Dr. Ericka Patillo

Education: Doctor of Philosophy, Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Master of Science in Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Bachelor of Arts in Music History, Old Dominion University. Scholarly Interests: Organizational Behavior; Assessment; Academic Library Middle Managers.

There are 7 included publications by Dr. Ericka Patillo :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
A Content Analysis Of The Back Of The Book Indexes Of Hymnals Of The Baptist, Episcopal And Methodist Denominations In The United States 1999 9 This investigation began as a mission to determine if there were any differences among the hymnbooks of the Baptist, Methodist and Episcopal denominations in the United States of America. As a musician who has performed at various churches over the y...
Informational Professionals 2050: Educational Possibilities And Pathways -- Education Trends Panel Summary 2012 12 The opening panel of Mike Eisenberg, Bill Graves, Liz Liddy, and David Silver (moderated by Susan Nutter) addressed the impact of education trends on the future of information professions and professionals. After these four thoughtful leaders present...
The Job Itself: The Effects Of Functional Units On Work Autonomy Among Public And Academic Librarians 2009 14 Job autonomy is a topic that should be of concern to both library managers and employees because job autonomy may predict job satisfaction and retention. This article describes job autonomy among public and academic librarians using data reported by ...
"Let The Church Sing!": Music And Worship In A Black Mississippi Community, By Thérèse Smith (Review) 2005 4 As a black American born and raised in the Southeast and brought up in a Pentecostal church, I was immediately interested in Let the Church Sing!, an ethnographic study of a rural black Mississippi community, their styles of worship and music, and ho...
The Middle Manager Role In Academic Libraries 2018 14 The academic library middle manager (ALMM) role is little understood and understudied. Using Organizational Role Theory, Middle Managers’ Four Strategic Roles, and the Taxonomy of Managerial Performance Requirements as frameworks, this study was desi...
Money For The Asking: Fundraising In Music Libraries, By Peter Munstedt (Review) 2015 13 Why would the Music Library Association (MLA, in conjunction with A-R Editions) produce a volume on fundraising as a part of the Basic Manual Series, the previous topics of which included the care and binding of materials, music classification system...
What It Means To Be Out: Queer, Trans, And Gender Nonconforming Identities In Library Work 2019 12 Queer library workers face the decision of how and when to express their gender identities and sexual orientations at work. In what ways does being “out” in the library workplace impact our work? This coauthored chapter brings together the perspectiv...