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  • 1. Elizabeth Anne Brown Binghamton University Libraries Binghamton, NY 13902-6012 ebrown@binghamton.edu (607)777-4882EducationUniversity of Texas, Austin MLIS, Librarianship 1998University of Pittsburgh MS, Chemistry 1992Thesis: Coadsorbed Molecules on Alkali Metal Promoted Surfaces: Investigation of the Extent of COIsotope Mixing on K/CO/Ni(111) using IRAS and TPD. Advisor: Kenneth C. JandaUniversity of Virginia BA, Chemistry 1990Professional ExperienceScholarly Communications and Library Grants Officer, Binghamton University Libraries, 2008- dateAssociate Librarian Rank (tenured)Monitor current developments in scholarly communications, open access, institutional repositories,intellectual property, and related legislative initiatives. Collaborate with library faculty, research faculty,graduate students, campus administrators, and the library community on issues relevant to scholarlycommunications. Communicate with university offices and administration regarding intellectualproperty and copyright matters. Represent the Libraries in the development of university policy oncopyright, the public domain, user privacy, and other scholarly communications issues. Developeducational opportunities for sharing information regarding scholarly communications, intellectualproperty, open access, institutional repositories, and legislative actions impacting these issues. Organizeand develop programs to educate the University community on scholarly communication andintellectual property topics. Develop and maintain the Libraries’ Scholarly Communication website andpublications. Participate and guide development of the Libraries’ digital collections.Administer the Libraries’ grant-writing and planning activities including application planning, writing,editing, budgeting and submission. Preparation of follow-up reports from administered grants andsummaries of grant activity. Work with library staff to develop grant budgets and submit budget updateson grant activities. Act as liaison between the Libraries and the University’s Division of Research and thecampus grants administrator.Represent the Libraries to the departments of Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, AppliedPhysics, and Astronomy and the Materials Science and Engineering Program. Develop and manage thelibrary resources for relevant programs. Provide reference service within the Libraries. Plan andimplement instructional programs and classes for relevant programs.Science Library Coordinator, Binghamton University Libraries, 2006 – 2008
  • 2. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.eduAssociate Librarian Rank (tenured)Planned, managed, implemented, and evaluated Science Library services in consultation with supervisorand Library Administration. In consultation with staff, planned and coordinated staff training in theScience Library. Supervised and evaluated the work of three science subject librarians, InformationServices Coordinator and three paraprofessional staff. Serve as Science Library facilities and emergencycontact. Coordinated science and engineering collections and represented the Libraries to theChemistry, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy and Materials Science andEngineering Programs. Developed and maintained print and/or electronic reference and instructionalresources. Provided reference service and participated in the Libraries’ instructional programs.Science Reference Librarian / Bibliographer, Binghamton University Libraries, 1998 – 2006Associate Librarian Rank, 6/2004 – Present (tenured)Senior Assistant Librarian Rank, 6/2001 – 5/2004Assistant Librarian Rank, 6/1998 – 5/2001 Chemistry Liaison, 1998–Present Physics, Applied Physics and Astronomy Liaison, 1998–Present Mathematical Sciences Liaison, 2000-Present Materials Science and Materials Engineering Liaison, 2004-Present Science Reference Liaison, 2005 -2009 Mechanical Engineering Liaison, 2004-2008 Acting Engineering Liaison, 1998 – 1999, 2001, 2004 Acting Nursing Liaison, 2003 Geological Sciences Liaison, 1998–2000Selected library materials for the Libraries’ collections using firm order funds, approval plans anddonated materials. Managed library collections including replacement of damaged, lost, and missingitems as well as selection of new materials and weeding and relocation of dated items. Managed andreview of collections budgets through approval plan profiles, serials and standing orders budgets.Developed and maintain liaisons between the Libraries and the appropriate academic