Martin K. Wallace
Martin Wallace is the Maker Literacies and Engineering Liaison Librarian at the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries. He holds an MLIS from The University of North Texas and an MS in Information Systems from The University of Maine. He has been a liaison to various academic departments in engineering and the sciences for over ten years. He specializes in patent information and information literacy. In his role as Maker Literacies Librarian at UTA, he is investigating ways to incorporate makerspaces into the undergraduate curriculum. Martin has earlier publications archived on the DigitalCommons@UMaine.
Collections in this community
Expanding the Intellectual Property Knowledge Base at University Libraries: Collaborating with Patent and Trademark Resource Centers (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2018-03-21)Patent and Trademark Resource Centers are located in libraries throughout the U.S., with 43 being in academic libraries. With the importance of incorporating a knowledge of intellectual property (IP) and patent research ...
Making Maker Literacies: Integrating Academic Library Makerspaces into the Undergraduate Curriculum (The Higher Education Makerspaces Initiatives (HEMI), 2017-09-26)
(Central Library, The University of Texas at Arlington Library, 2017-01-14)Report on UTA Libraries Mini-Grant to fund survey incentive prizes of ten (10) $50.00 MakerShed gift cards to random respondents of the 2016 Makerspace Survey. This mini grant will allow the UTA Library Maker Literacy Task ...