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Margaret Smith

  • MSLIS, MA
  • Archivist
  • UbuWeb
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Research interests

social information-seeking behavior history of classification archives and preservation of sound and moving images

About

Margaret Smith is the Physical Sciences Librarian at New York University. She supports research, instruction and collections related to physics, chemistry, and the history and social studies of science and technology. She also serves as the Archivist for UbuWeb, an online educational resource for avant garde texts, sound, and moving images. Her greater goal is to facilitate maximum helpful access to information in order to foster new ideas, connections, and creation.

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    Jonathan CainHunter College, City University of New York

  • Alycia Sellie

    Alycia SellieCUNY - Graduate School & University Center

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    Alexa Pearce

  • Kara Whatley

    Kara WhatleyNew York University

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    Andrew BennieMendeley

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Publications

Punctuated Browse: The found poetry of the OPAC

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Librarian Bomb  (2009)
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BobstRef: Blogging the Knowledge Base in an Academic Library

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NMRT Footnotes: Scholarship and Research for New Librarians (2008)
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Genotypic diversity and population structure in Dictyostelium discoideum

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Professional experience

Archivist

UbuWeb

January 2010 - Present

Physical Sciences Librarian

New York University

January 2008 - Present

Education history

Syracuse University

MS in Library and Information Science

September 2007 - May 2010 (3 years)

Rice University

MA in Evolutionary Biology

September 2001 - May 2003 (2 years)

Rice University

BA in Physics & Studio Art (double major)

September 1995 - May 2000 (5 years)