departments.Created, developed, and maintained web pages for appropriate subjects and departments to promoteaccess to the Libraries’ collections. Specialized training and support for researchers and studentssearching on Scifinder Scholar and MDL Crossfire Commander (Beilstein) products. Instruction forundergraduate and graduate students in chemical information sources, through course sessions andcollaborations with department faculty. Provided in-person and virtual reference service at the ScienceLibrary Information Services Desk and Bartle Library Reference Desk. Graduate Student Research Assistant Supervisor, 2004 – 2006 Library Peer Assistants and Information Services Desk Student Assistant Supervisor, 2004 – 2006Developed position descriptions and hired and evaluated student employees. Hired, scheduled, andtrained Graduate Student Research Assistants. Submitted student payroll timesheets and 2
  • 3. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.educoordinated semester evaluations of Graduate Student Research Assistants with input from ScienceLibrary staff.Adjunct Lecturer, Harpur College, Binghamton University, 1999 - 2000Developed syllabus, assignments, lectures, quizzes and course evaluations and taught HARP205B:Information Strategies: Science and Math in fall 1999 and spring 2000 semesters.Engineering Librarian, Information Center (now the Robert R. Fossum Technical Information Center)Institute for Advanced Technology, University of Texas-Austin, 1997 - 1998Collected, cataloged, budgeted Developed and designed the library website.Office Assistant, Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas-Austin, 1997Library Page, Briscoe Center for Anerican History (formerly the Center for American History),University of Texas-Austin, 1996-1997Circulation, shelving and patron assistance at the Perry-Casteñeda Library Circulation Desk. Paging andspecial project work on archives, newspaper clipping files and other collections at the Center forAmerican History.Veterinary Research Assistant, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of VeterinaryMedicine, 1993 - 1996Developed analytical and quantitative methods to detect cocaine, procaine penicillin G, morphine andother substances from equine urine, plasma and tissue samples using HPLC and GC/MS and extractiontechniques.Research Assistant, Chemistry Department, University of Pittsburgh, 1991 – 1992Designed and performed reaction kinetics and dynamics experiments of carbon monoxide isotopemixing on alkali-metal promoted single crystal metal surfaces using mass spectrometry and infraredspectrometry.Awards and Honors9. Individual Development Award, New York State / United University Professions (2011).8. Distinguished Service Award, Binghamton Section, American Chemical Society (2010).7. Individual Development Award, New York State / United University Professions (2009).6. Individual Development Award, New York State / United University Professions, (2006).5. Professional Development Award, United University Professions (1999).4. Member, University of Texas at Austin Chapter, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society (1997).3. Competitive Academic Scholarship and Tuition Waiver, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Texas at Austin (1996-97).2. Member, Xi Chapter, University of Pittsburgh, Phi Lambda Upsilon National Honorary Chemical Society (1992).1. First-year graduate fellowship, Chemistry Department, University of Pittsburgh (1990). 3
  • 4. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.eduResearch, Scholarship, and Creative ActivitiesBook AuthoredBrown, E. (2012). Sudden Selector’s Guide to Chemistry Information Resources, Collection Management Section of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, ALA Press.Refereed Articles7. Maximiek, S., Rushton, E., Brown, E., (2010). Coding into the Great Unknown: Analyzing Instant Messaging Session Transcripts to identify user behaviors and measure quality of service, College & Research Libraries, 71, 361-373.6. Brown, E., Maximiek, S., Rushton, E., (2006). Connecting to Students: Launching Instant Messaging Reference at Binghamton University, College & Undergraduate Libraries, 13, 31-42.5. McManus, A., Brown, E., Hulbert, D., Maximiek, S., Rushton, E., (2005). Implementing E-reserves using the new Blackboard Content System, The Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & E- Reserve, 16, 85-92.4. Uboh, C., Soma, L., Luo, Y., McNamara, E., Fennell, M., May, L., Teleis, D., Rudy, J., Watson, A., (2000). Pharmacokinetics of penicillin G procaine