Terry Huttenlock, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Library Science
On Faculty since 1999

Office: Buswell Library 152
Phone: (630)752-5352
Email:

Education

Ed.D, instructional technology, Northern Illinois University

M.L.S., library and information science, Rutgers University

B.S., biology, Moravian College

Master Online Teacher (MOT) certification, Illinois Online Network

Computer certification, Chubb Institute


About Terry Huttenlock

I enjoy exploring technological solutions that enhance teaching, learning, and access to library resources as well as researching new ways to assess outcomes and effectiveness. I am involved in Jericho Road church and in my spare time enjoy biking, baking, reading, and playing with my grandchildren.

Subject Librarian for

  • applied health science
  • biology
  • education
  • environmental studies
  • geology

Membership in Professional Societies

  • American Library Association
  • Association of College and Research Libraries

Publications and Presentations 

Publications:

With David Malone, Proving value and improving practice: Using system data to analyze user behaviors. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 20:3-4, 2013, 366-385.

Use of an Advance Organizer in the Ill-Structured Problem Domain of Information Seeking: A Comparative Case Study. Diss. Northern Illinois University, 2007. Ann Arbor: ProQuest/UMI, 2007. (Publication No. AAI3301633.)

With Jeff Beaird and Ron Fordham, Untangling a tangled web: A case study in choosing and implementing a CMS. Library Hi Tech, 24:1, 2006, 61-68.

Usability Testing: A Key to User-Centered Designs >>  MyLibrary Manual, 2006.

With Patricia Roche and Harry Bliss, Superheroes, Powered by Books, Illinois Library Association, 2005.

Review of: Carolyn B. Noah and Linda W. Braun (2002). The Browsable Classroom: An Introduction to E-learning for Librarians. New York: Neal-Schuman. in Technology Electronic Reviews, 12:1, 2003.

With Patricia H. Dawson, Tefko Saracevic, and Paul B. Kantor, Derived taxonomy of value in using library and information services: a manual for encoding responses, New Brunswick, NJ: School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, Rutgers University, 1995. Technical report APLAB/95/5.

Presentations:

Instructor Corp - ILEADU 2014.

With Nancy Falciani-White. “Letting the Data Speak:  Unintended correlation of two studies.”  Presented at the New Directions in Information Fluency conference, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL, April 2014.

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