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    • Joe Murphy Librarian and Technology Trend Spotter Consultant Former Science Librarian, Yale Universitylibraryfuture@gmail.comPo Box 15693Beverly Hills, CA 90209 http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/libraryfuture Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joemurphy3 Twitter: libraryfutureExpertise: Identifying and synthesizing technology trends and their impacts on information andservices.Experience and Influence Summary:I have had four+ years of distinguished service in the Yale University Science Libraries, wideexperience at the University of Hawaii Libraries as a graduate student, and extensive scholarlycontributions to the profession. I contribute widely in the US and around the world through keynotepresentations. I have authored a book about location technology, edited a published volume withmultiple contributors, guest edited scholarly journals, published peer reviewed articles, and authorthe influential blog http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/blog as well as the Twitter accountlibraryfuture http://twitter.com/libraryfuture with ~10,200 followers.Current Independent Work:I help understand and meet the ever-changing technological landscape through the strategicexploration and application of emerging trends in technology and information engagement a sglobal keynote speaker, consultant, and technology analyst. I further promote innovation in librariesand content through several conference committees (Internet Librarian, Computers in Libraries,Handheld Librarian).Speaker Summary:I present widely about technology trends and their impacts as an inspirational keynote speaker atevents around the world (South East Asia, Arabian Gulf, Europe) and across the US. I reachaudiences of thousands more via online platforms such as Slideshare.net (over 200,000 viewshttp://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/).EXPERIENCE:Sept 2011 – Present:Independent Consultant and Speaker: Tech Analyst, Trend Spotter & Librarian.I address major current and upcoming technological directions and how they impact libraries,publishing, and information. I deliver keynote and featured presentations across the US andinternationally. I help institutions adapt to tensions caused by technological development andidentify the new opportunities they provide. I strategically prioritize and leverage opportunitiespresented by shifts in information consumption driven by technological evolution.Yale SUMMARY: In the Yale Science Libraries I served with excellence and gained experience inall areas of public service, technology support, and innovation implementation. I developed and
    • Joe Murphymaintained collections in several subject areas with electronic and print resources in a mixed yethistorical research environment. I have provided reference services to a wide variety of patronsutilizing various technologies and have developed services to leverage emerging technologiesincluding social media tools and mobile technologies to enhance reference services. I have led,coordinated, and delivered instruction initiatives online and in person. I have led technologysupport for staff and end users while investigating the application of emerging technologies toservices and operations as well as serving as web master. I have managed large collectionsbudgets from General Appropriations and Endowments.Feb 2007 – Sept 2011: Librarian IIYale University, Science Librarian, Coordinator of Instruction and Technology, KlineScience Library. Lead investigation into innovative applications of technology for enhanced library services including mobile technologies, social media, productivity tools, and more. Build and maintain electronic and print monograph and serial collections for the subject areas of Astronomy, Chemistry, Geology, and Physics. Responsible for collections budgets from General Appropriations and Endowments totaling 2.5 million dollars. Coordinate, program, and deliver in person and online library and critical thinking instruction activities for constituencies across the six science libraries. Provide reference service for the faculty, students, and other researchers of the Yale Science community in person, by phone, email, online with instant messaging, through text messaging and social media tools. Also provide general system-wide reference service through QuestionPoint and Instant Messaging. Create, design, implement, and maintain virtual reference services through emerging technologies including Instant Messaging, text messaging and social media. Explore and implement additional technologies for enhancing and expanding reference services. Automated workstation support coordination for all requirements within the six science libraries: manage the conversion of staff and department email systems across servers and clients, coordinate replacement of staff and public computers, maintain library software and hardware. Contribute to the functioning and governance of the Library system through committees (Library Research Education Committee, Committee on Digital General Resources, Staff Training & Organizational Development Committee, Promotion Review Committee.) Webmaster for the Science Libraries; maintain, update, and archive websites, manage and coordinate web activities. Explore new web initiatives. o Led migration of website to CMS. Manage journal exchange program with global partners, preparing gr ants, preservation initiatives.EDUCATION: University of Hawaii at Manoa Master’s of Library & Information Science, January 2005 – December 2006. Syracuse University- Syracuse, New York Bachelor of Arts in Physics; 2003, August 2000 – May 2003. Study Abroad Program in London, England 2001. Fordham University- Bronx, New York Business Administration and General Studies, August 1999 – May 2000.libraryfuture@gmail.com 2
