Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION:

M.P.A. • Montana State University – Bozeman • Public Administration • 2008

M.S.L.S. • University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill • Library and Information Science • 1994

B.A.• University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill • Political Science and English • 1992

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION:

Higher Education Resource Services Bryn Mawr Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration • 2007

EXPERIENCE:

Montana State University – Bozeman, Montana                                                   2001-present

  • Administrative Director, Data Infrastructure & Scholarly Communication (September 2015-present)
  • Head of Collection Development, The Library, Rank: Associate Professor (May 2008-present)
  • Assistant Director for Systems, The Libraries (2005-2008)
  • Systems Analyst, The Libraries (2001-2005)

University of Wyoming – Laramie, Wyoming                                                          2000-2001

  • Head of Systems, The Libraries (2000-2001)

Rice University – Houston, Texas                                                                            1996-2000

  • Director of GIS (Geographic Information Systems)/Data Center, Fondren Library (1998-2000)
  • Multimedia Projects/Data Librarian, Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning, Information Technology Services (1996-1998)

University of Illinois at Chicago – Chicago, Illinois                                               1994-1996

  • Systems Coordinator and Resident Librarian, University Library (1995-1996)
  • Reference and Resident Librarian, University Library (1994-1995)

Graduate and Undergraduate Assistantships                                                       1989-1994

  • Library Assistant, Kenan Library, St. Mary’s School, Raleigh, NC (1993-1994)
  • Graduate Student Assistant, Davis Library Reference and Government Documents, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC (1992-1994)
  • Student Assistant, Davis Library Business and Social Science Reference/Government Documents, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC (1989-1992)

Courses Taught

  • LSCI 491 – Contemporary Approaches to Community Building Using Social Media, fall 2016
  • PSCI 557 – Public Budgeting/Finance (master-level graduate), spring 2010, spring 2012, spring 2014
  • LIBR 121 (Hybrid in-person/online) – Library Research Skills, fall 2012
  • LIBR 121 (Online only) – Library Research Skills, summer 2011

RESEARCH & CREATIVE ACTIVITY:

Articles:  

*peer reviewed

*Ostergaard, Kirsten and Doralyn Rossmann. There’s Work to be Done: Exploring Library-Vendor Relations. Technical Services Quarterly. 34(1): 13-33. 2017.

*Mannheimer, Sara, Scott W.H. Young, and Doralyn Rossmann. Improving Services—At What Cost? Examining the Ethics of Twitter Research at the Montana State University Library. Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society. October 2016

*Mannheimer, Sara, Scott W.H. Young, and Doralyn Rossmann. On The Ethics of Social Network Research in Libraries. Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society. 14(2): 139-151. 2016.

*Rossmann, Doralyn and Scott W.H. Young. Social Media Optimization: Making Library Content Shareable and EngagingLibrary Hi Tech. 33(4): 526-544. November 2015.

Rossmann, Doralyn and Kenning Arlitsch. From Acquisitions to Access: The Changing Nature of Library Budgeting. Journal of Library Administration. 55(5): 394-404. July 2015.

Pennington, Buddy and Doralyn Rossmann. Report on the ALCTS Continuing Resources Section College and Research Libraries Interest Group Meeting. American Library Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, June 2014. Technical Services Quarterly. 32(3): 325-327. July 2015.

Rossmann, Doralyn and Scott W.H. Young. Using Social Media to Build Community. Computers in Libraries. 35(4): 18-22. May 2015. [invited]

*Young, Scott W.H. and Doralyn Rossmann. Building Library Community Through Social Media. Information Technology and Libraries. 34(1): 20-37. March 2015.

Young, Scott W. H., Angela Tate, Doralyn Rossmann, Mary Anne Hansen. The Social Media Toll Road: The Promise and Peril of Facebook Advertising. College & Research Libraries News. 75(8): 427-434. September 2014.

Arlitsch, Kenning, Patrick Obrien, Jason Clark, Scott W.H. Young, Doralyn Rossmann. Demonstrating Library Value at Network Scale: Leveraging the Semantic Web with New Knowledge Work. The Journal of Library Administration. 54(5): 413-425. August 2014.

Pennington, Buddy and Doralyn Rossmann. Technical Services Report: Supporting the New Ecosystem of Publishing at Teachers College. A Report of the ALCTS Continuing Resources Section College and Research Libraries Interest Group Meeting. American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Philadelphia, January 2014. Technical Services Quarterly. 31(4): 388-391. 2014.

