 1979–1980

Treasurer, 1978–1979

Vancouver Teacher-librarians’ Association, 1976–1984

Executive, 1976–1984

Wellington County Teacher-librarians’ Association

Executive, 1972–1976

Young Adult Library Services Association. Member, 1974–2005

Editorships

Series Editor, The MBA for the MLIS Bookshelf, Rowen Littlefield, 2012—

Editor for North America, Library Management, 2005—

Teacher Librarian: The journal for school library professionals, Founding editor, 1998–2004

Resource•links: Connecting Classrooms, Libraries and Canadian Learning Resources, Founding editor, 1995–1998

Emergency Librarian, 1979–1998

TL News, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1995–1996

Canadian College of Teachers Greater Vancouver Chapter Newsletter, 1984–1985

Phi Delta Kappa University of British Columbia Chapter Newsletter, 1984–1985

Free! The Newsletter of Free Materials and Services, 1979–1989

“…recommended for libraries.”—Library Journal, June 15, 1980), 1373

Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation Wellington County District Bulletin, 1975–1976

Reviewer

Universities

St. John’s University School of Library and Information Science External Review Panel for the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, 2004

Universite de Montreal School of Library and Information Science External Review Panel for the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, 2000

Florida State University School of Information Studies External Reviewer for Major Research Proposal, 1999.

Rutgers University: The State University of New Jersey School of Communication, Information and Library Studies External Review Panel for the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, 1997.

Wayne State University Library and Information Science Program External Review Panel for the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, 1995

Charles Sturt University, Faculty of Science and Agriculture, School of Information Studies, Graduate Diploma of Education Teacher-Librarianship Course Advisory Committee, 1993–1995

Journals

Journal of Strategy and Management, 2014-

Advances in Librarianship, 2010-2015.

Arts Marketing: An International Journal (occasional), 2010-

Australia Library Journal (occasional), 2010—

Library and Information Science Research (occasional), 2010—

Partnership: Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research (occasional), 2006—

Library Management, 2005—

Studies in Media and Information Literacy Education (occasional), 2000-2005

Journal of Education for Library and Information Studies (occasional), 1999-2005

The Library Quarterly (occasional), 2003-2005

Library Trends (occasional), 1997-2005

School Library Media Research (occasional), 1997-2005

Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science (occasional), 1996–2005

Education for Information (occasional), 1994–2005

Grants

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (occasional), 1995–

Other

San Mateo Wall of Fame Juror. May, 2006.

Teacher-librarian: The journal for school library professionals. Advisory Board, 2004-2007.

Achieving literacy through quality school library programs: The vision and standards for school library programs in Canada. Association fro Teacher-librarianship in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association, March, 2002. External reader.

ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology ERIC/IT Publications Reviewer (occasional), 2001-2005

Canadian Association for Information and Library Science annual conference research papers referee, 2001.

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Section on Management and Marketing, Section on Education and Training and Universite de Montreal International Seminar on Education for Management and Marketing research papers referee, 2001.

Third International Research Forum on School Librarianship, International Association of School Librarianship and Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Humanities Department of Information Studies and Librarianship, research papers referee, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 1998.

Microsoft Corporation. The connected learning community: A new vision for technology in education. Draft version. External Reviewer. Marcy Monyer and Associates, Chicago, IL. 1997.

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and the International Association of School Librarianship. Guidelines for the education and training of school librarians. 2nd edition. External reviewer. IFLA/Unesco, 1995.

External examiner (with universities and dates)

University of Alberta. School of Library and Information Studies. Promotion and tenure, 2012.

McGill University. School of Library and Information Studies. Promotion to associate professor, 2011.

University of South Carolina. College of Communications and Information Science. Appointment as professor, 2003.

Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey. Promotion to distinguished university professor, 2003.

University of Hawaii. Department of Information and Computer Science. Promotion to professor, 2003.

University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA). School of Education and Information Studies. Promotion to professor, 2002.

University of South Carolina. College of Communications and Information Science. Promotion to professor, 2002.

University of Oklahoma. School of Library and Information Science. Promotion to professor, 2002.

University of South Carolina. College of Communications and Information Science. Promotion to professor, 2002

University of Oklahoma. School of Library and Information Science. Promotion to professor, 2002

University of Ibadan (Nigeria). Faculty of Education. Promotion to professor, 2001.

Rutgers University: The State University of New Jersey. Appointment to associate professor with tenure, 2001.

Syracuse University. School of Information Studies. Promotion to professor. December, 2000.

Bar-Ilan University (Israel). Promotion to professor, 2000.

Memorial University of Newfoundland. Department of Educational Administration. Promotion to professor, 2000.

University of Alberta. School of Library and Information Studies. Promotion to professor. 1999.

University of Hawaii. Department of Information and Computer Science. Promotion and tenure. 1999.

University of Toronto Faculty of Information Studies. Promotion and tenure, 1997

University of Oklahoma. School of Library and Information Studies. Promotion to professor, 1996

University of British Columbia. Department of Language Education. Promotion and tenure, 1996

University of Georgia. Department of Instructional Technology. Promotion and tenure, 1995

University of Alberta. Department of Elementary Education. Promotion and tenure, 1994

Brock University Faculty of Education, Master’s Thesis, 1992.

Simon Fraser University Faculty of Education, Master’s Thesis, 1991.

Doctoral Expert Panels–

Baghdadabad, Afsaneh Hazeri. (2009-2010). The implications of Knowledge Management for Library and Information Science education. Doctoral dissertation. RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. Expert Interviewee.

Marcoux, Elizabeth. (1996-1998). Information literacy standards Delphi validation study. Doctoral dissertation. University of Arizona. Panel member.

Winzenried, Arthur. (1996-1997).Information delivery 2000: A Delphi study. Doctoral dissertation. Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW. Panel member.

Sears, William. (1995-1996). School library media specialists’ roles and responsibilities in the future: A Delphi study. Doctoral dissertation. LaVerne University, California. Panel member.

Doyle, Christine S. (1991-1992). Development of a model of outcome measures for information literacy within the National Goals of 1990. Doctoral dissertation. Northern Arizona University. Panel member.

Henslowe, Shirley Anne. (1978). Development and validation of a basic library locational skills model for elementary school library, reading and social studies education. Doctoral dissertation. University of British Columbia. Panel Member.

Consultancies

Senior Partner

Ken Haycock & Associates Inc., 1992—

(2015). CEO Search Consultant, Kitchener (Ontario) Public Library Board.

(2015). Review of Organizational Structure. Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library.

(2015). Effective Board Governance. Greater Victoria (British Columbia) Public Library

(2015). Developing Leadership Capacity and Risk Management (Project LLEAD—Library Leadership Excellence and Development). Public Library InterLINK, Vancouver.

(2015). Review of Organizational Structure. Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library.

(2014). Developing Influence with Government. British Columbia Principals’ and Vice-principals’ Association.

(2013). Effective Board Governance. British Columbia Principals’ and Vice-principals’ Association.

(2013-2015). Rowen Littlefield Publishers. Washington, DC. Trends and Issues in Graduate Library and Information Science Education.

(2012). Oakville (Ontario) Public Library. Review of Organizational Structure.

(2012). Regina (Saskatchewan) Public Library. Search Consultant for Managers for Public Service Units.

(2012). Vancouver (British Columbia) Public Library. Review of Organizational Structure.

(2011). Canadian Urban Libraries Council. Competencies for Urban Public Librarians: Entry to CEO. Toronto.

(2011). Regina (Saskatchewan) Public Library. Search Consultant for Director for Public Services.

(2011). North Vancouver (British Columbia) City Library. Civic Engagement for Strategic Planning.

(2011). University of Alabama School of Library and Information Science. Strategic Planning.

(2011). University of Alberta School of Library and Information Studies. Strategic Planning.

(2011). King Township (Ontario) Public Library. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2011). University of British Columbia. Review of Library Budget Models and Priorities.

(2010). Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute. Evidence-based Program Redesign. With Ernie Ingles, Mary-jo Romaniuk and Cheryl Stenstrom.

(2010). University of Alberta. Succession Management for University Libraries.

(2009). Marigold Library System, Strathmore, Alberta. Search Consultant for Director and CEO,

(2009). The Alberta Library. Edmonton. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2009). McGill University (Montreal, Quebec). Search Consultant for Head Librarian, Nahum Gelber Law Library.

(2009). McGill University (Montreal, Quebec). Search Consultant for Head Librarian, Life Sciences Library.

(2008). British Columbia Library Association. Search Consultant for Executive Director.

(2008). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Library Manager, Upper Fraser Valley.

(2008). Alberta Provincial Law Libraries, The Law Society of Alberta and Alberta Justice, Edmonton, Alberta. Search Consultant for Director.

(2008). Aurora (Ontario) Public Library Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2007). Association for Library and Information Science Education. Strategic Planning.

(2007). Des Moines (Iowa) Public Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Director.

(2007). Ontario Library Association. Search Consultant for Executive Director.

(2007). Ontario Library Boards Association. Leadership by Design.

(2006). Unesco. Information Literacy: Building Capacity for Universities. Organized by the World Bank. Sponsored by the Hanoi University of Foreign Studies. Hanoi, Vietnam. Funded by Unesco.

(2006). Camosun College (British Columbia). Review of College Library.

(2006). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Legislative and Governance Review.

(2005). Calgary (Alberta) Public Library. Search Consultant for Assistant Director.

(2005). Government of Manitoba. Search Consultant for Director of the Public Library Services Branch.

(2006). Greater Victoria (British Columbia) Public Library Board. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2006). Fort McMurray (Alberta) Public Library Board. Search Consultant for Library Director.

(2006-2009). Ontario Library Boards Association. Consultant for Leadership Development programs and services for Effective Governance.

(2005). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Public Library. Search Consultant for Senior Manager, Information Technology.

(2005). Ottawa (Ontario) Public Library Board. Consultant and facilitator for Strategic Panning.

(2005-2011). Neal Schuman Publishers, New York. Trends and Issues in Graduate Library and Information Science Education.

(2002-2005). British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association. Consultant and leader trainer for Effective Board Governance.

(2004). Borden Ladner Gervais (Vancouver, BC) LLP. Search Consultant for Law Library Manager.

(2004). Wheatland (Saskatchewan) Regional Library Board. Interim Chief Executive Officer.

(2004). City of White Rock (British Columbia). Financial Review of Library Services.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Chief Administrative Officer.

(2004). Wheatland (Saskatchewan) Regional Library Board. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2004). Kitchener (Ontario) Public Library Board. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Library Manager, City and Township of Langley.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Library Manager, communities of the Upper Fraser Valley.

(2004). Kitchener (Ontario) Public Library Board. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Library Manager, City and Township of Langley.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Library Manager, communities of the Upper Fraser Valley.

(2004). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Library Manager, District of Mission.

(2004). Greater Victoria Public Library Board. Effective Board Governance through Community Development.

(2004). City of North Vancouver (British Columbia) Library Board. Strategic Planning.

(2004). Ontario Library Association. Board Governance and Community Development.

(2003). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Human Resources Development/Succession Management.

(2003). Brantford (Ontario) Public Library Board. Search Consultant for Chief Executive Officer.

(2003). Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Library Manager, Corporation of Delta.

(2003). Regina (Saskatchewan) Public Library. Search Consultant for Deputy Director.

(2003). Ohio Educational Library Media Association. “Student learning through Ohio school libraries” project (funded through the (U.S.) Institute of Museum and Library Services), International Advisory Panel.

(2003). Regina (SK) Public Library, Search Consultant for Deputy Director.

(2003). British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association. Board Governance and Leadership.

(2002). Fraser Valley (BC) Regional Library. Search Consultant for Library Manager for Corporation of Delta.

(2002). McGill University, Search Consultant for Head of McLennan Library (Associate University Librarian rank), Secondary Consultant for Gossage Sager, Chicago.

(2002). Fraser Valley (BC) Regional Library Columbia. Search Consultant for Library Manager for City of Abbotsford.

(2002). Association of Canadian Publishers. Impact of Teacher-librarians and School Libraries.

(2001). Stanford University/California State Library. Models for School District and Public Library Collaboration.

(2001). Lethbridge Public Library, Search Consultant for Director.

(2001). Vancouver (British Columbia) Board of Education. Role Clarification and Service Delivery for School Libraries.

(2000). Public Education Foundation. Enhancing Student Achievement. Washington, DC.

(1999-2000). Royal Roads University. M.Sc. in Knowledge Management. Advisory Board.

(1998-2000). Libraries Unlimited. School Library Media. Advisory Board.

(1998–2001). Rock Hill Press. Web Feet. Editorial Board.

(1998-1999). British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. Expert witness in arbitration hearing.

(1997-2000). Libraries Unlimited. Library and Information Science Annual. Advisory Board,

(1996–2000). Online–Offline: Themes and Resources Editorial Board, Rock Hill Press.

(1992). Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute. Program Design. With Ernie Ingles and Pat Cavill.

(1976–1994). Pierian Press. Index to Free Periodicals. Editorial Board.

(1993). Greater Victoria (BC) School District. Library Policy Review Advisory Committee.

