Frans Jozef Albarillo
Location: 141 Library
Frans Jozef Albarillo is the bibliographer for Business and Sociology.[ BACK TO FACULTY PROFILES ]
Location: 141 Library
Frans Jozef Albarillo is the bibliographer for Business and Sociology.
MLISc, University of Hawai'i at Manoa - 2009 (Library and Information Science)
M.A., University of Hawai'i at Manoa - 2007 (Linguistics)
B.A., Portland State University - 2002 (Applied Linguistics)
B.A., Portland State University - 2002 (French)
Business librarianship, language, culture and librarianship.
"Web-Based Language Technologies." Library Services for Multicultural Patrons to Encourage Library Use. Eds. Carol Smallwood and Kim Becnel. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press. (Books and Publications: Forthcoming Publications) 2012
"Cultural Rights and Language Rights in Libraries." Beyond Article 19: Libraries and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights. Eds. Julie Biando and Stephan P. Edwards. Duluth, Minn.: Library Juice Press. (Books and Publications: Abstract) 2011
American Library Association REACH21 scholarship, Spectrum Leadership Institute. (Grants and Fellowships) 2009
Business Reference and Services Section Gale Cengage Learning Travel Award, for my work with the Office of Internships and Career Develop at the Shidler College of Business. (Awards and Honors) 2009
Honor Society scholarship, Beta Phi Mu, Xi Chapter. (Grants and Fellowships) 2009
"Information Architecture: Redesigning the Office of Internships and Career Development Website." SLA-ASIST student chapter poster session. (Conferences, Seminars and Symposiums: Contributed Talk) 2008
Jensen, Katya and Frans Albarillo. "Organizing Principles in Language Documentation and Conservation." Selected papers from the 10th College-wide Conference for Students in Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, distributed by the National Foreign Language Resource Center, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. (Conferences, Seminars and Symposiums: Contributed Talk) 2006
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