Mark Schumacher

Mark has been a reference librarian at UNCG for over 36 years, working mainly in the areas of foreign languages, art, theatre and occasionally history. He wrote over 5500 abstracts for "Historical Abstracts" and "America: History and Life" over 29 years. He also (still) loves to play Ultimate Frisbee and to support UNCG Athletics.

There are 9 included publications by Mark Schumacher :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Accuracy of reference sources: the example of Balzac. 1992 1183 The reference question concerning Balzac's birth and death dates reveals that a number of standard, respected sources contained inaccuracies and discrepancies concerning the simplest type of factual data. The lack of accuracy can cause a variety of ...
Andre-Paul-Guillaume Gide 1992 2778 Biography and bibliography of Andre-Paul-Guillaume Gide, writer, France, early 20th century.
THE CRISIS IN REFERENCE SERVICE: A VIEW FROM THE TRENCHES 1987 301 Hernon and McClure make a number of important points in the lead article of the symposium on "Library Reference Service: an Unrecognized Crisis." It is certainly true, for instance, that reference departments should be able to answer more than 55% of...
Honore De Balzac 1992 4157 Biography and bibliography of Honore De Balzac, French writer of the 19th century.
Instructing the Academic Search Service User: the Faculty Connection at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1989 368 In order to improve faculty understanding of the library-based computer searching service at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Reference Department decided to organize a series of informational workshops. Open to both faculty and gr...
Liaison Roles 2015 14 The roles of library liaisons (subject specialists assigned to academic disciplines) continue to evolve. This document describes both ongoing and new roles in order to assist with planning, evaluation, assessment, and recruitment. Best practices for ...
The “second lives” of three Amy Sacker bookplates, and a postscript 2014 53 Boston artist, illustrator and book cover designer Amy Sacker (1872-1965) created about two dozen known bookplates during her career [see http://www.amysacker.net/documents/sackerbookplates.htm ]. Two of the twelve bookplates that appeared in the 19...
Virginia Dare: our first librarian 1990 732 Satirical humor piece based on the premise that "Virginia Dare, the first English child born in North America, was among the first librarians in the American colonies, and probably the first public librarian in North Carolina."
Wassily Kandinsky 1992 5489 Biography and bibliography of Wassily Kandinsky, Russian painter of the late 19th - early 20th centuries.