(1980–1985). Bro-Dart Foundation, Elementary School Library Collection: A Guide to Books and Other Media. Canadian Representative on the Advisory Board.

(1975–1977). Methuen Publishers, Educational Consultant, Canadian Children’s Literature Project.

Other Service to the Community

British Columbia Coalition for School Libraries.

Interim chair and facilitator for development, 2003-2004

Established with community-based steering committee and executive, February, 2004.

British Columbia Library Leadership Council

Leader/Facilitator for six senior library leaders in British Columbia, monthly day-long problem-solving sessions. Intend to develop LA-based program in 2017.

British Columbia Library Trustees Association.

Parliamentarian for the annual general meeting at Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, May, 2003.

British Columbia School Trustees’ Association

Provincial Councillor, 1998-1999

Capilano University.

Chancellor, 2014-2015

Board of Governors, 2014-2015

Chair, Governance Committee, 2014-2015

Academic Senate, 2014-2015

Only external member of the Senate

Chancellor’s Circle [by donation], 2015-

Capilano University Foundation

Board, 2014-2015

Corporation of the District of West Vancouver

Councillor, 1999-2002

Acting Mayor, 2000 October-December, 2001 October-December, 2002 October-December

Select Committee on Official Community Plan, 2000-2002

Court of Revision, 1999-2002

General Services Committee, 1999-2001

Select Committee on Boulevards, 1999-2001

Select Committee on By-laws, 1999-2002

Select Committee on Horseshoe Bay Traffic, 1999-2000

Liaison to:

Community Services Advisory Commission, 2001-2002

North Shore Family and Youth Court Justice Committee, 1999-2001

North Shore Health Board, 1999-2002

North Shore Union Board of Health, 1999-2002

Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission, 1999-2001

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 1999-2001

Community Services Advisory Commission, 1992–1995

Guelph (Ontario) Public Library

Trustee, 1975–1976

M Private Residences Inc. Calgary, Alberta

Director, 2015-2016

Marketing Committee, 2015-2016

Membership Committee, 2015-2016

Northern Exposure to Library Leadership National Institute.

Guide/Mentor, 1994–

“…I enjoyed your presentations (and) find myself in awe of your facilitation skills at times, not to mention your courage at some mentor meetings…I look forward to the possibility of working together again…”—Fran Trehearne, Director, Office of Human Rights, University of Alberta, 1996

School District 39 (Vancouver, British Columbia)

Chaired a wide variety of community and professional committees from 1985–1992, such as District Advisory Committee on French Programs, Environmental Protection Coordinating Committee, Program and Staff Development Consultative Committee, Race Relations Advisory Committee and Sexism Action Committee

School District #45 (West Vancouver, British Columbia)

Chair, 1994-1997

“…we will miss your very helpful and active participation…you have always been very conscientious and insightful…We will miss your acute gift of appraisal into public education issues.”—Carole James, President, BC School Trustees’ Association

Chair, Education Committee, 1993–1994

Vice-Chair, Personnel and Communications Committee, 1993–1994

Board Representative to West Vancouver Community Services Advisory Commission, 1993–1995

Trustee, 1993-1999

University of Ottawa.

Advisory Council for British Columbia, 2003-2005

University of Toronto. Faculty of Information Studies.

Advisory Board, iSchool Institute, 2010-2012

West Vancouver Arts Centre Trust, (dba Kay Meek Centre for the Performing Arts), 2010-2013

Director, 2010—2013

Chair, Governance Committee, 2010—2011

Vice-Chair, 2010—2011

Chair, 2011—2013

West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, 1994–

West Vancouver Citizens’ for Good Government.

Board of Directors, 2003-2005

Chair and facilitator, West Vancouver Town Hall Meeting for local politicians, March, 2004.

West Vancouver-Garibaldi Provincial Liberal Riding Association

Executive Committee, 2004-2005, 2010-2012

West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast Federal Liberal Riding Association.

Executive Committee, 2003-2005, 2010-2012

West Vancouver Memorial Library Board, 1999-2001

Trustee, 1999-2001

Communications and Public Relations Committee, 1999-2001

West Vancouver Memorial Library Foundation of West Vancouver, 1999-2001

University Service

Service at the University of Southern California, 2012-

Marshal School of Business, 2012-

Director of Graduate Programs in Library and Information Management, 2012-

Director, Center for Library Leadership and Management, 2014-

Service at San Jose State University, 2005-2010

San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science

Director, 2005-2010

School Leadership and Organization Committee, Chair, 2005—2010

International Advisory Board, 2005-2010

Facilitator, Strategic Planning with Faculty/Staff, August-December, 2005, and annually.

American Library Association Student Chapter Co-Advisor, 2005-2006.

Host/Speaker. Alumni Receptions, American, California, Internet Librarian, Special Library Association annual conferences and special events.

State of the School Webcasts with Q&A, semi-annually.

Diversity Recruitment Fairs, San Jose Public Library/San Jose State University Library.

Established the School’s first endowments (eight) and graduating student awards.

College of Applied Sciences and Arts

Served with four deans in five years.

Facilitated strategic planning for the College and Department of Hospitality and Recreation Management, Department of Justice Studies, School of Journalism and Mass Communications and School of Social Work, 2009-2010

Dean Search Committee [elected], 2007-2008

College Executive Council, 2005—2010

University

Council of Chairs and Directors, 2005—2010

Academic Senate Program Planning Committee (College Representative), 2006-2009

Service at the University of British Columbia, 1992-2005

University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies

Director, 1992–1997, 1997–2002

Chair, School Leadership and Organization Team, 1992–1997, 1997–

• included chairs of SLAIS committees, student co-presidents and alumni association president

Chair, SLAIS Board of Visitors, 1993–1997, 1997-2002

• representatives of government, industry and the professions

Coordinator and Chair, Doctoral Studies Committee, 2001-2002

Special Libraries Association Student Chapter, inaugural Faculty Advisor, 1998-2002

Space Advisory Committee, 1993–1995

University of British Columbia

Review of the UBC Library

University representative to the External Review Team, June, 2003.

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Chair, Ph.D. Examination Committee, Interdisciplinary Studies

Review of the Museum of Anthropology (MoA)

Faculty of Arts representative to the External Review Team, 2001-2002.

“I particularly appreciate the thoroughness of your review, your clear identification of the strengths of the Museum, and the straightforwardness of your recommendations…Your committee’s report will be of great help…”—Anne Martin-Matthews, Dean

President’s Advisory Committee on the Selection of a Director for the School of Journalism, 1996–1997

Faculty of Arts

Cooperative Education Advisory Committee, 1999-2000

Search Committee for a Director of Cooperative Education, 1998-1999

Curriculum Council, 1997–1999

BA Into the World Committee, 1997–1999

Dean’s Advisory Committee for a Graduate Degree in Mass Communications, 1997–1998

Committee on Extra-Sessional Studies, 1996–1997

Strategic Planning Committee, 1993–1994, 1995–1996

Governor-General’s Awards Committee, 1993–1994

Faculty of Education

Department of Language Education Search Committee, 1994–1997

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Graduate Council, 1993–1996, 1998-2001

Dean’s Advisory Committee on Equity in Political Science, 1995–1996

Chair, New Programs and Curriculum Committee, 1994–1995

Chair, Curriculum Committee, 1992–1994

School of Social Work

Ad Hoc Review Committee on Promotion to Professor, 1994–1996

Senate

Senate Library Committee, 1992–1997, 1997–2002

Senate Curriculum Committee, 1993–1995

Sub-Committee on Applied Sciences, 1993–1995

Sub-Committee on Health Sciences, 1993–1995

Other service, including dates

Fundraising for the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, 1994–2002; tripled endowments to more than $1m

Donor Recognition

San Jose State University Tower Ambassador, 2010-.

University of British Columbia Chancellor’s Circle, 2013-

University of British Columbia Heritage Circle, 2013-

Awards and Honors

Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.) Honoris Causa, Capilano University, 2013. See commencement address here:

(a) Awards for Teaching

Phi Delta Kappa

PDK Young Leaders in Education, 1979

(one of three in Canada; one of 75 in North America)

(b) Awards for Scholarship

Beta Phi Mu (library science honour society for research and service)

University of Michigan School of Library and Information Studies Beta Phi Mu Award

(“exceptional professional promise”), 1976

selected for membership, 1974

Canadian College of Teachers

Fellow, 1993 (refereed; one of ten active in Canada)

selected for membership, 1980

Canadian School Library Association

Grolier Award for Research, 1995

Grolier Award for Research, 1980

Phi Delta Kappa (education honour society for teaching, research and service)

Outstanding Dissertation Award, UBC Chapter Nominee, 1992

selected for membership, 1977

San Jose State University

Outstanding Professor, School of Library and Information Science, 2009

for accomplishments in scholarship, teaching and service

Outstanding Professor, College of Applied Science and Arts, 2009

for accomplishments in scholarship, teaching and service

University of British Columbia

Merit Award, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993

Recognition and Retention Award, 2002, 1999

(c) Awards for Service

American Association of School Librarians

Baker and Taylor Distinguished Service Award, 1996

American Library Association

Ken Haycock Award for Promoting Librarianship, 2003—

annual award established by resolution of the Council of the American Library Association

Herbert and Virginia White Award, 2001

for significant contributions to the public recognition and appreciation of the profession of librarianship

Association for Library and Information Science

Professional Contributions to Education Award, 2010

for regular and sustained service that promotes and strengthens the broad area of library/information science education through the holding of appropriate offices and positions within the profession, contributions which promote and enhance the status of library and information science education; leadership and initiative in dealing with issues related to library/information science education

Service Award, 2008

Beta Phi Mu

Outstanding Contributions to Education, 2010

presented to a library school faculty member or to an individual for distinguished service to education in librarianship

See: Dynamic doers – Ken Haycock: Mentor to students. American Libraries, 41(9), September, 2010, p. 26

British Columbia Library Association

Helen Gordon Stewart Award, 2005

given “infrequently to recognize an outstanding or important career in librarianship involving a visible or readily identifiable achievement that bring honour to the entire profession.”

Ken Haycock Student Conference Award, 1999—

annual award established by the BCLA Executive Committee to enable graduate students to attend conferences

British Columbia School Trustees’ Association

Certificate of Honour, 1999

British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association

Distinguished Service Award, 1989

Ken Haycock Professional Development Award, 1985—

annual award established by the BCTLA Table Officers to support professional development and continuing education

Canadian Library Association

Honorary Life Member, 1992

Outstanding Service to Librarianship in Canada, 1991

Ken Haycock Award for Promoting Librarianship, 2007—

annual award established by resolution of the Council of the Canadian Library Association

Canadian School Library Association

Distinguished School Administrator Award, 1989

“..established major school improvement and curriculum implementation initiatives which emphasized…the leadership role of the teacher-librarian.”— Canadian School Library Association citation

Margaret B. Scott Award of Merit, 1979

“…blessed with high intellect, ambition and an educational idealism…rise as the most well-known librarian in Canada…has created a national awareness of libraries and librarians through methods previously the preserve of the industrial world…his word has become the word…Ken Haycock is a high water mark…”—Canadian School Library Association citation

Governor-General of Canada

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal, 1977

“…an expression of appreciation of worthy and devoted service...and of the esteem in which (you) are held by your associates….”—Governor-General citation

International Association of School Librarianship

Ken Haycock Leadership Development Grant, 2000—

annual award established by the IASL Executive Committee to enable leaders in developing countries to attend international conferences

Ontario Library Association (OLA)

Larry Moore Award for Outstanding Service, 2015

Honourary life membership, 2015

The work done must be seen as significant by members from more than one type of library. This award is presented on an irregular basis.

San Jose State University

Ken Haycock Award in Library and Information Science, 2008—

annual award established by the Academic Senate for exceptional leadership by a graduating student who also serves as convocation speaker

University of British Columbia

Ken Haycock Award in Library and Information Studies, 2002—

annual award established by the University Senate for exceptional leadership by a graduating student

Other Awards/Distinctions

Edmonton Public Library

Leader-in-Residence, September, 2012

selected for—

Canadian who’s who: A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women. Edited by K. Simpson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Annually since 1980.

Something about the author. Thomson Gale. Annually since 1972.

Who’s who in America. Willamette, IL: Marquis. Annually since 1978.

Who’s who in American education. Willamette, IL: Marquis. Annually since 1993.

Who’s who in library and information services. J. Lee (Ed.). Chicago: American Library Association, 1982.

Who’s who in the West. New Providence, NJ: Marquis. Annually since 2001.

Who’s who in the world. New Providence, NJ: Marquis. Annually since 2004.

Special Accomplishments and Other Recognition not included above

Quoted in:

Mile, S. (2015 March 10). Library Innovation and Futures. Interviewed for 90.3 FM Sacramento

Putnam, L. (2012 November-December). Writing for civilians. American Libraries 43(11-12), 38-41.

McMahon, R. (2006 August 17). No more storytimes. Georgia Straight. Last retrieved August 20, 2006 from

Smith. D. G. (2006 July 23). County library is essential source of public education. Port Huron Times Herald. Last accessed July 23, 2006 from

Overley, J. (2006). “Libraries take a page from the business world.” Orange County Register, p.1. Last accessed March 06. 2006 from

Reprinted:

The Arbiter: Boise State’s Independent Student Newspaper. Available:

(2005 May 05). “School libraries face cost crunch.” Globe and Mail. p. A2.

