Associate Librarian for Technical Services
As Associate Librarian for Technical Services, Scott supports acquisition, description and access to digital and print resources in the Law Library and to legal resources across campus.
Scott graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (Journalism), the University of Washington (Law, Library Science), and the University of Connecticut (Public Administration). He has worked in libraries since 2001.
- "From the Catalog to the Book on the Shelf: Building a Mapping Application for Vufind." (with Kathleen Bauer and Michael Frischia) Code4Lib Journal 17: (2012).
- "Innovations in Providing Access to Research and Knowledge: Directions for Systems Improvement in the Law Library." (with Stephanie Davidson) Legal Reference Services Quarterly 27:1 (2008).
- "The Evolution of Providing Access to Information: The Fall of the Online Catalog." (with Stephanie Davidson) Legal Reference Services Quarterly 26:1 (2007).
- "New Data Mining Technique May Bring Security Concerns to eGov Initiatives." DTTP: Documents to the People 34:Spring (2006).
Skills and Services:
HTML/Web Development, Image Editing, Language: French (basic), Microsoft SQL Server, Sharepoint