Andrew C. Morton
Emerging Web Technologies Librarian
Profile

Andy Morton completed his Masters of Library and Information Science at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. His professional interests include exploring new and emerging technologies for use in library and pedagogical settings.

Awards
Emerald Press 2002 Award for Excellence, Outstand Paper of the Year - Reference Services Review
Presentations
"60 Websites in 60 Minutes," American Library Association Annual Conference, 2005.
“Recruiting From Within: Academic Libraries,” Solinet Virginia User’s Group Meeting, 2004.
“PDAs in Libraries,” presentation, Virginia Library Association Annual Conference, 2003.
“Transitions in ILL: Clio & Voyager ILL,” presentation, Endeavor User Group Meeting, 2003.
“Transporting Services Across Galaxies, Library Services for Distance Education Health Science Students,” contributed paper, Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, 2000.
"Credit Card Number Please," poster presentation, Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, 1999
"Interlibrary Loan and Collection Redesign," panel presentation, Richmond Health Information Group and Tidewater Health Science Libraries Joint Meeting, 1999
Memberships
American Library Association
Library and Information Technology Association
Virginia Library Association
Professional Experience
Emerging Web Technologies Librarian (2007 - Present)
University of Richmond
Head, Access & Delivery Services (2001 - 2007)
University of Richmond
Head, Access & Delivery Services (1998 - 2001)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Stacks Maintenance Supervisor (1996 - 1998)
Wake Forest University
Institutional Service

Chair, Library Web Steering Committee, 2007 - Present

Chair, Library TechTeam, 2007 - Present

Emerging Technologies Campus Group

University Staff Advisory Council, 2011 - 2013

Publications
Articles

Morton, Andrew et al., "Active Recruitement Within Academic Libraries." Virginia Libraries 49, no. 4 (2003).

Shipman, Jean and Andrew Morton. "The New Black bag: PDAs, Healthcare and Library Services." Reference Services Review 29, no. 3 (2001): 229-237.

Morton, Andrew. 2001. "Medical Schools Discover Advantages of Palm Computers." PalmPower Magazine Enterprise Edition March 2001, [Online]


Education
M.L.I.S., University of North Carolina Greensboro 1998
Library & Information Science
B.S., Charleston Southern University 1994
History & English
Contact Information
(804) 287-6047
(804) 287-1840 (Fax)