(2005 May 04). “School libraries underfunded, StatsCan reports.” CTV National News interview.

See also the Crisis in Canada’s School Libraries for more than thirty media interviews.

Recognized in:

(2005). “Librarians throughout California are thrilled to have this prolific writer, editor and publisher talking a leadership role in education, libraries and information literacy. Dr. Haycock is truly a renaissance man.”

Kastanis. P. Movers and shakers. CSLA Journal, 29(1), 5.

(2005). “…the wonderful research…of such ….luminaries…as Ken Haycock…”.

Abram, S. Once more with feeling: What does information literacy look like in the Google world? Multimedia & Internet@Schools 12(3). 18-21.—

(2005). “Frequently, I refer to my dog-eared copy of Foundations for effective school library media programs, edited by Ken Haycock.

Anderson, M. How you lead depend on what you read! MultiMedia & Internet@Schools 12(1), Retrieved from EBSCOHost Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts with Full Text. April 06, 2006.

(2005). The heart and soul of library leadership. Scarecrow Press, 2005.

Interviewed by author Dr. Donna Brockmeyer-Klebaum for profile as an “established and celebrated library leader.”

(2005). “This article reflects the Three Hills Municipal library Board re-thinking after attending Dr. Ken Haycock’s workshop at Marigold in May. Library trustees provide leadership to community, Letter of the LAA, No. 148 (Fall, 2005), p. 17.

(2004). Presented with special recognition as a “Library Advocate Extraordinaire” with “heartfelt thanks” Sally Gibson, president of the BC Library Trustees’ Association at their annual conference.

(2003). “Dr. Ken Haycock has done it again with a very constructive and detailed presentation to move boards to a totally new concept of visualizing the role and responsibility of library boards as community development agencies.”

Bob Allen, President, Ontario Library Boards Association, InsideOLBA, 2.

(2003). “To say that the forum was thought-provoking challenging and a real eye-opener is understatement in grand proportion.”

Report on OLTA Leadership Forum by Dr. Ken Haycock. InsideOLTA. 9. 2 page special insert. Swartz, J. (Winter 2003). The library board in community development: OLTA Leadership Forum.

(2002). “Ken Haycock, Canada’s foremost library visionary…”

Peter Rogers, President, Ontario Library Trustees’ Association and Chair, Hamilton Public Library Board in letter to all Board chairs in Ontario, August, 2002

(2002). “Haycock is an immensely likable man and…has made an important contribution in his one term as councilor. Previously he was a West Vancouver school trustee.”

Trevor Lautens. There is no stopping MP Reynolds. North Shore News, October 4, 2002, 6.

(2002). “Ken Haycock’s vision of a ‘community development’-oriented library requires a shift in thinking for the chief librarians/chief executive officers that serve library boards [as well as] the Ontario Library Trustees’ Association and the role of the public library in the community…” (sole presenter during four hour provincial videoconference which led to a revised strategic plan and vision for public libraries and their boards in Ontario)

“OLTA position paper: Ontario library boards in the 21st century”. Access: The Magazine of the Ontario Library Association (Fall, 2002), 39-40.

(2002). “Ken Haycock…noted school library advocate and scholar…”

Cavill, P. (2002). From the president’s desk. Letter of the LAA, 135, pp. 3-4.

(2002). “Ken Haycock…Canada’s leading authority on school libraries…”

Lorinc, J. The crisis in school libraries: Q&Q special report. Quill and Quire, 68(2), 18-20, 27. —“

(2001). “The range of Dr. Haycock’s accomplishments is staggering… His contributions to the OLA are legion and we are delighted that he, once more, is contributing his experience, expertise and ideas to this new look at library board leadership.”

InsideOLTA, 7(Autumn), 4.

(2001). “Your contribution [to the proposed Ontario Public Library] is immeasurable! We may still not have it completely right, but we were completely wrong. You [as the consultant] were the sober opinion that shook our complacency. Again, I thank you for that.”

Steve Salmon, CEO, Windsor Public Library and Chair, Steering Committee for the Ontario Public Library, November, 2001.

(2001). Dattilo, M. & Saltman, J. Forty years of library education: The School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1961-2001. Vancouver: SLAIS. 44 pp.—Interviewed for 40th anniversary book.

(2001). Nominated for President of the American Library Association, the oldest and largest [61,000 members] library association in the world, the first Canadian resident nominated since 1926. [one of two official nominees]

(2001). Through the golden mirror: Fifty years of AASL: AASL celebrating 50 years, 1951-2001. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, 2001. [CD-ROM]

(2001). Haycock returns to teaching, reflects on LIS education [interview]. Library Hotline, September 24, 6

(1999). “The Haycock legacy to information literacy in Australia is recognition of the institutional responsibility, not the librarian’s alone.”

Maureen Nimon, associate professor, University of South Australia.

(1999). “Paramount in that generation [1970s] was Ken Haycock…He has never looked back. His ideas and forthright leadership have continued to inspire us ever since…[he shared] a passion for libraries and education, and a personal selflessness…”

Moore, L. Past, present, future reflections. The Teaching Librarian (Ontario School Library Association) 7(1), 5.—“

(1999). Quoted in: Practitioners, educators seek library’s place in professional education, April 30-May 1, in Washington, American Libraries, May.

(1998). Quoted in: La place de bibliotheque scolaires. Le Devoir, August 17, A7.

(1997). Quoted in: Lewngton, Jennifer. (1997). The Learning Beat: School libraries ponder solutions to budget crunch. Globe and Mail, 1997 November 24, A09.

(1997). “... Ken Haycock, the originator... of the concept of Cooperative Program Planning and Teaching (CPPT). This concept was ... to have a major impact on Australian teacher librarians.”

Bundy, A. Widened Horizons: The rural school community libraries of South Australia. Adelaide, South Australia: Auslib, 1997. p. 6. Based on the author’s doctoral dissertation.—

(1996). Phillips, G. Ken Haycock: A cyberspace interview. Teacher & Librarian; Journal of the Australian School Library Association (New South Wales). No. 123, pp. 4–5.

(1995). “…his extraordinary achievements at an early age in both librarianship and education…”

Haigh, S. Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute. National Library News 22(1), 15.

(1995). Grolier Award for research in School Librarianship in Canada: Dr. Ken Haycock. School Libraries in Canada 15(3), 5.

(1995). Nimon, M. Research in School librarianship: The role of the International Assocation of School Librarianship. IASL Newsletter 24(4), 1-4.

(1994). NBTA Council profiles Ken Haycock. Resources XXII(2), 10-11.

(1993). Vancouver educator nationally recognized. Education Leader: News and Views on Education. 6(19), 9. British Columbia School Trustees’ Association.

(1992). Lighthall, L. People: A conversation with Ken Haycock [interview]. School Libraries in Canada 12(3), 52-54.

(1991). Outstanding Service to Librarianship Award 1991: Citation. Canadian Library Journal 48(4), 240-241.

(1986). Directory of library & information professionals. Woodbridge, CN: Research Publications in collaboration with the American Library Association. Volume 1, 515.

(1984). The ALA yearbook of library and information services: A review of library events 1983. Chicago, IL: American Library Association. Volume 9 (1984), 97, 302. 0-8389-0413-0.

(1982). Contemporary authors: A bio-bibliographic guide to current writers in fiction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures, television, and other fields. Volume 104, 203. Detroit: Gale.

(1981). Phi Delta Kappan 62(5), 342.

(1979). New tactics for school librarians. [interview]. Quill and Quire, 45(12), 10, 20.

(1979). School Library Media Quarterly, 6. Fall

(1979). Margaret B. Scott Award of Merit: Kenneth Roy Haycock. Moccasin Telegraph, 22 (Fall), 7, 29.

(1978). The ALA yearbook: A review of library events 1977. Chicago, IL: American Library Association. Volume 3 (1978), 63, 64, 81, 82.

(1978). Library Journal, 103(16), 1705.

(1977). Ken Haycock: A PR president for CLA. Quill and Quire, 43(8), 6, 20.

(1977). Biography index: A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 10 (September, 1973–August, 1976). New York: H. W. Wilson, 1977.

(1977). Western News. September

(1976). Libraries–Vital education factor. Kerrisdale Courier, 4. October 15

(1976). Haycock selected for special award. Guelph Life. May 20

(1976). Haycock named outstanding educator. Feliciter, 22(5), 4

(1974). Library Front-liners—Ken Haycock: Rising star in school librarianship. Wilson Library Bulletin, 49(3), 216–217.

references have also appeared in American Libraries, BC Business, Georgia Straight, Library Hotline, Library Journal, Library Juice (electronic) and School Library Journal, among others

several references to community service also in Education Leader, the North Shore News, the Vancouver Sun and Province and the Victoria Times-Colonist

Also: Interviews for Association for Library Collections and Technical Services News, Black Caucus of ALA [electronic], College and Research Libraries News [Meet the candidates for ALA President: Maurice J. (Mitch) Freedman, Ken Haycock and William Sannwald, March, 2000, 62(3), 310-316; Library Journal, [electronic], Spanish in Our Libraries [electronic].

Publications

Books

(2008). & B. Sheldon (Eds.) The portable MLIS: Insights from the experts. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Includes How to Think Like a Librarian: An Introduction (pp. xv-xix) and Issues and Trends (pp. 204-221). Selected review excerpts:

“Centuries of expertise between two covers” [and] “because it’s intended as a basic guide for the beginner and layperson the book is refreshingly jargon-free.” American Libraries 39(10), 62. [Adopted as an introductory text in many graduate programs.]

(2007). The board chair. BC Library Trustees Association. 32 pp.

(2006). The effective board member: A handbook for public library trustees in British Columbia. BC Library Trustees Association. 52 pp.

(2003). With Dober, M. & Edwards, B. The Neal-Schuman authoritative guide to kids’ search engines, subject directories and portals. New York: Neal Schuman. 226 pp. Selected review excerpts:

“This book is the only one of its kind…an important resource.”—Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28(3), 117-119.

“…highly recommended.”—American Reference Books Annual

“…useful…well-organized…purchase two copies.”—Public Libraries

“…comprehensive title…use it to educate faculty and staff…”—Library Media Connection

“Useful for any school or public librarian who wants to better serve his or her students using the Internet.”—Booklist

“Useful for librarians, teachers and parents…”—Reference and Research Book News

“For every librarian who works with youth…”--VOYA

(1999). (Ed.) Foundations for effective school library media programs. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. 330 pp. 1-56308-720-0 (cloth); 1-56308-368-X (paper). Selected review excerpts:

“A comprehensive and well-written manual that will render valuable service in any library school or school library. Highly recommended.”—Book Report, 18 (September/October, 1999), 76. Also: Library Talk (September/October, 1999), 56.

“…persuasively explains how the role of the teacher-librarian has expanded…strongly recommended…as well, it should be in university/college collections where teachers are being educated.”—The Bookmark 41(2), 136-137.

“…can be added to the list of definitive works in the field…”—International Association of School Librarianship (IASL), October, 1999,

“…pulls together some of the best research in the area…Forward thinking in its approach, many of the works are based in leadership ideology and change theory. As well as being theoretical, there is a pragmatic approach…All of the essays are well researched, developed and written, with some of the best being by the editor himself…an excellent piece…”—Library and information science annual, volume 7 (1999), 241.

“Authors include many luminaries…An excellent collection…”—Dr. David Loertscher’s professional materials for school library media specialists, LMC Source (electronic), , accessed December 12, 2001 (starred review).

“This is a packed, methodical and thought-provoking work…detailed and analytical…Haycock’s book has much to offer…”—Orana (Australian Library and Information Association), November, 2000, 34.

“If you are looking for some of the best articles…written by recognized leaders…who blend a strong research base with practical suggestions for improving student learning…a wonderful collection…should be in every professional collection…will also make a wonderful text…”—Resource Links: Connecting classrooms, libraries and Canadian learning resources 5(2), 34.

“This compilation provides not only an overview of the key components of program development and implementation but also practical suggestions for working collaboratively with classroom teachers and administrators.—School Library Journal.

“Demonstrates how educators can make the library media program a more dynamic and successful part of the teaching process.”—Research Book News.

“…Haycock has also contributed and his name alone will recommend this book to many…”—Voice of Youth Advocates 22(5), 364.

Selected for the Senior High School Library Catalog (recommended titles). H.W. Wilson Co:, 2000. Supplement, p. 6.

(1999). (Ed.) Information literacy. Special issue of NASSP Bulletin: The Journal for Middle Level and High School Leaders 83. 90 pp. (44,000 subscribers). Eleven articles, six by researchers. Includes:

(1999). Information literacy: Making effective use of resources (introduction). pp. 1-2.

(1999). Fostering collaboration, leadership and information literacy: Common behaviors of uncommon principals and faculties. pp. 82-87.

(1997). & Woolls, B. (Eds.). School librarianship: International issues and perspectives. Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. 258 pp. Selected review excerpts:

“…highly recommended…truly a commendable celebration…”—Emergency Librarian 25(4), 40-41.