    • Joe MurphyPRESENTATIONS: KEYNOTE TALKS:  VALA, Libraries, Technology and the Future, Inc. Melbourne, Australia. Feb 2014.  "Social Tech Analysis & inspiration." Tampa Bay Library Consortium Social Media Expert Series. Sarasota, FL, May 21, 2013.  Recap, thoughts going forward and technology trends to consider. Innovative Interfaces, Public Library Directors’ Symposium, March 22, 2013, San Francisco.  Staff Technology Day. Panhandle Library Access Network, Florida Jan. 2013. http://bit.ly/plantechday  “Tech & Libraries Designing the Future Together.” Library Two-Day Conference. Middelburg, the Netherlands. Dec. 12, 2012. Opening Plenary Session. http://bit.ly/techlibsdesign  “Academic Libraries, Technology, and Ubiquitous Information.” Oklahoma Chapter of ACRL. Tulsa, OK. Nov. 2, 2012. http://bit.ly/okacrlkeynote  “Tech Changes & Library Futures.” Conference on GenNext Libraries, Emerging technologies: New Direction for Libraries. Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei. Oct. 8, 2012. http://bit.ly/gennextkeynote  Library 2.012 Worldwide Virtual Conference. Online. October 3, 2012 http://www.library20.com/  “Tech Changes Impacting Traditional Models.” The Library Corporation’s Annual Users Conference, St. Petersburg FL. October 1, 2012. http://bit.ly/tlcukeynote  “Transparent Tech Trends of 2012.” Indiana Library Federation Reference Division Conference, Technology Trends of 2012. August 7, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/indiana-lib-federation-keynote  "Library Evolution Meets Tech Revolutions.” SEFLIN Technology Conference, Technology Revolution: Providing tools for the Future. Miami, FL. July 26, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/miami-keynote-seflin2012  “New Technologies and Strategic Applications for Campus Libraries.” Seminar, Purdue University. July 12, 2012.  “Technology and its impact on learning and research.” International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries (IATUL), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. June 2012. http://bit.ly/singaporekeynote  “Leaving Our Comfort Zones Behind. Libraries Meet Tech Trends.” Colorado Association of Libraries, 2012 CoALA Summit: Librarians on the Move. 5/25/2012. http://bit.ly/coalamurphy  “Technology Trends for Libraries Going into 2012.” Computer and Technical Services Division of the Suffolk County Library Association. 12/7/2011. http://bit.ly/catstrends  “Tech Trends & Creating the Future for Libraries.” MLNC Speakers Series. St Louis, MO. 9/15/2011. http://bit.ly/mlnctrends  “Dominating the mobile flow of content and engagement.” LYRASIS Technology Ideas & Insights series, Positioning Your Library in the Mobile Ecosystem: Content and Delivery. Atlanta, GA. 9/12/2011. http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/ideas-insights-talk-atlanta/  “Envisioning the Future.” North Carolina Public Library Director’s Summit. Blowing Rock, NC. 8/24/2011. http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/north-carolina-public-library- director%E2%80%99s-summit/  “Leading Through Disruptions in Mobile Content.” LYRASIS Technology Ideas & Insights series, Positioning Your Library in the Mobile Ecosystem: Content and Delivery. University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. 8/17/2011. http://bit.ly/ideasandinsights  “Mobile Technologies and Library Staff.” Tufts University Library Staff Development Day. 6/2/2011. http://bit.ly/tuftskeynote  “Mobility in Access & Discovery.” Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Chapter of ACRL Annual Conference. 5/6/2011. http://bit.ly/wpwvcacrl2011libraryfuture@gmail.com 3
    • Joe Murphy  “Location Aware Technologies & Libraries.” Geobased Social Networks, online conference. 2/16/2011. http://bit.ly/lbsconf  Florida Chapter of ACRL (FACRL) Annual Conference, Innovative Services to Students and Faculty. 10/29/2010. http://bit.ly/facrlkeynote  “Mobile Technology and Libraries.” COSLINE Fall Conference. Newport RI. 10/22/2010.  “Past to the Future: Meeting Technology Trends.” Nebraska Library Association Fall Conference, 10/14/2010.  “Mobile Technologies & Libraries.” Library Futures: Staying Ahead of the Curve 2011. (In person and shared by television broadcast/electronically). 9/24/2010.  “Creating the Future of Mobile Library Services.” The Handheld Librarian. Online Conference, 7/28/2010. http://bit.ly/hhlibkeynote  "This is Now: The Mobile Library." The Handheld Librarian. Online Conference, 2/17/2010. http://bit.ly/hhlibnow  “Its a Mobile World.” The Mobile Library. Central Texas Library System 2009 Technology Conference. Georgetown Public Library, 12/11/2009. http://bit.ly/ctlsmobile  “Mobile Gadgets & Apps.” Internet Librarian Conference. Closing Keynote, 10/28/2009. INVITED TALKS:  “Coaching & Mentoring.” Engaging People Track. Internet Librarian. Oct 24, 2012.  “Pinterest and Academic Libraries.” Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) webcast 9/18/12. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/pinterest-for-academic-libraries- webcast-murphy-acrl  “Exploring New Tech Opportunities for Library Services.” Online talk, Kansas City Association of Law Librarians (KCALL). August 8, 2012.  “60 Apps in 60 Mins.” Special Library Association, featured session. July 2012. http://bit.ly/60apps60mins  “Alive on Arrival: Surviving Rapid Tech Change.” Alabama Library Convention. April 26, 2012. http://bit.ly/allatrends  "Dead and Innovative Tech." Computers in Libraries, March 22, 2012.  “The Changing Face of Content: Publisher & Info Pro Perspectives.” Content Management. Computers in Libraries, March 21, 2012. http://bit.ly/cildccontent  “Mobile Technologies In Libraries.” Panelist and panel organizer. SLA-Arabian Gulf Chapter annual conference, Bahrain. March 2012.  “Future trends in the organization of information.” Webinar for course “Organizing information.” Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Universidad Virtual, México. March 19, 2012.  “The Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012.” San Jose State University School of Library & Information Science Colloquium Series. March 1, 2012. Webinar. http://bit.ly/sjsu2012techs  "2012 Tech Trends and Service Opportunities." CT Library Consortium and Simmons GSLIS Professional Development Series. Darien Library, CT. Feb 29, 2012. http://bit.ly/clctrendsopps  “Gamification and Libraries.” Young Adult Library Services Association’s Teen Tech Week, Webinar. Sponsored by Tutor.com Feb 28, 2012. http://bit.ly/ttw12gamify  “QR Codes for Libraries.” Webinar, Education Institute. Feb 21, 2012. http://bit.ly/qrcodeswebcastei  “The Future of Mobile Devices & Libraries.” Guest lecture online for SJSU Mobile Services course, Jan 1, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/guest-lecture-on-future-of- mobile-and-libraries  “Technology Trends and Libraries.” Webinar. Denver University ASIST Chapter. Jan 23, 2012. http://bit.ly/dutrendslibraryfuture@gmail.com 4
    • Joe Murphy  “La Biblioteca del Futuro… 15 años después.” IX Conferencia Internacional Sobre Bibliotecas Universitasrias. Ciudad de Mexico. 10/26/2011.  “Ebook Issues & Challenges: Debrief.” Internet Librarian, Ebook Evolution & Revolution. 10/19/2011.  “Major Upcoming Mobile Trends.” Internet Librarian, Mobile Track featured opening presentation. 10/19/2011. http://bit.ly/il2011mobiletrends  “Unexpected Usages of Social Media.” Webcast, Nicolet Federated Library System, Wisconsin. 10/4/2011. http://bit.ly/wiwebinar  “Copyright, Licensing, and Digital Rights Management (DRM).” eBooks and Libraries, Maine State Library Council Meeting. Augusta, ME. 9/22/2011. http://joemurphylibraryfuture.com/ebooks-and-libraries-talk-in-maine/  “Meeting Mobile Info Needs.” The Army Library Training Institute 2011, Southbridge, Ma, 7/12/2011. http://bit.ly/altimurphy  “Going Mobile @ Yr Library: How Libraries Can Serve Mobile Phone Users.” 2011 ALA PR Forum, ALA PR Assembly. ALA Annual Conference, New Orleans. 6/26/2011. http://bit.ly/ala11pr  “60 Apps in 60 Minutes.” Panel sponsored by Competitive Intelligence Division, Legal Division, IT Division. Special Library Association Annual Conference. 6/14/2011. http://bit.ly/60apps  "Facilitating Collaboration: Apps Enhancing Scientific Research." Panelist. Special Libraries Association, Annual Conference. 6/13/2011.  “Social Media.” Special Library Association Annual Conference, Legal Division Chair’s Program. Philadelphia, PA. 6/2011.  “QR Codes & Libraries.” Continuing Education workshop, Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Sachem Public Library. 5/24/2011. http://bit.ly/lilrcqrcodes  “QR Codes & Libraries.” Professional Development conference, Library Association of Rockland County, NY. 5/12/2011. http://bit.ly/larcqrcodes  “Library Trend Spotting.” New England Independent School Librarian Conference, Middlebury, CT. 4/8/2011. http://bit.ly/NEAISL  “Mobile Technologies: Issues for Academic Libraries.” Elsevier’s Digital Library Symposium. ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/2011. http://bit.ly/alamw11dlsmobile o http://bit.ly/alamw11libconnecthtml o http://slidesha.re/alamw11libconnectpdf  Panel. Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Leadership Symposium. ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/2011.  Invited speaker - “Mobile eBranch” Building an Electronic Branch for Your Library: A One Day Online Conference. Part of the Trendy Topics 2010 series. Cancelled due to presenter illness. 11/16/2011.  “Mobile Future.” Internet Librarian 2010. Monterey, CA. 10/25/2010.  Interviewed for the IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group via Skype by the Shanachies about new and future directions for libraries and skills for librarians. 8/8/2010.  “Libraries & Mobile Culture.” LibTech 2010: Services on a Shoestring. The Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN) conference, Florida International University. Online component. 7/22/2010. http://bit.ly/seflin2010mobile  Chairs Forum, Library Research Round Table (LRRT). Research from the Field: Increasing the Competitive Edge and Impact of Librarys People, Services, and Technologies. ALA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. 6/27/2010.  “EBooks: Expectations and Experiences from the User Perspective.” Guest Contributor. Western European Studies Section Discussion Group, European-Language eBooks and North American Libraries. ALA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. 6/26/2010.libraryfuture@gmail.com 5
    • Joe Murphy  “The Now Mobile Library.” Massachusetts Commonwealth Consortium of Libraries in Public Higher Education Institutions (MCCPLPHEI) Annual Conference: Planning the Future. Salem, MA. 6/17/2010. http://bit.ly/nowmoblib  “Science Information and the Mobile Point of Need.” Science Information on Mobile Devices. Special Library Association Annual Conference, Chemistry Division program. New Orleans, LA. 6/15/2010. http://bit.ly/mobscisla2010  “Text Message Reference in Action & Looking Fwd.” Panel. Academic Librarians 2010: Faster than the Speed of Bytes: Technology, Cognition, and the Academic Librarian. New York Library Association. Ithaca, NY. 6/8/2010.  Pecha Kucha. Trendy Topics 2010: The Future of Libraries. Online conference. 6/8/2010.  “The Near Future of Reference.” Guest Lecture University of Hawaii at Manoa virtual presentation for LIS 601. 4/27/2010.  “Foursquare, Twitter, & Texting: Libraries Get Social & Go Mobile in 2010.” Connecticut Library Association Conference, 4/20/2010. http://prezi.com/1oxg3vxcqda6/ctlibs10- foursquare-twitter-and-texting-a-mobile-strategy-for-libraries/  “Emerging Technology: Mobile Literacy and New Competencies.” Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, 4/17/2010. http://bit.ly/txlamoblit  “Libraries Go Mobile.” Texas Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, 4/16/2010. http://bit.ly/txlamobile  “Mobile Trends in Libraries.” Guest Lecture San Jose State University, LIBR 287. 