Photograph of Michael EisenbergDean, University of Washington, Information School.

For many years, Dr. Eisenberg worked as Professor of Information Studies at Syracuse University and as founding Director of the Information Institute of Syracuse (Included the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology, AskERIC, and GEM - - Gateway to Education Materials).

Mike and his co-author Bob Berkowitz created the Big6 approach to information literacy and he has worked with thousands of students-pre-K through higher education-as well as people in business, government, and communities to improve their information and technology skills. Mike has written numerous books and articles on aspects of information science, librarianship, library media work, and information technology.

Co-moderator with Peter Milbury of LM_NET (List-serv)

Online Articles / Documents:
Berkowitz, Robert E. and Eisenberg, Michael B. Curriculum Roles and Responsibilities of Library Media Specialists. (Copy of ERIC Digest article)

Chief Information Officer (Interview of Mike Eisenberg) from NW Regional Regional Educational Laboratory, Oct. 2003.

Serim, Ferdi. No Child Left Behind – The Implications for Educators (Interview of Mike Eisenberg). Multimedia Schools, Sept. 2002.

Recent Publication
Eisenberg, M.B., Lowe, C.A., and Spitzer, K.L. Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age (2nd ed), Libraries Unlimited, 2004. ISBN: 1591581435.

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