TERENCE K. HUWE

Director of Library and Information Resources

Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
University of California, Berkeley
2521 Channing Way
Berkeley, California 94720
(510) 642-1705
thuwe@library.berkeley.edu


Contents
Education


1983
University of California at Berkeley, MLIS

1977
University of Denver (English), BA


Professional Experience


1989-Present
Director of Library and Information Services
Institute of Industrial Relations Library
University of California, Berkeley

1987-1989
Law Librarian
Epstein, Becker, Stromberg & Green
San Francisco, California

1987
Assistant Law Librarian
Graham & James
San Francisco, California

1979-1986
Director
Graduate Theological Union Bookstore
Berkeley, California


Awards and Grants


2007
University of California Labor and Employment Research Fund (LERF) "Digitization of the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, Proceedings and Papers, Phase II." Funding Award: $29,000.

2006
University of California Labor and Employment Research Fund (LERF)
"Digitization of the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, Proceedings and Papers, Phase I." Funding Award: $33,000.

2005
Participating Curator
"The Web at Risk: A Distributed Approach to Preserving Our Nation's Political and Cultural Heritage"
Lead Agency: California Digital Library
Funding Agency: The Library of Congress

2002
Librarians Association of the University of California
University-Wide Research Grants for Librarians
Title: “Database of Labor Graphics”
Co-Investigator: Lincoln Cushing

1998
John Sessions Memorial Award for Outstanding Service to the Labor Movement
American Library Association and AFL-CIO

1995
Library Fellow,
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities,
University of California, Berkeley

1991
Dow Jones Professional Researcher Award. Title: "The Allied Profession:
Information Specialists and the Cooperative Workplace"


1990
Grant Recipient, Librarians Association of the University of California Research Grants
for Librarians Program.Title: "Classification Issues Facing Special Libraries"

1990
Samuel Lazerow Fellowship for Research in Acquisitions or Technical
Services, Association of College & Research Libraries, American Library
Association. Title: "Classification Issues Facing Highly Specialized Collections"


Lectures


2008
"A Tale of (2.0) Repositories: Mapping History to Community."
Internet Librarian International, October 16, 2008

2007
"Effective Library 2.0 Strategies: Simple Starting Points and New Technologies."
Internet Librarian International. London, October 8, 2007

"Content and Commons: Library 2.0 Organizational Strategies."
Internet Librarian USA, Monterey, October 30, 2007

"The Library Commons, Library 2.0 and the Research Community: Field Notes from the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE)."
Librarians Association of the University of California, Berkeley Division: Academic Library 2.0 Conference
UC Berkeley, November 2, 2007

"Getting Started with Your Library 2.0 Game Plan." (Powerpoint Presentation file)
National Webcast, Association of College and Research Libraries, May 14, 2007

2006
"Networking in the New Library Environment: Extending Library Roles with New Technologies"
Internet Librarian International '06, London, UK, October, 2006

"Blogging and Wikis at the Institute of Industrial Relations Library: What We're Doing"
Affiliated Librarians Spring Assembly, April 2006

"Digital Preservation and the Open Web: A Curatorial Perspective"
Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC March 2006

2005
"'Physical' Space, 'Digital' Space: A New Vision for the Institute of Industrial Relations Library"
Institute of Industrial Relations Faculty Seminar
October, 2005

"Libraries and the Web 2005: Bridging Platforms to Build Context"
Keynote Address, AusWeb '05, Brisbane, Australia, July 2005

"Weblogs 101: The 'Why?' and the 'How'" of Blogging"
National Webcast, Association of College and University Libraries, May 2005, Repeated June 2005

"Weblogs 101: The "Why?" and the "How" of Blogging"
Stanford Linear Accelerator, January 2005

2004
"Digital Library Strategies in the Late Adopting Institution"
Internet Librarian International '04, London, UK, October 2004

"Adventures in Radio UserLand"
Special Librarians Association Professional Development Program
Co-Presenter: Lincoln Cushing
Pacific Gas and Electric Energy Center
June 2004

"Digital Repositories: Now that They're Up and Running"
Computers in Libraries, Washington DC, March 2004

"Beyond Blogging 101: Applying Reference Skills to Weblogs." Computers in Libraries 2004, March 11, 2004.

"Digital Repositories: Now That They're Up and Running." Computers in Libraries 2004, March 11, 2004.

2003
“Competencies for Info Pros: The Critical Balance.”
New Career Development Series,
Special Libraries Association. A global, Web-based virtual seminar directed at SLA’s
12,000 members, December 17, 2003. Co-Presenter: Cindy Hill, President, SLA, Inc.

“Info Pro Opportunities Beyond the Library: How to Build From Strength.” Internet Librarian USA ’03, November 5, 2003, Monterey, California.