4/6/1020. http://bit.ly/9c44u9  “Mobile Literacy.” Guest Lecture University of Hawaii at Manoa virtual presentation for LIS 665. 4/5/2010.  “Text Messaging Reference: Enhancing Reference Services With SMS." Webcast, Association of College & Research Libraries. 2/23/2010.  “Twitter’s Impact on Libraries.” Trendy Topics Online Conference. http://www.alliancelibrarysystem.com/trendytopics 2/9/2010. http://bit.ly/t2twitter  LITA Top Technology Trends Panel, 2010 ALA Midwinter Conference, 1/17/2010.  “Leadership and Emerging Technology.” Association of Research Libraries Leadership Symposium, 1/15/10.  “Mobile Tech, Mobile Users, Mobile Libraries.” The Mobile Library conference, South Eastern Massachusetts Library System. 1/14/2010. http://bit.ly/semlsmobile  “Mobile Technologies & Libraries.” Mobile Technologies at Yale University Library: A panel discussion. Yale University Library, 12/1/2009. http://bit.ly/yalemobileprezi http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/yalemobile  “Portable Libraries, Mobile Students.” ACRL New England Chapter Information Technology Interest Group meeting. Bryant University. 11/20/2009.  “Text Messaging in Libraries.” Virtual Guest Lecture. LIS 672: Technology for Libraries & Information Centers, 11/18/2009.  “Internet Librarian Conference 2009 Recap at METRO.” Bringing the Internet Librarian Conference to NYC. Metropolitan New York Library Council, 11/9/2009.  “A Strategy for the Future of Mobile Devices & Academic Libraries.” Council of Connecticut Academic Library Directors (CCALD) business meeting. Briarwood College, 11/6/2009.  "Mobile, Real-time Librarians." Innovation in Libraries. Queens Library, 11/3/2009.  “The Changing Nature of Science Librarianship: Mobile, Social, & Emerging.” Science Librarians in an e-Science World. NERCOMP, 10/9/2009.  “Social Networking Competencies for Librarians: Emerging Competencies for Emerging Technologies.” Joint Meeting of the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) Science Librarians and Lib 2.0 SIGs, 9/30/2009.  "Sending out an SMS." Featured session The Handheld Librarian. Online conference, 7/30/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/hhlibsending-out-an-smslibraryfuture@gmail.com 6
    • Joe Murphy  SMS & Mobile Virtual Reference: Libraries, Text messages, and Answers on the Go" Connecticut Library Association conference, 5/1/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/sms-mobile-virtual-reference OTHER PRESENTATIONS:  "New Trends in Content and Resource Sharing Tech." Content Management Track, Computers in Libraries, April 9, 2013.  “Makerspaces: The Transformational Power.” Innovative & Edgy Track. Internet Librarian. Oct. 23, 2012.  “3D Printing @ the Library.” Co-presented with Lauren Britton. Online webcast produced by LearningTimes. August 22, 2012. Cancelled.  “Pinterest and Libraries.” Online webcast hosted by the Education Institute. June 19, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/pinterest-for-libraries-ei-webcast  “10 Social Tools to Connect with Teens at Your Library.” YALSA Continuing Education Webinar. June 14, 2012. http://bit.ly/yalsatools  "Info Impacts of tech trends." Webcast, Rocky Mountain Chapter of SLA, Virtual Lunch series, May 17, 2012. http://bit.ly/rmslamurphy  “Pinterest & Academia.” Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) eLearning webcast. 4/24/12. http://bit.ly/pinterestacademia  "Pinterest for Museums & Libraries." Webcast with LearningTimes. March 28, 2012. http://bit.ly/pinterestwebcast  “Pinterest: 101 & Implications for Libraries.” Cyber Tour, Computers in Libraries, Washington DC. 3/22/12.  “Important Mobile Trends for 2012.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 2/1/2012. http://bit.ly/hhlibsixtrends  “Now Trends & Next Disruptions.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 7/27/2011. http://bit.ly/hhlibnowtrends  “Landscape and Location: It’s not where you’re from; it’s where you’re at.” Computers in Libraries, 3/23/2011. http://bit.ly/cil11mobileprezi  “Next Trends in Mobile Technology.” Handheld Librarian. Online conference. 2/23/2011. http://bit.ly/hhlibtrends  “A Mobile Bridge: QR Codes and Libraries.” ACRL e-Learning webcast. 1/26/2011. http://bit.ly/qrwebcast  “Foursquare, Location-Based Social Networks & Library Apps.” Internet Librarian 2010. Monterey, Ca. 10/25/2010.  “Mobile Horizons: Location-Based Tech.” Reference Renaissance: Inventing the Future. Denver, CO. 8/9/2010. http://bit.ly/refren10lbs  “Check In with Location Based Mobile Services: Foursquare and Libraries.” ACRL e - Learning webcast. 7/20/2010. http://bit.ly/locationwebcast  “Check In at the Future of Libraries.” Trendy Topics 2010: The Future of Libraries. Online conference. 6/8/2010. http://bit.ly/t2futurecheckin  “Mayor of the Library: Foursquare & Location-Based Mobile Social Networks.” Innovation for Libraries in the 21st Century. Online conference. 5/12/2010. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/mayor-of-the-library  “Twitter for Special Libraries.” Sci-Tech Division, SLA. Online webinar. 5/12/2010. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/twitter-sla-webinar  “Mobile Literacy: Competencies for Mobile Tech.” Computers In Libraries Conference, 4/14/2010. http://bit.ly/cil2010moblit  “Current State and Future Prospects of SMS Reference - Reference for a Digital World.” Computers In Libraries Conference, 2010. 4/13/2010. http://bit.ly/cil2010smsreflibraryfuture@gmail.com 7
