Robin Hartman M.A., M.L.I.S.

Director of Library Services; Associate Professor

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  • M.L.I.S., San Jose State University
  • M.A., Instructional Technology, East Tennessee State University
  • B.A., Social Sciences/Social Work, Hope International University


  • Single Subject Credential, Social Sciences, California State University, Fullerton


  • Beta Phi Mu, Library and Information Science Honor Society
  • Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education
  • Restoration Serials Index Editorial Board
  • Hope International University Academic Committee
  • American Library Association
  • American Theological Library Association
  • Southern California Theological Library Association
  • Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC) Board of Directors


  • Integration of Faith and Learning
  • Restoration Movement
  • Instructional Technology



  • “Maintaining Service While Sheltering in Place.” 2021. Panel Presentation. Atla Annual Conference.
  • “Weeding and Renovating While Working from Home.” 2021. Lighting Talk. SCELC Colloquium.
  • “Obsolete eBooks: Is It Already Time to Consider Weeding eBook Collections?” 2016. Poster Session. American Theological Library Association Annual Conference.
  • “George P. Taubman: A Restoration Movement Influence in Long Beach, California.” 2016. Stone Campbell Denominational Group Meeting. American Theological Library Association Annual Conference. 
  • “Successful Transition for New Staff.” 2015. Co-presenter with Katy Lines and Jennifer Rich. WorldShare Management Services User Group Meeting. 
  • “The View from the Director’s Chair: Metamorphosis, Three Tales of Change.” 2013. Panel with Debra Quast and Karen Schneider. Association of Christian Librarians Annual Conference. 
  • “Library Services in the Cloud.” 2012. Poster Session with Lindsey Sinnott. American Theological Library Association Annual Conference.  
  • "Adopting OCLC WorldShare Management Services: Perspectives from Different Positions in Libraries" (Reprise of American Library Association presentation.)Co-presenter. OCLC Webinar. July 2012.
  • "Library Services in the Cloud". Poster Session with Lindsey Sinnott. American Theological Library Association. Annual Conference. Scottsdale, AZ, July 2012.
  • "Adopting OCLC WorldShare Management Services: Perspectives from Different Positions in Libraries." Co-presenter. American Library Association. Annual Conference, June 2012.
  • "Using WMS to Provide Services to a Remote Campus". Co-presenter with Lindsey Sinnott and Nicole McDermott. WorldShare Management Services UGM, Los Angeles, CA. May 2012.
  • "The Power of Cooperation at Web-scale: OCLC and Academic Libraries." Co-presenter. OCLC Webinar. November, 2011.
  • Web Services: Libraries in the Cloud. Co-presenter. Internet Librarian. Monterey, CA, October 2011.
  • "Empowering Your Staff to Do Their Own Access Reports (So You Can Do Your Job)." Presenter. EndUser, 2005.
  • "Overcoming Fear of Implementing Customer-Authored Tools at Your Library." Panel Coordinator. EndUser (Endeavor Users Group Meeting), 2004.
  • Outlook. Staff Training. December 2003.
  • Voyager Reports. Library Staff Training. August 2003.
  • Get Smart: Unix System Administration For Those Who Play System Administrators on TV. Presenter. EndUser (Endeavor Users Group Meeting), 2003.
  • An Anatomy of a WebVoyáge: For Beginners. Co-presenter with Nell Yang, Systems Librarian at Santa Ana College. Voyager Users Group Meeting, 2002.
  • "Thriving on Chaos" and other books in my backlog. Presenter. Voyager Users Group Meeting, 2002.
  • Learning Styles. 1998. Co-presenter with Terri Bogan. Day of Common Learning, Pacific Christian College.
  • The InterNOT: What the Internet is Not. 1995. Presentation to the faculty of Pacific Christian College at the annual fall retreat and initial meeting.
  • Instructional Technology and Pedagogy. 1994. Presentation to the faculty regarding the use of instructional technology in the classroom.


I collect international nativity sets, enjoy cooking, entertaining interesting ideas, and learning about how the organization and communication of information shapes society.


“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”
Proverbs 27:17