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Terri Holtze

Title: Head, Web Services
Rank: Associate Professor
Dept./Unit: Web Services, Office of
Library: University Libraries' system-wide departments
Phone: 852-4477
Fax: 852-8736
Email: Send an e-mail
Building: Ekstrom Library
Campus: Belknap
DegreeMajorSchoolGraduate Date
Master'sLibrary & Information ScienceUniv. of WI-Milwaukee1996
BAInternational StudiesUniv. of WI-Parkside1993
Job Description:
Designs, creates and maintains the library web pages in cooperation with all libraries and the Office of Library Technology and other campus units as appropriate.

Ensures effective web access to the libraries’ electronic resources. Conducts user assessments to determine web site needs, provides training for staff who work on web pages.

Reviews and evaluates emerging web technologies and coordinates the Web Management Team.

Staffs the Reference desk 4 hours per week. Participates in information literacy instruction for General Education and English classes.

Research Interests:
Web design, instruction, learning theory, assessment
Selected Publications & Presentation:
Holtze, Terri, Caroline Daniels, Rachel I. Howard, and Randy Kuehn. "Community as Resource: Crowdsourcing Transcription of Historic Newspapers" a presentation at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference (Indianapolis, Ind.) on April 11, 2013.

Howard, Rachel I., Elizabeth E. Reilly and Terri L. Holtze. “Ghost Signs of Louisville: Documenting the Past in the Present” a presentation at the Kentucky Library Association Conference (Louisville, Ky.) on September 20, 2012.

Holtze, Terri. “Communicating with Clarity: Basic Design Principles for Web Sites” presented at the Kentucky Library Association Conference in Louisville, Ky. September 30, 2011.

Holtze, Terri L. and Rachel I. Howard. “Historic maps meet Google Maps: The University of Louisville’s Kentucky Map Collection.” Microform & Imaging Review 37.4 (2009): 151-157.

Holtze, Terri L. "From Learning Objectives to Multi-Media Tutorials" in Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference, held in Oak Brook, Illinois, May 1 -3, 2008.

Holtze, Terri L., Elizabeth M. Smigielski, and Judith L. Wulff. “Frequently Noted: Approaches to analyzing qualitative research.” Presentation at ARL Library Assessment Conference. Charlottesville, VA: September 25, 2006.

Holtze, Terri L. “The Web Designer’s Guide to Color Research.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 11.1 (2006): 87-101.

Laning, Melissa and Terri Holtze. “Using Assessment Results @ Your Library.” Presentation at the Kentucky Library Association Fall Conference. Louisville, KY: September 16, 2005.

Holtze, Terri L. “Tools and Techniques for Designing a User-Centered Web Site.” Poster session at the Kentucky Library Association Fall Conference. Louisville, KY: September 15, 2005.

Holtze, Terri L. “100 Ways to Reach your Faculty.” Invited presentation at the American Library Association OLOS Preconference “Different Voices, Common Quest: Adult Literacy and Outreach in Libraries.” Atlanta, GA: June 13, 2002.

Holtze, Terri L. and Anna Marie Johnson. "Teaching in Another Dimension: Collaborating with the University Honors Program on Freshman Orientation" in First Impression, Lasting Impact: Introducing the First-Year Student to the Academic Library: Papers Presented at the Twenty-Eighth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference, held in Ypsilanti, Michigan, 19 to 20 May 2000 ed. by Julia K. Nims and Ann Andrew (Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian, 2002): 71-75.

Holtze, Terri L. and Rebecca E. Maddox. "Student Assistant Training in a Multi-Library System." Technical Services Quarterly 19.2 (2001): 27-41.

Holtze, Terri L. "Applying Learning Style Theory to Web Page Design." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 5.2 (2000): 71-80.