Web Services Librarian
Kevin Gilbertson is Web Services Librarian at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. His work includes web application development, user experience design, and open source software initiatives. He was named a 2010 NextGen Librarian by Lyrasis.
- Petersen, Rebecca, Gilbertson, Kevin, & Fansler, Craig. (2014). The Missing Link: Observations on the Evolution of a Web Archive. Journal of the Society of North Carolina Archivists, 11(1).
- Gilbertson, Kevin, & Caudle, Rebecca. (2013). Understanding the Web and Evaluating Web Resources. Research Like a Librarian: Accessing Information in the 21st Century. wakexpress: Winston-Salem, NC. #
- Pressley, Lauren, & Gilbertson, Kevin. (2011). Librarians as Experts: Using the Web to Assert Our Value. Computers in Libraries, 31(4), 12-23.
- Rowell, Chelcie, & Gilbertson, Kevin. (2015, February). Build.ZSR: Doing DH by facilitating DH. The Collective, Knoxville, TN.
- Gilbertson, Kevin, & Davis, Barry. (2011, December). Digital Storage in the Cloud: Amazon Web Services and DSpace. Digital Preservation & Data Storage, Webinar, Online.
- Gilbertson, Kevin, & Bessou, Jean-Paul. (2011, March). Growing Your Own Next-Gen Catalog: VuFind @ ZSR. Next-Gen Discovery Tools in ASERL Libraries: VuFind, Webinar, Online.
- Mitchell, Erik, Gilbertson, Kevin, & Bessou, Jean-Paul. (2010, October). Making your IT skills virtual: tools for learning how to implement and administer cloud-based systems. LITA 2010 National Forum, Atlanta, GA.
- edUi 2012 Program Committee, Member. (March 2012 - September 2012).
- edUi 2011 Program Committee, Member. (January 2011 - October 2011).
Below are a few posts by Kevin from the ZSR Professional Development blog.
- Kevin at The Collective 2015 (February 2015)
- Kevin at edUi 2014 (October 2014)
- Kevin at WordPress virtual conference (May 2014)
- Kevin at edUi 2013 (December 2013)
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