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Elisabeth A. Jones
eaj6 [at] uw [dot] edu

EDUCATION
PhD, Information Science, 2014
The Information School, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Dissertation Title: Constructing the Universal Library [in ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, #3631849]
Dissertation Committee Chair: Joseph W. Janes

MSI, Information Economics, Management, and Policy, 2007
School of Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

AB, Anthropology (with honors), 2003
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Part-time Lecturer, 2014–present (also Postdoc, 2014-2015)
The Information School, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Research Associate, 2011–2015
University of Michigan Libraries, Ann Arbor, MI

PUBLICATIONS
ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

2015 **Courant, Paul N. and Elisabeth A. Jones. “Scholarly Publishing as an Economic Public Good.” In Getting the Word Out: Academic Libraries as Scholarly Publishers, ed. by Maria Bonn and Michael Furlough. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.
2014 *Jones, Elisabeth A. and Paul N. Courant. “Monographic Purchasing Trends in Academic Libraries: Did the ‘Serials Crisis’ Really Destroy the University Press?Journal of Scholarly Publishing 46, no. 1 (October), pp. 43-70.
2013 **Jones, Elisabeth A. Eponymous chapter in Library 2020: Today’s Leading Visionaries Describe Tomorrow’s Library, ed. by Joseph W. Janes, pp. 15-23. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
2011 *Bruce, Harry, Abraham Wenning, Elisabeth Jones, Julia Vinson, and William Jones. “Seeking an Ideal Solution to the Management of Personal Information Collections.” Information Research 16, no. 1 (March).
2010 *Jones, Elisabeth A. and Joseph W. Janes. “Anonymity in a World of Digital Books: Google Books, Privacy, and the Freedom to Read.” Policy and Internet 2, no. 4.
2009 Jones, Elisabeth. “Network Television Streaming Technologies and the Shifting Television Social Sphere.” In What’s Next in the Media, ed. by Christopher Harper, 173-192. San Diego: University Readers.
2009 **Jones, Elisabeth A. “Reinventing Science Librarianship: Themes From the ARL-CNI Forum.” Research Library Issues, no. 262 (February).
2006 **Jones, Elisabeth A. “Pushing the Digitization Debate Forward: ‘Scholarship and Libraries in Transition’ at the University of Michigan.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 9, no. 2.

CONFERENCE PAPERS & NOTES

2013 *Jones, Elisabeth A. and Paul N. Courant. “Killer Serials: Did Electronic Journals Really Destroy the University Press?” Paper presented at ASIS&T 2013, Montreal, QC, November 1-6.
2013 *Jones, Elisabeth A. “‘Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast:’ Outsider Naiveté as an Asset in the Initiation of Massive-scale Book Provision Efforts.” Note presented at iConference 2013, Fort Worth, TX, February 12-15.
2010 *Jones, Elisabeth A. “Conceptualizing Large-Scale Information Access Efforts: The Case for Historical Context.” Paper presented at ASIS&T 2010, Pittsburgh, PA, October 22-29.
2010 *Bruce, Harry, Abe Wenning, Elisabeth Jones, and William Jones. “Seeking an Ideal Solution to the Management of Personal Information Collections.” Paper presented at Information Seeking in Context 2010, Murcia, Spain, September 28 – October 2.
2010 *Jones, Elisabeth A. and Joseph W. Janes. “Anonymity in a World of Digital Books: Google Books, Privacy, and the Freedom to Read.” Paper presented at Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment, Oxford, UK, September 16-17.
2009 Jones, Elisabeth A. “Network Television Streaming Technologies and the Shifting Television Social Sphere.” Paper presented at Media in Transition 6, Cambridge, MA, April 24-26.
2009 * Jones, William, Harry Bruce, Elisabeth Jones, and Julia Vinson. “Providing for Paper, Place, and People in Personal Projects.” Paper presented at PIM 2009, Vancouver, BC, November 7-8.

