- Associate Librarian
- M.L.S. Library Science
- University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, United States
- Reed College, Portland, Oregon, United States
- University of California, Davis, Davis, California (1994 - 1999)
- Lois Olsrud Faculty Excellence Award
- University of Arizona Libraries, Spring 2017
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- Martin, J., & Wallace, N. A. (2017). Curriculum-Driven Acquisitions: The University of Arizona Libraries’ Evolving Role in Campus Materials Support. In Affordable Course Materials: Electronic Textbooks and Open Educational Resources. ALA Editions.
- Martin, J. R., Elliott, C. M., Kramer, S. S., & Martin, J. (2016). Commercialization of University Intellectual Property: A Role for Academic Librarians. Information Outlook, 20(4).
- Martin, D. J., Kamada, H., & Feeney, M. E. (2013). A Systematic Plan for Managing Physical Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries. Collection Management.
- Martin, J. (2019, January 9). Librarians Support Technology Commercialization: The Business Intelligence Unit at the University of Arizona. 22nd Annual Atmospheric Science Librarians International Conference. Phoenix, AZ: American Meteorological Assocation.
- Martin, J. (2018, September). Interdisciplinary Librarian Expertise in Support of Technology Commercialization. Road Trip Symposium, Route 66 Chapter of the Special Libraries Association. Greer, AZ: Route 66 Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.More infoThe Business Intelligence Unit (BIU) at the University of Arizona Libraries is a team of subject specialist librarians who provide a wide range of research support for the University’s technology commercialization arm, Tech Launch Arizona. This presentation will describe the BIU’s ever-evolving processes around these projects and how we have raised the library’s profile on campus by providing these services. We will also describe how we assess the impact of our work, strive for continuous improvement, and discuss the practical aspects of balancing this time-sensitive workload with our other commitments.
- Martin, J., & Wallace, N. A. (2015, November 16, 2015). The Library's Role in Providing Ebook Access to Required Course Materials. Ebooks in Libraries: An Update. Webinar: Amigos Library Services.More infoOnline conference consisted of 16 sessions relating to Ebooks and academic libraries.
- Situ, P., & Martin, J. (2014, November). Library Research Award: A Great Strategy to Make Connections with Students, Faculty, Donors and More. 2014 Arizona Library Association/Mountain Plains Library Association Annual Conference. Scottsdale, AZ: Arizona Library Association/Mountain Plains Library Association.
- Martin, D. J., & Elliott, C. M. (2013, June). A New Approach to Needs Assessment and Communication to Connect and Collaborate with Faculty. Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting. San Diego CA: Special Libraries Association.
- Pfander, J. L., Martin, D. J., & Chapman, K. A. (2008, April). New Traditions and Transitions: A Web Portal to Discover, Create and Exchange Knowledge of the Sonoran Desert.. 11th Biennial USAIN Conference, Wooster, OH, April 29, 2008.
- Martin, J., & Wallace, N. A. (2015, June). Quantifying the Benefits of Providing Electronic Access to Required Course Materials. Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. Boston, MA.
- Martin, J., Situ, P., & Andrade, R. (2012). The Evolution of the Information Resources Management: UA Libraries' Experiences with Doing More with Less.. Living the Future 8 – Inspiring Change in Challenging Times. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Libraries.