Chris is the Head of Academic Engagement and the liaison to the MFA Department as well as the School of Professional Development (SPD). He can help you with all your research & reference questions, or refer you to other experts.
Holliday, D., & Kretz, C. (2010). Oakdale. Portsmouth, NH: Arcadia Publishing.
Kretz, C., & Blydenburgh, W. (2018). No budget, no barriers: How academic branch libraries can make Twitter work. In J. Joe & E. Knight (Eds.), Social media for communication and instruction in academic libraries (pp.258-284). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Kretz, C. (2007). Podcasting in libraries. In Nancy Courtney (Ed.), Library 2.0 and Beyond: Innovative Technologies and Tomorrow’s User. Columbus, OH: Libraries Unlimited.
Kretz, C. (2017). What can libraries learn from the future of public media? Urban Library Journal, 23 (2), 1-10.
Pope Robbins, L., Esposito, L., Kretz, C., & Aloi, M. (2007). What a user wants: Redesigning a library’s web site based on a card-sort analysis. Journal of Web Librarianship, 1(4), 3–27.
Aloi, M., Esposito, L., Gotsch, J., Holliday, D. & Kretz, C. (2007). Technology of displays: Using technical services skills to enhance library displays. Technical Services Quarterly, 24(4), 15–27.
Kretz, C. & Seger, B. (2016, October). Whose Library Is It, Anyway? Long Island School Library Systems 3rd Regional Institute. Hauppauge, NY.
Kretz, C. (2015, June 16). Confessions of a Library Podcaster. LILRC Annual Meeting, Farmingdale, NY.
Kretz, C. (2013, June 5). The South Shore Gold Coast. Emma S. Clark Memorial Library, Setauket, NY.
Kretz, C. (2012, May 12). The South Shore Gilded Age. Comsewogue Public Library, Comsewogue, NY.
Kretz, C. (producer, co-host). The Long Island History Project. (Fall 2014 – present).
Retrieved from http://longislandhistoryproject.org
Kretz, C. (producer). In the Stacks. (July 2016 - present). Half Hollow Hills Community Library. Retrieved from http://inthestackspodcast.wordpress.com
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