MLA President 2004/05
Joanne Gard Marshall, AHIP, FMLA
Distinguished Alumni Professor, School of Information and Library Science, The University of North CarolinaChapel Hill, 1999–
Previous Professional Positions
Professor, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 19871998; librarian/researcher, Continuing Medical Education, University of Toronto, Canada, 19831987.
MLA Official Activities
National: member 1971; Benchmarking Taskforce: member 19992000; Nominating Committee: member 1999, 1989; 2000 National Program Committee: cochair; liaison to the Canadian Health Libraries Association 19972000; Board of Directors: member 19941997; Implementation Task Force for the MLA Research Policy Statement: chair 19961999; Presidents Task Force on the MLA Research Policy: member 19921995; Think Tank on the MLA Research Agenda: member 1992; Ad Hoc Committee on the Role of the Hospital Librarian in Patient Education: chair and member 1992; Bulletin of the Medical Library Association Consulting Editors Panel: member 19891992. Section: Consumer and Patient Health Information Section: Nominating Committee: member 1992, chair 19971998; Library Research Section: Section Council alternate 19911993. Chapter: Mid-Atlantic Chapter: member 1999; Upstate New York and Ontario Chapter: member 19711998, Annual Meeting Planning Committee: member 1988, 1993, Ad Hoc Research Committee: chair 19901991, Continuing Education Committee: chair 19881990.
Association of Library and Information Science Educators (ALISE): Advisory Committee, Kellogg ALISE Library and Information Project for Educational Reform (KALIPER): member 19982000; Canadian Health Libraries Association: Lifetime membership 2000, Board of Directors: member and continuing education coordinator 19881990, Benchmarking Task Force: co-chair 19971998; Special Libraries Association: Special Committee to Update the Competencies for Special Librarians: chair 20012002, Research Committee: member 19982001, Competencies Survey: Advisory Committee: member 1997, Special Committee on the Competencies for Special Librarians: chair 19951997.
Medical Library Association: fellow 2002; Academy of Health Information Professionals: distinguished member 1991; Ida and George Eliot Prize: recipient 1993; Research and Development Award: recipient 1991; MLA/ISI Doctoral Fellowship: recipient 1987; Special Libraries Association: fellow 2001; Winifred Sewell Prize for Innovation in Information Technologies, SLA Biomedical and Life Sciences Division: recipient 2000; John Cotton Dana Award: recipient 1998; H. W. Wilson Award: recipient 1997; Special Libraries Association Certificate of Achievement: recipient 1995; Canadian Health Libraries Association: Life Membership 2000, Award of Outstanding Achievement: recipient 1992; Special Libraries Association Toronto Chapter: Member of the Year Award: recipient 1993; National Library of Medicine Board of Scientific Counselors: member 19992002; American Society for Information Science (ASIS): Doctoral Symposium Paper Prize: recipient 1987; Doctoral Fellowship, National Health Research and Development Program, Health and Welfare Canada: recipient 19851987.
B.A., University of Calgary, 1966; M.L.S., McGill University, 1968; M.H.Sc., McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences, 1978; Ph.D., University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, 1987.
Chan DC, Marshall JG, Marshall VW. Linking technology, work, and the life course: findings from the NOVA case study. In: Marshall VW, Heinz W, Krueger H, Verma A, eds. Restructuring work and the life course. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2001:27087. Marshall JG. Determining our worth, communicating our value. Libr J 2000;125(19):2830. Marshall JG. Building health sciences library education in the 21st century. Health Libraries Review 2000;17(1):179. Marshall VW, Marshall JG. Age and changes in work: causes and contrasts. Ageing International 1999;25(2):4668. Marshall JG. Health Canada libraries: past, present and future. In: Orna E, ed. Practical information policies. 2d ed. Aldershot, U.K.: Gower, 1999:25065. Marshall JG, Inglis J, co-chairs. The benchmarking tool kit. Toronto, ON: Canadian Health Libraries Association, 1998.
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