Dr. Linda R. Most  Portrait

Dr. Linda R. Most

Associate Professor

  • Ph. D in Library and Information Studies
    Florida State University
  • MA in History
    Florida Atlantic University
  • MSLIS in Library Studies
    Florida State University
  • BA in English
    Goucher College

Teaching Interests

Foundations of Library and Information Science

Management of Libraries and Information Centers

Information Sources and Services

Public Libraries

Capstone course 

Research Interests

Library in the life of the user

Public libraries and library users

LIS Education

Selected Publications

Most, L. R., Kazmer, M. M., Marty, P. F. (2013). Intangible factors influencing the successful completion of graduate LIS coursework by non-traditional students: A case of two IMLS-funded scholarship projects. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science [JELIS], 54(13), 205-219. 

Most, L. R. (2011). The rural public library as place: A theoretical analysis. Advances in Library Administration and Organization, 30, 51-150. 

Most, L. R. (2011). Hands on from a distance: Using community-embedded learning theory to contextualize an online course assignment. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science [JELIS], 52(4), 295-304.