Faculty and Staff Employees

Bart Ragon, MLIS, Ed.D

Information

Areas of Interest: 
Academic Health Sciences Centers, Organizational change, Data science, and the development of support services for biomedical research libraries.
 
Education: 
Doctor of Education, University of Virginia, Higher Education, 2018
Master of Library and Information Science, University of South Carolina, 1999
Bachelor of Science History, Lander University, 1995
Harvard Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians - Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA. Sponsored by ACRL, Summer 2007. NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellow, 2009 - 2010
Medical Informatics MBL/NLM Course Fellow - Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA. Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine. Certificate, Fall Course, 2005.
 

Dissertation
Ragon, B (2018). Exploring the Relationship Between Health Sciences Libraries and the Research Lifecycle. Retrieved from Libra ETD
Repository.  https://doi.org/10.18130/V3639K49S

 

Publications 
Ragon, B. (2013).  The Political Economy of Federally Sponsored Data.  Journal of eScience Librarianship. 2(2), 34-42. 

Horne, A., Ragon, B.  & Wilson, D. (2012) An Innovative Use of Instant Messaging Technology to Support a Library's Single-Service Point.  Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 31(2), 127-139.

Ellero, N., Horne, A., Son I., Ragon, B., & Moody, D.  (2011). Maintaining and 
Enhancing a Customized Online Journal Web Service.  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 8(3), 225-233. 

Ragon, B. (2009). Designing for the Mobile Web. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 
6(4), 355–36.

Zerull, LM, Near, K, Ragon, B, Farrell, SP. (2009). Connecting congregations: technology resources 
influence parish nurse practice. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 27(3), 143-50.

Ellero, N., Looney, R., & Ragon, B. (2007). POD Principles: Producing, Organizing, and Distributing 
Podcasts in Health Sciences Libraries and Education. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 26(S1), 69-90. 

Ragon, B., & Looney, R. P. (2007). Podcasting at the University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 26(1), 17-26.

Ragon, B. (2003). Castles Made of Sand: Building Sustainable Digitized Collections Using XML. 
Computers in libraries, 23(6), 63-64.

Lord, J., & Ragon, B. (2001). Working Together To Develop Electronic Collections. Computers in libraries, 
21(5), 40-44.

Skip to main content

Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
1350 Jefferson Park Avenue, 22903
P.O. Box 800722
Charlottesville, VA 22908 (Directions)

facebook twitter instagram
© 2018 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia
Copyright & Privacy