Moderator, Content Management: StrategiesTrack, Computers in Libraries Conference,
March 13, Washington, DC.

2002
“Building a Digital Library: New Tools, New Opportunities.”
Presentation at Internet Librarian USA ’02, Palm Spings, California, November 6, 2002

“The Institute for Labor and Employment: An Overview.” Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Special Libraries Association, June 10, 2002, Los Angeles, California.

“The Intranet Project: Introduction and Discussion." Institute of Industrial Relations Tech Lunch, March 16, 2002.

2001
“Academic Research During the Web Era: Recent User Trends and UC Library responses.”
Institute of Industrial Relations Faculty Seminar, December 3, 2001.

“The Changing Face of Labor: Library Service to Unions in the 21st Century.” Presentation at the American Library Association Annual Conference, June 16, 2001, San Francisco, California.

“From Library Web to Portal: Mapping Content, People and Purpose.” Presentation at Internet Librarian USA ’01, November 6, 2001, Pasadena, California.

“Job and Career Information Services to Benefit Your Community.” Presentation at the American Library Association Annual Conference, June 15, 2001, San Francisco, California.

2000
“The Newport Forum: Knowledge Management Faces the Real World.”

Presented at Internet Librarian International 2000,
March 21, 2000, London, United Kingdom.

1999

“Multi-Disciplinary Searching and the Web: A Closer Look.”

Presented at Internet Librarian '99,
November, 1999, San Diego, California.

1999
“Multi-Disciplinary Searching and the Web: A Closer Look.”

Presented at Internet Librarian International 1999,
March 22, 1999, London, United Kingdom.

1998
“Multi-Disciplinary Searching and the Internet: The KnowledgeCite Library.”

Presentation to Global Publisher/Partners of SilverPlatter Information, Inc.,
October 18, 1998, Newport Beach, California.

1997
“Creating Digital Collections: Berkeley's Case Study.”
Presented at Internet Librarian '97, November 17, 1997, Monterey, California.

“Digital Library Development: An Information Management Strategy for Industrial Relations Research.”
Presented at the 50th Anniversary Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Assocation, April 19, 1997, New York.

1996
“The Ecology of Knowledge: Future Roles for Librarians.”

Presented at the 60th Anniversary Meeting of Tekniska Litteratursallskapet (The Swedish Society for Technical Documentation), November 18, 1996, Stockholm, Sweden.

1995
“Knowledge Transfer in Cyberspace: Challenges and Opportunities.”

Presented at the 100th Anniversary of FID, the International Federation for Information and Documentation, November 8, 1995, The Hague, Netherlands.


Publications


2009

"Embrace the Chaos." Computers in Libraries Vol. 29, No. 2, February 2009

"Exploiting Synergies Among Digital Repositories, Special Collections, and Online Community." ONLINE Vol. 33, No. 2, March/April 2009

Reference Diagnostics for a Virtual World." Computers in Libraries Vol. 29, No. 1, January 2009

"Publishers in Libraries." Computers in Libraries Vol 29, No. 4, April 2009

"The Surprising Impact of Digital Repositories." Computers in Libraries Vol. 29, No. 3, March 2009

2008

"The Community Behind the Code." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 3, March 2008

"Conveying Content Along Many Pathways." Computers in Libraries Vol 28, No. 2, February 2008

"International Patrons Embrace Technology at Their Own Pace." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 10, November/December 2008

"The Joy of Finding Out What People Don't Want." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 1, January 2008

"My Search Enhancement Wish List." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 5, May 2008

"The Smart Mob 'Makeover.'" Computers in Libraries Vol 28, No. 8, September 2008

"Step by Step to Information Nexus." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 6, June 2008

"The Surprising Impact of Digital Repositories." Computers in Libraries Vol. 28, No. 9, October 2008

"Where the Sidewalk Ends and the Community Begins." Computers in Libraries Vol 28, No. 4, April 2008

2007

"Cool Tips for Digital Curators." Computers in Libraries Vol 27, No. 3, March 2007

"In 2007, Community-Building Tools Rule." Computers in Libraries Vol. 27. No 10, November/December 2007

"Inquiry-Based Learning and Library Design." Computers in Libraries Vol. 27, No. 5, May 2007

"Keeping Up With User Communities." Computers in Libraries Vol. 27, No. 8, September 2007

"Surfing the Library 2.0 Wave." Computers in Libraries Vol. 27, No. 1, January 2007

2006

"A best practice cheat sheet for outreach strategies." Computers in Libraries 26 (no. 2), February 2006

"Best practices for personalizing outreach." Marketing Library Services 20 (no. 2), March/April 2006

"Breaking into communities of practice." Computers in Libraries 26 (no. 3), March 2006

"Empower the staff for more effective outreach." Computers in Libraries 26 (no. 6), June 2006

