Dr. Hall's major teaching interests are academic library service, library administration, organization of materials, technical processes and social aspects of information systems. Major research interests are academic library management information systems and their relation to the management decision-making process, academic library services and use, collective bargaining, cooperation among libraries, and the application of simulation and gaming techniques to library education. Professional experience has been in the areas of public and technical services in academic libraries.
Academic library service, library administration, organization of materials
- PhD, Library Science, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, 1972
- Advanced MS, Library Science, the Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, 1971
- Workshops and short courses on academic libraries, library management, automation and technical services, 1966
- MS, Librarianship, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1966
- BA, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1965
- "Library Service and the Open University," John B. Hall and Dorothy Bendix, issue editors. Drexel Library Quarterly ll (April 1975).
- "AACR2: A Selected, Annotated, Bibliography," John B. Hall and Jane Kelley. Chicago: ALA Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979.
- "Mediated Bibliographic Instruction," John B. Hall and Dennis Leeper, issue editors. Drexel Library Quarterly 16 (1980).