Johnson, Susan

 


Susan Johnson is a faculty librarian at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Hamilton Library. She is a doctoral student in the Communication and Information Sciences Program, now hosted by the Information & Computer Sciences Department. She also selects materials, and provides reference and instruction services for other Hamilton Library subject areas such as Education (including Kinesiology and Leisure Science), Library & Information Science, Management Information Systems (MIS), Psychology, and Second Language Studies. Susan has been a member of the library faculty since 2001, after graduating with a master's in Library & Information Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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  • Suthers, Daniel D; Johnson, Susan; Tillinghast, Beth (Swets & Zeitlinger, 2001-12)
    The learning object meta-data (LOM) is an emerging standard for annotation of educational entities (digital or non-digital) that are relevant to technology-supported learning. The annotations describe educational, legal, ...
  • Johnson, Susan (Emerald Group, 1999)
    An information technology model using the synergistic combination of Dialog's advanced commands, Dialog's special databases, and third-party databases creates a powerful tool for collection building and database selection ...

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