versus penicillin G potassium and procaine hydrochloride in horses, American Journal of Veterinary Research, 61, 811-815.3. Luo, Y., McNamara, B., Fennell, M.A., Teleis, D.C., May, L., Rudy, J., Watson, A.O., Uboh, C.E., Soma, L.R., (1998). Quantification of penicillin G and procaine in equine urine and plasma using high performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography B: Biomedical Sciences and Applications, 714, 269-276.2. Sacksteder, L., Zipp, A. P., Brown, E. A., Streich, J., Demas, J.N., DeGraff, B.A., (1990). Luminescence Studies of Pyridine α-Diimine Rhenium(I) Tricarbonyl Complexes, Inorganic Chemistry, 29, 4335- 4340.1. Sacksteder, L., Ballew, R.M., Brown, E. A., Nesselrodt, D., Demas, J.N., DeGraff,B. A., (1990). Photophysics in a Disco: Luminescence Quenching of Quinine, Journal of Chemical Education, 67, 1065-1067.Non-Refereed Articles11. Brown, E., (2012). Game of Clones: Using analytical research data to identify institutional peers and collections needs, Association of Research Libraries 2012 Assessment Conference Proceedings. (in revision)10. Brown, E., (2011). Scholarly Communications Symposium a Success, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Fall 2010/Spring 2011, p. 1.9. Brown, E., (2010). Symposium -- "Publishing, Promoting and Preserving Scholarship @ SUNY" to be held at Binghamton University, SUNYergy (SUNY Libraries Working Together), October 2010, 12 (4). Available at http://www.sunyconnect.suny.edu/sunyergy/47binghamton_conference.htm8. Brown, E., (2010). Scholarly Publishing Initiative a Success with Faculty and Students, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Fall 2009/Spring 2010, p. 2. 4
  • 5. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu7. Brown, E., (2009). A Season of Change: How Science Librarians Can Remain Relevant with Open Access and Scholarly Communications Initiatives, Issues in Science Technology Librarianship, Fall 2009. Available at http://www.istl.org/09-fall/article2.html6. Brown, E., (2009). Google Book Search: What is it? How will it affect my work?, The Connection, Binghamton Chapter, United University Professions, Issue 71, 3.5. Brown, E., (2008/2009). Libraries Jointly Sponsor Scholarly Communications Symposium, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Fall 2008/Spring 2009, 2.4. Brown, E., (2007). Libraries Join Portico for Online Journal Preservation, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Spring 2007, 2.3. Brown, B., (2005). One-Stop Shopping at Science, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Fall 2005, 4.2. Brown, B., McManus, A., (2005). Libraries Link to ScienceDirect and ARTstor, Library Links, Binghamton University Libraries, Spring 2005, 1, 6.1. Brown, E. A., (1999). Taking Control of the Information Explosion: Managing and Implementing Cost Effective Information Resources in an Academic Special Library, Knowledge Leaders for the New Millennium: Creators of the Information Future, 90 th Annual Conference Contributed Papers, Special Libraries Association: Washington, 121 – 125.Software and Book Reviews19. Brown, E. (2013). The Elements [Review of the book The Elements, by J. Challoner]. Library Journal, 138, 103-104.18. Brown, E. (2012). I Died for Beauty: Dorothy Wrinch and the Cultures of Science [Review of the book I died for Beauty; Dorothy Wrinch and the cultures of science, by M. Senechal]. Library Journal, 137, 97.17. Brown, E., (2012). Computing: A Concise History [Review of the book Computing: A concise history, by P.E. Ceruzzi]. Library Journal, 137, 93-94.16. Brown, Elizabeth, (2012). Taking Sudoku Seriously: The Math Behind the World’s Most Popular Pencil Puzzle [Review of the book Taking Sudoku Seriously: The math behind the world’s most popular pencil puzzle, by J. Rosenhouse and L. Taalman]. Library Journal, 137, 125.15. Brown, Elizabeth, (2011). Fascinating Mathematical People: Interviews and Memoirs [Review of the book Fascinating Mathematical People: Interviews and memoirs, by D.J. Albers and G.L. Alexanderson, ed.]. Library Journal Xpress Reviews, October 28, 2011. (featured title)14. Brown, Elizabeth, (2011). Physics on the Fringe: Smoke Rings, Circlons, and Alternative Theories of Everything [Review of the book Physics on the Fringe: Smoke rings, circlons, and the alternative theories of everything, by M. Wertheim]. Library Journal, 136, 103.13. Brown, Elizabeth, (2011). One, Two, Three: Absolutely Elementary Mathematics [Review of the book One, Two, Three: Absolutely elementary mathematics, by D. Berlinski]. Library Journal Xpress Reviews, July 22, 2011.12. Brown, Elizabeth, (2011). The Beginning of Infinity: Explanations That Transform the World [Review of the book The Beginning of Infinity: Explanations that transform the world, by D. Deutsch]. Library Journal, 136, 115. 5
