Colin Steele Colin Steele i(A20799 works by) (a.k.a. Colin Robert Steele)
Also writes as: C. Steele
Gender: Male
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Colin Steele received an MA from Liverpool University and a Grad. Dip. Lib. from University College, London. At the Australian National University (ANU), he held the positions of University Librarian (1980-2002) and Director, Scholarly Information Strategies (2002-2003). he was later made an Emeritus Fellow at ANU. Steele's career also saw him employed as a science fiction and fantasy reviewer for the Canberra Times(1981-) and for Sirius (1993-1997). He was the Chair of the Australian National Word Festival from 1983 to 1987 and Convener of the Canberra Times /ANU Literary Lunches from 1987. He has also been a boardmember for a number international journals, including The Electronic Library and The Journal of Librarianship and Information Science.

In addition to his career as a librarian, Steele is the author/editor of a number of books, notably English Interpreters of the Iberian New World (1976) and Changes in Scholarly Communication Patterns (1993) co-written with D. J. Mulvaney (1993). He has also had more than 300 articles and reviews publsihed..


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