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Cheryl Middleton

Associate University Librarian for Research and Scholarly Communication

Phone: (541) 737-8527
Fax: (541) 737-1328
IM username: vlibCheryl [AIM]
Primary Duties:

The AUL for Research and Scholarly Communication provides vision, leadership, motivation and supervision for the faculty and staff in the Emerging Technologies and Services (ETS), and Resource Acquisition and Sharing Department (RASD).

Brief CV


M.A.        1995      Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Master of Library and Information Science.   Beta Phi Mu

B.S.         1993      Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, Bachelor of General Science


Selected Presentations:

Middleton, C. (2014)  Magical Thinking: Moving Beyond Natural Bias to Examine Core Services. In M. Evangeliste and K. Furlong, (Eds.), Letting Go of Legacy Services: Library Case Studies (43-57). Chicago: American Library Association.  

Christie, A., Pollitz, J., Middleton, C. (2009) Management of Library Course Reserves and the Textbook Affordability Crisis.  Journal of Access Services, 6 (4) 459-484..

Christie, A., Pollitz, J., Middleton, C. (2009) Student Strategies for Coping with the High Cost of Textbooks and the Role of Academic Library Course Reserves. Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 9 (4) 491-510.