*Rossmann, Doralyn. An Assessment of the Relationships Between Resource Development Decisions, Library Collection Usage, and User Perceptions. The Serials Librarian. 65(2):202-212, August 2013.

*Rossmann, Doralyn, Brian Rossmann, Kelly Meadow, Scott W.H. Young, and Greg Notess. Did We Get What We Paid For? An Institutional Assessment of User Behavior, User Expectations, and System Performance of Web Scale Discovery Tools. In Proceedings of the 2012 Library Assessment Conference Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment (469-482). Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, February 2013.

Rossmann, Doralyn, Jennifer Castaldo, Christine Korytnyk Dulaney, Tom Klingler, and Laura Wrubel. Experiences from the Field: Choosing a Discovery Tool for YOUR Unique Library. In Something’s Gotta Give: Charleston Conference Proceedings, 2011, eds Beth R. Bernhardt, Leah H. Hinds, Katina P. Strauch. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, October 2012.

*Rossmann, Doralyn and Elizabeth A. Shanahan. Participation-Based Budgeting: Defining and Achieving Normative Democratic Values in Participatory Budgeting Processes. Public Administration Review, 72(1):56-66, January/February 2012.

*Rossmann, Doralyn, Amy Foster, and Elizabeth P. Babbitt. E-Book MARC Records: Do They Make the Mark? Serials. 22(3) supplement: s46-s50, November 2009.

*Rossmann, Brian W. and Doralyn Rossmann. Communication with Library Systems Support Personnel: Models for SuccessLibrary Philosophy and Practice. 7(2), Spring 2005.

Rossmann, Doralyn, Jackie DeLong and Ann Snowman. E-Reserves Using Unicorn and Webcat/iLink. Proceedings of the 2005 Sirsi Superconference. February 2005.

Rossmann, Doralyn and Leah Bartlett. Adding a Library to an Existing Unicorn System: Processes, Policies, and Practices. Proceedings of the 2004 Sirsi SuperConference. April 2004.

Rossmann, Doralyn. 20 Tips for Becoming More Computer Savvy: Or, How to Think like a Systems Librarian. PNLA Quarterly. 68(1): 21-22, Fall 2003.

Rossmann, Doralyn. Web World (Contributor). Bozeman Daily Chronicle and other Montana newspapers. January 2002 – 2004. 8 Columns contributed.

Edwards, Doralyn. The CD-ROM Documentation Project. DttP (Documents to the People), 29(2): 7, 2001.

Edwards, Doralyn. Internet Reviews (Contributor). College & Research Libraries News. 1998 – 2000.

Edwards, Doralyn. Evaluating Internet Search Tools: A Librarian’s Guide. Texas Library Journal. Winter 1997: 170-172.

Edwards, Doralyn. The IDIOM Project (Contributor). Chadwyck-Healy, Publisher. 1995, 1996.

Book Chapters & Theses:

*peer reviewed

*Young, Scott W.H. and Doralyn Rossmann (eds). Using Social Media to Build Library Communities: A LITA Guide. Chicago, IL, American Library Association, in production, forthcoming mid-2017. [book]

Rossmann, Doralyn and Scott W.H. Young. Social Media Optimization: Principles for Building and Engaging CommunityChicago, IL: American Library Association, 2016. [book]

*Babbitt, Elizabeth P., Amy Foster, and Doralyn Rossmann. “Implementation of Resource Discovery: Lessons Learned.” In Planning and Implementing Resource Discovery Tools in Academic Libraries, eds Diane Dallis and Mary Popp. 598-607. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2012. [book chapter]

*Curtis, Sharon K., Doralyn Rossmann, and Molly C. A. Anderson. “Value-Based Return on Investment in the Entrepreneurial Disposition of Library Materials.” In The Entrepreneurial Librarian, eds. Mary Beth Lock, Mary G. Scanlon, and Mary Krautter. 167-182. Jefferson: NC: McFarland & Company, 2012. [book chapter]

*Rossmann, Doralyn. “Understanding Organizational Culture and Group Dynamics: Reframing the Normative Orientation of the Role of Information Professionals within Organizations.” In Recruitment, Development, and Retention of Information Professionals: Trends in Human Resources and Knowledge Management, eds. Elisabeth Pankl, Danielle Theiss-White, and Mary Bushing. 206-217. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2010. [book chapter]

Rossmann, Doralyn. Participation-Based Budgeting: Reframing Approaches to Public Finances to Address Normative Democratic Values of Openness and Inclusiveness. Unpublished professional paper, Montana State University, 2008. [professional paper]

*Edwards, Doralyn and Joan B. Fiscella “Collection Development.” In Managing Business Collections in Libraries, ed. Carolyn Sheehy. 161-190. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. [book chapter]

Edwards, Doralyn. The User Information Needs of MBA Students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler School of Business. Unpublished professional paper, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994. [professional paper]

Presentations:

*peer reviewed

*Optimizing E-Resources for Search Engines, Social Media Networks, & Teaching: Being in the Right Places at the Right Times (April 2017). Co-presented with Hannah McKelvey at the Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas.

