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Greg Hardin

  • M.L.S.
  • Information Literacy Coordinator
  • University of North Texas
  • 0ReadersNumber of instances of Greg's publications in Mendeley libraries. Updated daily.
  • 4PublicationsNumber of items in Greg's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

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Greg Hardin is an academic reference librarian. He has an undergraduate degree in photography/film from the University of Idaho, his M.L.S. from Texas Woman’s University, and is a member of the Beta Lambda Chapter of Beta Phi Mu International LIS Honor Society. Greg has worked in academic public services since 1997 and prior to this he worked for eight years in the retail book trade. Much of Greg’s work focuses on technology, information literacy, and the user experience. A reference librarian at Texas Woman’s University, he has served on many Library and University committees including Faculty Senate. In addition, Mr. Hardin has taught as an adjunct instructor in the TWU School of Library and Information Studies. Having presented at both, he is active in the American Library Association and the Texas Library Association. As a fifth generation Texan, Greg grew up in Waco. He is a seasoned soccer spectator, ambitious art aesthete, fervent film fancier, ardent audiophile, craftbeer connoisseur, and an avid admirer of alliteration.

Followers (23)

  • Embroidery Digitizing

    Embroidery DigitizingUniversity of Toronto - Mississauga

  • Guus van den Brekel

    Guus van den BrekelEmerging Technology in ACademic Libraries (EMTACL) Conference

  • Bronwen K. Maxson

    Bronwen K. MaxsonUniversity of Colorado Boulder

  • Starr Hoffman

    Starr HoffmanUniversity of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Emily Hurst

    Emily HurstVirginia Commonwealth University

  • Xoom Solutions

    Xoom Solutions

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Following (27)

  • Jerusha Shipstead

    Jerusha ShipsteadUniversity of Pikeville

  • Kayleigh Bohemier

    Kayleigh BohemierYale University Center for Science and Social Science Information

  • Bronwen K. Maxson

    Bronwen K. MaxsonUniversity of Colorado Boulder

  • Glenda Insua

    Glenda InsuaUniversity of Illinois at Chicago

  • Lorna Dawes

    Lorna DawesUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Lateka Grays

    Lateka Grays

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Publications (4)

  • Teaching the Catalog as a Reference Tool

    • Roy L
    • Hardin G
  • Pioneering New Directions: Creating a Social Media Strategy.

    • Hardin G
    • Klug B
    • Williams U
  • iPioneers Managing a World of Information: Building Skills for Scholarship and Lifelong Learning

    • Maxwell C
    • Owens A
    • Hardin G
  • The impact of outsourcing and privatization on library services and management

    • Martin R
    • Brown S
    • Claes J

Professional experience

Information Literacy Coordinator

University of North Texas

January 2015 - Present

Reference Librarian II

Texas Woman's University

December 1997 - December 2014(17 years)

Adjunct Instructor

Texas Woman's University, School of Library and Information Studies

September 2005 - December 2009(4 years)

Education history


Texas Woman's University, School of Library and Information Studies

September 1998 - December 2000(2 years)

B.S. Communication - Photography/Film

School of Journalism and Mass Media, University of Idaho