  • 6. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu11. Brown, Elizabeth, (2007). How Mathematicians Think: Using Ambiguity, Contradiction, and Paradox to Create Mathematics [Review of the book How Mathematicians Think: Using ambiguity, contradiction, and paradox to create mathematics, by W. Byers]. Library Journal, 132, 116.10. Brown, Elizabeth, (2006). Encyclopedia of Physics (3rd Ed.) [Review of the book Encyclopedia of Physics (3rd. Ed.), by R.G. Lerner and G.L. Trigg, ed.]. Library Journal 131, 120.9. Brown, Elizabeth, (2005). God Created the Integers: The Mathematical Breakthroughs That Changed History [Review of the book God Created the Integers: The mathematical breakthroughs that changed history, by S. Hawking]. Library Journal 130, 77.8. Brown, Elizabeth, (2005). The Theory of Almost Everything: The Standard Model, the Unsung Triumph f Modern Physics [Review of the book The Theory of Almost Everything: The standard model, the unsung triumph of modern physics by R. Oerter]. Library Journal, 130, 107.7. Brown, Elizabeth, (2005). The Equation That Couldn’t Be Solved: How Mathematical Genius Discovered the Language of Symmetry [Review of the book The Equation that Couldn’t Be Solved: How mathematical genius discovered the language of symmetry, by M. Livio]. Library Journal 130, 117.6. Brown, Elizabeth, (2005). The Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe [Review of the book The Road to Reality: A complete guide to the laws of the universe, by R. Penrose]. Library Journal, 130, 154 – 155.5. Brown, E., (2004). Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry [Review of the book Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry, by J.L. Atwood and J.W. Steed, ed.]. Library Journal, 129, 120-122.4. Brown, E., (2004). Chemistry: Foundations and Applications [Review of the book Chemistry: Foundations and applications, by J.J. Lagowski, ed.]. Library Journal, 129, 186.3. Brown, E., (2004). The Mathematical Century: The 30 Greatest Problems of the Last 100 Years [Review of the book The Mathematical Century: The 30 greatest problems of the last 100 Years, by P. Odifreddi]. Library Journal, 129, 175-178.2. Brown, E., (2003). Building Blocks of Matter: A Supplement to the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Physics [Review of the book Building Blocks of Matter: A supplement to the Macmillan encyclopedia of physics, by J. S. Rigden, ed.]. Library Journal, 127, 57.1. Brown, E. A., (1998). Fillers, Extenders, and Diluents Electronic Handbook [Review of the software Fillers, Extenders and Diluents, by M. Ash and I. Ash, ed.]. Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 39, 420.National, International Presentations10. Brown, E. (2013, June 10). Title TBD, Next Generation Sci-Tech Librarian Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. (scheduled) (invited)9. Brown, E., (2012, October 31). Game of Clones: Using analytical research data to identify institutional peers and collections needs, Association of Research Libraries 2012 Assessment Conference. Retrieved from http://libraryassessment.org/bm~doc/Brown_Elizabeth_2012.pdf (contributed, competitive submission)8. Brown, E., (2012, August 22). Really Mystified: Creating the Chemistry Sudden Selectors Guide, ALCTS Webinar Series. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/upcoming/webinar/082212 (invited) 6
  • 7. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu7. Brown, E., (2012, March 28). Finding the Future: Using research analytical tools with journal article databases and social media data to identify high-impact research leaders and programs, Libraries and Institutional Research Evaluation Symposium, American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition. Retrieved from http://presentations.acs.org/common/presentation- detail.aspx/Spring2012/CINF/CINF004/20-10-0121 (contributed, competitive submission)6. Brown, E., (2011, April 15). Elsevier’s SciVal Spotlight, Nature Publishing Group Library Advisory Board Meeting. (invited)5. Brown, E., (2010, June 16). Grants Librarianship: Coordination and Planning in your library and beyond, Grants Librarianship Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/ebrown/grants-librarianship-6-4-2010-16239881 (invited)4. Brown, E., (2009, March 23). Chemistry Librarianship: What’s on the