Andrew Leykam is the coordinator of Interlibrary Loan. His current research is focused on Interlibrary Loan and the complex nature of exchange systems from the user perspective.

Degrees

MLS, Queens College (CUNY)

MA, Hunter College (CUNY)

BA, Hunter College (CUNY)

Scholarship / Publications

REFEREED ARTICLES

Leykam, Andrew. “Collateral Damage: Interlibrary Loan Lending Denials. ” Journal of Access Services 6.4 (2009):446-458.

Leykam, Andrew. “Exploring Interlibrary Loan Usage Patterns and Liaison Activities: the experience at a US University.” Interlending & Document Supply 36.4 (2008):218-224.

Leykam, Andrew and Catherine Perkins. "Is This the Right Tool for Our Library? A Look at E-Mail Virtual Reference Use Patterns." Reference Librarian 48.1 (2007):1-17.

Tuckel, Peter, Sharon Sassler, Richard Maisel, and Andrew   Leykam. “The Diffusion of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in Hartford, Connecticut.” Social Science History 30.2 (2006):167-196.

BOOK REVIEWS
  
Leykam, Andrew “Lay Belief in Norse Society” Forthcoming Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (June 2010).

Leykam, Andrew. "Anatomy of Denmark: archaeology and history from the Ice Age to the present." Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (April 2010).

Leykam, Andrew. "Coping with distances: producing Nordic Atlantic societies." Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 46.3 (Nov. 2008): 561-561.

Leykam, Andrew. "Grauballe Man: an Iron Age bog body revisited." Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 45.10 (June 2008):1812-1812.

Leykam, Andrew. "Myths of harmony: race and republicanism during the age of  revolution: Colombia 1795-1831." Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 45.10 (June 2008):1833-1833.