Western Washington University Libraries Michael Lorenzen
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Michael Lorenzen Collection
Western Collection: Lorenzen, M. (Box)
A librarian and scholar, Michael Lorenzen was born February 13, 1970 in Bowling Green, Ohio. He has a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy (Bowling Green State University, 1992), a Master of Library Science degree (Kent State University, 1993), a Master of Education degree (Ohio University, 1996), an Education Specialist degree (Michigan State University, 2002), and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Central Michigan University, 2009). Before becoming Dean of University Libraries at Western Illinois University in 2013, he was the Associate Dean for Public Services at Western Washington University (2010-2013), and Head of Reference Services at Central Michigan University (2003-2010). Prior to CMU, he was the Library Instruction Coordinator at Michigan State University (1996-2003) and a Reference Librarian at Ohio University-Zanesville (1994-1996).
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of books, off-prints and photocopies of articles, presented papers, and other published contributions in the field of library science.
Notes on Arrangement
The books in the Michael Lorenzen Collection are shelved under "Lorenzen, M." in The Western Collection stacks area, sub-arranged by title. Additional copies of individual book titles may also be available in the Libraries' circulating collection; search the library catalog by author or title for more information.
Other material in the collection are organized into sequentially numbered folders housed in one box. Items are ordered chronologically within each folder by date of publication, sub-arranged alphabetically by item title when items share a common publication date. The arrangement is by Special Collections.
The collection is the gift of Michael Lorenzen to Special Collections for The Western Collection.
Some of the material in this Collection may be under copyright.
Lorenzen, Michael. Academic Library Development Officers in fund raising: how they perceive their work. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, c2009.
Folder 1: Curriculum vitae
Folder 2: 1993-1996
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security problems of Ohio academic libraries.” ERIC ED 367 341 (August 1993)
Lorenzen, Michael. “The Zanesville campus library of Ohio University at Zanesville and the Muskingum Area Technical College: a use study of a co-located campus library.” ERIC ED 377 872 (1994)
Lorenzen, Michael. “Using the internet for reference service.” Ohio Libraries 8.3 (1995): 23-24. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security in the public libraries of Missouri.” Missouri Library World 1.3/4 (1996): 15-17. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security issues of academic libraries.” ERIC ED 396 765 (June 1996)
Lorenzen, Michael. “Support staff in professional organizations.” Library Mosaics 7.3 (1996): 14-15. Photocopy.
Folder 3: 1997-1999
Lorenzen, Michael. “Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921): Astronomer.” Notable women in the physical sciences: a biographical dictionary. Eds. Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997. 233-237. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Management by wandering around: reference rovering and quality reference service.” Philosophies of reference service. Ed. Celia Hales Mabry. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc., 1997. 51-57. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security in the public libraries of Illinois.” Illinois Libraries 79.1 (1997): 21-22. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Distance education: delivering instruction in cyberspace.” College & Research Libraries news 59.5 (1998): 342-345. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security issues in the public libraries of three Midwestern states.” Public Libraries 37.2 (1998): 134-136. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Security issues of Ohio public libraries.” ERIC ED 416 907 (1998)
Lorenzen, Michael. “Voices from the gaps: women writers of color (a World Wide Web site.” Library Hi Tech news 149 (1998): 22-24. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Deconstructing the Carnegie Libraries: the sociological reasons behind Carnegie's millions to public libraries.” Illinois Libraries 81.2 (1999): 75-78. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Using outcome-based education in the planning and teaching of new information technologies.” Information Technology Planning. Ed. Lori A. Goetsch. New York: Haworth Press, 1999. 141-152. Book.