The OpenSESMO Project: Making Non-Traditional Library Collections Discoverable in Search Engines with Social Media Metadata and Linked Data (November 2016). Co-presented with Jason A. Clark at the DLF (Digital Library Federation) Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

From Practice to Pedagogy: Building a Student-Centered Social Media Community (November 2016). Co-presented with Scott W.H. Young at the International Conference on Learning, Teaching, and Student Success, Bozeman, Montana.

Open SESMO (Search Engine & Social Media Optimization): Innovations in Surfacing Paid Content to Today’s Learners (April 2016). Co-presented with Jason A. Clark at the Coalition for Networked Information Spring meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

E-Resources & Social Media: How to Optimize, Promote, Connect, and Assess (April 2016). Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas. [invited].

*Relatively Speaking: Fostering Productive Library-Vendor Communications (April 2016). Co-presented with Kirsten Ostergaard and Tim Strawn at the Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas.

*Putting Your Mouth Where Your Money Is: Talking About Digital Library Budgeting (October 2015). DLF (Digital Library Federation) Forum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Moving from Marketing to Relationship Building: Taking the Sales out of Your Wind. (October 2015). Seattle Library Workshop: Taylor & Francis, Seattle, Washington. [invited].

Novel Methods for Evaluating Social Media Community Building in Libraries. (May 2015). Co-authored with Scott W.H. Young, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML) International Conference, Paris, France.

*Un-Marketing E-Resources: Moving from Hard Selling to Relationship Building. (Feburary 2015). Co-presented with Kirsten Ostergaard, Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas.

*Accessibility in E-Resource Acquisitions. (February 2015). Co-presented with Kirsten Ostergaard, Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin,Texas.

*Share and Share Alike: Applying Social Media Optimization (SMO) to Enhance Web Content and Connect with Users. (November 2014). Co-presented with Scott Young at the LITA Annual Forum, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Building Library Community through Social Media. (September 2014). Webinar for ACRL/CHOICE co-presented with Scott Young. [invited]

Assessing an Academic Library’s Social Media Program. (June 2014). Poster session for the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Assessment in Action, American Library Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Transforming Community with a Strategic Social Media Program. (April 2014). Co-presented with Scott Young at the Coalition for Networked Information Spring meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

*Understanding Social Media and the Library User Experience: Be Interesting, Be Interested (March 2014). Co-presented with Gretchen Rings, Tara Wood, and Mike Cobb at the Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas.

Social Media with a Strategy: Connecting with Library Users (January 2014). Co-presented with Mary Anne Hansen, Angela Tate, and Scott Young for the Library Information Technology Association. American Library Association Midwinter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

*Online Community Building in an Academic Context: A University Library Case Study (September 2013). Co-presented with Scott Young. Social Media & Society Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Get Connected! How to Create a Media Strategy. (August 2013 and May 2014). Webinar co-presented with Mary Anne Hansen, Angela Tate, and Scott Young. American Library Association, Library Information Technology Association.

Collection Development & Management (June 2013). Tribal College Librarians Institute, Bozeman, MT [invited].

*Workplace Values: Establishing a Common Language for Optimal Staffing Workflow (March 2013). Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

*Freeing Funds for Flexibility: Proactive Deselection of Library Subscriptions (March 2013). Co-presented with Nathan Hosburgh at the Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

*Implementing a Web Scale Discovery Tool in an Academic Library (January 2013). American Library Association, Association for Library Collections & Technical Services Collection and Research Libraries Interest Group program, American Library Association Midwinter Conference, Seattle, WA.

*Did We Get What We Paid For? An Institutional Assessment of User Behavior, User Expectations, and System Performance of Web Scale Discovery Tools (October 2012) Co-presented with Brian Rossmann at the Association for Research Libraries’ Library Assessment Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

*A Quantitative Assessment of the Dynamic Interaction between Library Collection Usage and Resource Development Decisions (May 2012). Co-presented with Brian Rossmann at the 4th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML2012), Limerick, Ireland.