“…the papers represent a convergence of issues and perspectives around the world…the viewpoints represent current research and best practice…”—Library and Information Science Annual, volume 7 (1999), 216.

“…well worth looking over…Ken Haycock’s thoughtful article on ‘research in teacher-librarianship’…—(U.K.) Library Association Record 100(12), x.

(1997). & Lighthall, L. (Eds.). Information rich but knowledge poor? Emerging issues for schools and libraries worldwide; Research and professional papers presented at the 26th annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, held in conjunction with the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 06–11, 1997. Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship, 378 pp.

(1994). The Emergency Librarian index, volumes 1–20, 1973–1993. Seattle, WA: Rockland Press. 332 pp. 0-920175-12-0. Selected review excerpt:

“…this work fills the bill.”—American Reference Book Annual, volume 27 (1996), 360.

(1992). What works: Research about teaching and learning through the school’s library resource center. Seattle, WA: Rockland Press. 244 pp. 0-920175-06-6. Selected review excerpts:

“…[a] classic…”—Dan Barron in School Library Media Activities Monthly XVI(7), 51.

“…displays the results of research…in a manner that is easy to use…”—The Bookmark 35(1), 165.

“…a thorough research investigation…”—CM: A Reviewing Journal of Canadian Materials for Young People 21, 124.

“…Haycock’s book is a winner…”—School Library Journal 40, 38.

“…quick access to research findings…research is now at my fingertips…”—Voice of Youth Advocates 16(6), 407.

“…every school needs a copy…”—Wingspan, 10(2), 57.

“…should serve as a model for similar summaries of doctoral research…”—Wilson Library Bulletin 68, 104.

“Ken Haycock [section]…Haycock’s valuable publication makes research accessible to the library media specialist…” Kearney, C. A. (2000). Curriculum partner: Redefining the role of the library media specialist. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press. p. xxii.

(1990). (Ed.) Program advocacy: Power, publicity and the teacher-librarian. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. 105 pp. Selected review excerpts:

“…will convince you that you must make the time for program advocacy and then give you the skills to carry it out…”—Access: Journal of the Australian School Library Association 5(1), 45-46.

“…considered a must purchase…”—Canadian Library Journal 48(2), 143.

“…Haycock…staunch champion of resource-based learning in schools…”—Voice of Youth Advocates 14, 69.

(1990). (Ed.) The school library program in the curriculum. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. 169 pp. Selected review excerpts:

“…quote from it whenever possible…”—Access: The Journal of the Australian School Library Association 5(1), 46.

“…collections of a high quality.”—Australian Library Review (1994), 301-302.

“…an extremely valuable summary of the role of school libraries in the school and the curriculum…should be essential reading…”—Canadian Library Journal 48(2), 142-143.

“…some of the best writing from a number of the most astute thinkers in the field…”—International Association of School Librarianship 20(1), 13.

“…should be required reading for all school librarians…”—School Library Media Quarterly 19(4), 241.

(1984). & C. Haycock. (Eds.). Kids and libraries. Vancouver, BC: Dyad Services. 229 pp. Selected review excerpts:

“…liveliest professional reading in our field…”—Australian School Librarian (December, 1984), 131.

“All members of the educational team can use this book effectively and should read it with highlighter in hand.”—Curriculum Review 24(5), 36.

“For an Issues course in Children’s Literature , it is a ‘must’…”—Language Arts 62, 892.

“…overview of current research and practice…”—Library and Information Research News 7(25), 16.

“…a book that anyone interested in library services for children and young people should not miss…stimulating and informative…deserves the widest circulation…”—New Zealand Libraries 44(11).

“…highly recommended…”—Orana (Australian Library and Information Association) 21(1).

“…librarians who work with young people should have a copy on their shelves…”—Quill and Quire 51(6), 22.

“…valuable addition to the literature…”—Riverina Library Review 1(3), 12.

“…purchase a copy, loan it to a couple of other teacher librarians then get together to talk about it.”—Society of Mass Media and Resource Technology Journal 1984.

“…useful teaching tool for any librarianship program…”—Voice of Youth Advocates 8, 203.

(1982). & Lighthall, L. Sears list of subject headings: Canadian companion. New York, NY: H. W. Wilson, 1978.

Second edition, 1982. 52 pp. 0-8242-0691-6.

(third edition (1987) and subsequent editions by Prof. Lighthall)

(1982). Education for school librarianship in Canada. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Library Association. 78 pp.

(1979). (Ed.) School libraries (special issue). Emergency Librarian 6(5–6).

(1977). Free magazines for teachers and libraries. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Library Association, 1974. 139 pp. Second edition, 1977. 0-88969-007-3. Supplement, 1978. 0-88969-018-9.

Excerpts and updates published as

(1978). Free periodicals in home economics for teachers and libraries. THESA Journal 16(1), 66–69.

(1977). Free magazines on Canadian studies for teachers and libraries. The History and Social Science Teacher, 13(4), 253–267. Juried.

(1977). Free science magazines for teachers and libraries. BC Science Teacher, 19(2), 26– 30.

(1977). Freebies. The Revolting Librarian 4(3), 17–19.

(1974). Thirty free magazines for environmental studies. Moccasin Telegraph, 16(2), 15– 16.

(1975). Index to the contents of Moccasin Telegraph. Ottawa: Canadian School Library Association. 77 pp.

Chapters

(original chapters only; chapter reprints listed elsewhere with the original article)

(In press). Haycock, K. Collaboration and student achievement: Educating for leadership and sustainability. In Mardis, M. Librarians and educators collaborating for success: The international perspective. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited, 2016.

(2010) Leadership from the middle: Building influence for change. In S. Coatney (Ed.). The many faces of school library leadership (pp. 1-12). Westport, CT: Greenwood. Invited/Lead Chapter.

(2008). Building the world’s largest MLIS program (pp. 36-45). Library and Book Trade Almanac: The Bowker Annual. 53rd edition. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

(2005). From the administrator’s perspective. In J. Valenza (Ed.), Super searchers go to school: Sharing online strategies with K-12 students, teachers, and librarians (pp. 161-175), edited by R. Basch. Medford, NJ: Information Today.—Interviewed for chapter profile as a leader in information technology and literacy. Reprinted:

Valenza, J. (2006). Library media specialists and the future: A conversation with Ken Haycock. MultiMedia & Internet@Schools, 13(1), 11-15.

(2005). Brockmeyer-Klebaum, D. Sibyl's shoulders: Seeking soul in library leadership. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.—Interviewed for chapter profile as an “established and celebrated library leader.”

(2005). Librarianship: Intersecting perspectives from the academy and from the field. In N. Horrocks (Ed.), Perspectives, insights and priorities: 17 leaders speak freely of librarianship (pp. 63-72). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Shorter version appeared as:

(2005). Education for librarianship: Intersecting perspectives from the academy and from the field. Feliciter 51(1),18-22.

(2005). Systems and information literate school communities.” In J. Henri and M. Asselin (Eds.), Leadership issues in the information literate school community (pp. 177-186). Libraries Unlimited. Also published by Charles Sturt University Center for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga, Australia.

(2006). Association for Library and Information Science Education. In D. Bogart (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 208-212). 51st edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(2003). Research in school library programs: Linking teacher-librarians, school libraries and student achievement. In Asselin, M., Branch, J., & Oberg, D. (Eds.), Achieving information Standards for school library programs in Canada (pp. 63-73). Ottawa: Canadian School Library Association and the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada.

(2002). With Mallette, M. & Olsen, A. Applying the principles of intellectual freedom: A cross-cultural perspective. In D. Bogart, (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 257-267). 47th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(2001). Blocking access: A report on the use of Internet filters in North American schools. In D. Bogart, (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 233-244). 46th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(2001). & Horodyski, J. Innovation and issues in Canadian libraries, 2000. In D. Bogart, (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 190-199). 46th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(2000). & Moore, H. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1994-1999. In D. Bogart, (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 240-247). 45th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker. ISBN 0-8352-4324-9. Précis:

(2000). & Moore, H. Trends in library and information services in Canada, 1994-1999: A précis. Feliciter 46(5), pp. 252-255.

(1999). & Oh, M. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1998. In Bogart, D. (Ed.). The Bowker annual library and book trade almanac (pp. 223-233). 44th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(1999). With Chapin, B. & Bruce, D. Information age dilemma: filtering the Internet for young people. In Bogart, D. (Ed.). The Bowker annual library and book trade almanac. 44th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker. pp. 235-265. See also:

(1999). Chapin, B. Filtering the internet for young people: The comfortable pew is a thorny throne. Teacher Librarian: The journal for school library professionals 26(5), 18-22;

and

(1999). Bruce, D. Filtering the Internet for young people: Products and problems. Teacher Librarian: The journal for school library professionals 26(5), 13-17

(1999). The Congress on graduate professional education: Issues, process, recommendations. In B. Wynar (Ed.), Library and information science annual (pp. 12-22) volume 7, 1999. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Selected review excerpt:

“…essential reading for educators around the globe.”—Library Link…Current Awareness for the Information Professional (electronic), MCB University Press (UK), , accessed September 22, 2002.

(1999). & Curry, A. Doctoral dissertations in Library and Information Studies: Identification, documentation, and analysis 1997. In B. Wynar (Ed.), Library and information science annual (pp. 277-296) volume 7, 1999. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

(1998). Global relevance through sustained achievement: Progress and contributions of the International Association of School Librarianship. In de la Penn McCook, K., Ford, B. & Lippincott, K. (Eds.), Libraries: Global reach/local touch (pp. 173-180). Chicago: American Library Association. Selected review excerpt:

“Haycock gives a lucid case study…”—Feliciter (Canadian Library Association) 3, 185.

(1998). & Dodd, F. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1997. In Bogart, D. (Ed.), The Bowker annual library and book trade almanac (pp. 231-240). 43rd edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(1998). & Curry, A. Doctoral dissertations in Library and Information Studies: Identification and documentation, 1988–1996. In B. Wynar (Ed.), Library and information science annual (pp. 185-268). Volume 6. 1998. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

(1997). The International Association of School Librarianship: Twenty-five years of professional and research contributions. Index to the IASL conference proceedings 1972–1996—Part I: Author index; Part II: Subject index. In K. Haycock & B. Woolls (Eds.), School librarianship: International issues and perspectives. (pp. 193–231). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. 258 pp.

(1997). & Chow, D. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1996. In D. Bogart (Ed. ). The Bowker annual library and book trade almanac (pp. 220–228). 42nd edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(1996). School library media programs. In P. Wilson (Ed. ), The professional collection for elementary educators (pp. 12–30). New York, NY: H. W. Wilson.

(1996). & Brigham, D. Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1995. In D. Bogart (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 205–212). 41st edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(1995). Trends and issues in library and information services in Canada, 1994. In C. Barr (Ed.), The Bowker annual: Library and book trade almanac (pp. 92–98). 40th edition. New York: R. R. Bowker.

(1994). Principle: Institute a vigorous program of education and retraining. In S. Bareham (Ed.), TQM: What public education can learn from total quality managers (pp. 77–88). Vancouver, BC: British Columbia School Superintendents’ Association.

(1994). School board members–School library media programs in learning: A positive link. In J. Pitts (Ed.), Using Kaleidoscope: New visions for school library media programs. (pp. 30–33). Chicago, IL: American Association of School Librarians/Follett Software Company. 0-695-62014-2.

(1988). Whole language issues and implications. In J. B. Smith (Ed.), School library media annual 1988 (pp. 15–19), vol. 6, Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Reprinted:

(1989). Whole language issues and implications. Emergency Librarian 17(2), 22–26.

(1985). School library services. In A. Gagnon and A. Gagnon (Eds.), Meeting the challenge: Library services to young adults (pp. 31–41). Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Library Association. 0-88802-193-3.

(1979). Combined school/public libraries: Some basic considerations (prologue). In L. J. Amey (Ed.), The Canadian school-housed public library, (pp. 7–10). Halifax, NS: Dalhousie University School of Library and Information Studies. 0-77030-159-2.

Other

(2003). & Horodyski, J. Eleanor Ahlers. In D. Davis (Ed.), Dictionary of American Library Biography (pp. 1-2). Second supplement. Libraries Unlimited.

Also:

(2003). In M. Miller (Ed.), Pioneers and leaders in library services to youth: A biographical dictionary (pp. 1-2). Westport, CN: Libraries Unlimited.

(1998). & Harrell, R. Preface. In Association of School Librarians/ Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Prep.), Information power: Building partnerships for learning (pp. v-vii). Chicago: American Library Association.

(1998). Foreword. In R. Doiron & J. Davies, Students, teachers and the school library (pp. xi–xii). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

(1997). Introduction. In K. Haycock & B. Woolls (Eds.), School librarianship: International issues and perspectives. (pp. v-viii). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship.

