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published works

Lack, Rosalie, et al. “Increasing Library Usage through FOSS Solutions: Two Case Studies from Zimbabwe”, Library Innovation, v. 4, no. 2 (2013).

Lack, Rosalie. “The Importance of User Centered Design: Exploring Findings and Methods”, Journal of Archival Organization, v. 4, nos 1-2 (April 2007).  [PDF]

Lack, Rosalie and Peter Milbury “Calisphere: Easy Access to Primary Source”, California School Library Association Journal, v. 30 no. 1 (Fall 2006) .Lack, Rosalie. “The Cost of Deploying Images by Universities”, Visual Resources, v. 14 no. 4 (1999).

Lack, Rosalie. “The Patterns of Slide Library Circulation: A Study”, Visual Resources v. 14 no. 4 (1999).

select presentations

EC-Tempus funded project (ISTeMAG) workshop. Algiers, Algeria, November 2011. “Introduction to EIFL Programmes and Services”

Consortium for Tanzania Universities and Research Libraries (COTUL) meeting. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, November 2011. “COTUL and EIFL: Future Directions”

2008 OCLC Western Digital Forum. Tacoma, WA, August 2008. “Before, During and After: Listening to Users Throughout the Design Process.”

Society of American Archivists. San Francisco, CA, August 2008. “R/Evolution of Access: The Online Archive of California Interface Redesign.” Presented with Mary W Elings and Rachael Hu.

Society of California Archivists.  Monterey, CA, May 2008. “Designing for the User: Online Archive of California Redesign Project.” Presented with Mary Elings and Rachael Hu.

California Council for History Education. Santa Clara, CA, September 2008. “Teaching Technology through History Content Using Calisphere.” Presented with Nicole Gilbertson, Kara O’Keefe and Kathleen Ferenz.

California Council for History Education. Riverside, CA, September 2007. “Bringing Calisphere and HOT Curriculum into Your History Classroom.” Presented with Kara O’Keefe.

California School Library Association. Sacramento, CA, November 2006. “Calisphere: A Free Website Offering Unique Primary Sources from the University of California.” Presented with Peter Milbury.