    • Joe Murphy  “Text Messaging Reference: Enhancing Reference Services with SMS” ACRL Live Webcast 7/2/2009. http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/events/elearning/courses/txtreference.cfm  “UCLA and Yale Science Libraries Data on Cyberlearning and Reference Services Via Mobile Devices.” With Alison Armstrong, Michelle Jacobs, & Brena Smith. International m- Libraries Conference. 6/24/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/textmessagerefmlib09  “Science Library Services through Mobile Applications for iPhones and other smart phones.” Virtual presentation delivered via Twitter (@libraryfuture), PAM-wide Round Table, SLA 2009, 6/15/2009. http://twitter.com/libraryfuture  “Sending Out an SMS: Exploring Reference via Text Messaging with Mobile Devices.” PALINET REFolution conference, 4/6/2009.  “Using Flickr to Expand Library Instruction.” Enhancing Learning Anytime, Anywhere: Spread Your Reach, Computers in Libraries, 4/1/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/flickr-for-instruction-cil2009-1246312  “Strategies for the Mobile Future of Libraries” Pecha Kucha: 2.0 Top Tips, Computers in Libraries, 3/31/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/pecha-kucha-strategies-for- the-mobile-future-of-libraries Won audience award for best presentation.  “Future Prospects & Best Practices for Reference 2.0.” Next Gen Digital Reference Tools, Computers in Libraries, 3/31/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/next-gen-ref- tools-cil2009  “Social Networking Literacy Competencies for Librarians: Exploring Considerations and Engaging Participation.” Contributed Paper, ACRL 14th National Conference, Pushing the Edge: Explore, Engage, Extend. 3/14/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/social-networking-literacy-competencies-for- librarians  “Twitter for Libraries: Best Practices and Advanced Uses of Micro-Blogs.” Contributed Paper, ACRL 14th National Conference, Pushing the Edge: Explore, Engage, Extend. 3/13/2009. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/twitter-for-libraries-acrl-2009  “New Competencies and Emerging Trends For Librarians.” ALA Midwinter Meeting, 1/23/2009. A talk for 35 Association of Research Libraries Diversity Fellows and Scholars.  “iReference: Virtual Reference to Enhance and Even Replace the Reference Desk?” With Ellen Peterson. Hawaii Library Association conference, 10/25/2008. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/ireference-presentation  “Connecting People With Information: Twitter and Other Microblogs” Hawaii Library Association conference, 10/25/2008.  “Reference on the Go: Text Messaging and More With an iPhone.” Solving The Reference Desk Problem, Internet Librarian, 10/21/2008. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/reference-on-the-go-text-messaging-and-more- presentation  “Text Message in a Bottle: Text Messaging Reference at Yale Science Libraries.” A Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends. 8/05/2008. http://www.bcr.org/referencerenaissance/docs/Text%20Message%20in%20a%20Bottle%20 Joe%20Murphy.ppt  “Text Message Reference for Sci-Tech Libraries” Special Libraries Association Physics- Astronomy-Mathematics Division-wide Roundtable, 6/16/2008.  “Implementing Library 2.0 Services: The Practical Considerations.” Guest Lecture, LIS 518: Designing User-Centered Information Services, Rutgers University, School of Communication, Information and Library Studies. 3/25/2008.  “Modern Search Engines & Modern Search Strategies.” Guest Lecture, ILS 425: Information Sources, Southern Connecticut State University, 11/8/2007.  Astronomy Round Table Moderator, two sessions, 2007 SLA Annual Conference.libraryfuture@gmail.com 8
    • Joe Murphy  “’Hamilton is too damn cold!’ The politics and technicalities of temperature in Hamilton Library, how environmental factors in libraries can impact information access.” Hawaii Library Association Annual Conference, 10/2006. http://ohana.chaminade.edu/hla/conference/conf2006/sessions/Murphy2006.mht LOCAL:  “Twitter for Education.” Teaching w/ Technology Tuesdays, Yale University, Collaborative Teaching Center 10/14/2009.  “Emerging Trends, Technologies, and Competencies for Librarians.” South ern Connecticut State University. SLA Student Chapter, 2/24/2009.  "Information and the 21st Century Science Class." Advanced Topics in Science Teaching. Yale Graduate Teaching Center. 4/27/2009  “Libraries and Facebook, Best Practices.” Social Networking, BrownBag2.0. Yale University Library, 10/6/2008.  “Career Opportunities in Special Libraries." SLA Career Panel Discussion, SLA Student Chapter Southern Connecticut State University, 9/24/2008.  “Microblogs.” Innovative Uses of Library Blogs, BrownBag2.0. Yale University Library, 8/12/2008.  “Text Messaging Reference Service.” REFresher, Yale University Library, 7/30/2008.  “Making Library Services Interesting to Faculty, Researchers, and Students in the Sciences and Engineering.” SLA-Student Chapter presentation, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 11/2006. PROFESSIONAL CLASSES & COURSES TAUGHT:  “Pivoting to Meet Technology Change.” Preconference workshop. Computers in Libraries, DC April 7, 2013.  “Handheld Librarians Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference with Chad Mairn. Computers in Libraries, March 20, 2012.  “Mobile Technologies In Libraries.” 2-day workshop. SLA-Arabian Gulf Chapter annual conference, Bahrain. March 2012.  With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2011. Monterey, Ca. 10/16/2011.  With David Lee King. “Engaging Your Community With QR Codes.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2011. Monterey, Ca. 10/15/2011.  “Leveraging Mobile Technologies on Our Campuses and Beyond.” Preconference seminar, programmer, planner, and Moderator, NERCOMP/EDUCAUSE Conference, Providence, RI. 3/28/2011.  With David Lee King. “QR Codes and Libraries.” Preconference workshop. Computers in Libraries, 3/20/2011.  With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial: best of HHLIB.” Preconference workshop. Computers in Libraries, 3/20/2011.  “Mobile Literacy: Skills for Today’s Information Environment.” Continuing Education workshop, Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library. 2/15/2011. Invited. http://bit.ly/moblitlilrc  With Chad Mairn. “Handheld Librarians’ Mobile Tech Tutorial.” Preconference. Internet librarian 2010. Monterey, Ca. 10/24/2010.  Full day workshop on mobile technologies for Libraries. Capital District Library Council Emerging Technology Committee. Albany, NY. 5/4/2010.  Preconference workshop: “SMS Reference: Text Messaging & the Future of Information Services.” Computers in Libraries Conference, 4/11/2010.libraryfuture@gmail.com 9
