Art Rhyno

Systems Librarian, University of Windsor

Jon Udell's Interviews With Innovators
50 minutes, 23.2mb, recorded 2007-04-24

Art Rhyno is a systems librarian at the University of Windsor, in Ontario, Canada. He's a self-proclaimed library geek with a passion for innovative ways to make library information systems more useful. In this conversation Jon Udell and Rhyno discuss the themes that emerged from the recent code4lib conference. They also talk about Rhyno's ongoing interest in making connections between systems that live on the desktop and systems that live in the cloud.

Rhyno and his wife are also the owners of the Essex Free Press, a weekly community newspaper that's been published since 1896. They reflect on the mission of local newspapers, and on how emerging Internet technologies can support and extend that mission.

Art Rhyno is a Systems Librarian at the Leddy Library at the University of Windsor and holds an adjunct appointment at the Queen Elizabeth II Library at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He has given dozens of talks, written one book and several chapters, as well some articles, and also did some work on Nova Scotia genealogy.

Hw is married to a librarian, lawyer, and newspaper editor, and they have three children. Rhyno is keenly interested in solving the problems of information retrieval and digital libraries.


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