My name is Michelle Kelly Schultz and I have a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Information from the University of Toronto. I have academic library experience providing instruction and reference services, in a variety of mediums, to a culturally diverse client base ranging from undergraduate and graduate students to faculty and staff. I recently worked as a graduate student library assistant at the Map and Data Library and the Engineering and Computer Sciences Library, both at the University of Toronto.
I am interested in academic librarianship and how to engage patrons through new technologies. I currently work as an Applied Science and Technology subject librarian at the University of Oxford.
Please see my CV for full details.
Research and Publications
- ArchBook Entry: Flaps
I co-authored this peer-reviewed article that discusses flaps in books, citing examples of books produced between 1543 and 1907 from a wide range of genres, including children's literature, geometry and anatomy textbooks, and landscaping treatises.
Research in progress
- Quick Response (QR) Codes in Libraries and Museums: A Case Study
Submitted a paper on the results of my case study research to Library & Information Science Research for consideration. Presented a poster on the case study at the 8th Annual TRY (Toronto Ryerson York) Library Staff Conference and also created a blog to provide practical information for librarians on QR codes and to receive comments and questions regarding my research and QR codes in general.
- System and Method Based on an Object-Oriented Software Design Framework for Displaying Constrained Graphical Layouts
Bennett, J. D., Lalonde, M. K., & Loi, L. T. (2002). CA 2414472. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
- System and Method for Conversion Between Graph-Based Representations and Structural Text-Based Representations of Business Processes
Loi, L. T., Chau, T. S., & Lalonde, M. K. (2003). CA 2443447. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
- System and Method for Conversion from Graphical Business Process Representations to Structural Text-Based Business Process Representations
Loi, L. T., Chau, T. S., & Lalonde, M. K. (2003). CA 2443476. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Intellectual Property Office.
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