    • Joe Murphy  Preconference: “Text Messaging, Twitter, and Libraries.” American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, 1/15/2010. http://www.acrl.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/events/textandtwitter.cfm  “Text Messaging Reference.” Metropolitan New York Library Council Professional Development program, 11/13/2009.  “Twitter, Libraries and Skills for the Future.” Long Island Library Resources Council Continuing Education. Sachem Public Library, 10/5/2009. POSTER SESSIONS:  “Go Mobile: Top 5 Mobile Services for Libraries.” Poster Session, ALA Annual Conference, 7/2009. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeydigits/3695207552/  “Science Info on the Go: Enhancing Traditional Sci-Tech Library Services w/ Mobile Devices.” One Part Inspiration: Creative Trends that Further Science Learning. ACRL Science and Technology Section Program Poster Session at ALA Annual conference, 6/30/2008. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeydigits/2610967804/  “Podcasting video screen-capture instruction tutorials.” New Technologies in Instruction and Training poster session. Jointly sponsored by the Chemistry, Physics-Astronomy- Mathematics, and Science-Technology SLA Divisions. 2007 SLA annual conference. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeydigits/513875843/  “Perspectives on Library Leadership: ALA Emerging Leaders Group J.” ALA Emerging Leaders Poster Session, June 22, 2007, ALA Annual Conference, Washington DC. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeydigits/633792680/More work experience (as Graduate student):May 2006 – December 2006:Science & Technology Reference Assistant, Science & Technology Department, HamiltonLibrary, University of Hawaii at Manoa: Provided reference service by desk and phone, research assistance to faculty, undergraduate and graduate students in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Other projects: collection evaluation, document delivery, donation appraisal, instruction to faculty and students in the sciences. Outreach to and collaboration with faculty in the science and engineering departments served.July 2006 – December 2006:Grant Support, Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant Committee, University ofHawaii Library system and LIS Program: Wrote proposal for an IMLS grant to develop an Information Literacy Instruction track within the UH LIS Program to prepare tomorrow’s leaders in library instruction.April 2005 – December 2006:Reference Assistant, Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences Department (BHSD),Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii at Manoa: Provided reference service by desk, phone, and email to diverse faculty, students, and community users at the University’s central library. Intern representative to department staff, and staff mentee.January 2005 – August 2005:Student Assistant, InterLibrary Loan Office, Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii atManoa: Processed and received inter-library loan requests utilizing Iliad software and document delivery systems such as Ariel and Odyssey to execute material lending/borrowing.libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 0
    • Joe MurphyINTERNSHIPS:May 2006 – December 2006:Information Literacy Instruction Internship, University of Hawaii atManoa: Supervisor Randy Hensley. Designed, marketed, coordinated, implemented, delivered instruction, assessed, and evaluated an information literacy curriculum titled Workshops That Matter for that semester and constructing a sustainable model for future semesters, consisting of instructional workshops designed to enhance the critical thinking, research, and lifelong learning skills of diverse library patrons. These workshops meet the ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education, General Education, accreditation requirements, and the assessed needs of the campus population.January 2006 – May 2006:Science & Technology Internship, Science & Technology Department, Hamilton Library,University of Hawaii at Manoa: Supervisors Paul Wermager and Sara Rutter. Reference; desk and phone, serving the specialized clientele of the Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering colleges and departments at the largest science library in the Pacific. o Special projects: Created physics subject guide/pathfinder, Evaluated print chemistry collection, recommended titles subsequently purchased by the library, Created instructional tutorial for INSPEC database, Created Web of Science instructional tutorial. Other duties included collection evaluation, participation in departmental activities, scanning, document delivery, and creation of online and print instruction tools and guides. Assisted with instruction classes. Served the physical, life, medical and general sciences, as well as engineering and mathematics; interacted with research and instruction faculty, became familiar with the resources, tools, practices, and information needs of these disciplines.PUBLICATIONS:Books and Volumes AUTHOR: Location-Aware Services and QR Codes for Libraries. The Tech Set series, Edited by Ellyssa Kroski. Neal-Schuman. 2012. http://www.neal-schuman.com/qr TOPIC CONSULTANT [TECHNICAL EDITOR]: Rector, Natalie T. Social Media Marketing for Libraries. Ed. Joe Murphy. LITA Publications, 2013. eBook. EDITOR: Monograph: Mobile Devices and the Library: Handheld Tech, Handheld Reference. Edited by Joe Murphy. Oct 14th 2011, Routledge. 978-0-415-68975-5. Journals: Guest Editor for several special issues of the scholarly journal, The Reference Librarian, featuring papers from The Handheld Librarian online conferences. Volume 53 #4 2012 Volume 53 #3 2012 Volume 52 #1 & 2 2011 Double issue Editor, Monograph “Technology Trends and Their Impact on the Future for Libraries.” Libraries Unlimited/ABC-CLIO. In progress.libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 1