Horizon? How do we get there?, Are Chemistry Information Professionals Ready for the Future?, Division of Chemical Information, American Chemical Society National Meeting. Retrieved from http://acscinf.org/docs/meetings/237nm/presentations/237nm28.pdf (contributed, competitive submission)3. Brown, E., (2007, June 5). Chemistry for the Unpolarized: How to Find Spectra Information, Contributed Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/ebrown/spectroscopy-sources-6-1-07 (invited)2. Brown, E., (2007, June 5). Connecting to Students: launching Instant Messaging Reference at Binghamton University, Physics Roundtable Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/ebrown/connecting-to-students-5-30-07 (invited)1. Brown, E. A., (1999, June 8). Taking Control of the Information Explosion: Managing and Implementing Cost Effective Information Resources in an Academic Special Library, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. (contributed, competitive submission)Regional Presentations14. Brown, E., (2011, November 4). 5 steps to using open access in the classroom, New concepts in teaching and learning: E-texts, open educational resources and more, State University of New York Innovation Grant Workshop. (invited)13. Brown, E., (2010, October 21). Web 0.0/1.0/2.0/3.0 and Chemical Information, Guest Lecture for Chemical Information Retrieval Class (367/767), Drexel University Chemistry Department, Jean- Claude Bradley, Instructor. (invited)12. Brown, E., (2010, June 29). Digital Initiatives, Capitalizing on Experience throughout SUNY, Power of Tuesday Series. (invited)11. Brown, E., (2010, May 14). Open Science and Libraries, OpenSciNY Conference, New York University. (invited)10. Brown, E., (2010, May 7). Promoting Scholarship with Services, Programs and Publishing: the Evolution of Scholarly Communications at Binghamton University, ACRL Western New York / Ontario Meeting. (contributed, competitive submission)9. Brown, E., (2009, November 5). Scholarly Communications: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, Ex Libris Mid Atlantic Users Group Meeting. (contributed, competitive submission) 7
  • 8. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu8. Brown, E., (2009, October 9). The Chemist’s Toolkit for Publishing and Promoting your work on the Internet, Publishing and Promoting Chemistry in the Internet Age, Northeast Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society. (invited)7. Shephard, E., Brown, E., Rushton, E., (2007, June 14). Funding for the Future: Binghamton University’s Collections Resource Allocation Process, SUNYLA Annual Conference. (contributed, competitive submission)6. Brown, E., (2006, October 6). Introduction to Scholarly Communications, The Future of Scholarly Communications, Northeast Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society. (contributed)5. Brown, E., Klein, P. J., (2006, September 29). Getting it Done – Roundtable Discussion, The Accidental Manager: Project Management and Leadership Strategies for Information Professionals, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association. (contributed)4. Brown, E., Jones, Jr., W. E., (2005, May 25). From Student to Scientist: Using a Team-Teaching Approach to Develop Scientific Communication Skills, Computers in Technology Conference, State University of New York. (contributed, competitive submission)3. Brown, E., (2004, October 1). Practitioner’s Perspective: Collection Development Issues and Strategies for Academic Libraries, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association. (invited)2. Hogan, J., Brown, E., (2003, April 16). Evaluating Web Sites, Search Tools, and Web Ratings Services, Continuing Education Course, Northern New York Library Network. (invited)1. Brown, E., (2000, November 14). Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn, Upstate New York Science Librarians Annual Meeting. (contributed)Campus Presentations9. Brown, E., (2012, August 27). Copyright and Research Data Support, New Faculty Orientation.8. Brown, E., (2012, May 22). Research Data Management, Binghamton University Center for Autonomous Solar Power researchers.7. Meador, Jr., J., Brown, E., (2011, January 13). Binghamton University Libraries Executive Briefing for Bahgat Sammakia, Interim Vice President for Research. Retrieved from6. Brown, E., (2008, October 21). Open Access Publishing: What you need to know, Binghamton University Faculty Senate Library Committee meeting. Retrieved from5. Brown, E., (2008, October 21). SPARC Update, Binghamton University Faculty Senate Library Committee Meeting. Retrieved from4. Brown, E., (2006, April 7). SPARC Information Session, Faculty Senate Library Committee Meeting. Retrieved from3. Hogan, J., Brown, E., (2002, January 12). Evaluating Web Resources, Institute for Student Centered Learning (ISCL4), Center for Teaching and Learning.2. Hogan, J., Brown, E., (2001, June 2). Evaluating Web Resources, Institute for Student Centered Learning (ISCL3), Center for Teaching and Learning.1. Hogan, J., Brown, E., (2001, January 16). Evaluating Web Resources, Institute for Student Centered Learning (ISCL2), Center for Teaching and Learning. 8
