Isaac Gilman

Isaac Gilman, MLIS

Dean of University Libraries / Associate Professor
503-352-1401
UC Box 
A184
Pacific University Library (Forest Grove), 140

Isaac leads the Libraries' faculty and staff in delivering resources and services to students and faculty across all of Pacific's programs and campuses.

Select Publications

Arch, X., & Gilman, I. (contracted, anticipated 2020). Academic library services for first-generation students. ABC-CLIO/Libraries Unlimited.

Arch, X., & Gilman, I. (accepted, in press). First principles: Designing services for first-generation students. College & Research Libraries.

Arch, X., & Gilman, I. (2017). Innovating for impact: The next evolution of library consortia. Collaborative Librarianship, 9(4).

Gilman, I. (2016) Responsibilities and rights: Balancing the institutional imperative for open access with authors’ self-determination. In Callicott, B. B., Scherer, D., & Wesolek, A. J (Eds). Making institutional repositories work. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Gilman, I. (2015). Adjunct no more: Promoting scholarly publishing as a core service of academic libraries. Against the Grain, 26(6) (Dec 2014/Jan 2015), 30-34.

Gilman, I. (2013). Library scholarly communication programs: Legal and ethical considerations. Oxford: Chandos Publishing.

Gilman, I. (2013). Scholarly communication for credit: Integrating publishing education into undergraduate curriculum. In Davis-Kahl, S., & Hensley, M. K. Common ground at the nexus of information literacy and scholarly communication. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Gilman, I., Kunkel, M. (2010).  “From Passive to Pervasive: Changing Perceptions of the Library’s Role through Intra-Campus Partnerships.”  Collaborative Librarianship 2(1): 20-30.