Steve Cramer

I’m the business librarian at UNC Greensboro, beginning here in April 2001 and awarded tenure in 2007. I came to UNCG from Duke University, where I was the Digital Services Librarian and business specialist in Perkins Library. Before that, I was a librarian at Davenport College (now University) of Business in Holland, Michigan. I co-teach MKT 426: International Marketing (the “Export Odyssey” export promotions class) and ENT 300: Feasibility Analysis. I am a 2013-2014 Coleman Fellow for Entrepreneurship Education and will be teaching ENT 530: Researching Opportunities in Entrepreneurship & Economic Development in Spring 2014. I earned a BA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from the University of Michigan in 1991, and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1994. I’m co-founder of Business Librarianship in North Carolina (BLINC), a member of ALA’s BRASS, and a Carolina Consortium negotiator.

There are 5 included publications by Steve Cramer :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Enhancing Governmentally Sponsored Export Promotions Through Better Segmentation of the Market of a State's Manufacturing Concerns 2009 415 This article presents methodology for identifying product categories that, if they were made the subjects of a specified state's export promotions, would hold promise for satisfying relevant needs of members of three key “stakeholder” groups regardin...
Final Report of the Liaison Collections Responsibilities Task Force 2012 87 This is a report from UNCG University Libraries’ Liaison Collection Responsibilities Task Force on the liaison organizational model and collection development.
Great Expectations: New Organizational Models for Overworked Liaisons Based on the UNCG Libraries Liaison Collections Responsibilities Task Force 2012 209 Liaisons (subject specialists) keep getting busier. Research instruction, embedding in classes, outreach, collection development, weeding, assessing teaching and collections, promoting scholarly communication issues, and creating online learning ob...
Relationships and Ethics of Co-Teaching Research Intensive Classes 2013 85 This chapter explores aspects of librarians co-teaching research-intensive undergraduate classes. An opening review of the rather limited literature on embedded librarians in research-intensive classes will lead into a description of such work with t...
UNCG University Libraries' Support of High Impact Practices. 2013 221 This report addresses the University Libraries’ significant role in participating in the high impact initiatives identified by the AAC&U’s LEAP Report and adopted by UNCG in its Strategic Plan 2009-14. These practices are proven to positively impact ...