  • 9. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.eduInternal Library Presentations23. Brown, E., (2012, August 15). Copyright and Research Data Support, Library Presentation for Provost Donald G. Neiman.22. Brown, E., (2012, February 8). Scholarly Communications Update, Library Presentation for President Harvery G. Stenger, Jr.21. Binghamton University Libraries: An Executive Briefing for President Harvey G. Stenger, Jr., February 8, 2012 (contributor)20. Brown, E., Hailey, C. (2011, October 17). 2011 Special Libraries Association Conference Report, Library Faculty Brown Bag seminar.19. Brown, E., (2011, August 19). Library Strategic Planning, Binghamton University Libraries 2011 Staff Retreat.18. Brown, E., (2011, August 19). Scholarly Communications Update, Binghamton University Libraries 2011 Staff Retreat.17. Brown, E., Goldberg, R., (2010, December 16). Library Assessment Conference LAC 2010 Report, Binghamton University Libraries’ Administrative Council meeting.16. Brown, E., (2010, August 26). SciVal Spotlight: Introduction, Campus Profile, Collections Analysis Tools, Binghamton University Collections Staff meeting.15. Brown, E., (2010, March 17). Social Networking and Scholarly Communications, Library Faculty Brown Bag seminar.14. Brown, E., (2009, February 9). Scholarly Communications: What’s Happening and Why is it Important?, Library Faculty Brown Bag seminar.13. Brown, E., Dixon, C., (2008, December 15). Library Grant Funding Basics, Library Faculty Brown Bag seminar.12. Brown, E., (2008, October 22). Open Access Publishing: What you need to know, Binghamton University Libraries All-Staff Meeting.11. Brown, E., (2008, February 22). How to Win Friends and Influence People in Another World: An Introduction to Second Life, Library Brown Bag seminar.10. Brown, E., (2007, June 29). Tips on Answering Reference Questions, or How to Wing it, Version 2.0, Library Public Services staff training session.9. Brown, E., (2007, April 10). Scifinder Scholar 2006 Information Session, Library Reference Department training session.8. Brown, E., (2005, October 25). Web Search University Report: Search engine features, Searching strategies, Searching multimedia on the web, Reference Department staff training session.7. Brown, E., (2005, August 24). Tips on Answering Reference Questions, or How to Wing it, Library Public Services staff training session.6. Brown, E., (2005, May 5). Collection Building through Publication: Writing Book Reviews and Working With Publishers for Collection and Professional Development, Library Brown Bag seminar.5. Brown, E., (2004, March 30). Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics: Collections, Reference, and Research at BU, Binghamton University Libraries.4. Brown, E., Roe, E., Skuster, C., (2001, April 6). Trends and Issues in Journal Publishing and Scholarly Communication: report from the University at Albany conference, Library Brown Bag seminar. 9
  • 10. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu3. Skuster, C., Roe, K., Roe, E., Brown, E., (1999, October 22). Report on the 1999 SLA Annual Conference, Library Brown Bag seminar.2. Brown, E., Perry, A., (1999, April 16). SCRLC Workshop Report: Licensing Electronic Resources, Library Brown Bag seminar.1. Brown, E., (1999, January 8). Report on the Upstate Science Librarian’s Meeting, Library Brown Bag seminar.Poster Presentations7. Brown, E., Maximiek, S., Rushton, E., (2008, June). Meebome: How good are we?, Using Evaluation Data to Change & Improve Virtual Reference virtual poster session, Management of Electronic Resources and Services Committee, Emerging Technologies in Reference Section, Reference and User Services Association, American Library Association Annual Conference.6. Jenks-Brown, A., Brown, E., (2006, June 12). Transformation of Circulation, Reference, and Reserves Services – Converging library service desk functions into a shared service point, Chemistry, Sci-Tech and Physics-Astromony-Math