About James Herring

Dr James Herring retired from Charles Sturt University at the end of January 2012. He lives in Dunbar, Scotland. James  taught at CSU for 9 years and was previously Head of the Department of Information Management at Queen Margaret University in Scotland. James is the author of 11 books on information literacy, ICT in schools and teacher librarianship. He has presented keynote and refereed papers at conferences and conducted workshops in Australia and many other countries. James is a keen cyclist and enjoys travelling, reading modern poetry and fiction, and photography.

James Herring

James Herring

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9 Responses to “About James Herring”

  1. Caroline Chan Says:

    Dear Mr. Herring,

    Good day! I’m an overseas student of BA LIS at CSU, AU. Just clicked in to see your profile as I tried to recall if we’ve met at the the course intro or IASL meetings in 2005 or 2007. It’s amazing seeing you able to make time for a blog & share your views with us.

    As a Librarian, I really feel myself not knowing enough to maximize the performance & the could be, of my library. Anyway, I’ll push myself to learn from all the others who are willing to share with us.

    Caroline

  2. Margaret Donsbach Says:

    Librarians and library patrons may be interested in my Historical Novels website at http://www.HistoricalNovels.info, new since January 2008. It lists over 3500 historical novels organized by time and place. Almost 30 reviews are currently posted, with more on the way.

  3. Luisa Marquardt Says:

    Dear James,

    my warmest congratulations for your PhD! Well done! 🙂

    All the best.
    Luisa

  4. kim curnow Says:

    Dear Dr Herring,
    Great Blog educational and interesting!
    Thankyou for the inspiration.
    Kind regards,
    Kim Curnow

  5. Mandie Says:

    Hi, I came across your site and wasn’t able to get an email address to contact you. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back and we’ll talk about it.

    Thanks!

    Mandie Hayes
    mandie.hayes10@gmail.com

  6. Joan dyson Says:

    I was wondering if you run any courses or offer insets in schools? Or do you know anyone else who does?

  7. Frankie Says:

    Hi James, I would like to use your photo of Doon Hill for an art project. It is not for profit. Is this OK? Please email me I have put my address below.

  8. cathjevans Says:

    Dear James,
    I am currently studying ETL 501 and I am using your website criteria for assignment 1. I wanted to use ‘About James Herring’ in my introduction. Could you please direct me to where I can find the date it was published for my reference list? I look forward to revisiting your blog for assignment 2 – pathfinders.
    Hope you are enjoying the Olympics – it has been a bit disappointing down here.

    Kind regards,

    Cath Evans

  9. James Herring Says:

    Hello from James Herring. My wife Googled my name the other day and came across your travel blog. There are some interesting parallels in our lives: same name, both retired in early 2012, and both of us like to travel. I accomplished a goal to play golf in all 50 states in the USA during 2012 – – – something I wrote about in a travel blog located at http://www.golfusa2012.blogspot.com. I will be visiting Scotland this May to play golf at several of your top golf courses: Turnberry, Troon, Muirfield, Carnoustie and St. Andrews. My son set a very full schedule but it would be interesting to share a beer if you will be near any of those destinations the week of 5-10 May. Enjoy your retirement!

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