CONFERENCE POSTERS, PANELS, & PROJECT BRIEFINGS

2015 *Jones, Meg Leta, Elisabeth Jones, Jill Dupre, Jens-Erik Mai, & Neil Richards. “The Right to be Forgotten.” Panel presented at ASIS&T 2015, St. Louis, MO, November 6-10.
2014 Jones, Elisabeth A., & Paul N. Courant. “Monograph Purchasing Trends in Research Libraries: Did Electronic Journals Really Destroy the University Press?” Project briefing delivered at the CNI Spring Membership Meeting, St. Louis, MO, March 31-April 1.
2013 *Jones, Elisabeth A. “Constructing the Universal Library.” Poster presented at the Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral Poster Competition, ALISE ’13, Seattle, WA, January 22-25. (Honorable Mention.) Poster image.
2012 *Jones, Elisabeth A. and Joseph T. Tennis. “Facets of Access: A Typology of Information Dissemination Systems.” Poster presented at iConference 2012, Toronto, ON, February 7-10. (Best Poster Award.) Poster image (original was interactive).
2011 Jones, Elisabeth A. Large-Scale Book Digitization in Historical Context: Outlines of a Comparison.” Poster presented at iConference 2011, Seattle, WA, February 8-11.
2010 *Jones, Elisabeth A.The Imagined User of ‘Universal’ Information Access Efforts: Ingrained Assumptions in Early American Public Libraries and Large-Scale Digitization Initiatives.” Poster presented at iConference 2010, Champaign, IL, February 3-6.
2009 Furlani, Cita, Jane Greenberg, Joe Hourclé, Gail Hodge, Elisabeth Jones, and Jian Qin. Panel on “Standards and Best Practices in Scientific Data Management: Promoting Interoperability and Re-Use.” ASIS&T 2009, Vancouver, BC, November 6-11.
2008 *Jones, Elisabeth A., Harry Bruce, Predrag Klasnja and William Jones. “I Give Up! Five Factors that Contribute to the Abandonment of Information Management Strategies.” Poster presented at ASIS&T 2008, Columbus, OH, October 24-29.

INFORMAL PUBLICATIONS & PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE MATERIALS

2014 Jones, Elisabeth A. “Guest Post: Elisabeth Jones on Monograph Costs and Urban Legends—What’s Wrong with This Picture?” The Scholarly Kitchen (blog), September 26.
2014 Jones, Elisabeth A. “What we talk about when we talk about the Google Books fair use decision.” Library Juice: On the Intersection of Libraries, Politics, and Culture (blog), November 20.
2008 Jones, Elisabeth A., Wendy Lougee, Neil Rambo, and Eric Celeste. “E-Science Talking Points for ARL Deans and Directors.” Washington, DC: Association for Research Libraries, October.

* Peer-reviewed.
** Invited.

AWARDS AND HONORS

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

INFORMATION SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

  • Principles of Information Services (MLIS)
    Instructor, Winter 2016
  • Information Resources, Services, & Collections (MLIS)
    Instructor, Autumn 2015 (38 students)
  • Independent Study (Online MLIS)
    Mentor, Spring-Autumn 2015 (1 student)
  • History and Foundations of Libraries and Librarianship (Online MLIS)
    Instructor, Spring 2015 (16 students)
  • Intellectual Foundations of Informatics (BS Informatics)
    Instructor, Winter 2015 (161 students), Summer 2011 (19 students), Summer 2010 (18) & Summer 2009 (23)
    Teaching Assistant, Spring 2011 (100 students) & Autumn 2010 (105)
    Teaching Practicum, Winter 2009 (45 students)
  • The Question of Information (MLIS)
    Instructor, Autumn 2014 (17 students)
  • Research, Assessment, and Design (Online MLIS)
    Instructor, Autumn 2014 (37 students)
    Teaching Assistant, Autumn 2013 (75 students)
  • Capstone I: Project Planning & Capstone II: Project Implementation (Online INFX)
    Teaching Assistant, Winter-Spring 2014 (158 students)
  • Degree Research Project (INFX)
    Mentor, Autumn 2011-Winter 2012 (1 student)
  • Information Resources, Services, and Collections (Online MLIS)
    Teaching Assistant, Winter 2011 (77 students) & Winter 2010 (70)
  • Information Services and Resources (MSIM)
    Teaching Assistant, Spring 2010 (62 students)
  • Research Methods in Informatics (BS Informatics)
    Teaching Assistant, Autumn 2009 (68 students)
  • Information in Social Context (Online MLIS)
    Teaching Practicum, Spring 2009 (23 students)