"From librarian to digital communicator." ONLINE 30 (no.5), September/October 2006

"Life without a systems office." Computers in Libraries 26 (no. 4), April 2006

"Social networking matches the hip with the proven." Computers in Libraries 26 (no. 9), September 2006

2005

"My three wishes for digital repositories." Computers in Libraries 25 (no. 4), April 2005

"The new display that's 'floating' your way." Computers in Libraries 25 (no.9), September 2005

"Running to stand still?" Computers in Libraries 25 (no. 6), July 2005

"Security meets real-world computing." Computers in Libraries 25 (no. 6), June 2005

2000-2004

"Being Organic Gives Reference Librarians the Edge over Computers." Computers in Library 24 (No. 5), May 2004

“Born to Blog.” Computers in Libraries 23 (No. 10), November/December 2003.
“Recycling and redirecting web content for fun and profit.” Computers in Libraries 23 (No. 9), October, 2003.

“Casting a wider net with roving reference.” Computers in Libraries 23 (No. 3), March 2003.

"Convergence of Interlibrary Loan and Local Collections." Computers in LIbrary 24 (No. 3), March 2004.

“The digital sizzle.” Computers in Libraries, 23 (No. 2), February 2003.

"Keep those Web skills current.: Computers in Libraries 24 (No. 8), September 2004.

“Managing a ‘forest’ of servers and documents.” Computers in Libraries 23 (No. 5), May 2003.

"New search tools for multi-disciplinary digital libraries." ONLINE 23 (no. 2),
March/April 1999.

"The Newport Forum: Knowledge management meets the real world." IN Internet Librarian
International 2000 Proceedings, Medford, NJ, Information Today, Inc.

“Reference: A key value for information professionals. South Hall News, Fall, 2002

"Scouting Upstream for Pre-Publication Information." Computers in LIbraries 24 (No. 1), January 2004.

“Social sciences e-prints come of age: The University of California’s new digital working
paper repository.” ONLINE 26 (No. 5), September/October 2002.

“Turbo-powering the ‘flat’ portal: The University of California’s labor research web.”
ONLINE 26 (No. 3), May/June 2002, p. 29.


1996 - 1999

"Digital library development: An information management strategy for industrial relations researchers." IN Industrial Relations Research Association Proceedings of the 1997 Spring Meeting.

"The Ecology of Knowledge: Future Roles for Librarians". Nordic Journal of Documentation 52 (no. 1/2), 1997.

"Libraries and the idea of the organization". IN Advances in Librarianship, volume 21, 1997

"Management literature: A guide for the perplexed." Labor Center Reporter no. 302, 1997.

"New search tools for multi-disciplinary digital libraries." Online 23 (no. 2), March/April 1999.

"The social life of (reference) librarians." SLA Bulletin 67 (no. 6), May/June 1997.

"UC librarian peer review: Another model for faculty governance." California Public Employee Relations, no. 127, December 1997.

"Peer review and assistance for teachers: Four recommendations." California Public Employee Relations, no. 137, August 1999.


1989 - 1995

"Classification, cataloging, and private law libraries: A survey." Legal Information Alert, vol. 10, nos. 7 & 8, August, 1991.

"Commercial databases available to academics: Dialog's Knowledge Index service." Berkeley Computing Quarterly, June, 1990.

"Database management and the union local." Labor Center Reporter no. 274, November 1990.

"Focus on legal research." Quarterly column. The Freelancer. (Journal of the California Association of Freelance Paralegals) 1988-1990.

"Health law: A guide for law librarians." Legal Information Alert. March, 1990.

"Health law for legal assistants." California Paralegal (Bulletin of the California Association of Freelance Paralegals), June-July 1990.

"The humanistic potential of multimedia: Two conclusions." By Terence K. Huwe and Claude L. Schnier. FID News Bulletin, v 45 no. 4. April 1995.

"Information and empowerment: Research skills and the Labor Movement." Labor Center Reporter no. 282, February 1993.

"Information resources for labor: A guided tour." California Public Employee Review no. 111, April, 1995.

"Information specialists and the cooperative workplace: Challenges and opportunities." IN: Advances in Librarianship 17, November, 1993.

"Knowledge Transfer in Cyberspace: Organizational challenges." FID News Bulletin 46 (no. 1/2).

"The legal assistant and the law library: Strategies and resources." The Freelancer. July, 1988.

"Private law library survey." Ad Hoc Survey Committee, San Francisco Private Law Librarians Association. October, 1988.

"Reengineers, information technologists, and librarians: Finding the common ground." FID News Bulletin vol. 44 no. 7/8 pp. 150-156. July/August 1994.

"Student outreach programs: The Berkeley experience." The SpeciaList Bulletin of the (Special Libraries Association), April, 1990.