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Shirley Diane (Stott) Henderson

b. Aug. 25, 1935; d. Dec 5, 2019, Toronto, ON

Education:

1964 BLS (University of Toronto)
1967 MLS (University of Toronto)
1979 MBA (York University

Positions:

1964-1969 Cataloguing Dept., University of Toronto
1969-1973 Lecturer, Faculty of Library and Information Science, University of Toronto
1973-1996 Chief Librarian, Faculty of Library and Information Science, University of Toronto

Publications:

Henderson, DIane (1974). “Accreditation of library school programmes in Canada.” Canadian Library Journal 31 (2): 134-136.

Jarvi, Edith T. and Diane Henderson (1974). Guide to basic reference materials for Canadian libraries. 4th ed. Published for the Faculty of Library Science by the University of Toronto Press. (5th ed., 1977 edited by Diane Henderson; 6th ed., 1980 and 7th ed., 1984 edited by Diane Henderson and Claire England).

Jarvi, Edith T. and Diane Henderson (1983). “Canadian reference books; Or, Benevolent ignorance dispelled.” Reference Services Review 16, 2: 66-67.

England, Claire with Diane Henderson (1983). Interlibrary loan and document delivery in Canada. Ottawa: National Library of Canada.

Henderson, Diane, ed. (1990). Asis '90: Proceedings of the 53rd Asis Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, November 4-8, 1990. Medford, N.J: Published for the American Society for Information Science by Learned Information, Inc, 1990.

Henderson, Diane (2003). “The Ex Libris Project: a great beginning.” ELAN 33: [9]-10.

Henderson, Diane (2003). “The Ex Libris Project: part II.” ELAN 34: [5, 13].

Henderson, Diane (2004). “ELA’s early years, 1990 to 1995.” ELAN 36: (Special Issue of ELAN – A History of Library and Information Studies In Canada): [9], 18.

Henderson, Diane (2004). “University of Toronto, Faculty of Information Studies.” In ELAN Special Issue: A History of Education for Library and Information Studies In Canada: 8-13.

Associations/Committees:

Ex Libris Association (Member of Recruitment Committee and Board)
Retired Academics and Librarians of the University of Toronto (Served on the Executive Committee as Treasurer and was Vice-President in 2009)

Accomplishments:

For many years, Diane was Chief Librarian of the Faculty of Information Science Library at the University of Toronto.
She was an active member of the Ex Libris Association, writing articles for ELAN and compiling the column “News from Canadian Library/Information Studies Schools” from 2007 to 2014.
During her later years, Diane did volunteer work at the Royal Ontario Museum, the Ontario Field Ornithologists, and the Retired Academics and Librarians of the University of Toronto.

Sources:

Globe and Mail December 11, 2019

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