Teague has been head of the Architecture
and Allied Arts Library, University of Oregon, since February,
2001. In addition to his role as a department chair at the
UO Libraries, he serves as subject specialist for architectural programs
associated with the university's School of Architecture and Allied Arts.
work experience includes employment at N.C. State University (Head,
Design Library, 2000),
the University of Florida (Head, Architecture
and Fine Arts Library, 1984-2000), the University of North Carolina
at Charlotte (Head, Reference Unit, 1980-84), Valdosta State University
(1978-80), and internship with the Art Library, UNC-Chapel Hill (1977-78).
was educated at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (B.F.A.
Art, M.S.L.S. Library Science) and the University of Georgia (M.A.
Art History) where his thesis explored the creative relationship between
artists Jackson Pollock and Stanley William Hayter.
works include the books World
Architecture Index (selected by Choice Magazine as
an Outstanding Academic Title, 1991), Index
to Italian Architecture , and Henry
Moore: Bibliography and Reproductions Index . He was the founding
editor of Arts Reference Services Quarterly. He has also published
several articles and numerous book reviews. His chapter, "Portrait
for the Librarian: Bibliographic Instruction for Students in Discipline,"
in Conceptual Frameworks for Bibliographic Education : Theory into
Practice (Libraries Unlimited, 1987), was the first to explore
the special needs and approaches required to instruct design students
in finding information. Ed's web publications include extensive visual
surveys of the architecture of the University of Florida (UF
Builds) and the architecture
and outdoor sculpture of the University of Oregon.
Currently, he is Visual Arts editor of Resources for College Libraries,
the online successor to Books for College Libraries.
1995, Ed served as president of the Art
Libraries Society of North America, the largest international
organization devoted to arts librarianship. He has also served
as chair of ARLIS/NA's Northwest and Southeast chapters among other
roles with that organization. A member of the American
Library Association , Ed chaired the Arts
Section of the Assocation of
College and Research Libraries in 2003. He currently serves
as vice-president of the Pacific Rim Chapter of the Society of Architectural
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