A Penny Spent is a Penny Saved (April 2012). Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

Using Prezi to Bring Pop to Your Presentation (February 2012). Co-presented with Elizabeth Babbitt at the Offline Montana Conference, Bozeman, Montana. [invited]

*Experiences from the Field: Choosing a Discovery Tool for YOUR Unique Library (November 2011). Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition, Charleston, South Carolina.

Data and Tools for Collection Assessment: Using Serials Solutions to Identify Core Journals at Montana State University (September 2011). Co-presented with Elizabeth Babbitt in webinar presentation hosted by Serials Solutions. [invited].

*Budgeting in Context: Understanding Your Institution’s Resource Allocation Process and How to Present Your Library’s Requirements (March 2011). Workshop at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 15th National Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

*The Mathematics of Web‐Scale Discovery: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division in Your Organization (March 2011). Co-presented with Amy Foster and Elizabeth Babbitt at the Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

*ROI – Why Oh Why? How to Use Return on Investment Data to Tell Your Library’s Story (February 2011). Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

Using E-Book Statistics to Inform the Acquisition and Weeding of Print and E-Books (June 2010). American Library Association, Association for Library Collections & Technical Services E-Resources Interest Group program, American Library Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Let’s Talk About. . . Space!: Leading an Organization Wide Targeted Strategic Planning Discussion (April 2010). Co-presented with Amy Foster, Eric Austin, Josh Andrews, and Shari Curtis at the Montana Library Association Annual Conference, Bozeman, Montana.

*E-Book MARCeting: How do Your E-Books Look? (February 2010). Co-presented with Amy Foster and Elizabeth Babbitt at the Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) Conference, Austin, Texas.

*LEAP (Leadership, Education, Ability, Potential) to New Heights – How Your Organization Can Inspire Your Employees to Take the Next Jump in Their Careers (March 2009). Poster Session at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 14th National Conference, Seattle, Washington.

*Participation-Based Budgeting: Addressing Normative Democratic Values in Public Budgeting Processes (March 2009). Co-presented with Elizabeth Shanahan at the Western Political Science Association Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

*Representation, Practiced Refusal, and Contingent Knowledge: Mary Parker Follett and the Voice of the Marginalized Other (May 2008). PAT-Net (Public Administration Theory Network) Conference, Richmond, Virginia.

Guest Speaker, Montana State University Research Methods in Public Administration Course on the topic of Interviewing and Transcribing Techniques. (January 2008, January 2009, February 2010, February 2011, January 2013). [invited]

*Ethical Considerations for Public Administrators in the Provision of Government Information Access (May 2007). PAT-Net (Public Administration Theory Network) Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Implementing Authority Control: A System Administrator’s Perspective (February 2006). Sirsi SuperConference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Talking the Techie Talk: Strategies for Becoming more Tech-Savvy in the Library (June 2005). Co-presented with Brian Rossmann at the Tribal College Librarians Professional Development Institute, Bozeman, Montana. [invited]

Geek Speak: How to Effectively Communicate with Your Library Systems Support Staff (April 2005). Co-presented with Brian Rossmann at the Montana Library Association Conference, Billings, Montana.

E-Reserves Using Unicorn and Webcat/iLink (February 2005). Co-presented with and Jackie DeLong and Ann Snowman at the Sirsi SuperConference, St. Louis, Missouri.

*Talking With Techies: Communication Tips from a Systems Librarian and a Reference Librarian (October 2004). Co-presented with Brian Rossmann at the Mountain Plains Library Association (MPLA)/Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) Joint Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Adding a Library to an Existing Unicorn System: Processes, Policies, and Practices (April 2004). Co-presented with Leah Bartlett at the Sirsi SuperConference, St. Louis, Missouri.

*20 Tips for Becoming More Computer Savvy: Or, How to Think like a Systems Librarian (August 2003). Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) Annual Conference, Boise, Idaho.

Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) (October 2002). Montana Library Association Academic and Special Libraries Division/Public Library Division Fall 2002 Retreat, Pray, Montana.

Creating Web Cat User’s Guides (May 2002). Panel presentation with Anna Teller and Jan Zauha at the Unicorn Users Group International (Sirsi) 2002, Huntsville, Alabama.

Making your OPAC more user-friendly: Providing effective online help and documentation (April 2002). ). Co-presented with Jan Zauha at the Montana Library Association, Great Falls, Montana.