    • Joe Murphy A Mobile Future for Libraries: Trends & Practices. Collected pieces from the Internet Librarian and Computers in Libraries conferences. Information Today. Forthcoming.ARTICLES and Interviews  “Refining Mobile Library Services.” Introduction to special issue of The Reference Librarian, Volume 53: #4, 2012. Taylor & Francis.  “Practical Information About the Developing Mobile Experience.” Special Issue of The Reference Librarian. Volume 53 #3, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/handheld-librarian-special-issue-introduction- hhlib-3-murphy  Interviewed for Mashable by Sam Laird, “The Future of History is on Facebook.” http://mashable.com/2012/01/10/history-facebook/  Cover Story. Interviewed by Andy Havens and Tom Storey. “Innovation Gaps: What’s keeping you from inventing the future?” NextSpace. OCLC. 18(May 2011). http://www.oclc.org/nextspace/018/default.htm  Featured in “Mobile Technologies: Issues for libraries. A recap of the 2011 Digital Libraries Symposium.” Library Connect Newsletter. Elsevier. Volume 9, Number 11. March 2011. Page 8. http://bit.ly/alamw11libconnect  “The Mobile Revolution and The Handheld Librarian.” Introduction to special issue of The Reference Librarian, Volume 52 #1. 2011. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/intro-to- special-issue-of-the-reference-librarian-about-hhlib-joe-murphy  “Go Mobile: Top Mobile Services for Libraries.” New Library World. Forthcoming. Peer Reviewed.  “Leveraging Flickr in Libraries for virtual Learning.” The Journal of Web Librarianship. Forthcoming. Peer Reviewed.  “Using Mobile Devices FOR Research.” (Cover story). Online. May 2010; 34(3):14-18. Peer Reviewed. http://bit.ly/onlinemobile  “The Challenges & Promise of Mobile Technology.” International Preservation News: A Newsletter of the IFLA Core Activity on Preservation and Conservation . IFLA Préservation and Conservation (PAC). August (51), 2010.  “UCLA and Yale Science Libraries Data on Cyberlearning and Reference Services Via Mobile Devices.” With Alison Armstrong, Michelle Jacobs, & Brena Smith. Proceedings of the International m-Libraries Conference, A virtual library in everyone’s pocket. Mohamed Ally and Gill Needham, editors. 5/2010. Page 245. Peer Reviewed.  Write up from webinar, “Staff Development Committee Webinar Report.” SciTechNews. Summer 2010.  “People Who Need People: How 11 intrepid users get the most out of social media: Going Mobile.” School Library Journal, 2/1/2010. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6716598.html?industryid=47065#Joe  Interviewed by School Library Journal. “LITAs Top Tech Trends Advice to K-12 Libraries: Think Small.” School Library Journal, 1/25/2010. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6716358.html?q=top+tech+trends  “Go mobile: Use These Strategies and Increase Your Mobile Literacy and Your Patrons’ Satisfaction.” With Lisa Carlucci Thomas Library Connect 7(4) Nov (2009). Page 7. http://libraryconnect.elsevier.com/lcn/0704/lcn070408.html http://bit.ly/gomobilelibconnect  Interviewed for “Innovation in Libraries Explores Mobile Services.” School Library Journal 11/9/2009 http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6706063.html 11/9/2009  Interviewed for “Text Message Reference: Is It Effective?” Stacking the Tech. Library Journal, 10/15/2009. (19) (Nov 2009).libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 2
    • Joe Murphy  Interview “From the Stacks. The future of libraries & the role of mobile/social technologies.” Library Matters, American Institute of Physics. June 2009 http://librarians.aip.org/newsletter_library.pdf  “Social Networking Literacy Competencies For Librarians: Exploring Considerations And Engaging Participation.” With Heather Moulaison. Contributed paper, Scale the heights theme. Association of College and Research Libraries, and Dawn M. Mueller. Pushing the Edge: Explore, Extend, Engage: Proceedings of the Fourteenth National Co nference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, March 12-15, 2009, Seattle, Washington. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2009. Page 328. http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/social-networking-literacy-competencies-for- librarians http://bit.ly/acrlpaper Peer Reviewed.  Review of Mosio’s Text A Librarian. Charleston Advisor. 10:3 (Jan 2009). http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/review-of-mosios-text-a-librarian Peer Reviewed.  “Schrödinger’s Course: The Availability of Courses on Resources in Science & Technology Among LIS Programs” Science and Technology Libraries 28: 4(2008). Peer Reviewed.  “Txt a Librarian.” Tame the Web. February 26th, 2008. http://tametheweb.com/2008/02/26/txt-a-librarian  Review of Scitopia.org. Charleston Advisor 9:2 (2007). http://charleston.publisher.ingentaconnect.com/content/charleston/chadv/2007/00000009/0 0000002/art00014 Peer Reviewed.  “An Astronomy Library’s Oral History Initiative: What One Observatory Librarian is Doing to Preserve a Telescope’s History” Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship (Spring 2007). http://www.istl.org/07-spring/refereed2.html Peer Reviewed.  “Involvement in Professional Library Associations Among MLISc Students: Rates of Membership and Active Involvement, Students’ Perceived Benefits and Value of Involvement in Professional Associations.” (Forthcoming). REGULAR COLUMN: “Best Practices From the Field.” In Science & Technology Libraries.  “Management Models and Considerations for Virtual Reference.” Science and Technology Libraries 29: 1-2 (2010). http://bit.ly/columnmgt  “Micro-Blogging for Science & Technology Libraries.” Science and Technology Libraries 28: 4 (2008). http://eprints.rclis.org/archive/00012752/02/Murphy_Microblogging.pdf REVIEWER:  Outside Referee for the Physics section of Resources for College Libraries, 2007.  Reviewer, CHOICE Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 1/2007-2009. Subject area: Astronomy, Cosmology. Books and websites. o Review of The Surface of Mars, by Michael H. Carr (Cambridge, 2006). CHOICE Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (Sept 2007). o Review of Conceptions of Cosmos: From Myths to the Accelerating Universe: A History of Cosmology, by Helge S. Kragh (Oxford, 2007). CHOICE Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (August 2007).  Science book Reviewer: Library Journal. o Reviewed: Halpern, Paul and Paul Wesson. Brave new universe: Illuminating the darkest secrets of the cosmos. Washington, D.C.: Joseph Henry Press, 2006. In Library Journal, 131(17) (October 15, 2006): 85. o Reviewed: Davies, Paul. Cosmic Jackpot: The Scientific Quest to Explain why the Universe is Just Right for Life. NY: Houghton Mifflin. 2007. In Library Journal, (February 1, 2007).  Holoholo review of Duke: a great Hawaiian.  Book Reviewer: Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (ISTL).libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 3
    • Joe Murphy PEER REVIEWER for scholarly journals: - Science & Technology Libraries - Journal of Web LibrarianshipSERVICE COMMITTEES:Advisory Board, Center for Information Research and Innovation (CIRI), San Jose StateUniversity’s School of Library and Information Science.American Library Association (ALA): ACRL o Membership Promotion Committee, member 2010-2011. o Science & Technology Section; Publications Committee, member 2009 – 2011. Membership & Recruitment Committee, member June 2007 – June 2009. o Instruction Section; Mentoring Program Committee, Chair June 2008 – June 2009. Served as outside expert for the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy (OTIP) on their report about mobile technologies and libraries. 2009. RUSA Task Force on Virtual Membership. Member, contributed written section of report on long term considerations. Candidate for ALA Councilor at Large, 2008. New Members Round Table, Liaison Coordination and Support Committee, July 2006 – June 2007.Special Libraries Association (SLA), Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division: o Networking Committee, Chair June 2009 – June 2011. o Webmaster June 2009 – June 2011. o Nominating Committee member June 2009 – June 2011. o Social Networking Subcommittee, Chair June 2008 – June 2011. o Public Relations Committee, Chair June 2007 – June 2008. o Networking Committee, maintain Mathematics subject webpage, June 2006 – June 2007.MENTORING: Mentor to an Association of Research Libraries Diversity Scholar, January 2008 – June 2009. o This mentee became an ALA Emerging Leader in 2009. o Movers & Shakers award in 2010. Mentor to three ACRL/Instruction Section mentees, June 2008 – 2009.OTHER INVOLVEMENT IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS: Invited to serve on the Elsevier focus group about their mobile strategy. 2010. ALA Library & Information Technology Association. 2009 – present. ACRL New England Chapter, 2007 – present. ALA Library Instruction Round Table. American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) Student Chapter; Co-Chair July 2005 – December 2006. LIS Web Team, workshop instructor, 2005. American Library Association; UH Student Chapter; Service committee, 2005. Special Libraries Association (SLA); Hawaii Pacific Chapter; Student representative to executive board. o Student Chapter; Co-Chair July 2005 – December 2006; Treasurer May – July 2005. o Science-Technology Division.libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 4
    • Joe MurphyVOLUNTEER WORK: University of Hawaii at Manoa Government Documents Collection: March 2006. HLA Annual Conference, November 2005. HLA Attendance Scholarship. PNC/PRDLA/ECAI Conference Oct/Nov 2005, 14 hours. Manoa Public Library, summer reading program: 2005, 2006.AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Library Journal’s Movers & Shakers Award 2009. ALA Emerging Leaders Program, 2007. Beta Phi Mu (International Honor Society for Library & Information Science), Xi Chapter. LIS Student Professional Award: to commemorate contributions to the University of Hawaii LIS Program and sustained activity in student governance. Friends of the Library of Hawaii Student Scholarship winner, 2006. Hawaii Library Association Student Scholarship to attend HLA Annual Conference, Fall 2005.CONFERENCE WORK:PLANNING BOARD/COMMITTEE MEMBER: - Computers in Libraries 2011 - 2012, Handheld Librarian, Internet Librarian 2010-2012, Reference Renaissance 2010.MODERATING: - Mobile technology Panel. SLA-Arabian Gulf Chapter annual conference, Bahrain. March 2012. Moderator and programmer. - Internet Librarian 2012, Digital Serves Track. - Computers in Libraries 2012 Mobile Track. - Internet Librarian 2011, Mobile Monday Track and social media program. - Computers in Libraries 2011 Mobile Track. - Internet Librarian 2010, Mobile Monday Track and online component. - Handheld Librarian 3 Online, Computers In Libraries Track. - Reference Renaissance 2010: Inventing the Future. Virtual Services Track.LOCATION-BASED SERVICES Leveraged location-based mobile/social services including Foursquare & Gowalla to enhance attendee experience at the following conferences: Computers In Libraries 2010 and 2011. Special Libraries Association 2010 Conference, American Library Association 2010 Annual Conference. Reference Renaissance 2010, Internet Librarian 2010.OTHER CONFERENCE SERVICE - Created QR Codes for sessions, speakers, and events to bridge the physical conference with mobile data for: SLA 2010 conference, Reference Renaissance 2010: Inventing the Future, and Internet Librarian 2010.libraryfuture@gmail.com 1 5