Need help finding some great books for the youngsters on your holiday list? UT Knoxville might be able to help. Miranda Clark, director of UT’s Center for Children’s & Young Adult Literature, suggests five reads for children.
A UT Knoxville Professor Carol Tenopir is serving on the U.S. Congressional roundtable to study how the results of federally funded research can be more widely disseminated. Tenopir is a professor of information sciences and the director of the Center for Information and Communication Studies at UT Knoxville.
Jessica Waugh spends her days working as a librarian in the Chesterfield County Public Library in Richmond, Va. At night, she attends classes at UT Knoxville, where she is completing her master’s of science degree in information science and working on her thesis. She’s not racking up miles on her car, though. She’s merely logging
The Center for Children’s & Young Adult Literature at UT Knoxville will celebrate its grand re-opening on Monday, Nov. 2, with an open house and lecture by award-winning author Susan Campbell Bartoletti. The center, which has been around for 10 years, has moved its noncirculating, examination book collection from the Hodges Library to 434 Communications
Carol Tenopir, a professor in the School of Information Sciences at UT Knoxville, has received the 2009 ASIS&T Award of Merit. The award, from the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), is the group’s highest honor.
UT Knoxville Chancellor’s Professor Carol Tenopir, a faculty member in the School of Information Sciences, is featured in this Inside Higher Ed story on how university libraries are serving the growing field of interdisciplinary studies.