Name Title Department Office Contact Start Date About

Systems Librarian 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4329 05/15/2012 As a member of the Discovery and Access Services team, Lauren provides support for FindText, OneSearch, EZproxy, our interlibrary loan software ILLiad, and co-leads efforts to maintain and improve the library website.

Manager 208 Hesburgh Library 574-631-5233 01/01/2017 As the Manager for the Enterpise Systems Unit for the Hesburgh Libraries, Ian creates goals and priorities for a highly productive enterprise systems unit, including coordinating work assignments, development and implementation of unit policies and procedures, performance assessment, and coaching and mentoring. Ian also directs interdepartmental teams in the design, development, and implementation of highly available and robust enterprise and data management systems. ### Management - Supervise, develop and mentor all System Administrators and Application Administrators. - Collaboratively establish goals with direct reports, coach as needed, and evaluate performance. - Provide advice and direction on professional development and skill advancement in alignment with library strategies and goals. ### Leadership and Collaboration - Develop and maintain a program of proactive system administration, including but not limited to a system of updates, patches and fixes, system enhancements, log monitoring, and system hardening. - Collaborate with other technical units in the Libraries (application developers and managers) and the University (central IT). - Lead the provisioning and maintenance of a highly available and robust technical infrastructure (servers, networking, and storage) for the Libraries. - In collaboration with the University Office of Information Technology (OIT), lead the Libraries' implementation of infrastructure in the cloud to serve the needs of disparate stakeholders. - Serve as liaison between Hesburgh Libraries' Information Technology Program and the Information Security and Compliance team from the University OIT. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Linux systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. - Creation and maintenance of security measures in local and cloud environments. - Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. ---------- Ian holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Speech Communication and a Master's of Business Administration, both from Indiana University at South Bend.

Library Assistant II 150K Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4563 09/02/1999 Sharon is a member of **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence,* the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. With quality patron service being our goal, Sharon coordinates the Document Delivery service to provide speedy and accurate delivery of all Document Delivery material. Sharon also coordinates the hiring and training of student workers to assist with Document Delivery/Stacks Management activities. . Please contact Sharon if you have questions or need assistance with any Document Delivery request.

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Peace Studies 201D-1 Hesburgh LIBRARY (574) 631-6656 03/20/1978 Archer is the subject librarian for Peace Studies, Global Affairs and Political Science and serves as liaison to the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Keough School of Global Affairs. He offers in-class presentations, prepares web guides, and consults with students, faculty, fellows and administrators to enhance their access to library and other information sources for their research, professional practice and course work. He has served eight terms on the Library Faculty's Committee on Appointments and Promotions, coordinates the informal the General Social Science Fund expenditure group and serves as map and atlas coordinator. He is past chair of the Faculty Senate, has served three terms on the Academic Council including a term on its Executive Committee and two terms on the Academic and Faculty Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees. Professionally he is past Chair of the American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Committee, trustee of the Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) and Councilor at Large of ALA's governing Council. He is currently a trustee of the Leroy C. Merritt Humanitarian Fund. He is past chair of the American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Round Table and the Indiana Library Federation's Intellectual Freedom Committee, and past co-chair of the Peace and Justice Studies Association. This spring he was named to the Roll of Honor of the FTRF for 40 years of of leadership in advocating for intellectual freedom. Archer has an AB in Religion from Duke University (1968), an MDiv from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School (1972) and an MSL from Western Michigan University (1981). He and his wife, Alice, are ordained ministers in the Church of the Brethren, one of the historic Peace Churches (Mennonites, Quakers/Friends. and Brethren).

Instruction and Reference Services... 150B Hesburgh Library 11/20/2018

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Head 149 Fitzpatrick Hall (574) 631-5070 07/01/2015

IT Systems Analyst 208 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8738 03/18/2015

Head 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4035 08/17/1992 As Systems Librarian, Aaron manages some of the core library management, discovery and delivery applications for the Hesburgh Libraries and the Michiana Academic Library Consortium. ### Discovery System - Configure and maintain [OneSearch][1] and the [ND Catalog][2], using the Primo Discovery System (from Ex Libris). - Load records from the library management system and other internal and external sources. ### Library Management System - Configure and maintain the Aleph 500 Integrated Library System, which is used for acquisitions, cataloging and circulation of library materials. - Support integration of the management system with the discovery system, interlibrary loan and other related systems. ---------- MLS, Indiana University; A.B., Philosophy, Harvard University [1]: http://onesearch.library.nd.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=NDU [2]: http://onesearch.library.nd.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=NDU&tab=nd_campus

