Hello and welcome to my homepage. My name is Stacy Zemke and I am an Instructor in the School of Library and Information Studies.
I was born in Oklahoma, but started my academic career in Art History at the University of Colorado in Boulder. After earning my Master Degree I worked as the Fine Arts Slide Librarian at CU, where I got hooked on technology and how it could be used in academic environments. I then worked in distance education and faculty technology support at the University of Central Oklahoma and the University of Oklahoma Information Technology Department.
I started as an adjunct instructor for the School or Library and Information Studies(SLIS) at OU. In 2005, I started to work full time for SLIS as the ALA Accreditation Coordinator and then as a full time instructor.
In 2003 I also started the Knowledge Management Master of Science
Program in SLIS. I graduated in 2007, after completing my these on
the use of Social Networking in academic environments.
Courses Taught: (click on the course title to view a sample syllabus in PDF format - future syllabi are subject to change)
- LIS-2003, Introduction to Information Studies
Information and Communication Technology
(formerly LIS-4003, LIS-4603)
- LIS-4223/5223, Information Technology Management
- LIS-4633/5633, Design & Implementation of Web-based Information Services (formerly LIS-4103)
Information Studies Capstone
- B.A. Art History - University of Colorado, Boulder
- M.A. Art History - University of Colorado, Boulder
Thesis Title - Nicolai Fechin, A Conservation
- M.S. Knowledge Management - University of Oklahoma
Thesis Title - Academic Knowledge Sharing on the Web:
Webometric Analysis of Bookmark and Tag Clustering Trends in Connotea
My current research is focused on how academic communities use interactive (Web2.0) technologies in their research and knowledge sharing, focused on social bookmarking and learning object repositories.