John Ganly


JOHN GANLY is Assistant Director for Collections, Science, Industry and Business Library, New York Public Library (1993-present).

SLA Member Since: 1970

Past employment: Chief, Economics Division, New York Public Library (1984-92); Librarian, New York Public Library (1970-83); Purchasing Agent, Philips International (1966-70).

Education: Master of Arts, Political Science, New School for Social Research (1974);

MLS, Pratt Institute (1970); Bachelor of Business Administration, Baruch College (1969).

SLA Division Activities: Business and Finance Division: Chair (1997); Fundraiser (1998- present); Roundtable Coordinator (1993); Member (1970- present); Advertising and Marketing Division: Member (1970-present).

Other Professional Activities: Adjunct Professor, Rutgers University, School of Library and Information Science (1976-present); Adjunct Professor, Palmer School of Library Science (1998); Adjunct Professor, Columbia University School of Library Science (1982-86).

Awards and Honors: American Library Association, Gale Award for Excellence in Business Librarianship (1998); Special Libraries Association, President's Award (1993); Special Libraries Association, Disclosure Technology Award (1992); Member Beta Gamma Sigma, Business Honors Society.

Publications: Data Sources for Business and Market Analysis, 1983 and revision 1993 Scarecrow Press (LJ Business Books of the year); Small Business Sourcebook, Gale Research, 1983 (American Libraries Outstanding Reference Sources); Serials for Libraries, Neal- Schuman. 1985; CIRR Corporate and industry Research Reports Index, 1983.

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