(1993). Foreword. In L. Lighthall and M. Kogon, The Canadian library handbook. (pp. xix–xxi). Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Conference Proceedings

(2007). New and emerging information and communication technologies: Implications for teacher-librarians and school libraries. In Cyberspace, D-world and E-learning: Giving libraries and schools the cutting edge. Paper presented to the annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, July 16-20, 2007, Taipei, Taiwan.. Co-published with the Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the National Taiwan Normal University Graduate School of Library and Information Studies. Taipei, Taiwan: International Association of School Librarianship.CD-ROM.

(2002). Strategic directions and newer dilemmas for teacher-librarians and school library resource centres. In D. Singh et al (Ed.), School libraries for a knowledge society; Proceedings of the 31st annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship and the sixth international forum on research in school librarianship (pp. 141-152), August 05-09, 2002, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

Reprinted:

(2002). School Libraries in Canada 22(2), 14-18.

(2001). Continuing professional education: Towards evidence-based practice. In Woolls, B. & Sheldon, B. (Eds.) Developing lifelong continuing professional education across space and time: The fourth world conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions (pp. 1-8). Munchen: K. G. Saur. Refereed.

(2001). Blocking access to information and ideas: The use of Internet filtering software and levels of satisfaction in North America. In E. Howe (Ed.), Information literacy: The key to success. Paper presented to the annual international research forum of the International Association of School Librarianship, pp. 121-132, August 04-11, 2000, Malmo, Sweden. Refereed.

(2000). Information literacy as a key connector for all libraries: What all librarians can learn from teacher librarians. In D. Booker (Ed.), Concept, challenge, conundrum: From library skills to information literacy; Proceedings of the fourth national information literacy conference conducted by the University of South Australia Library and the Australian Library and Information Association Information Literacy and Special Interest Group, 3-5 December, 1999 (pp. 15-24). Adelaide, SA: University of South Australia Library. Refereed.

(2000). The Congress on Professional Education in North America. Paper presented to the annual conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, August 13-18, 2000, Jerusalem, Israel. 12 pp. Paper Code: 146-156-E. Refereed.

Also:

(2000). Le congres sur l’enseignement professionel en Amerique du Nord. Paper Code: 146-156-F. (translation)

(1999). & Cavill, P. Connecting marketing and implementation research and library program development: A case study of the implementation of national (U.S.) guidelines and standards. In L. Lighthall and E. Howe (Eds.), Unleash the power! Knowledge-technology-diversity; Papers presented at the third annual forum on research in school librarianship (pp. 5-37). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. ISBN 1-89861-23-5. Refereed.

(1998). Students’ information literacy needs: Competencies for teacher-librarians in the twenty-first century. In S. Shoham & M. Yitzhaki (Eds.), Education for all: Culture, reading and information; Selected papers of the 27th annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, July 5-10, 1998 (pp. 81-89). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

(1997). Applying principles for effective staff development to large urban public library systems in Canada: Intersections of research with the knowledge, beliefs and practices of public library directors. In N. O. Pors (Ed.), Human development: Competencies for the twenty-first century; Papers from the IFLA CPERT Third World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library an Information Science Professions, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 27–29, 1997 (pp. 316–323). A publication of the Continuing Education Round Table (CPERT) of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Munchen: K. G. Saur. Refereed.

(1997). The impact of scheduling on cooperative program planning and teaching (CPPT) and information skills instruction: A comparison between Canadian and American elementary schools. In D. Adcock (Ed.), School library imperatives for the 21st century; Selected papers from the 25th anniversary conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, July 28–August 02, 1996 (pp. 1–7). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

(1996). Teacher-librarianship: Bridging the gap between research and practice. In J. Webb (Ed.), Sustaining the vision; Selected papers from the 24th annual conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Worcester College of Education, Worcester, England, July 17–21, 1995 (pp. 11–17). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

(1995). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. In D. Adcock (Ed.), Literacy: Traditional, cultural, technological; Selected papers from the 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, School of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (pp. 94–103). Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

Reprinted:

(1997). Research in teacher-librarianship and the implementation of change. In K. Haycock & B. Woolls (Eds.), School librarianship: International issues and perspectives (pp. 69–79). Seattle, WA: International Association of School Librarianship.

(1996). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. In L. A. Clyde (Ed.), Sustaining the vision: A collection of articles and papers on research in school librarianship (pp. 13–22). San Jose, CA: Hi Willow Research and Publishing.

(1995). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. School Library Media Quarterly, 23, 227–233. Also refereed.

(1994). Research imperatives for information professionals: Developing foundations for effectiveness. In D. Barron, R. Grover and D. Loertscher (Eds.), Future scenarios for school library media programs. (pp. 105–123). Proceedings of the Treasure Mountain V Research Retreat, Brown County, Indiana, November 08, 1994. San Jose, CA: Hi Willow Research and Publishing. Refereed.

(1995). Research imperatives for information professionals: Developing foundations for effectiveness. In B. Morris (Ed.), School library media annual 1995. Volume 13 (Chapter 15, pp. 113–126). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Refereed.

(1993). Research in professional and staff development in education: A synthesis with implications for library and information science professionals. In B. Woolls (Ed.), Continuing professional education and IFLA: Past, present and a vision for the future, papers from the IFLA CPERT Second World Congress on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions (pp. 94–106). New York: K. G. Saur. Refereed.

(1989). Curriculum implementation in music education: How do we make it work? In B. Hanley and G. King (Eds.), Re-thinking music education in British Columbia, Proceedings of the Symposium on Music Education held at the University of Victoria, Nov. 10–11, 1989 (pp. 94–99). Victoria, BC: University of Victoria Department of Arts in Education. Refereed.

(1985). Teacher-librarians: Where do we go from here? In Knowledge networks–People, resources, technology (pp. 83–91). Australian School Library Association annual conference. Brisbane: School Library Association of Queensland.

(1984). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. In I. W. Harris (Ed.), School libraries/media centers: Partners in education: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 30 – August 3, 1984 (pp. 41–59). Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship, 1984. Refereed.

Reprinted:

(1990). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. In K. Haycock (Ed.), The school library program in the curriculum (pp. 155–160). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

(1989). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. In P. Hauck (Ed.), Voices from around the world: Selections from the annual proceedings of the International Association of School Librarianship, (pp. 20–35). Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press.

(1989). Teacher-Librarians: Continuing to build The Medium, 29(3), 4–11.

(1985). Teacher-Librarians: Continuing to build. Canadian Library Journal 42(1), 27–33. Also refereed.

(1985). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. School Library Media Quarterly, 13(2), 102–109. Also refereed.

(1985). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. LINES: Library Information Network Exchange Services, 1(2), 23–34.

(1985). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. EMC Newsletter, 17(1), 6–11.

(1985). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. School Learning Resources, 4(3), 4–8, 19, 20.

(1985). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. Education Libraries Bulletin, 28(2), 11–22. Also refereed.

(1984). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship. The Bookmark 26(2), 89–102.

(1982). Resource sharing: Vancouver’s developmental approach. In J. G. Wright (Ed.), Sharing: A challenge for all; Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Red Deer, AB, August 1–6, 1982 (pp. 328–336). Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship. Reprinted:

(1983). Resource sharing: Vancouver’s developmental approach. Canadian Library Journal 40(2), 75–78. Also refereed.

(1983). Resource sharing: Vancouver’s developmental approach (translated into Japanese). Gakko Toshokan 396(1983/10). Also refereed.

(1976). Strategies for Change. In J. Liesener (Ed.), Crucial issues in school library development and professional education: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, Annapolis Junction, Maryland, USA, August 1–3, 1976 (pp. 39–50). Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship. Refereed.

Reprinted:

(1977). Strategies for Change. Ohio Media Spectrum, 29(4), 49–57. Also refereed.

Refereed/Professional Articles

(2016, Accepted). & Stenstrom, C. Reviewing the research and evidence: Towards best practices for garnering support for school libraries. School Libraries Worldwide. Refereed.

(2016, Accepted) & Partridge, H., Bruce, C., Hirsh, S., Edwards, S., Stenstrom, C., & Gasson, S. (2016, Accepted). Trans-Pacific Doctoral Success – A Collaborative Cohort Model. Teaching Public Administration. Refereed.

(2016). & Matthews, J. Persuasive Advocacy. Public Library Quarterly 35(2), 1-10. Refereed. Available:

(2015). & Stenstrom, C. Public library advocacy: An evidence-based perspective on sustainable funding. Public Libraries 54(4), 38-41. Refereed. Retrieved December 09, 2015 from: .

(2014). & Stenstrom, C. The role of interpersonal influence in budget decision making: The Canadian public library experience. Administration & Society. Refereed. Most recently retrieved March 28, 2016 from:

(2014). & Stenstrom, C., Roberts, K. The role of influence in city and public library partnerships: An exploratory study. Library Management 35(3), 213-223. Refereed.

(2014). & Stenstrom, C. Influence and increased funding in Canadian public libraries: The case of Alberta in fiscal year 2009-2010. Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy 84(1), 49-68. Refereed.

(2012). & Bluestone, K. & Cheadle, A. Strategic thinking: Lessons for leadership. Library Leadership and Management 26(3/4), 1-23. Feature article. Refereed.

(2012). Advocacy revisited: Newer insights based on research and evidence; The Seventh Follett Lecture, Graduate School of Library and Information Science,

Dominican University, 9 February 2011. World Libraries 19(1-2). Refereed/Invited. Access: . Also:

(2012). Leading change. School Library Monthly 28(4), 32-34. Professional/Invited.

(2011). Exemplary public library branch managers: Their characteristics and effectiveness. Library Management 32 (4/5). Refereed.

(2011). Connecting British Columbia (Canada) school libraries and student achievement: A comparison of higher and lower performing schools with similar overall funding. School Libraries Worldwide 17(1), 37-50. Refereed.

(2011). & Romaniuk, M-J. Designing and evaluating library leadership programs: Improving performance and effectiveness. Australian Library Journal 60(1), 29-40. Refereed.

(2010). Predicting sustainability for programs in Library and Information Science: Factors influencing continuance and discontinuance. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science Education 51(3), 130-141. Refereed.

(2010). Taking the lead: Leadership is about you. School Library Monthly 26(6), 42-44. Professional/Invited.

(2010). [Review of the book Doing business research: A Guide to theory and practice, by Nick Lee and Ian Lings. Los Angeles: SAGE, 2008. 448pp. $110.00 (cloth), $54.95 (pbk). ISBN 978-1412928786 (cloth), 978-1412928793 (pbk)] Library & Information Science Research 32(3), 231. doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2010.03.001. Refereed/Invited.

(2008). & Garner, C. The bunheads are dead: Discovering high tech, high touch opportunities in Library and Information Science. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal 24(2), 29-35. Also: American Libraries (Winter, 2009) Digital Supplement, 6-10. Professional/Invited.

(2008). & Kemp, J. Immersive Learning Environments in Parallel Universes: Learning through Second Life. School Libraries Worldwide 14(2), 89-97. Refereed.

(2008). & Irwin, E. Developing a Website director for young people: A case study using graduate students in Library and Information Science. Education Libraries 31(3), 51-60. Refereed.

(2008). The Vancouver School Board Teachers’ Professional Library, 1913-1984. The Bookmark 48(11), 17-18. Professional.

(2008). School libraries in Vancouver: Factors affecting development. The Bookmark 48(11), 19-25. Professional.

(2007). Collaboration: Critical success factors for student learning. School Libraries Worldwide, 13(1), 25-35. Refereed.

(2007). Education for Library and Information Studies in Canada: A cross-cultural comparison. New Library World 108(1/2), 32-39. Refereed.

(2007). Advocacy: New rules for a new game. CALTACTICS; Newsletter of the California Association of Library Trustees and Commissioners, 3. Invited.

(2006). Teacher-librarians affect student achievement: Is anyone listening? CCT News 48(5), Canadian College of Teachers, 4-7. Invited.

(2006). Dual use libraries: Guidelines for success. Library Trends 54(4), 488-500. Scholarly/Invited.

(2005). California dreamin’. CSLA Journal 29(1), 35. Invited.

(2003). Literacy, learning and libraries: Common issues and common concerns. Feliciter 49(1), 36-37, 43. Professional/Invited.

(2003). Role definition and education for teacher-librarianship. Impact 12(3), 16-17. Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada. Excerpt from The crisis in Canada’s school libraries: The case for reform and reinvestment. Association of Canadian Publishers. 2003. Professional/Invited.

(2003). Collaboration: Because student achievement is the bottom line. Knowledge Quest 32(1), 50. Professional/Invited.

(2002). Collaboration, leadership, technology: Extending the partnerships beyond the school, now more than ever… The Bookmark 43(4), 13-15. Professional/Invited.

(2002). If you want my 2c worth. The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 15(1), 44-47. Refereed/Invited.

(2002). Role clarification and role dilemmas: New challenges for teacher-librarians? School Libraries in Canada: The Journal of the Canadian School Library Association, 21(2), 3-4. Professional/Invited.

(2001). Filtered or unfiltered? School Library Journal 47(1), pp. 42-47. With A. Curry. Professional/Invited. (highest circulation library journal in North America with 42,000 subscribers; funded paper).

Adapted:

(2005). Filtered or unfiltered (pp. 345-355). In. B. Woolls & D. Loertscher (Eds.), Whole school library handbook. Chicago: American Library Association.

