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Research Interests | Education | Publications | Professional Affiliations | Honors and Awards


Research Interests

  • Consumer health
  • Computer-mediated communication
  • Free and open-source software
  • Information access software
  • Knowledge navigation

Education

Graduate Certificate, Computer and Information Systems
Continuing Education
Penn State Harrisburg
Middletown, PA

MLS, Library Science
School of Library and Information Science
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA

BS, Elementary Education
Education Department
Saint Francis University
Loretto, PA


Recent Publications

Delozier, E.P. "Anonymity and Authenticity in the Cloud: Issues and Applications." OCLC Syst. Serv. Vol 29 (2): 65-77 (2013).

Delozier, E.P. "The GNU/Linux Desktop: An Open Access Primer for Libraries." OCLC Syst. Serv. Vol 25 (1): 35-42 (2009).

Delozier, E.P. "Free and Open Source Software." In Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Online. Edited by J. Webster. Wiley, New York (2002).

Delozier, E .P. A Free Ride on the Information Highway: Gratis Software for Enhancing End User Productivity. Internet Ref. Serv. Q. Vol 6 (2): 13-22 (2001).

Delozier, E. P. (software review) Interactive Knee by P.M. Aichroth, et. al. Bull. Med. Libr. Assoc. Vol 89 (4): 421-422 (2001).

Delozier, E. P.� "Natural Language and Beyond: Tips for Search Services." � Chapter 2 in Health Care Resources on the Internet: A Guide for Librarians and Health Care Consumers, pp. 13-26. Edited by M. S. Wood. Haworth Press, New York (2000).

Lingle, V. A., E. P. Delozier. Policy Aspects of Web Page Development. Internet Ref. Serv. Q. Vol. 3 (2): 33-48 (1998).

Delozier, E. P., Personal Information Accessories on the Internet. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 16 (4): 63-67 (1997).

Delozier, E. P., Dial-Up PPP Access to the Internet: Getting Started with Windows 95. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 16 (3): 55-65 (1997).

Delozier, E. P., V. A. Lingle. HealthWeb: Inter-library Cooperation to Organize a Virtual Library of Health-related Internet Resources. Proceedings 1997 Computers in Healthcare Education Symposium. Philadelphia, Pa., Health Sciences Libraries Consortium.

Delozier, E. P. Identifying and Documenting Objects and Services on the Internet: The Uniform Resource Locator. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 15 (4): 57-62 (1996).

Delozier, E. P. Encoders, Decoders, Compressors, Decompressors, Viewers, and Helper Utilities for an Internet Tool Box. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 15 (3):57-62 (1996).

Delozier, E. P. Strategies for Finding Information on the Internet: Getting Started with Archie, Gopher, WWW, and WAIS. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 15 (2):61-5 (1996).

Lingle, V. A., E. P. Delozier. World Wide Web and Other Internet Information Services in the Health Sciences:�a Collection of Policy and Procedure Statements. Medical Library Association, Chicago (1996).

Delozier, E. P. Internet Access and Connectivity: An Explanation. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 15 (1):63-9 (1996).

Delozier, E. P. Health Services Technology/Assessment Text (HSTAT). Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 14(3):37-41 (1995).

Delozier, E. P. Bibliography Management with Library Master (TM) 2.0. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 13(2):29-44 (1994).

Delozier, E. P. Bibliography Management with Pro-Cite (TM) 2.0. Med. Ref. Serv. Q. 12(2): 19-34 (1993).

Lingle, V. A. and E. P. Delozier. "Evaluation and Selection Criteria for CD-ROM Products."�Chapter 2 in CD-ROM Implementation and Networking in Health Sciences Libraries, pp. 11-29. Edited by M. S. Wood. Haworth Press, New York (1993).

Delozier, E. P., and Lingle, V. A. Lingle.� "MEDLINE and MeSH:� Challenges for End Users." Med. Ref. Serv. Q., Vol 11 (3):29-46 (1992).


Professional Affiliations


Honors and Awards


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