I am the UIC Library's Resource Acquisition and Management Librarian and a clinical associate professor. I am head of the Resource Acquisition and Management (RAM) Department. This department purchases and makes available all formats of materials for the UIC community, including books, DVDs, journals, and electronic resources for Daley Library and the Libraries of the Health Sciences. Our departmental mission statement: RAM acquires, organizes, and maintains information resources, providing access for users by working in collaboration with internal and global partners.
I have also worked at a number of other libraries, including those at the John Marshall Law School, Colorado College, and New Mexico State University. I have a Master of Library Science from the University of Arizona, a Master of Public Administration from New Mexico State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of New Mexico. I am a member of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries, and the Illinois Library Association. I currently serve as Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS).
For full text see my page at Academia.edu: http://uic.academia.edu/GwenGregory
Gregory, G. “Going the distance: Incorporating collection maintenance into Technical Services in an academic library.” Technical Services Quarterly, v.37, no.1 (January 2020): 13-23
Carrillo, E., and Gregory, G. “Change management in extremis: a case study” Journal of Access Services, v.16 no.1 (2019) : 21-33
Gregory, G. For the duration: creating a collection maintenance unit in technical services. College and Research Library News, v.78 no.8 (2017): 440-443
Gregory, G. and Poole, C. A Day in the Life, how medical students use library resources. ILA Reporter, v. XXXIV issue 6 (December 2016)
Pastva, J., Gregory, G. and Fox, V. Keep calm and carry on: the new technical services. In: Rethinking Technical Services, v. 9 of Creating the 21st Century Library. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015: 29-40
Djenno, M., Insua, G., Gregory, G. M., and Brantley, J. S. "Discovering usability: comparing two discovery systems at one academic library". Journal of Web Librarianship, v.8 No.3 (2014) http://hdl.handle.net/10027/19416
Gregory, G. & Scott, P. “Parallel views: a job shadow program between two academic law libraries” AALL Spectrum, v.16 no.5 (2012) : 11,24
Gregory, G. “Marketing Tutt Library” CALL Bulletin, no.212 (2009) : 22
Gregory, G. “Book reviewing: is it for you?” CALL Bulletin, no.212 (2009) : 26-27
Gregory, G. & Chambers, M. “Collaborating on library publications.” In: Thinking outside the book:Essays for innovative librarians, edited by Carol Smallwood. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008 : 11-13
Gregory, G. & Ou, C. “Old wine in new bottles: repurposing MARC records for electronic databases” Against the Grain, v.19 no.5 (2007) : 52-56
Gregory, G. “And you thought that you couldn’t publish a book?” College & Undergraduate Libraries, v.14 no.1 (2007) : 113-118
Gregory, G. The Successful Academic Librarian, compiler and editor. Medford, NJ: Information Today: 2005.
Gregory, G. & Chambers, M. “Faculty status, promotion, and tenure” in: The Successful Academic Librarian, edited by G. Gregory. Medford, NJ: Information Today: 2005: 57-66
Gregory, G. & Harner, R. “Sneaking into the back room: public services librarians in technical services” Colorado Libraries, v.30 no.2 (2004) : 42-44.
Gregory, G. & Harner, R. “Out of the back room and onto the desk: technical services librarians in the public area” Colorado Libraries, v.30 no.1 (2004) : 46-47.
Gregory, G. “Technical services librarians for the 21st century” in: Expectations of librarians in the 21st century, edited by Karl Bridges. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003 : 227
Gregory, G. “Refocusing our efforts: case studies on implementation of the Library Services and Technology Act”, Public Library Quarterly, v.19 no.3 (2001) : 3-13
Gregory, G. “The Library Services and Technology Act: how changes from LSCA are affecting libraries”, Public Libraries, v.38 no.6 (1999) : 378-82
Gregory, G. & DeMeule, M. “Reconcilable differences: archivists, catalogers, and manuscript materials”, Technical Services Quarterly, v. 16 no. 4 (1999) : 35-43
Gregory, G. “From construction to technology: an update on federal funding”, American Libraries, v.30 no.6 (1999) : 22-23
Gregory, G. “The Library Services and Technology Act: New Directions in Federal Funding for Libraries” ERIC Document (ED428770) 1998.
Gregory, G. & Brown, M. “World Wide Web page design: a structured approach”, Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery, and Information Supply, v.7 no.3 (1997) : 45-59
Gregory, G. “Forum in Ciudad Juarez fosters international exchange”, American Libraries, v.28 no.4 (1997) : 23
Gregory, G. “Forum bridges gap between three nations”, American Libraries, v.27, no.4 (1996) : 28
Gregory, G. “NAFTA spurs cooperation at Trinational Forum in Mexico City”, American Libraries, v.26 no.6 (1995) : 507-508.
Gregory, G. "U.S. Courts Library/Phoenix develops online catalog using INMAGIC", Information Today, v.10 no.5 (1993) : 38-39
Gregory, G. "Using the CAT-ME Plus in a small library", OCLC Micro. v.8, no.2 (1992) : 36-37
Gregory, G. "Using OCLC in a small library", OCLC Micro. v.7 no.5 (1991) : 16-18
Columnist: Book Review, Information Today, 1993 - present
Presentations and poster sessions at conferences of: American Library Association, Association of College and Research Libraries, Chicago Association of Law Libraries, Colorado Association of Libraries, Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries, Illinois Library Association, New Mexico Council of Higher Education Computing Services, New Mexico Library Association, Rocky Mountain Regional Innovative Users Group, Transborder Library Forum, Wisconsin/Illinois Innovative Users Group.