Tracie Kreighbaum



M.L.S., Kent State University
B.A., Anthropology and Religious Studies, Cleveland State University

Research interests

Information Poverty
Information Behavior
Community Needs Analysis
Service Quality

Scholarly and professional activities

ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) Information Ethics SIG
Coordinator, Oregon Library Association SRRT (2011-2013)

Selected Publications and Presentations

Kreighbaum, T. (2012, January). Building shared meaning for effective service: Community information needs analysis and Bohm’s dialogue. Works in Progress poster presentation at the ALISE Annual Conference.

Kreighbaum, T. (2013). Functional requirements for bibliographic data: An introduction and literature review. The Idaho Librarian, 63(2).

Kreighbaum, T. (2012). What is the future of the reference librarian? Looking to Bourdieu for answers.