Divisions Poster Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference.5. Brown, E., (2005, June). Instruction: a Key to Understanding Scientist’s User Behavior, Chemistry, Sci- Tech, and Physics-Astronomy-Math Poster Session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference.4. Hogan, J., Brown, E., (2002, June). Teaching Web Evaluation to Teaching Faculty – the Institute for Student Centered Learning (ISCL) Presentations at Binghamton University, SUNYLA Annual Conference.3. Brown, E., (1995, August). Solid Phase Extraction and Quantitation of Penicillin G in Equine Urine and Plasma, Faculty Research Retreat, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.2. Brown, E., (1994, August). Hydroxycocaine as a marker for the in-vivo metabolism of cocaine in the Horse, Faculty Research Retreat, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.1. Brown, E., (1990, April). Temperature dependent lifetime decay studies of pyridine, bipyridine, terpyridine, and chlorine substituted Rhenium (I) complexes, Virginia Undergraduate Research Symposium Poster Session, University of Virginia.Funded Projects3. Co-Principal Investigator, New concepts in teaching and learning: E-texts, open educational resources and more, $3,000, Innovation Grant, Faculty Access to Computing Technology (FACT2), State University of New York (2011-12).2. Project Director, Publishing, Promoting and Preserving Scholarship @ SUNY, $5,000, Conversations in the Disciplines Award, State University of New York (2010-11).1. Project Director, New Approaches to Scholarly Communications and Publishing, $6,000, Provost’s Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Symposia, Binghamton University (2008). 10
  • 11. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.eduProfessional MembershipsAmerican Chemical Society (ACS), 1992-92, 1999-PresentAmerican Library Association (ALA), 1997-98, 2012-PresentCenter for Intellectual Property (CIP), 2012-PresentSpecial Libraries Association (SLA), 1996-PresentSociety for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), 2011-2012State University of New York Librarians Association (SUNYLA), 1998-99Professional Service (National/International)9. Leader, Book Discussion Group, 2012 Annual Conference, Physics Astronomy Math Division, Special Libraries Association (2012).8. Secretary, Physics Astronomy Math Division, Special Libraries Association (2011-12).7. Member, Library Advisory Committee, Nature Publishing Group (2011-Present).6. Member, Community Advisors, Mendeley (2010-Present).5. Member, Accession Board, National Science Digital Library (2010–12).4. Member, Research Information Management Roadmap Project, Research Information Management Support for the Research Process, Research Libraries Group (2009–10).3. Member, Technology Review Advisory Committee, Special Libraries Association (2005-06).2. Member, Education Committee, Chemical Information Division, American Chemical Society (2000- 02).1. Member, Networking Committee, Physics Astronomy Math Division, Special Libraries Association (1999-2005).Professional Service (Regional)6. Member, E-Publishing Task Group, SUNY Council on Teaching and Faculty Access to Technology (2011–2012).5. Chair, Nominations Committee, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2010).4. Chair, Awards Committee, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2007-09).3. Member, Advisory Committee on Information Technologies and Services, New York South Central Regional Library Council (2007-08).2. President, Upstate New Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2007); President-Elect (2005-06); Past-President (2008).1. Co-editor, Chapter Bulletin, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2004-05).Professional Service (Local)4. Treasurer, Binghamton Section, American Chemical Society (2011-13).3. Member-at-Large, Binghamton ACS Binghamton Section, Member at Large (2010-12).2. Chair, Binghamton Section, American Chemical Society (2008); Chair-Elect (2007). 11
