Name Hugh A. Blackmer I. INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES A. Provide a list of formal courses taught, with enrollment in parentheses. Winter Term Biology 182 (70) [5 lectures] Religion 473 (9) [3 lectures] Spring Term Psych 395 (18) Fall Term EAS 190 (9) B. Describe Independent Study, Theses, or R. E. Lee Research supervised (include students' names and the title of project undertaken). Outside Reader for Matthew Jackson's Honors thesis (English) C. Indicate any guest lectures given in classes taught by colleagues. Ham Smith's Journalism 203 Darcy Russell's Biology 280 David Harbor's Geology 195 Tom Urbach's Philosophy 102 Tom Urbach's Philosophy 312 Kary Smout's English 101 Nancy Margand's Psych 265 Mary Ann Simurda's Biology 210 David Parker's History 332 David Parker's History 133 David Parker's History 330 Malcolm Crystal's History 395 (all of the above were concerned with information access resources in particular disciplines) D. Call attention to new or substantially modified course taught. Psych 395 (with Tyler Lorig) E. Discuss any curricular changes you helped instigate in your department. proposed and carried out development of W&L's World Wide Web homepage and Campus Information System Check if you are a freshman adviser. Check if you are a major adviser. G. Note any additional contributions you made to the teaching program which believe to have been of value to your students or your colleagues (E.g., arranging outside speaker's appearance, conferences, or other special events; proposing a course for the University Scholars' Program or an inter- disciplinary seminar for upperclassmen, etc.) Creation and maintenance of W&L Gopher and WWW Home Page and Campus Information System Internet Workshops for W&L faculty, June and August Coordination of Information Access portion of Freshman Orientation H. Cite any activity in which you have engaged in the past year in the interest of improved teaching (e.g., attended a summer seminar, prepared teaching materials for a new course, etc.) Teaching materials (study guides, bibliographies, resource guides) for English 301, Latin American Studies, East Asian Studies, Biology and Psychology on the Campus Information System. I. List any articles to textbooks you have completed (or have substantially in final form) that are related to your subject. J. Note participation in summer teaching programs either at W&L or elsewhere. Library Orientation for two Summer Scholars groups K. Note participation in visiting professorships or leave of absence during the academic year. II. RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP A. List all books, monographs, articles and book reviews published or accepted for publication in the past calendar year (but note point I. above for instructional materials). Include as relevant all musical compositions, art exhibits, and dramatic presentations. Review of Hunger Web in College and Research Libraries News B. List all research projects funded by W&L sources or from outside agencies. List as well proposals written and submitted which were unsuccessful. C. Note all professional meetings attended. Indicate any papers or panel presentations in which you were involved. Also indicate the source of funding you received (if any) to assist in defraying the expense of attendance. Computers in Libraries (Crystal City); presentation on W&L electronic access with John Doyle) Virginia Library Association, Library Instruction and Microcomputer Interest Forum meeting (U. Richmond); presentation on "Gophers and Beyond in Library Instruction at W&L" workshop on Chemical Abstracts at American Chemical Society meetings, Washington DC D. List by title all papers and talks given to university audiences both at W&L and elsewhere. Also indicate source of funding received to assist in defraying the costs of travel (if any). E. Note any talks given in your field to lay audiences. Give the dates and the nature of the audiences. Parents' Weekend electronic access demonstration F. Give a general description of your scholarly "work in progress" with some indication of the results you anticipate in the near future (use an additional sheet if necessary). My scholarly work is most generally in the area of facilitating electronic access for faculty and students, and takes the form of systematic searching of the constantly expanding resource base of the Internet, combined with teaching skills in searching and text- creation. In the last 8 months I have concentrated on the World Wide Web, and since October I have worked extensively with image resources. The 'output format' of this work is the Campus Information System (http://liberty.uc.wlu.edu); I am intending to give a presentation of this work at EDUCOM in October 1995. Teaching in courses with members of the Biology and Psychology departments has also led me to extensive reading in these disciplines. III. HONORS, AWARDS, AND PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION Note any recognition conferred upon you by peers outside Washington and Lee (e.g., selection as a Fellow of the Virginia Academy of Science, election to office in a relevant professional organization, etc.). IV. UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES A. List all departmental, school, or University committees on which you have served. Joint Libraries-University Computing Committee B. List all community agencies or organizations in which you provided service (E.g., state-wide committees or agencies, Lexington organizations). C. Note any assignment you have assumed in giving counsel to students individually or to student organizations (e.g., fraternity adviser, adviser to Outing Club, etc.). D. List other activities you have participated in as service to W&L (e.g., panel discussion for high school couselors, faculty discussion club, etc.). V. PROFESSIONAL CONSULTATION Note consulting activities which you have undertaken. (These should include reading manuscripts, and editorial assistance, as well as consultations with businesses, academic institutions, or professional orgranizations.