Jane Quigley is the Head of the National Museum of Natural History, comprising eleven specialized collections including the John Wesley Powell Library of Anthropology and the Botany & Horticulture Library, and the Museum Support Center Library. She joined the Smithsonian Libraries & Archives after more than twenty-one years in various roles at the Dartmouth College Library in Hanover, New Hampshire, where she started in late 2001 as a physical sciences librarian covering first chemistry and later earth sciences. From there she went on to hold a variety of roles at Dartmouth - from Head of the Physical Sciences Library, to Interim Director of the Biomedical Libraries, and finally Head of Research & Learning for STEM, Business, and Economics. Areas of special focus for Jane include assessment and program planning, developments in scientific publishing and communication, and outreach.
Quigley, J. (2014). Open GeoSci - An Open Discovery Tool from GeoScienceWorld. GSIS Newsletter, (Number 261), 6–8.
Quigley, J. (2012). Subject Searches. In Chemical Information Sources. Retrieved from http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Chemical_Information_Sources/Subject_Searches Revised and updated this chapter as part of a collaborative project by chemistry information professionals.
Quigley, J., Fliss, S., & Knauff, B. (2007). Libraries in the course management systems learning environment. In Teaching with Technology: An Academic Librarian's Guide. Oxford, U.K. : Chandos Publishing.
Quigley, J., Peck, D.R., Rutter, S., & Williams, E.M. (2002). Making choices: factors in the selection of information resources among science faculty at the University of Michigan. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Number 34, Spring 2002. http://www.istl.org/02-spring/refereed.html
“Gear Up! - Promoting Resources & Services.” Co-presented at Internet Librarian, October 2015.
"Integrating Scholarly Communication Issues into Student Education." Panelist, December 2013.
“Focus Groups with Faculty – Bringing Their Perspectives to Our Practice.” Presented at Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries October Conference, October 2007.