  • 12. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.edu1. Treasurer, Executive Board Member, 2006 Northeast Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society (2004-07).Symposia, Conference Programming8. Program Planning Committee, New concepts in teaching and learning: E-texts, open educational resources and more, Innovation Grant, Faculty Access to Computing Technology (FACT2), State University of New York (2011).7. Program Planner, Publishing Promoting and Preserving Scholarship @ SUNY, Conversations in the Disciplines (CID) Program, State University of New York (2010-11).6. Program Planner, New Approaches to Scholarly Communications and Publishing, Provost’s Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Symposia, Binghamton University (2008-09).5. Moderator, Collaboration: Where information professionals, faculty and vendors connect, Physics Roundtable, Annual Conference, Special Libraries Association (2008).4. Member, Program Planning Committee, Legere Scientium, Annual Meeting of the Upstate New York Science Librarians, Binghamton University (2006).3. Symposia Co-Chair, The Future of Scholarly Communications, Northeast Regional Meeting, American Chemical Society (2006).2. Program Planner, The Accidental Manager – Project Management and Leadership Strategies for Information Professionals, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2006).1. Program Planner, The Future is Now— Take Charge of Your Career as an Information Professional!, Upstate New York Chapter, Special Libraries Association (2006).Professional, Leadership Training (selected)13. Association of College & Research Libraries Conference (2013). (scheduled)12. Certificate in Copyright Management and Leadership, Center for Intellectual Property, University of Maryland University College (2012).11. Library Publishing Workshop Series, Georgia Tech University and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (2011). (selected, competitive submission)10. Fall Membership Meeting, Coalition for Networked Information (2010).9. Library Assessment Conference, Association of Research Libraries (2010, 2012).8. Digital Repositories Meeting, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (2008, 2010).7. Proposal Writing and Proposal Budgeting, The Foundation Center (2008).6. Leadership Institute, American Chemical Society (2008).5. Fundamentals of Supervision Part I, Binghamton University Continuing Education Programs (2006).4. Leadership Summit, Special Libraries Association (2006-07).3. Annual Symposium on Scholarly Communication, University at Albany (2001, 2006)2. Annual Conference, Special Libraries Association (1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007-08, 2010-13 (scheduled))1. National Meeting and Exposition, American Chemical Society (1998, 2009, 2012) 12
  • 13. Elizabeth Brown ebrown@binghamton.eduLibrary Service39. Chair, Library Faculty Copyright Review Task Force (2012).38. Member, Library Faculty E-prints Review Task Force (2011-Present).37. Member, Engineering Librarian Search Committee (2012).36. Member, Dean’s Executive Council (2012-Present).35. Member, Rosetta Implementation Team (2011-Present).34. Co-Chair, Assessment Team (2010-Present).33. Member, Collection Development and Management Steering Committee (2007-Present).32. Chair, Scholarly Communications Committee (2005-Present).31. Member, Digital Reference Committee (2005-Present).30. Member, Library Junior Personnel Committee (2004-Present); Chair (2008-09).29. Member, Library Faculty Development Committee (1998-2000, 2004-06, 2010-12): Chair (2005).28. Member, Library Faculty Criteria Review Task Force (2011).27. Chair, Scopus/Web of Science Review Task Force (2011).26. Member, ContentPro Development Team (2008-09).25. Member, Digitization Policy Advisory Committee (2008).24. Member, Technical Services Review Committee (2008-09).23. Member, Administrative Council (2007-11)22. Member, Electronic Resources Committee (2007).21. Member, Electronic and Continuing Resources Review Task Force (2007).20. Member, Operations Group (2007).19. Member, Library Faculty Executive Committee (2006-08).18. Member, Public Services Council (2006-07).17. Member, E-Journal Preservation Task Force (2006).16. Member, Information Services Coordinator Search Committee, Science Library (2006).15. Member, Collections Budget Allocation Review Committee (2006-07).14. Member, Collections Moves Committee (2005-09).13. Member, E-Selection Task Force (2005-07).12. Member, Reference Collections Team (2005-09).11. Member, Assessment Committee (2004-06).10. Member, Electronic Reserves and Blackboard Content Management Task Force (2004-05).9. Member, Library Faculty Discretionary Salary Increase Committee (1998-2000, 2004-06); Chair (1999).8. Leader, Libraries Strategic Planning Overview Team (2003-04).7. Secretary, Library Faculty (2001-03).6. Member, Information Literacy Committee (2000-05).5. Member, ALEPH Training Committee (2001-02).4. Member, ALEPH Indexing Committee (2000-01).3. Member, Web Team (1999-2000).2. Member, Library Faculty Caucus (1998-2004).1. Member, Instruction Working Group (1999-2000). 13