*Meeting User Needs Via a Wireless LAN. (March 2001) Poster Session at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 10th National Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Mapping Out New Solutions: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (April 2000). Preconference at the Texas Library Association Annual Meeting, Houston Texas.

Using Landview III (March 1999). HANDI (Houston Area Network of Documents Librarians) March meeting, Houston, Texas.

*A Correlational Study of Teacher Education and the Impact on the Student Research Activities on the Internet (March 1999). Co-presented with Nanda Kirkpatrick and Siva Kumari at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) 99 Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

*Internet Research: Teaching Teachers (March 1999). Poster session at the Mathematics/Science Education and Technology (M/SET) 99 International Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Surf Smart: Internet Searching Strategies (February 1998). Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) State Conference, Austin, Texas.

Surfing Smart: Internet Searching Strategies (November 1998). Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Area IV Fall Conference, Conroe, Texas.

*Navigating the Universe of Web Information in the Multimedia Classroom (April 1997). The Universe at Your Fingertips: Continuing Web Education conference, University of California, Santa Barbara.

State and Local Internet Resources for Business and Industry (July 1996). American Library Association, Business Reference and Social Sciences, Business Reference in Academic Libraries committee program, American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Guest Speaker, College of DuPage Library Technical Assistant program on the Internet (October 1995). Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

GRANTS, HONORS, AWARDS, PRESS:

Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success research team member for Montana State University Library in the study of social media and student persistence. Sponsored by a grant from the Institution of Museum and Library Services to the American Library Association’s Association of College and Research Libraries (2013-2014).

Montana State University Faculty Development Award to attend the International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Conference (May 2012)

Interviewed for article “MSU recycles microfiche, saving several tons of materials from the dump” for MSU News Service/Bozeman Daily Chronicle, December 19, 2011.

Interviewed for article “Accessing a library’s e-books” in Special Library Association’s Information Outlook 14(4): 13-17 (June 2010).

Montana State University Faculty Short-Term Professional Development Leave Grant awarded to attend the Center on Intellectual Property Symposium: “Hybrid ©: Sustaining Culture in Copyright” and the American Library Association Conference (June 2010).

NSF EPSCoR Faculty Development Program Grant awarded to attend the Western Political Science Association Conference and present the paper: “Participation-Based Budgeting: Addressing Normative Democratic Values in Public Budgeting Processes” (January 2009).

MPA Merit Award for Student of the Year, Montana State University, as voted by the faculty of Political Science (2008).

Montana Library Association Professional Travel Grant (2002).

Lola Homsher Endowment, Wyoming State Historical Society (April 2001). For research on the history of railroads and Yellowstone National Park.

One of the twenty in “Looking Ahead: 20 in Their 20s,” American Libraries, October 1998. Page 43.

Beta Phi Mu, Epsilon Chapter (initiated 1995), an international library and information science honor society.

Carnegie Grant (1994). For second-year School of Information and Library Science Students at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill for research pertaining to master’s thesis.

SERVICE:

Current Montana State University:

  • Center for Faculty Excellence Advisory Committee, 2011-
  • Developing Excellence in Academic Leadership (DEAL) co-founder and Advisory Committee Chair, 2008-
  • Move-in day volunteer, 2016
  • Masters Graduate Committee for Tanya Glaspell, Public Administration, expected May 2017
  • Masters Graduate Committee for Kurt Angersbach, Public Administration, expected December 2017 
  • Masters Graduate Committee for Chris Sage, Public Administration, expected December 2017

Current Library:

  • Electronic Resources & Discovery Services Librarian Search Committee, 2016- 
  • Semantic Web Group, 2014-
  • Library Spaces & Technology Renovation Committee, 2014-
  • Acoustic Atlas Project Team, 2013-
  • Executive Team, 2012-
  • Scholarly Communication Group, 2012-
  • Social Media Group, 2012-
  • Twitter Community Facilitator, 2012-
  • Library Review Committee, 2016-2017

Current Library Profession:

  • Digital Library Federation (DLF)
    • Program Planning Committee, 2016
    • Session moderator (2 sessions), 2016
    • Ambassador Program 2015-
  • Altmetric Ambassador, 2015-
  • American Library Association (ALA), 1992-
    • Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), 1992-
    • Library Information Technology Association, 2014-
  • Network Advisory Task Force, Montana State Library, 2012-
  • Springer North America Library Advisory Board, 2014-
  • TRAILS (Treasure State Academic Information & Academic Services) Collection Development Team, 2016-
    • Co-chair, 2016-
  • Montana Academic Libraries Alma Acquisitions Lead, 2016