(2001). Looking back, reaching forward: Trends affecting libraries, librarians and their associations. Access: The magazine of the Ontario Library Association 7(3), 19-23. Professional/Invited.

(2000). Roots and routes: Finding pathways to the future. The Teaching Librarian: The magazine of the Ontario School Library Association 7(3), 6-8. Professional/Invited.

(2000). Celebrating excellence: The challenge continues. BCLA Reporter 44(8), 1-6. Invited.

(2000). Exemplary public library branch managers: Who are they? Are they different form you and me? BCLA Reporter 44(6), 1-2. Invited.

(1999). & Jopson, G. Propositions for information technology: Planning for success. Teacher Librarian: The journal for school library professionals 26(3), 15-20. Reprinted:

(1999, April). Impact (Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada), 8(3), 21-26.

(1999). The impact of scheduling on cooperative program planning and teaching (CPPT) and information skills instruction. School Libraries in Canada 18(3), 20-24.

(1999). Global relevance through sustained achievement: Progress and contributions of the International Association of School Librarianship. Access (Australia School Library Association) 13(1), 31-32. Invited. Also: IASL Newsletter (International Association of School Librarianship) 28(3), 19-21.

(1998). Information power: Building partnerships for learning. The Book Report, 17(1), 26-27.

Same: Library Talk, 11(4), 23-24. Invited.

(1998). Reinventing school libraries: Alternatives, models and options for the future. Education Canada 38(3), 44–52. Refereed.

(1998). Implementing national guidelines and standards: A model for action. Teacher Librarian 26(1), 22-27.

(1997). Research in teacher-librarianship in British Columbia: Part I—Documentation. The Bookmark 39(1), 87–90.

(1997). & McCallum, L. Urban public library directors: Who are they? Where did they come from? Feliciter 43(2), 34–37.

(1995). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. School Library Media Quarterly, 23, 227–233. Refereed.

(1994). Program advocacy: Developing support at the school, district, and provincial levels. School Libraries in Canada, 14(3), 4–5, 32. Reprinted:

(1995). Program advocacy: Developing support at the school, district, and provincial levels. The Medium 35(1), 34–36.

(1994). Staff development in library and information services: Reconfiguring effective practice. Education for Information Services: Australia, 11(02), 3–16. Refereed.

(1994). Looking back and looking forward: Future archival developments in a changing world. ACA Bulletin, 18(6), 16–18.

(1994). Research in teacher-librarianship and the institutionalization of change. Library Power, 2(2), 4–5.

(1992). The teacher-librarian as school principal: A natural progression. Emergency Librarian 19(5), 21–22.

(1992). Challenges in developing curriculum resources for the Year 2000: Current realities, paradoxes and future directions. The Bookmark 34(1), 113–121.

(1991). The delivery of school district services and school-based management: What are the implications of research in curriculum implementation, staff development and school-based management? B.C. Educators’ Special Report. Phi Delta Kappa UBC Chapter, 1–2. Invited.

(1991). Evaluation of the teacher-librarian: A discussion guide. Emergency Librarian 18(3), 15–22. Revised: 18(4), R1–R8.

(1990). & others. Selecting the teacher-librarian: A compendium of interview questions. Emergency Librarian 17(3), 9–12.

(1990). Leadership: A brief descriptive guide to recent books in leadership and organizational behavior. Wingspan: The Pedamorphosis Communiqué, 6(1), 16–20.

(1990). The school-housed public library. Emergency Librarian 17(4), 33–34.

(1989). Research in teacher-librarianship: The implications for professional practice. Emergency Librarian 17(1), 9–18.

(1989). Beyond courtesy: School and public library relationships. Emergency Librarian 16(5), 27–30. Reprinted:

(1990). Beyond courtesy: School and public library relationships. Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services, 3(1), 31–35. Refereed.

(1989). Towards better professional development programs for school principals. Canadian School Executive, 8(8), 14–15. Refereed.

(1989). & Austrom, L. Clip art: Suggestions for use and a guide to sources. Emergency Librarian 16(4), 9–14.

(1987). The principalship: towards more effective professional development programs. ELC Reporter, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Western Ontario Educational Leadership Centre, 4(1), 1–2, 6, 8. Reprinted:

(1989). Towards better professional development programs for school principals. Canadian School Executive, 8(8), 14–15. Refereed.

(1987). The trustee as school library advocate. Emergency Librarian 14(5), 29–30. Reprinted:

(1994). The trustee as school library advocate. The School Library Advocate, 5(1), 13–16.

(1985). Curriculum resources: More than the sum of books and av. Canadian Journal of Educational Communications, 14(3), 6–7, 22. Refereed.

(1985). & Lighthall, L. Who does what and how well: Suppliers and the school library. Quill and Quire, 51(6), 10–11.

(1985). Point/counterpoint—Who does what how well. The Bookmark 27(1), 55–62.

(1983). Resource sharing: Vancouver’s developmental approach. Canadian Library Journal 40(2), 75–78. Refereed.

Translation:

(1983). Resource sharing: Vancouver’s developmental approach (translated into Japanese). Gakko Toshokan 396(1983/10). Refereed.

(1982). School librarianship in Canada: An introduction. Canadian Library Journal 39(4), 241–246. Refereed.

(1982). To combine or not to combine: The school media center and the public library. NASSP Bulletin, 59(392), 67–73. Refereed.

(1982). Library services for French language programs. School Libraries in Canada, 3(1), 15–19.

(1982). Cultural politics—Beating the book bannings: A policy statement can help. Quill and Quire, 48(2), 21.

(1981). Closing schools means closing libraries. The Bookmark 22(5), 17–18.

(1981). Issues in school librarianship in Britain: A Canadian perspective. School Librarian 29(2), 115–118. Invited.

(1981). Getting to first base: Developing support from school principals. School Libraries in Canada, 1(3), 17–18.

(1980). Program advocacy: The missing element. Emergency Librarian 7(4–5), 3–4.

(1979). Selected research studies in education related to school library resource centers and student achievement. MSLAVA Journal 7(2), 32–35.

(1981). School libraries and student achievement: A self-help bibliography for teacher- librarians. School Libraries in Canada, 1(2), 19–21.

(1981). School libraries and student achievement: A self-help bibliography for teacher- librarians. The U*n*a*b*a*s*h*e*d Librarian 41, 7–9.

(1979). —, Lighthall, L. & Turnbull, L. Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia–Books in print 1978: a classified list–Part I. BCLA Reporter, 22(6), 16–21.

(1979). What is a school librarian? Towards defining professionalism. Emergency Librarian 6(5–6), 1979, pp. 10–14. Reprinted:

(1980). What is a school librarian? Towards defining professionalism. The Revolting Librarian 7(2), 3–7.

(1978). & Turnbull, L. British Columbia materials: Cooperative program of the British Columbia Publishers’ Group and the Vancouver School Board Library Services. The Bookmark 19(5), 8–10.

(1977). Selling the school library. The Medium, 18(2), 15-18.

(1977). Canadian learning resources: One school district’s response. BCLA Reporter, 21(3–4), 1–7. Invited.

Also: (1978). Canadian learning resources: One school district’s response. The Bookmark 19(2), 22–25.

(1977). Sources of free and inexpensive materials. The Bookmark 19(2), 22–25.

(1977). Expression: Impression (interview with Francess Halpenny). Expression (Ontario Library Association), I(2), 22–28+. Invited.

(1977). School librarian as a professional teacher. Moccasin Telegraph, 19(3–4), 2–6+. Reprinted:

(1988). School librarian as a professional teacher. In F. B. McDonald (Ed.), The emerging school library media program: Readings, (pp. 114–126). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

(1980). School librarian as a professional teacher. The Medium, 20(1), 8–16.

(1980). School librarian as a professional teacher. SMMART Journal 4, 1–5.

(1977). School librarian as a professional teacher. Emergency Librarian 8(5), 4–11.

(1977). Strategies for Change. Ohio Media Spectrum, 29(4), 49–57. Refereed.

(1976). Super periodical evaluation form. The U*n*a*b*a*s*h*e*d Librarian 19, 27–28. Invited.

(1975). Judy Blume: A bio-bibliographic note. The Reviewing Librarian 1(6), 2–4.

(1975). Motivating voluntary reading. Educational Courier, 45(5), 24–27.

(1973). Community involvement in school libraries: A public relations approach. Canadian Library Journal 30(2), 110–115. Refereed.

(1973). Teacher-Librarian: Educational leader or technician? Ontario Education, 5(6), 10–15.

(1972). Community involvement in school libraries. SL Newsletter, Queen’s University Faculty of Education, 1–6.

(1972). What’s the real story? Is the Coquitlam library experience working? Moccasin Telegraph, 14(2), 45–52.

(1972). Are you wasting your library resources teacher? School Progress, 41(4), 36–37.

Research Columns

What Works. (research column). Teacher Librarian. 1987-2006.

(2006). –-

33(5): Providing access to high interest reading materials, 38.

33(4): Collaboration among school specialists, 38. Reprinted: Loertscher, D. & Rosenfeld, E. Towards a 21st century school library media program. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 42-43.

(2005). —

33(3): Collaborative literature-based reading programs with motivation components, 38.

33(2): Information literacy programs can foster disciplined inquiry, 38.

33(1): Interactive Web sites for teens, 38.

32(5): School library development, 34.

32(4): Teacher-librarians and college success, 41.

32(3): Reading for pleasure, 34.

(2004). —

32(2): Bridging the digital divide, 34.

32(1): Information process models, 34.

31(5): Effective roles for student achievement, 34.

31(4): The student perspective, 40.

31(3): Research about collaboration, 48.

(2003).

31(2): Addressing student, teacher, principal and parent perceptions, 34.

31(1): School libraries and student achievement, 34.

30(5): School library media programs and academic achievement, 35.

30(4): Closing the disparity gap, 38.

30(3): Support libraries to improve teen reading, 35

(2002).

30(2): Effective support for student learning, 37.

30(1): Clear goals and indicators for learning, 35.

29(5): Positive role models and leadership, 29.

29(4): Building collaborative learning communities, 35. Reprinted: Loertscher, D. & Rosenfeld, E. Towards a 21st century school library media program. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 44-45.

29(3). Clear criteria and procedures for evaluation, 35.

(2001).

29(2). Staff and resources, plus best practice, affect student achievement, 28.

29(1). Collaboration improves teaching and learning and understanding of roles, 34.

28(5): Teaching the synthesis process, 29.

28(4): Books + teacher/TL intervention = Reading achievement, 35.

28(3): Library media programs are important to outstanding schools, 31.

(2000).

28(2): Effective search strategies, 37.

28(1): School libraries make a difference, 39.

27(5): Web literacy, 34

27(4): Quality professional education, 34

27(3): Research in information literacy, 34.

(1999).

27(2): The national Library Power project, 34

27(1): Cooperative program planning and teaching, 38. Reprinted: Loertscher, D. & Rosenfeld, E. Towards a 21st century school library media program. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 40-41.

26(5): Collaboration, leadership and technology, 32.

26(4): Teacher-librarians affect reading achievement, 32.

26(3): School libraries and reading achievement, 32.

(1998).

26(2): Leadership by secondary school principals, 32.

26(1): Guidelines for information literacy, 31.

Journal Title: Emergency Librarian—1973-1998

25(5): Collaborative culture, team planning and flexible scheduling, 32.

25(4): Early interventions in student research, 29.

25(3): Continuing professional education, 29.

(1997).

25(2): Integrated information skills instruction, 29.

25(1): Exemplary teacher-librarians, 27.

24(5): The teacher-librarian as link between the high school and college library, 33.

24(4): The International Association of School Librarianship (IASL), 29.

24(3): Integrated classroom/library collections, 33.

(1996).

24(2): Program advocacy, 33.

24(1): Guidelines for information literacy, 33.

23(5): Improving school libraries to improve student reading, 33.

23(4): Collaboration in both information problem-solving and literature-based programs, 29.

23(3): Effective school administrator behaviors, 33.

(1995).

23(2): Collaboratively planned ands taught units at the secondary level, 34.

23(1): Improving design of databases and integrated instructional programs, 33.

22(5): Leadership in implementing integrated programs, 33.

22(4): The promotion of voluntary reading can be done best through the classroom teacher, 33.

22(3): Performance evaluation–with clear expectations and performance based on stated objectives and evidence, 33.

(1994).

22(2): Combined school/public libraries–sometimes, 33.

22(1): Effective staff development, 33.

21(5): Special service to special students, 33.

21(4): Sources to validate common sense, 33.

21(3): Knowing the research base: Recent studies, 29.

(1993).

21(2): Teacher-librarians affect student achievement, 33.

21(1): Free voluntary reading in schools, 33.

20(5): Cooperative program planning and teaching with flexible scheduling, 33.

20(4): Guiding principles for collection development, 33

20(3): Trained support staff, 33.

(1992).

20(2): Full-time teacher-librarians, 33.

20(1): Research about teaching and learning through the school’s library resource center, 66–67.

19(5): Regional educational media centers, 33.

19(4): The perceptions of the elementary school principal, 33.

