Collection Management & Discovery Svcs. Librarian, Libraries
Office: Andrews Library 141
- B.A., The College of Wooster, 1990
Senior Independent Study Thesis: The Crowded Walk: The Real Forces Behind the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955-1956
- M.L.S., Kent State University, 1994
My responsibilities in The College of Wooster Libraries include managing the Collection Management and Discovery Services department (acquisitions, cataloging, electronic resources, serials, and preservation) as well as overseeing the Libraries' Federal Depository Library collection. I also provide bibliographic instruction and reference service, including individual consultations, for patrons including undergraduate students, faculty, and staff. I serve as the Libraries' representative on the Five Colleges of Ohio government documents and cataloging subcommittees.
Among my activities are a presentation at the 2008 Federal Depository Library Conference titled "Getting Our Docs in a Row: The CONSORT Colleges Consolidate Four Collections", a presentation at the 2001 Federal Depository Library Conference titled "Important Legal Resources (Yes, even in your non-law library)", a Continuing Legal Education session titled " An Introduction to the World Wide Web for Lawyers," a presentation at the Academic Library Association of Ohio (ALAO) titled " Webifying the Classroom Experience," and an article titled "The Federal Register on the Web: Purdue's World Wide Web Site" (The Internet Connection: Your Guide to Government Resources, Vol. 1, No. 10, Nov/Dec 1995).
Librarian Liaison Departments/Areas
- Asian Studies
- Government Publications
- Office of Information Technology
- Urban Studies