Ergonomics Bibliography

Compiled by Emily Holmes, Assistant Director, Preservation Reformatting, Columbia University Libraries (January 2006)

Note: Entries marked with an asterisk (*) are highly recommended.

American Furniture Manufacturers Association. “Voluntary Ergonomics Guideline for the Furniture Manufacturing Industry.” Raleigh, N.C.: N.C. Dept. of Labor, 2003. Accessed January 29, 2006,

Boss, Richard W. “Ergonomics for Libraries.” Library Technology Reports 37 no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 2001).

Bridger, R. S. Introduction to Ergonomics. 2d ed. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2003. Access with subscription,

*Cornell University. Ergonomics Web. Accessed January 29, 2006,

*Dul and Weerdmeester. Ergonomics for Beginners. A Quick Reference Guide. 2d ed. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2001. Access with subscription,

Kroemer, K. H. E. and Etienne Grandjean. Office Ergonomics. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2001. Access with subscription,

Library of Congress. Workplace Ergonomics Program Coordinating Committee. Library of Congress Workplace Ergonomics Program. (Draft Document). Washington D.C.: Library of Congress Coordinating Committee, 1993. Accessed January 29, 2006,

Oborne, David, ed. Ergonomics and Human Factors. New York: New York Univ. Pr., 1995.

*Oklahoma State University. Environmental Health and Safety. “Ergonomics: Real People. Real Problems. Real Solutions.” Accessed January 29, 2006,

Pheasant, Stephen. Bodyspace: Anthropometry, Ergonomics, and the Design of Work. 2d ed. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis, 1996.Access with subscription,

Stanton, Neville and Mark S. Young. A Guide to Methodology in Ergonomics: Designing for Human Use. New York: Taylor & Francis, 1999. Access with subscription,

Usernomics. “Workplace Ergonomics.” Accessed January 29, 2006,

*University of Texas at Austin General Libraries. “Library Ergonomics. Links to Sites with Further Ergonomic Information.” Accessed January 29, 2006,

Violante, Francesco, et al. Occupational Ergonomics: Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Limb and Back. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2000. Access with subscription,