19(3): Information through on-line searching by secondary school students, 33.

(1991).

19(2): The district library media coordinator who is involved in curriculum work and public relations activities, 33.

19(1): Consistent professional judgment in the selection of learning resources, 33.

18(5): A written policy statement on the selection of learning resources, 33.

18(4): A supportive and knowledgeable superintendent, 33.

18(3): Differentiated programming for gifted students, 33.

(1990).

18(2): School and public library cooperation, 33.

18(1): Teacher-librarians need additional education and training in social interaction skills, 33.

17(5): To increase school effectiveness and student achievement, flexible grouping patterns based upon student needs are exhibited in the school and classroom, 35.

17(4): Professional associations for teacher-librarians can play an active role in improving the standard of services of school resource centers, 35.

17(3) The teacher-librarian and principal need to accept responsibility jointly for the development of teacher awareness and commitment to cooperative program planning and teaching, 35.

(1989).

17(2): Teacher-librarians require more extensive training in cooperative program planning and teaching which builds on prior successful classroom teaching experience, 35.

17(1): Role clarification for the teacher-librarian is an essential first step to improvement of library programs, 35.

16(5): More and more varied continuing education opportunities need to be provided for teacher-librarians in order for them to pursue their own professional growth, 31.

16(4): Students generally use libraries as a complement to school resource centers and prefer books to other resources, 31.

16(3): The role of the principal is the key factor in the development of an effective school library program, 31.

(1988).

16(2): The school library media coordinator/director has a positive effect on school library program development in the school district but suffers role conflict in his/her work, 31.

15(4): Teacher-librarians need to assume more responsibility for writing about teacher-librarianship and school library programs for professional journals read by teachers and administrators, 31.

15(3): Secondary school resource centers are more effective when designed according to the needs of the instructional program and of the student population, 31.

(1987).

15(2): Teacher-librarians who are less cautious and more extraverted tend to be more successful, 31.

14(5): Students in schools with well-equipped resource centers, 31.

14(4): The development of student competence in research and study skills, 31.

14(3): Teacher-librarians in secondary schools, 31.

Notebook (editor’s column). Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals.

five issues per year, volume 25 (1997) to volume 32(2), p. 6.

Reviews

Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals. Professional Reading [reviews]. Five issues per year.

30(5), 36-37; 30(3), 38-42; 30(2), 40-41; 30(1), 39-40; 29(5), 39, 40; 29(4), 40, 41, 42, 47-48; 29(3), 42, 43, 44; 28(5), 36-37; 28(4), 47-48; 28(3), 38-39; 28(2), 44-45; 28(1), 46-47; 27(5), 43-44; 27(4), 43, 44, 45; 27(3), 39-40, 41; 27(2), 41; 27(1), 51; 26(5), 41-42; 26(4), 38, 38-40; 26(3), 40-41; 26(2), 40, 41; 26(1), 35.

Emergency Librarian. 25(5), 42; 25(4), 42; 25(3), 42; 25(2), 43; 25(1), 39, 24(5), 42; 24(4), 40; 24(3), 43; 24(2), 42, 40; 24(1), 43; 23(5), 42; 23(4), 40; 23(2), 42, 40; 23(1), 43; 22 (5), 42–43; 21(4), 40–41; 21(1), 46; 20(5), 44–45; 20(5), 43–44; 20(3), 47; 20(3), 45–46; 20(2), 44–45; 19(4), 47; 19(4), 43; 14(5), 38; 12(5), 35; 12(4), 36; 11(4), 29–30; 11(3), 27; 9(1), 21; 7(6), 12–13; 7(4–5), 22; 7(4–5), 20–21; 7(3), 18.

Canadian Library Journal 38, 179–180; 33, 304–305.

Moccasin Telegraph, 18(2), 35–36; 18(1), 55–56.

Previews, 4(8), 33–34.

School Library Journal 28(5), 34; 27(5), 34, 21(6), 17-22, 21(1), 113..

Other

Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals.

31(3) Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10—Best help/search instructions, 59

31(3) Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10—Best visual aspects, 43

31(3) Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10—Best content, 36

31(2). Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10—Best language level, 52

31(2). Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10—Best content education focus, 59, 62

31(1). Kids search tools: The best for grades 4-10, 59.

Other Works

Consulting and Research Papers

(2014). Reviewing the research and evidence: towards best practices for advocacy for library support and funding; A report for the American library Association. Chicago: American Library Association. 48 pp.

(2006). Governance models, Board perceptions, options and alternatives. Abbotsford, BC: Fraser Valley Regional Library Board. 115 pp.

(2004). Review of youth services. Victoria, BC: Greater Victoria Public Library. 180 pp.

(2004). Library services: Alternative models and cost implications. White Rock, BC: City of White Rock. 162 pp.

(2004). Personnel policies and procedures. Saskatoon, SK: Wheatland Regional Library Board. 84 pp.

(2004). Management review and recommendations. Saskatoon, SK: Wheatland Regional Library Board. 130 pp.

(2004). Executive search: A case study in public library leadership. Organizational Consulting Project. 12 credits. Royal Roads University.

(2003). The crisis in Canada’s school libraries: The case for reform and re-investment. Toronto: Association of Canadian Publishers. 56 pp. [Over 10,000 copies in print; now in fourth printing.]

Excerpt:

(2003 Fall). Role definition and education for teacher-librarianship. Impact 12(3), 16-17. Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada.

Summary:

Repo, Satu. (2004). Why are school libraries in decline? 19-22 Our Schools Our Selves. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. 14(1) Fall, 2004

Review:

“Haycock has written an excellent report, accessible to a broad audience…”—Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28(4), 117-119.

Reports and interviews [selective]: Aberdeen American News (South Dakota), Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio), Belleville News-Democrat (Illinois), Biloxi Sun Herald (Mississippi), Centre Daily Times (Pennsylvania), Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (Georgia), Duluth News Tribune (Minnesota), Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (Indiana), Globe and Mail, Grand Forks Herald (North Dakota), The Guardian United Kingdom), Kansas City Star (Missouri), Library Hotline (New York), Macon Telegraph (Georgia), National Post, News Journal (Texas), Newsday (New York), Ottawa Citizen, Penn Live (Pennsylvania), The Province, Quill and Quire, Rocky Mount Telegram (North Carolina), Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Florida), School Library Journal (New York), Times Daily (Alabama), Toronto Star, Tuscaloosa News (Alabama), Vancouver Sun, Wichita Eagle (Kansas), Wilkes Barre Weekender (Pennsylvania), Wilmington Morning Star ((North Carolina). Radio interviews on CBC News, CHED, CHOR-TV, and several CBC affiliates from St. John’s to Vancouver. Television interviews on CBC and CTV. Detailed documentation available.

(2003). Compensation review for senior exempt management: Analysis and recommendations. Abbottsford, BC: Fraser Valley Regional Library. 40 pp.

(2003). Moving the Fraser Valley Regional Library to high performance: Analysis and recommendations. Abbottsford, BC: Fraser Valley Regional Library. 58 pp.

(2003). Succession management: A strategic plan for the Fraser Valley Regional Library. Abbottsford, BC: Fraser Valley Regional Library. 66 pp.

(2003). Redefining the library board for dynamic communities; Part 1: A library board’s visioning process. Toronto: OLA Education Institute. CD-ROM.

(2003). Redefining the library board for dynamic communities; Part 2: Boards looking outward into the community. Toronto: OLA Education Institute. CD-ROM.

(2001). Reconceptualization and reconfiguration of expectations and service delivery models: A review of the role of the teacher-librarian and school resource centre in School District #39 (Vancouver). Vancouver School Board. 256 pp.

(1999). American Library Association. Steering Committee on the Congress for Professional Education. Final report. 30 pp. (Committee chair). 40 pp.

(1999). Role and responsibilities of teacher-librarians: Implications for teaching and learning when teacher-librarians are assigned responsibility for preparation or relief time teaching. Paper prepared as an expert witness for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation in an arbitration hearing. Two parts. 14 pp.

(1998). Information power: Building partnerships for learning—The research base: Evidence for support for growth. Chicago: American Association of School Librarians. 103 pp. (prepared for national training institute)

(1997). Reinventing school libraries: Alternatives, models and options for the future. Forging Forward national symposium on information, literacy and the school library in Canada. Sponsored by Industry Canada and the National Literacy Secretariat. Hosted by the Canadian Education Association and the National Library of Canada. 76 pp.

(1995). Analysis of membership distribution and duplication of two national school library associations: The Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association. Prepared for the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association. 14 pp.

(1995). & others. Organizational effectiveness and the structure of the American Association of School Librarians. Interim Draft, January, 1995. Response Draft, March, 1995. Discussion Paper, June, 1995. 44 pp.

Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation

(1991). The nature and delivery of school district services and school-based management: The implications of research in curriculum implementation, staff development and school-based management. Supervisor: Dr. Wayne Shute. Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. 261 pp. Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 52(8), 2769.

Training Manuals

(2012). The effective board member; A handbook for public library trustees in British Columbia. Vancouver: British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association.

(2006). Trustee orientation program [video modules]. BC Library Trustees’ Association. http:bclta.

Unit I: Background and Context for Libraries in BC.

Module 1: Brief History and Current Context for Public Libraries in BC. Five minutes.

Module 2: Roles of Public Libraries. Nine minutes.

Module 3: Other Types of Libraries. Nine minutes.

Module 4: Core Values. Eight minutes.

Module 5: BC Legislative and Support Framework. Eight minutes.

Module 6: Library Board: Basic Roles and Responsibilities. Nine minutes.

Unit II: Boards Effectiveness and Leadership.

Module 7: Overview of Factors in Board Effectiveness. Six minutes.

Module 8: Mission and Purpose. Three minutes.

Module 9: Select/Support/Evaluate the CEO. Eight minutes.

Module 10: Articulate Roles and Responsibilities. Sixteen minutes.

Module 11: Plan Strategically/Allocate Resources. Ten minutes.

Module 12: Monitor and Evaluate. Ten minutes.

Module 13: Public Standing and Credibility. Five minutes.

Module 14: Maintain Legal and Ethical Integrity. Five minutes.

Module 15: Board Recruitment. Ten minutes.

Module 16: Community Development Outcomes. Eleven minutes.

Module 17: Advocacy. Nine minutes.

Module 18: Summary: Effective Boards. Eight minutes.

(2006). The TOP (Trustee Orientation Program) workbook; An orientation for public library trustees in British Columbia. Vancouver: BC Library Trustees Association. 48 pp.

(2006). Trustee Orientation Program (TOP): The trainer of trainers workbook; An orientation for public library trustees in British Columbia. Vancouver: BC Library Trustees Association. 172 pp.

(1998). Information Power: Because student achievement is the bottom line; A national plan for coordinating the implementation of Information power: Building partnerships for learning. Chicago: American Association of School Librarians. 66 pp. (committee chair)

(1997). with Buss, G., Caird, S., Demopoulos, M. & Ray, G. Library advocacy now! For the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians: A national training program for advocates for libraries and librarians. Trainer’s guide. First edition. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association. 24 pp.

(1997). with Buss, G., Caird, S., Demopoulos, M. & Ray, G. Library advocacy now! For the future of Canada’s libraries and librarians: A national training program for advocates for libraries and librarians. Participant’s guide. Revised edition. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association. 60 pp.

(1995). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship: A resource book for trainers in cooperative program planning and teaching. Seattle: Rockland Press, 1990. 128 pp. 0-920175-04-X. Second edition, 1993. 136 pp. 0-920175-07-1. Third edition, 1995. 302 pp. 0-920175-07-1.

(1994). Strengthening the foundations for teacher-librarianship: Participant’s manual. Seattle: Rockland Press, 1986. Second edition, 1990. 79 pp. Third edition, 1993. 84 pp. 0-920175-08-2. Fourth edition, 1994, 1995. 94 pp. 0-920175-13-9. Fifth edition. 0-920175-14-1.

Booklets/Reports

(1998). Collaborating and connecting agendas: Advocacy for school library media specialists and student achievement; Annual report to the membership of the American Association of School Librarians. Chicago, IL: The Association. 40 pp.

(1997). with Harper, J., Kootte, J., & Parungao, P. Students’ information literacy needs: Competencies for teacher-librarians in the 21st century. Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada/Canadian School Library Association. 8 pp. (60% contribution)

(1993). & Joe Hallein. Statement on school libraries (position paper). Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship. 5 pp.

(1989). What works: Research on the implications for professional practice; Summary of EL research findings to date. Vancouver, BC: Dyad Services. 13 pp.

(1987). Annual proceedings of the International Association of School Librarianship: An author and subject index to contributed papers 1972–1984. Kalamazoo, MI: International Association of School Librarianship. 15 pp.

(1984). with Farquharson, M. & Harper, J. Towards better communication–the teacher-librarian and parents. Vancouver, BC: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation.

(1983). & Chambers, V. Microcomputers: a guide to periodicals for teachers, librarians and media specialists. Guelph, Ontario: Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada. 25 pp. Reprinted:

(1984). & Chambers, V. Microcomputers: a guide to periodicals for teachers, librarians and media specialists. PNLA (Pacific Northwest Library Association) Quarterly, 48(3), 36–48.

