TEACHERS COLLEGE | COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY,New York, N.Y. Master of Education, December 1995
SCHOOL OF LIBRARY SERVICE|COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NY, NY
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY, Albany, N.Y.
Master of Library Science, May 1981
Greenberg CJ. Trends in Use of Citation Management Tools for Thesis and Dissertation Production. ETD 2012, Septermber 14, 2012. http://www.etd2012.edu.pe/pdf/ETD2012CGreenberg.pdf
Greenberg CJ, Maclean, A. Where Sharing Should Not Go: An Environmental Scan of Originality Assurance Awareness and Efforts to Discourage or Prevent Plagiarism. ETD 2011, Septermber 14, 2011. http://dl.cs.uct.ac.za/conferences/etd2011/papers/etd2011_greenberg.pdf
Greenberg, CJ Group activities in online instruction: A social knowledge-sharing group exercise to evaluate the implementation of National Library of Medicine's 2006-2016 Long Range Plan.MLA 2011, May 15, 2011 Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/cjgberg/group-activities-in-online-instruction
Greenberg, CJ A Passage to Armenia. MLA 2011, May 16, 2011. Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/cjgberg/a-passage-to-armenia-mla-2011-presentation-at-ics-paper-session
Greenberg, CJ, Wang, L Building health literacy among an urban teenage population by creating online health videos for public and school health curriculum use. MLA 2011, May 17, 2011
Greenberg, CJ and Forrest JN. The crystal ball of public access to biomedical educational scholarship: Yale School of Medicine thesis deposits, 2006-2010. Proceedings of ETD 2010: 3th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations to be held June 16 - 18, 2010 at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas.
Bean R, Gibson P, Greenberg CJ, Katz TC, Scirocco SN, and Yale TL. Web 2.0 Tools Meet Emerging Translational Research: A Collaboration Between the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library and the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation. Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, May 19, 2009, Poster Session.
Greenberg, CJ. My Fulbright/CIES Training Trip to Armenia. June 17-July 1, 2008. Web Log.
Greenberg, CJ. CHILI: An Internship Program to Introduce Underrepresented Minority High School Students to Health Sciences Library Careers Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, May 19, 2008, Poster Session
Beteck E, Green BF, Greenberg CJ, Halstead DD, Knight-Kerr D, Larsen J, Massengale L, Prendergast ND, Roderer NK, and Weldon S. A CHILI Recipe Contest: Careers in Health Information, Librarianship, and Informatics. Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, May 22, 2007, Poster Session
Greenberg, CJ and Forrest JN. Factors that influence voluntary participation in a graduate professional student ETD project. Proceedings of ETD 2005: Evolution Through Discovery, 8th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Greenberg CJ, Mayman G, Belanger A (2003) The Yale Medicine Thesis Digital Library, ETD2003
Greenberg CJ. Good old days? Biomed.Digit.Libr. 2005 Apr 13;2(1):3.
Greenberg CJ. True good. Biomed.Digit.Libr. 2004 Sep 20;1(1):1.
"Open Source software for Libraries." MLA News, 343 (February 2002), p. 8.
“ArcView GIS version 3.1”. Bulletin of Medical Library Association , 87(1999) pp. 499-500.
“Beyond HTML! Cognition and Interface Design” Information Outlook, (November1998).
Fulbright Foundation, Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Fulbright Academic Library Specialist Educator, Republican Scientific Medical Library, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia, June 20-July 10, 2012 http://hyelibrarians.net
Fulbright Academic Library Specialist Educator, Yerevan State Medical University, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia, June 16-July 1, 2008 http://ysmuvisit.blogspot.com
MLA Nominating Committee Elected Member, 2008
AAHSL/ NLM Leadership Fellowship 2002-2003
Principal Investigator, Healthflicks: Building health literacy among an urban teenage population by creating online health videos for public and school health curriculum use. NLM/NER Outreach subcontracted grant. January 2010- April 2011.
The most consistent efforts and professional accomplishments that I have embraced are life-long information skills, effective teaching with technology, and open knowledge to address global inequities in education and research.
During my academic appointments at Columbia University, I returned to my own learning goals at Teachers College, focusing on communication, computing, and technology in education. The international focus at Columbia provided my initial opportunities for bridging cultural differences with information literacy and knowledge management techniques. During my current appointment at Yale University, citation management, evidence-based decision making, and Internet communication and research techniques have become core competencies in the health sciences professions.
As a technologist and librarian, I am proud to have developed an international conscience. I participate in the electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) open knowledge movement as the creator and manager of an open access repository. The open knowledge movement, focusing on the reduction of disparities in scholarship, will continue to foster international exchange. In our world of mutual dependence and global integration, we must produce discovery and reject the perpetuation of knowledge inequities.
Education is a uniquely human privilege. To fulfill a constructive mission in life with composure and confidence, one must enter the worlds of learning, first as students and later as mentors for the next generation. Educators, those that imagine, construct, and apply structure to teach others, are awakened to their own mission to respond to learners. I am fulfilled and continually renewed by my role as a librarian and academic educator for seeking minds.
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