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Philip Doty

Associate Dean


(512) 471-3746
Room: UTA 5.328
Hours: Tuesdays, 1:00 - 2:00 PM and by appointment

Bio:

Philip Doty worked for 13 years for Oneida County, New York, in environmental protection, information management, regulatory compliance, and assay training. He has also worked in the ERIC Clearinghouse for Information and Educational Technology, in the Syracuse University Library system as a special assistant to the Associate Director for Collection Development, in public services at the Geology and Physics Libraries, and in special system-wide automation projects.

His particular areas of research and teaching expertise are copyright, privacy, federal information policy, information behavior, cultural and gender aspects of information technologies, history and politics of computer networks, research methods, philosophy and information studies, and digital libraries.

He has consulted and done research with organizations such as NASA, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, the U.S. General Services Administration, the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, the Museum Computer Network, the GTE/Verizon Foundation, and the Texas Office of Court Administration. He was a founding Associate Editor of the journal, Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy and co-author of The National Research and Education Network (NREN): Research and Policy Perspectives.

AT UT, he is an Associate Director of the Telecommunications and Information Policy Institute (http://www.utexas.edu/research/tipi/), a faculty affiliate of the Kilgarlin Center for Preservation of the Cultural Record (http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/kilgarlin/about.php), and a faculty affiliate of the Center for Women's and Gender Studies (http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/cwgs/).

He is serving as Graduate Advisor for the School of Information for 2005-2007.

Degrees:
B.A., 1971, English, LeMoyne College; M.L.S., 1988, Syracuse University; Ph.D., 1995, Information Transfer, Syracuse University.

Specialization(s):
Copyright, Cultural and Gender Aspects of Information, Federal Information Policy, History of Computer Networks, Information Behavior, Philosophy, Privacy, Technologies, Digital Libraries

Year Semester Course
2014 Fall INF 397C Understanding Research
2014 Spring INF 391D.12 Disciplinary Foundations For Information Studies - RESTRICTED
2013 Fall INF 388R Practicum in School Libraries
2013 Fall INF 388L Professional Experience and Project
2012 Fall INF 380E Perspectives on Information
2011 Fall INF 397C Understanding Research
2011 Spring INF 390C Copyright: Legal and Cultural Perspectives
2011 Summer Session 1 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2010 Fall INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2010 Fall INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2010 Spring INF 386G Gender, Technology, and Information
2010 Spring INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2010 Summer Session 1 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2009 Fall INF 390N.01 Federal Information Policy
2009 Fall INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2009 Spring INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2009 Spring INF 390N.02 Seminar in Information Policy
2009 Spring INF 397 Research in Information Studies
2009 Summer Session 1 INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2008 Fall INF 391D.08 Introduction to Doctoral Research and Theory I - RESTRICTED
2008 Fall INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2008 Spring INF 390N.02 Seminar in Information Policy
2008 Spring INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2008 Spring INF 385T Special Topics in Information Science
2008 Summer Session 2 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2007 Fall INF 391D.08 Introduction to Doctoral Research and Theory I - RESTRICTED
2007 Fall INF 390N.01 Federal Information Policy
2007 Summer Session 1 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2006 Fall INF 391D.08 Introduction to Doctoral Research and Theory I - RESTRICTED
2006 Fall INF 390N.01 Federal Information Policy
2006 Spring GRS 390J Gender, Technology, and Information
2006 Spring INF 390N.02 Seminar in Information Policy
2006 Summer Session 1 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2005 Fall INF 391D.08 Introduction to Doctoral Research and Theory I - RESTRICTED
2005 Spring INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2005 Spring INF 390N.02 Seminar in Information Policy
2005 Summer Session 1 INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2004 Fall INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies
2004 Fall INF 382M Government Information
2004 Spring INF 380K Internet Applications
2004 Spring INF 380K Internet Applications
2004 Spring
2003 Fall INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2003 Fall INF 390N.01 Federal Information Policy
2003 Fall INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2003 Spring INF 391D.1 Uses and Users of Information
2003 Spring INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2003 Summer Session 1 INF 382L.5 Government Information Resources
2002 Fall INF 397C Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science
2002 Fall INF 390N.1 Federal Information Policy
2002 Spring INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2002 Spring INF 397C Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science
2002 Summer Session 1 INF 382C Understanding and Serving Users
2002 Summer Session 2 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science
2001 Fall INF 390N.1 Federal Information Policy
2001 Fall INF 385L Information Networks
2001 Summer Session 1 INF 397C Introduction to Research in Library and Information Science
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