SCHOOL OF INFORMATION, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

  • Research Methods for Information Professionals (MSI program)
    Instructor, Winter 2013 (36 students)

RESEARCH POSITIONS

  • Predoctoral Research Associate, Library Cyberinfrastructure Initiatives
    University of Washington Libraries & the Association of Research Libraries
    June – September 2007 & June 2008 – June 2009
  • Predoctoral Research Associate, Keeping Found Things Found (National Science Foundation Grant #0534386)
    University of Washington Information School
    September 2007 – October 2008; Principal Investigators: Dr. William Jones & Dr. Harry Bruce
  • Research Assistant, Knowledge Management in IT Projects
    University of Washington Information School
    June – September 2007

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

REVIEWING & EDITORIAL BOARDS

  • 2014-present     Editorial Board Member, Library Quarterly
  • 2013-present     Reviewer, Submitted Papers, iConference
  • 2012-present     Reviewer, Submitted Papers, First Monday
  • 2015                 External Reviewer, Research Proposals, Swiss National Science Foundation
  • 2014                 Metareviewer, Submitted Papers, ASIS&T Annual Meeting
  • 2010                 Reviewer, Submitted Papers, Policy and Internet
  • 2009                Reviewer, Submitted Papers, ASIS&T Annual Meeting

SERVICE TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE EDUCATION

  • 2015     Selection Committee Member, ALISE Award for Professional Contribution to Library and Information Science Education

SERVICE TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  • 2014        Knowledge Management Session Chair, Annual Meeting
  • 2008-09   Treasurer/Secretary, Special Interest Group for Science & Technical Information

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

  • 2010-11   Doctoral Student Representative, PhD Admissions Committee, Information School
  • 2008-10   All-School Meeting Representative, Doctoral Student Association, Information School
  • 2007-08   Member, Joint Library-Information School Research Program Steering Group

INVITED TALKS

2015 “Copyright and Fair Use: An Introduction.” Half-day workshop for K-12 teachers, staff, and administrators. Northshore School District, Bothell, WA, March 27.

CAMPUS TALKS

2014 Panel Discussion of The Internet’s Own Boy (with Mako Hill, Bryce Newell, and Brian Rowe). iSchool Research Conversation. University of Washington, Seattle, WA, November 24.
2013 Research Methods and the Library Professional.” Emergent Research Conversation Series. University of Michigan Libraries, Ann Arbor, MI, July 22.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Google Library Partnership Research Intern, 2006 – 2007
    Media Relations & Public Affairs, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Student Reference Assistant, 2005 – 2007
    Hatcher Graduate Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Collections Analysis Intern, 2006
    Center for Library Initiatives, Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Urbana, IL
  • “Necessary Knowledge for a Democratic Public Sphere” Intern, 2006
    Social Science Research Council, New York, NY
  • Administrative & Bibliographic Assistant, 2003 – 2005
    Collection Management Department, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, IL
  • Map Collection Student Assistant, 2002 – 2003
    Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Library Association (ALA)
    also Intellectual Freedom Round Table; Library History Round Table; Library Research Round Table
  • American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)
    also Special Interest Group for Information Policy; Special Interest Group for Digital Libraries
  • Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE)

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