Current Society:

  • Journal of Public Affairs Education, reviewer of articles in areas of librarianship and information technology, 2010- (completed three reviews in 2010, one in 2011, one in 2012, two in 2014)
  • The Serials Librarian, reviewer of articles in the areas of e-resources and serials management, 2017 (completed one review in 2017)

Previous University:

  • Montana State University
    • Faculty Senate, Library Representative, 2010-2016
      • Faculty Senate Steering Committee, 2010-2016
      • UPdate Budget Process Committee, 2014-2016
      • Performance Based Funding Working Group, 2010-2011
      • Budget Council, Faculty Senate Representative,2010-2016
        • Budget Council Campus Funding Model Task Force, 2011-2012
        • Budget Council Steering Task Force, 2010-2011
      • MSU President’s Year of Engaged Leadership Committee, 2011-2016
    • Responsible Conduct of Research Training, MSU Office of Sponsored Programs (Invited presenter), February and April 2013
    • Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom, Online, and in Publishing Are You an INFRINGER? MSU Teaching & Learning Committee Workshop (Invited presenter), 2011
    • Conversations with Professors, faculty participant for incoming MSU first-year students, 2011
    • Undergraduate Studies Committee, Library Representative, 2008-2010
    • Executive Director of University Communications Search Committee, 2010-2011
    • MSU President’s Budget Working Group, 2010
    • Doctoral Graduate Representative for Sean Brannon, Physics, 2015
    • Doctoral Graduate Representative for Andrew Aebly, Chemistry, 2015
    • Doctoral Graduate Representative for Thomas Dell, Higher Education Administration, 2013
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Cara Sabo, Public Administration, May 2014
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Robin Geiske, Public Administration, May 2014
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Kelly Green, Public Administration, 2013
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Lisa Hammer, Public Administration, 2013
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Elle Winchester, Public Administration, 2013
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Hannah Stauts, Public Administration, 2013
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Stephanie Adams, Public Administration, 2012
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Stephanie Schmitz, Public Administration, 2012
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Rebecca Belou, Public Administration, 2012
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Julie Johnson, Public Administration, 2012
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Erica Aytes, Public Administration, 2011
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Liz Dellwo, Public Administration, 2011
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Jayme Kreitinger, Public Administration, 2011
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Catherine Clark, Public Administration, 2011
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Brenda Truman, Public Administration, 2010
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Sarah Lutiger, Public Administration, 2010
    • Masters Graduate Committee for Bryan Wilson, Public Administration, 2010
    • University Planning, Budget, & Analysis Committee (UPBAC), 2006-2008
    • Shared Governance:
      • Professional Council (elected), 2004-2008
      • University Governance Council, 2004-2008
      • Professional Council Chair (elected),   2005-2006
      • Professional Council Chair-Elect (elected), 2004-2005
      • University Governance Council Steering Committee, 2004-2007
    • Move-in day volunteer, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
    • MSU HERS Participant Selection Committee, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013
    • Dean of Students Search Committee, 2007
    • Employee Recognition Awards Nominations Committee, 2007
    • Advisor, Alpha Phi Omega co-ed service fraternity, Eta Zeta chapter, 2007-2009
    • Service Providers (Information Technology) Group, 2001-2008

Previous Library:

  • Montana State University Library
    • Library Review Committee (Chair), 2015-2016
    • Library Faculty Advisory Committee, 2014-2015
    • User Experience Group, 2011-2015
    • Electronic Resources and Discovery Services Librarian Search Committee (Chair), 2014
    • 2014 Montana Academic Libraries Symposium Planning Group (Chair), 2013-2014
    • Stacks Reduction Task Force (Chair), 2013-2014
    • Technical Services Group, 2002-2013
    • Summon/CatSearch Assessment Working Group (Chair), 2012-2013
    • Scholarly Communication Librarian Search Committee (Chair), 2013
    • 2013 Montana Academic Libraries Symposium Planning Group, 2012-2013
    • Management Group and Team Leaders Group, (2008-2012, reconfigured into Executive Team)
    • Leadership, Education, Ability, Potential (LEAP) (Chair January 2007- August 2010), 2007-2012
    • Electronic Resources Librarian Search Committee (Chair), 2011-2012
    • 2012 Montana Academic Libraries Symposium Local Arrangements Committee, 2011-2012
    • Assessment Working Group, 2010-2011
    • Creative Arts Library (CAL) Transition Group (Chair), 2010-2011
    • Montana Academic Libraries Symposium Planning Committee, 2009
    • Electronic Resources Librarian Search Committee (Chair), 2008
    • Web Design Support Group, 2006-2008
    • Digital Initiatives Librarian Search Committee, 2005
    • E-Reserves Task Force, 2004-2005
    • LibQual Task Force, 2003-2005
    • Hormay Archivist Search Committee, 2003
    • E-Journal Workgroup, 2002-2003
    • Associate Dean Search Committee, 2002
    • Web Interest Group, 2001-2005
    • E-Journal Finder Ad Hoc Committee, 2001
  • University of Wyoming Libraries
    • Department Heads Council, 2000-2001
    • Automation Planning Group (Chair), 2000-2001
    • Digitization Committee, 2000-2001
    • Access Committee, 2000-2001
    • Web Advisory Group, 2000-2001
  • Rice University Libraries and Information Technology
    • GIS Users Group (Founder and Chair), 1998-2000
    • Librarians’ Assembly Executive Committee, 1997-1999, (Chair, 1997-1998)
    • Information Technology Social Sciences User Services Team, 1996-2000
    • Digital Resources Steering Committee, 1996-2000
    • Collection Development Coordinator Search Committee, 1999
    • Fondren/IT Lecture Series Planning Committee, 1996-1998
    • Web Week Planning Committee, 1997
  • University of Illinois at Chicago Libraries
    • Internet Training Team, 1994-1996
    • Referral Team (TQM-based) (Chair), 1995-1996
    • Integrated Library Information Systems Advisory Committee, 1995-1996

Previous Library Profession:

  • Montana State Library OCLC Cost Share Formula Task Force, 2013
  • American Library Association (ALA)
    • Committee on Research and Statistics, 2001-2003
    • Research and Statistics Assembly, 2001-2003
    • Library Information Technology Association (LITA)
      • Legislation and Regulation Committee, 2002-2006
      • Endeavor Student Writing Award Committee, 2006-2007
    • Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
      • ACRL National Conference Contributed Papers Committee, 2009-2011
      • Moderator, ACRL National Conference Paper Presentation Panel, 2011
      • College Library Section CLIP Notes Committee, 1995-2001
      • Instruction Section Emerging Technologies Committee, 1997-1999
      • Instruction Section Planning Committee, 1995-1997
    • Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS), 2012-2014
      • ALCTS Continuing Resources Section College & Research Libraries Interest Group (Vice Chair 2012-2013, Chair 2013-2014)
    • Government Documents Round Table (GODORT)
      • Government Information Technology Committee, 1998-2001, Chair, 1999-2001
      • Membership Committee, 2002-2005
      • Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)
    • Business Reference and Social Sciences (BRASS)
      • Business Reference in Academic Libraries Committee, 1995-1998
  • Sirsi Unicorn Users’ Group International (UUGI)
    • American Library Association Liaison, 2004-2006
    • Program Co-Chair (elected), 2003-2004
    • Nominating Committee, 2002-2003
  • Montana Library Association, 2001-2010
    • MLA Conference AV/Technology Committee (Chair), 2010
    • MLA Conference Equipment Committee, 2004
    • Academic and Special Libraries Division/Public Library Division Conference Planning Committee Co-Chair, 2002
  • Houston Area Network of Documents Librarians (HANDI), 1996-2000
  • Chicago Academic and Public Business Librarians, 1994-1996
  • Special Libraries Association, 1993-1996

Previous Society:

  • Public Transit Stakeholders Board (for City/County Bus System), Gallatin County, Montana, Four Corners Citizen Representative, 2006-2007
  • Heart of the Valley Humane Society volunteer for systems/database maintenance, Bozeman, Montana, 2004-2005

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

DLF (Digital Library Federation) Forum, November 2016, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Coalition for Networked Information, April 2016, San Antonio, Texas.

Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, February 2010, February 2011, March 2012, March 2013, March 2014, February 2015, April 2016.

DLF (Digital Library Federation) Forum, October 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, May 2015, Paris, France.

LITA National Forum, November 2014, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Designing Libraries Conference, University of Calgary, October 2014, Calgary, AB, Canada.

Access Conference, University of Calgary, October 2014, Calgary, AB, Canada.

NEH Grant Writing Workshop, February 2014, Las Vegas, Nevada.

American Library Association Annual Conference, July 1994, July 1995, July 1996, June 1997, July 1998, July 1999, July 2000, June 2001, June 2002, June 2003, June 2004, June 2005, June 2010, June 2013, January 2014, July 2014.

