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