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Ethel Weiss Auster

Ethel Weiss Auster, n.d.


b. June 4, 1942, Montreal, QC; d. July 1, 2005, Toronto, ON

Education:

1965 AB (Boston University)
1966 MLS (Simmons College)
1972 B.Ed (University of Toronto)
1975 M.Ed (University of Toronto)
1978 Ed.D. (University of Toronto)

Positions:

1966–1969 Librarian, Brookline High School, Massachusetts
Research librarian,
Toronto Board of Education; Librarian, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin -Madison:
Professor, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto

Publications:

Among her major publications are the following:

Auster, Ethel ed. The online searcher. New York: Neal-Schumman, c1990.

Auster, Ethel. Retrenchment in Canadian academic libraries. Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Library Association, c1991.

Auster, Ethel. Downsizing in academic libraries: the Canadian experience. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, c2004.

Auster, Ethel and Choo, Chun Wei, eds. Managing information for the competitive edge. New York: Neal-Schumann Publishers, 1996.

Associations/ Committees:

American Society for Information Science and Technology,
Canadian Association for Information Science,
Canadian Library Association, IFLA delegate,
Ontario Library Association

Honours/Accomplishments:

Chair, Committee on Doctoral Studies, Faculty of Information
Studies, University of Toronto; Elected member, University of Toronto Governing Council, Miles Blackwell Award for Outstanding Academic Librarian awarded by Canadian Association of College and University Libraries

Sources:

Globe and Mail, July 4, 2005
University of Toronto Library CatalogueBrian Cantwell Smith

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