BiographyDr. Hallmark worked as a chemist for the Dow Chemical Company in Midland, Michigan, as a Library Intern for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and as a Reference Librarian at Southern Methodist University for the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies, Dallas. She is a Former President of the Geoscience Information Society. She has been the recipient of the Texas Excellence in Teaching Award. Dr. Hallmark's research interests include information resources and communication in science and technology, particularly in the
geosciences and meteorology, and LIS education in Latin America. She has published a number of articles in the Electronic Library, the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, the Journal of the American Society for Information Science, Nature, Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Special Libraries, Issues in Science and Technology Libraries, Science and Technology Libraries, and Information Technology and Libraries. She has lectured and consulted in Australia, China, the Philippines, Romania, Argentina, Thailand, and Guatemala.
DegreesB.S. 1960, Chemistry; M.L.S., 1965; Ph.D., 1973, Library and Information Science, all from The University of Texas at Austin.
|2004||Fall||INF 382W||Introduction to Information Resources and Services|
|2004||Fall||INF 388F||Special Libraries|
|2004||Spring||INF 382D||Introduction to Information Resources and Services|
|2004||Spring||INF 382R||Introduction to Scientific Data Informatics|
|2003||Fall||INF 382D||Introduction to Information Resources and Services|
|2003||Fall||INF 388K.03||Special Libraries|