(1983). & Chambers, V. Microcomputers: a guide to periodicals for teachers, librarians and media specialists. Emergency Librarian 10(3), 18–22.

(1981). A recommended curriculum for education for school librarianship. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian School Library Association. Prepared by the Committee on Education for School Librarianship of the Canadian School Library Association, 1981. Reprinted:

(1981). A recommended curriculum for education for school librarianship. School Libraries in Canada, 1(4), 3–11.

(1980). Annual conference and general meeting planning guide. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian School Library Association. 61 pp.

(1979). The qualifications of school librarians. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Library Association. Prepared by the Committee on Qualifications for School Librarians of the Canadian School Library Association, 1979. Reprinted:

(1982). The qualifications of school librarians. In K. Haycock (Ed.), Education for school librarianship in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association.

(1980). The qualifications of school librarians. The Bookmark 21(1), 3–7;

(1980). The qualifications of school librarians. Alberta Learning Resources Journal 3(3), 3–8;

(1980). The qualifications of school librarians. Media Newfoundland, 10(1), 5–9.

(1979). The qualifications of school librarians. Moccasin Telegraph, 22, 11–15.

(1978). with Faucher, B., Hambleton, A. & Robinson, P. Another tool for selecting Canadian books. Toronto, Ontario: Canadian Book Information Centre. 8 pp.

(1975). Legislation relating to teacher-librarians and resource centers in Ontario. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Library Association. September, 1975; revised December, 1975. 8 pp.

(1975). with Crooks, M., Monkhouse, T. & Reynolds, B. Security–secondary school resource centers. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Library Association, 1975. 26 pp. 0-88969-000-6. Selected review excerpts:

“…concise yet quite thorough survey…”—National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin (60), 118.

(1973). Combined school/public library services: or, here we go again. Occasional Paper No. 2. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian School Library Association, 1973. 10 pp. Also:

(1974). The school media centre and the public library: combination or cooperation? Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Library Association. 17 pp.

(1973). Services of school resource centers: A discussion and planning guide. Guelph, Ontario: Dyad Services, 1973. 4 pp. Reprinted:

(1988). D. Loertscher (Ed.), Taxonomies of the school library media program (pp. 236–241). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1988.

(1972). A list of subject headings on drugs, Ottawa, Ontario: Colonel By Secondary School. 8 pp. Also published as a supplement to SL Newsletter, Queen’s University Faculty of Education (March, 1971). Second edition published by Dyad Services, 1972. 16 pp.

Other Articles/Reports/Columns/Letters

(2015 December). Haycock, K. [interview]. Three skills you need to succeed after graduation. Vancity Buzz. Online newspaper. Retrieved from:

(2010). DeCooman, D. Dr. Ken Haycock: An interview with Daria DeCooman. The Pipeline, An Information Publication of Beta Phi Mu, Spring, 2, 15.

(2010). Dewey-eyed pining. Library Journal. [letter to editor, 2010/02/01].



(2006). The naked and the read. American Libraries 37(5), 34. [letter to editor]

(2006). Krygler, S. Ken Haycock: What do you think about…? Final in a three part series with Dr. Ken Haycock. SLIS Descriptor 2(4), 1. Summary of interview with graduate students.

(2005). DeCooman, D. Ken Haycock’s professional opinions. SLIS 2(2), 1. Summary of interview with graduate students.

(2005). Annual report time @yourlibrary—A plan for getting started. Letter of the LAA, 149, 15. Reprinted from Marigold Library System Newsletter. ISSN 1712-4624. Summary of a presentation.

(2005). Krygler, S. with DeCooman, D. Ken Haycock’s big ideas. SLIS Descriptor 2(1), 1. Summary of interview with graduate students.

(2002). Rating reading (letter to the editor). Vancouver Sun 117(111), A19.

(2002). N.B. reading (letter to the editor). National Post 4(271), A17.

(2001). Cummins, J. 3 on the run [interview with Mitch Freedman, Ken Haycock and William Sannwald]. School Library Journal 47(2), 44-47

(2000). Statement by Ken Haycock, candidate for ALA president. American Libraries 32(3), 59.

(2000). Kniffel, L. Presidential candidates concur at midwinter forum: Salaries, recruitment, children’s services are crucial issues [summary of candidates’ forum/debate with Mitch Freedman, Ken Haycock and William Sannwald]. American Libraries 32(3), 61-64.

(2001). Kniffel, L. Delegates plot future for continuing professional education. American Libraries 32(1), 42-43. [quoted]

(2000). Campbell, M. Keynote address for the PNLA/BCLA conference: Ken Haycock, Director, SLAIS, UBC [report]. PNLA Quarterly 64(4), 17.

(2000). MacFadden, B. Open lines [interview with Ken Haycock and Ken Denike]. VESTA News, pp. 4-5. [Vancouver Elementary School Teachers’ Association]

(2000). COPE Report. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Section on Education and Training, SET Bulletin 1(2), 17-34.

(1999). Kniffel, L. What to expect from the Congress on Professional Education: An interview with Ken Haycock. American Libraries, 30(4), 78.

(1999). An interview with Dr. Ken Haycock. Impact (Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada), 8(3), 20-26.

(1999). Fee, fine, fo, fum (letter to the editor). American Libraries 29(12), 32.

(1998). Developing national guidelines and standards: Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going (president’s column). Knowledge Quest 26(4), 6–7.

(1998). Information Power: Because student achievement is the bottom line (president’s column). Knowledge Quest 26(3), 5–6.

(1998). AASL, information literacy and Information Power (president’s column). Knowledge Quest 26(2), 6–7.

(1998). Making a better student (letter to the editor). Time 152(19), 5-6.

(1998). Developing national guidelines and standards: Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re going. AASL Leadership News, 4, pp. 1–2.

(1998). Midwinter highlights. AASL Leadership News, 3, pp. 1–2.

(1997). AASL executive committee topics and actions. AASL Leadership News 2, pp. 1–2.

(1997). Honoring the past, respecting the present and facing the future. AASL Leadership News 1, 1–2.

(1997). B.C. heads in wrong direction. Teacher 10(3), 5.

(1997). Class dismissed (letter to the editor). BC Business, 8.

(1997). Honoring the past, respecting the present and facing the future (president’s column). Knowledge Quest 26(1), 12–14.

(1996). Teacher-librarianship: The research base. TL News, 1:1, 3–8.

(1994) . Hard times, hard choices The School Library Advocate 5(1), 21–22.

(1994). News from North America (column). Access, 8(1), 7; 6(2), 7–8; 6(1), 7.

(1994). Recent developments in youth literature and services (at the University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies). YAACING, British Columbia Library Association, 45–49.

(1994). Lowballing (letter to editor). Maclean’s, 1994 May 30, p. 4

(1993). Former Croskery Award recipients–Still contributing to education. The News, Canadian College of Teachers, 35(2), 4–5.

(1993). Librarians’ image (letter to editor). Globe and Mail, 1993 December 20, A12.

(1993). Hair-bun librarians ‘information expert (letter to editor). Business in Vancouver (August 31–September 06, 1993), 6.

(1989). Eminent domain (letter to editor). School Library Journal 35(11), 7.

(1985). Networking–essential for survival (editorial). Emergency Librarian 12(5), 7.

(1985). Education for school librarianship (committee) report. The Bookmark 26(4 & 5), 137–138.

(1984). The failed mandate (editorial). Emergency Librarian 12(2), 7.

(1984). Needed: A National Council for Teacher-Librarianship (editorial). Emergency Librarian 11(5), 5.

(1984). Hang together or hang separately (editorial, with Carol-Ann Haycock). Emergency Librarian 11(4), 5.

(1983). CM: Canadian Materials for Schools and Libraries is to be taken ‘in-house’ (editorial). Emergency Librarian 11(1), 5.

(1983). Micros: The new status symbol (editorial). Emergency Librarian 10(3), 5.

(1982). Ten issues in school librarianship. Emergency Librarian 10(1), 7.

(1982). Hard times, hard choices (editorial). Emergency Librarian 9(5), 5.

(1982). National assessment of educational progress (editorial). Emergency Librarian 9(3), 38.

(1981). Education for school librarianship—committee recommendations, phase II. The Bookmark 23(1), 3–6.

(1981). Accreditation does not equal competence (editorial). Emergency Librarian 9(1), 5.

(1981). Library’s library (editorial). Emergency Librarian 8(5), 3.

(1980). Provincial coordinator needed for school libraries in B.C. (letter to the editor). The Bookmark 22(2), 3–5.

(1980). Canadian children’s magazines: must we let them die? (editorial). Emergency Librarian 8(2), 3.

(1978). Canadian periodical index. The Bookmark 19(3), 9.

(1978). President’s address. Canadian Library Journal 36(5), 389-393.

(1977). Inaugural address. Canadian Library Journal 34, 357-359.

(1977). Library education report totally unacceptable. The Bookmark 18(3), 7–9.

(1977). Ken Haycock on CLA: It’s your business (column). Feliciter 23,(9–12); 24(1–6).

(1976). Canadian periodicals for schools (column editor). The Reviewing Librarian 11, 1–4.

(1976). Margaret Scott: Librarian, teacher, animateur... and friend (obituary). Feliciter 22(2), 1.

(1975). Government publications. The Revolting Librarian 1(5), 6.

(1975). Policy statement. CM: Canadian Materials for Schools and Libraries, III(1), 47–48. Reprinted annually.

(1974). Canadian School Library Association (quarterly column). On Line, I (1–4).

Contributor

(1990). Linking schools with the community (video). (interviewed). Vancouver, British Columbia: Vancouver School Board.

(1986). Fuel for change (videos). (interviewed). Vancouver, British Columbia: British Columbia Teachers’ Federation/University of British Columbia. Program 1: What’s happening: Why change. 22 minutes. Program 2: Planning and teaching together. 21 minutes.

(1977). Sources and resources: a handbook for teacher-librarians in British Columbia (contributor). Victoria, British Columbia: B.C. Ministry of Education. 0-77188-019-7.

(1977). Resource services for Canadian schools (contributor), edited by Fred Branscombe and Harry Newsom for the Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association. Toronto, Ontario: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 0-07-082619-6.

Unpublished Papers

(2000 May). Celebrating excellence: The challenges continue. Prepared for the British Columbia Library Association, British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association and the Pacific Northwest Library Association. 36 pp.

(1999 June). American Library Association. Steering Committee on the Congress for Professional Education. Final report. 40 pp. (Committee chair).

(1999 March). Technology, education and student learning. Brief prepared on behalf of the B.C. School Trustees Association to the B.C. Ministry of Education, Vancouver.

(1999 April). Role and responsibilities of teacher-librarians: Implications for teaching and learning when teacher-librarians are assigned responsibility for preparation or relief time teaching. Paper prepared as an expert witness for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation in an arbitration hearing. Two parts. 14 pp.

(1998 August). Information power: Building partnerships for learning—The research base: Evidence for support for growth. Chicago: American Association of School Librarians. 103 pp. (prepared for national training institute)

(1997 December). Reinventing school libraries: Alternatives, models and options for the future. Forging Forward national symposium on information, literacy and the school library in Canada. Sponsored by Industry Canada and the National Literacy Secretariat. Hosted by the Canadian Education Association and the National Library of Canada. 76 pp.

(1997 January). Education for information professionals in schools: Acknowledging the research and redefining the graduate program. 24 pp.

(1995 June). Analysis of membership distribution and duplication of two national school library associations: The Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association. Prepared for the Association for Teacher-librarianship in Canada and the Canadian School Library Association. 14 pp.

(1995 January). — & others. Organizational effectiveness and the structure of the American Association of School Librarians. Interim Draft, January, 1995. Response Draft, March, 1995. Discussion Paper, June, 1995. 44 pp.

(1994 November). Education for teacher-librarianship at the University of British Columbia: Preliminary considerations. Prepared for the UBC Faculty of Education Department of Language Education invitational discussion on education for teacher-librarianship. 12 pp.

(1994 April). SLAIS faculty use of UBC journals and perceived importance. Prepared for UBC Library. 20 pp.

(—1992). More than 150 monographs and newsletters were authored during my tenure with the Vancouver School Board (1976–1992) and the Wellington County (Ontario) Board of Education (1972–1976); examples include policy and procedures manuals, selection tools for recommenced learning resources and guidelines for effective practice.

Unpublished Course Texts

(1998-2005). (Ed.). Readings in management. Course texts for LIBR 570, each term. University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies. 172-280 pp. each; two per year. Student produced chapters.

Work in Progress

Advocacy: Developing a common agenda with community decision-makers [working title]. Libraries Unlimited. Contract signed. Ken Haycock, Wendy Newman. Completion: 2016.

Advocacy: Developing a common agenda with school decision-makers [working title]. Libraries Unlimited. Contract signed. Ken Haycock, Wendy Newman. Completion: 2016.

The MBA for the MLIS Bookshelf [series title]. Rowen Littlefield Publishers. Five titles per year, beginning 2017.

The Portable MLIS. Revised edition. Libraries Unlimited. Completion: 2016 September. Ken Haycock, Mary-jo Romaniuk.

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