Folder 4: 2000-2002
Lorenzen, Michael. “Education schools and library schools: a comparison of their perceptions by academia.” Illinois Libraries 82.3 (2000): 154-159. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Active learning and library instruction.” Illinois Libraries 83.2 (2001): 19-24. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “A brief history of library information in the United States of America.” Illinois Libraries 83.2 (2001): 8-18. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “The land of confusion? High school students and their use of the Web for research.” Research strategies 18 (2001): 151-163. PDF printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Using tattooing to teach boolean searching.” Teaching information literacy concepts: activities and frameworks from the field. Eds. T.E. Jacobson, T.H. Gatti. Pittsburgh: Library Instruction Publications, 2001, p. 195-199. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Using video and CD-ROM to reach new students before they arrive on campus.” LOEX news 28.2/3 (2001): 7, 12-13. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael and Nancy Lucas. “Introducing first-year student-athletes to the library: the Michigan State University experience.” First impressions, lasting impact: introducing the first-year student to the academic library. Ed. Julia K. Nims and Ann Andrew. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Pierian Press, 2002. p. 95-100. Book
Lorenzen, Michael. “Library instruction outside of North America in the 20th Century.” ERIC ED 464 647 (April 2002).
Folder 5: 2003-2006
Lorenzen, Michael. “Encouraging community in library instruction: a jigsaw experiment in a university library skills classroom.” Illinois Libraries 85.1 (2003): 5-15). PDF printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “International bibliographic activities in the 20th century: a literature review.” MLA Forum 2.1 (2003): 9 p.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Editorial: Teaching and learning on the Web.” Academic Exchange 71.1 (2003): 4. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Collegiality and the academic library.” E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship 7.2 (2006): 7 p. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Conflict resolution and academic library instruction.” LOEX Quarterly 33.1/2 (2006): 6-9, 11. Photocopy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “The ideal academic library as envisioned through Nietzsche's vision of the eternal return.” MLA Forum 5.1 (2006): 7 p. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Strategic planning for academic library instructional programming.” Illinois Libraries 86.2 (2006): 22-29. PDF printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Vandals, administrators, and sockpuppets, Oh My! An ethnographic study of Wikipedia's handling of problem behavior.” MLA Forum 5.2 (2006): 8 p. Printout.
Folder 6: 2008-2009
Lorenzen, Michael. “Editor's column: Applying Machiavellian ideas on leadership to libraries.” MLA forum 6 (2008): 6 p. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael and Stephanie M. Mathson. “We won't be fooled again.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 15.1/2 (2008): 211-230. PDF printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Change management and risk taking.” Mistakes in academic library management. Ed. Jack E. Fritts, Jr. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2009. p. 83-94. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Getting published: an overview for off-campus librarians.” Journal of library administration 49.1/2 (2009): 23-33. PDF printout.
Folder 7: 2010-2011
Lorenzen, Michael. “Blogging tips for librarians.” Writing and publishing: the librarian's handbook. Ed. Carol Smallwood. Chicago, Illinois: American Library Association, 2010. p. 135-136. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Fund raising for academic libraries: what works, what doesn't?” Library philosophy and practice (2010): 21 p. Printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “The librarian's guide to dealing with revision requests.” Writing and publishing: the librarian's handbook. Ed. Carol Smallwood. Chicago, Illinois: American Library Association, 2010. p. 42-43. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael and Ann Marie Casey. “Untapped potential: seeking library donors among alumni of distance learning programs.” Journal of library administration 50 (2010): 515-529. PDF printout.
Lorenzen, Michael. “The accidental profession: career paths of academic library development officers.” Proceedings of the 9th annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (2011): 4830-4846.Manuscript copy.
Lorenzen, Michael. “Attracting donors to your academic library.” Virginia Libraries 57.1 (2011): 7-9. PDF printout.
Folder 8: 2012-
Lorenzen, Michael. “Perception of academic library development officers regarding their work in fund-raising.” Advances in library administration and organization 31 (2012): 241-289. Book.
Lorenzen, Michael and Martha Mautino. “Interdepartmental communication in academic libraries.” Workplace culture in academic libraries: the early 21st century. Ed. Kelly Blessinger and Paul Hrycaj. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2013. 203-217. Book chapter.
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