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John J Meier

  • Science Librarian
  • Pennsylvania State University
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Research interests

Patents and TrademarksGraphic NovelsScience & Engineering LibrariesLibrary Leadership

About

Library leadership and the future of academic libraries

Co-authors (3)

Editorships

Science and Technology Libraries

Editor for Mathematical, Physical Science & Engineering Librarianship

2011 - Present

Publications (5)

  • Reviews of Science for Science Librarians: Nontrivial Feats—Recent Awards in Mathematics

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  • The future of academic libraries: Conversations with today’s leaders about tomorrow

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  • Turning the revolution into an evolution: the case for design thinking and rapid prototyping in libraries

    • Meier J
    • Miller R
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  • Tips from the experts: Raiders of the lost ArXiv: Citation searching in a disciplinary repository

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  • Mathematically Significant: A Review of Awards in Mathematics with Emphasis on the Fields Medal

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Professional experience

Science Librarian

Pennsylvania State University

February 2007 - Present

Engineering Librarian

New Orleans - University of New Orleans

December 2005 - January 2006(a month)

Systems/Reference Librarian

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

December 2003 - November 2005(2 years)

Education history

Masters of Library and Information Science

School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

August 2002 - August 2003(a year)

Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University

January 1999 - August 2000(2 years)

Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Carnegie Mellon University

August 1995 - December 1998(3 years)