Coalition for Networked Information, April 2014, St. Louis, Missouri.

Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, February 2010, February 2011, March 2012, March 2013, March 2014, February 2015, April 2016.

Library Assessment Conference, October 2012, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, May 2012, Limerick, Ireland.

ARE YOU READY? Scenario Planning & Collaboration Among Heritage Institutions to Improve Disaster Preparedness for Collections, WESTPAS Workshop, May 2012, Missoula, Montana.

Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition, November 2011, Charleston, South Carolina.

Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 15th National Conference, March 2011, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Association of Governing Boards “Strategic Finance” Workshop at Montana State University, December 2010, Bozeman, Montana.

Center on Intellectual Property Symposium: “Hybrid ©: Sustaining Culture in Copyright” June 2010, Washington, D.C.

MSU Advance Network: “Cultures of Leadership” Workshop, May 2010, Bozeman, Montana.

Montana Library Association Conference, April 2002, April 2004, April 2005, April 2007, April 2010.

MSU Advance Network: Leadership Workshop on Leading Regardless of Position, October 2009, Bozeman, Montana.

MSU Advance Network: “Science and the Public Interest” Workshop, May 2009, Bozeman, Montana.

MSU Teaching & Learning Faculty Workshop: “The Library of the 21st Century,” March, 2009, Bozeman, Montana.

Western Political Science Association Conference, March 2009, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 14th National Conference, March 2009, Seattle, Washington.

Protecting Cultural Collections: Prevention, Preparedness, Response & Recovery, WESTPAS Workshop, October 2008, Bozeman, Montana.

MSU Advance Network: “Science and Place” Workshop, May 2008, Bozeman, Montana.

PAT-Net (Public Administration Theory Network) Conference, May 2008 and May 2007.

Sirsi SuperConference, March 2003, April 2004, St. Louis, Missouri; February 2005, February 2006, Nashville, Tennessee; February 2007, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 12th National Conference, March 2005, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Mountain Plains Library Association Annual Conference, October 2004, Denver, Colorado

Pacific Northwest Library Association Annual Conference, August 2003, Boise, Idaho.

EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, October 2002, Atlanta, Georgia.

Unicorn Users’ Group International Conference (Sirsi), April 2002, Huntsville, Alabama.

Montana Library Association Academic and Special Libraries Division retreat, October 2001, October 2002, Pray, Montana.

Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 10th National Conference, March 2001, Denver, Colorado.

3rd Annual Colorado Digitization Project Leadership Seminar: Digital Divide: Meeting Needs Through Digitization, December 2000, Westminster, Colorado.

Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) Annual Conference, July 1998, July 1999, San Diego, California.

International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology (IASSIST) Annual Conference, May 1998, New Haven, Connecticut.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

ARE YOU READY? Scenario Planning & Collaboration Among Heritage Institutions to Improve Disaster Preparedness for Collections, Western States and Territories Preservation Assistance Service (WESTPAS). June 2012, Missoula, Montana.

Fair Use Trends, preconference seminar at the Center on Intellectual Property Symposium: “Hybrid ©: Sustaining Culture in Copyright” June 2010, Washington, D.C.

Protecting Cultural Collections: Prevention, Preparedness, Response & Recovery, Western States and Territories Preservation Assistance Service (WESTPAS). May 2010, Bozeman, Montana.

Perl for Processing Unicorn Data: An UUGI Preconference, February 2007, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Database Systems course, Montana State University Computer Science Department, spring 2004, Bozeman, Montana.

API (Application Programming Interface) Certification, Sirsi Corporation, March 2003, St. Louis, Missouri.

Basic and Advanced Unix System Administration Training for Sirsi’s Unicorn system software, April 2002, Huntsville, Alabama

Supervisor Development Series, spring 2001, University of Wyoming, Human Resources Training and Development.

Web Site Accessibility: Saving the Internet one page at a time, November 2000, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming. Covered information on making Internet resources accessible for persons with disabilities.

ArcView (Geographic Information Systems software) Certification, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), July 1998, San Diego, California.

Association for Research Libraries: Electronic Publishing of Data Sets on the World Wide Web, March 1997, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Demystifying Documents: Finding Federal Government Information, preconference workshop at American Library Association Annual Conference, July 1996.

Team Building: Total Quality Management Team Certification Series, fall 1995, University of Illinois at Chicago, Total Quality Management Training Group.

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