As the Biology Librarian in the Robin Li and Melissa Ma Science Library, I assist members of the Stanford community in finding and using information in the life sciences. I also offer workshops in using databases and other sources to find journal articles and other digital and printed information in biology. I select journals, books, media, and other information resources in the life sciences for Stanford's collections and I welcome suggestions for purchase.
|CHEM 181 (CHEMENG 181, CHEMENG 281)||Fall 2017||Biochemistry||Cegelski, L.|
|BIO 46||Winter 2017||Introduction to research in ecology and evolutionary biology||Jessica Coyle|
|BIO 2N||Spring 2017||Ecology and evolution of infectious disease in a changing world||Erin Mordecai|
|BIO 199W||Winter 2018||Senior Honors Thesis: How to Effectively Write about Scientific Research||Sally Kim|
- MLS, University of Oklahoma
- MA, Botany, University of California, Berkeley
- BS, Botany, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
I am an active member of the Medical Library Association and its Molecular Biology and Genomics Special Interest Group.
Newman, Michael L.; Sack, John. Information workflow of academic researchers in the evolving information environment: an interview study. Learned Publishing, Volume 26, Number 2, April 2013 , pp. 123-131(9). http://alpsp.publisher.ingentaconnect.com/content/alpsp/lp/2013/00000026/00000002/art00009;jsessionid=sjd08ab2c5s7.alice
Newman M. “Information workflow of academic researchers in the changing technological environment: an interview study.” Contributed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Medical Library Association, Minneapolis, May 2011.
Newman M. Collections strategies for electronic books. Information Outlook 2010 Jun; 14 (4): 10-12.
Newman M. “HighWire Press 2009 Librarian eBook Survey." Survey results analysis by Michael Newman, foreword by Anh Bui. Stanford, California: HighWire Press, 2010. http://highwire.stanford.edu/PR/HighWireEBookSurvey2010.pdf
Osborne NJ, Newman ML, Payne D. Journal editorial policies, animal welfare, and the 3Rs. American Journal of Bioethics 2009 Dec; 9 (12): 55-59.