Collection Management Services
University of Illinois, University Library
1408 West Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801
Redevelopment of services to better reflect current and future library needs.
Assessment and implementation of new technologies in library services.
Redefining staff and collection management as they relate to large-scale technical services.
Laskowski, Mary S. "A Media Librarian's Education: An Assessment of the Availability and Need for Specific Training in Media Librarianship." Library Trends 58/3 (Winter 2010): 391-401.
Laskowski,Mary S. and David Ward. "Building Next Generation Video Game Collections in Academic Libraries." Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35/3 (2009): 267-273.
Laskowski, Mary S. "The textbook problem: Investigating one possible solution." Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 31 (2007): 161-170.
Laskowski, Mary S., David Ward and Esther R. Gillie. "Electronic reserve service in a multiple library setting: Expansion, centralization, issues and solutions. Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Supply & Electronic Reserve, 17/1&2 (2007): 121-136.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Student experiences with media resources." Research Strategies, 20/4 (2005): 346-356.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Glimpses of global women." Library Journal, 130/9 (2005): 66-68.
Laskowski, Mary S. and Chad Fennell. "Retooling access to academic media collections." Technical Services Quarterly, 23/3 (2005): 19-37.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Religious biographies." Library Journal, 129/9 Audio Video Supplement (2004): 8-9.
Laskowski, Mary S. and Barbara J. Bergman. "Academic media center collection development and circulation policies: A comparative analysis." College & University Media Review 10/2 (2004): 85-118.
Jacoby, JoAnn and Mary S. Laskowski. "Measurement and analysis of electronic reserve usage: Toward a new path in online library service assessment." Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 4/2 (2004): 219-232.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Stop the technology I want to get off: Tips and tricks for media selection and acquisition." Acquisitions Librarian 16/31&32 (2004): 217-225.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Review of The Enduring Library: Technology, Tradition, and the Quest for Balance, by Michael Gorman." Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 4/1 (2004): 154-155.
Laskowski, Mary S. "Faculty and instructor use of media in the classroom. Results of two surveys." College & University Media Review 9/1 (2002-2003): 73-95.
Laskowski, Mary S. and David Ward. "The impact of implementing electronic reserves on staffing and service." Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Information Supply 13/3 (2003): 15-28.
Laskowski, Mary S. "The role of technology in undergraduate research: Perspectives from students and instructors." Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2/2 (2002): 305-319.
Laskowski, Mary S. and David Ward. "Electronic reserves: Access issues related to technology." Technical Services Quarterly, 19.4 (2002): 39-52.
Laskowski, Mary S. and David Ward. "Creation and management of a home-grown electronic reserve system at an academic library: Results of a pilot project." Journal of Academic Librarianship, 27/5 (2001): 361-371.
Laskowski, Mary S. "University Libraries Section in San Francisco." College & Research Library News, 62/9 (2001): 914, 939.
Laskowski, Mary S. "The academic media center: Where we've been, where we are, and where we are going." College & University Media Review, 7 (Fall 2000): 21-40.
Laskowski, Mary S. "The impact of electronic access to government information: What users and Documents Specialists think." The Journal of Government Information, 27 (2000): 173-185.