- Cataloging and Classification
- Human Information Behavior
Trent Hill is a Senior Lecturer for the iSchool. He teaches courses in knowledge organization, thesaurus construction, human information behavior, and instructional design. His published research is on the history and concept of “genre” in music as well as its relationship to classification systems. Additionally, he directs the iSchool’s Denmark Exploration Seminar program.
- MLIS, University of Washington, 2002
- Ph D, American Literature, Duke University, 1994
- MA, Duke University, 1988
- BA, Duke University, 1985
- FASTER grant for course development, 2016
Publications and Contributions
Conference PaperWhat does music mood mean for real users? (2012)Proceedings of the iConference 2012, Page 112-119
Rip Van Winkle's Library of 2510
Internet Librarian, Information Today - Monterey, CA
Domain analysis in the thesaurus construction process
Working group for the Transportation Research Thesaurus, Special Library Association - Seattle, WA
Using the ARCS model in a higher-education setting.
Devry University - Federal Way, WA