Les Canterbury

Natural Sciences Librarian & Collection Development/Reference Librarian

Les Canterbury


Armacost Library #221
P: 909.748.8081
E: les_canterbury@redlands.edu

Subject Areas

Natural Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Human-Animal Studies.

Description of Research

Compiling a database of mostly scholarly work on the history of the Finns in North America.

Courses Offered at Redlands

  • Information Literacy Instruction sessions, 1990-

  • Outdoor Adventure: Pacific Northwest, Mayterm 2008

  • Outdoor Adventure: Hawaii, Mayterm 2007

  • Outdoor Adventure: Southwest and California, Mayterm 2004

  • First Year Seminar: Water in the West, Fall 2001

  • Biology 132/Chemistry 131: Scientific Information, Interim 1992-1996

Previous Teaching Experience

Information literacy instruction, University of Arizona, Main Library, 1989-1990

Professional Experience

Reference/Acquisitions Librarian, University of Arizona, Main Library, 1989-1990

Awards, Honors and Grants

  • Club Advisor of the Year, University of Redlands, 1998

  • Frank Rice Service Award, University of Redlands, 2008

Publications, Presentations and Panels

Data Structure and Web Interface Supporting Salton Sea Information Sharing, American Water Resources Association, Annual Conference on Water Resources, 2000

Salton Sea Database Program, Natural Areas Association, Annual Conference, 2000

Scientific Information: Course-Integrated Bibliographic Instruction at the University of Redlands, California Academic and Research Libraries–South, Annual Program, "Librarians and Faculty Partnering for Student Success," 1996

Students Teaching Students, Southern California Electronic Libraries Consortium, Annual Meeting, "Training the Trainers," 1996

Multi-Disciplinary Collection Analysis: Women's Studies at the University of Arizona, American Library Association, Annual Conference, 1990

Les Canterbury is an Advisor for the Men's and Women's Ultimate teams.

He also serves as the Faculty Athletic Representative for the Bulldogs.