Library Assistant III 402N Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7620 07/29/1998 Paula is a member of the **monographic receipt & discovery team** within the **Resource Description & Discovery Services Unit**. The team is responsible for receiving and ensuring discoverability of incoming material for our library collections. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. Paula provides original cataloging for ETDs in science and engineering. She also contributes name authority records to the LC/NACO authority file and submits literary author call number proposals to the Library of Congress.

Library Assistant III 402AD Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1014 08/22/1988 As a member of the **Serials, Holdings & Discovery Quality team**, Shelly's primary responsibility is the processing of government documents in all formats. This includes receiving, cataloging, shelving, and maintenance of the government documents collection in Hesburgh Libraries. Shelly also contributes to general catalog maintenance and the ongoing work to support the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex.

Supervisor 161B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6188 04/10/1995

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Curator 414 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1763 08/01/2007 Tracy Bergstrom is the director of the Specialized Collection Services Program within the Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame. As such, she oversees Rare Books and Special Collections, University Archives, Preservation, and Digital Production. She is also the curator of the Zahm Dante and early Italian imprints collection at Notre Dame and is especially interested in the print history of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Tracy is a graduate of Smith College and Yale University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Italian Studies and Art History, a Master of Arts degree in Archaeological Studies, and a Master of Library Science degree.

Library Assistant I 150F Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4563 02/03/1986 Debbie is a member of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program.** Focusing on *Service Excellence,* the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Debbie pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material.

Annex Coordinator Library Annex +1 574 631 8923 06/01/2018 Tim is a member of the **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research, and User Services Program**. Focusing on Service Excellence, the team at the Hesburgh Libraries Annex is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Hesburgh Libraries Annex team is facilitating access for the Notre Dame community with materials located in the Annex via lending, delivery, and electronic scans. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Tim helps maintain access to all materials at the Annex and processes ILL Lending Requests. Tim's expertise in high-density storage management, Interlibrary Loan Lending, and Document Delivery service contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. With quality patron service being our goal, Tim coordinates the Hesburgh Libraries Annex service to provide speedy and accurate delivery of all materials located in the Annex. Contact Tim for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

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American History Librarian 201D-4 Hesburgh Library Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-1575 08/01/2015 Rachel Bohlmann is the subject specialist for American history, American Studies, and journalism. She has an undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University; an MTS in religion from Harvard Divinity School; an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and PhD in American history from the University of Iowa.

Original Cataloging Authorities... 402AF Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6243 09/29/1986 Rachel Boyd is responsible for original and complex copy cataloging of humanities materials in a variety of languages, including resources designated for Rare Books and Special Collections. She handles post-processing of materials from two of our outsourcing vendors. Rachel also creates and updates name authority records for the LC/NACO authority file and submits literary author call number proposals to the Library of Congress.

IT Projects Librarian 208A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8708 06/01/1991 Andy is the Special Projects Librarian within the IT Program, working with others in the delivery and management of digital library content and services, and assists in the research and development of new library technologies. ###Discovery System - Configures and maintains OneSearch and the ND Catalog, using the Primo Discovery System. - Member of the Primo Central Working Group. - At this time, learing a lot about Primo. ###Global Gateway Libraries - Manages the implementation and ongoing support of the Koha ILS for Notre Dame's Global Gateway libraries in Rome, Jerusalem and London. - Configures and maintains the Koha ILS, which is used for acquisitions, cataloging and circulation of library materials in the gateway libraries. Andy earned his MSLIS (1989) from the University of Illinois (where his favorite classes were cataloging and reference) and BA Linguistics (1977), also from Illinois, with a particular interest in modern European languages.

Library Assistant III 150R Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3993 05/26/1998 Sheila is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Sheila processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Sheila if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Digital Library Infrastructure Lead 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1566 06/01/2012 Don Brower is the Infrastructure lead for the digital library. He deals with digital preservation and storage. He also works on digital projects involving data analysis and digital humanities. He has a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Notre Dame. His responsibilities include * Lead design and development of digital library infrastructure services for library collections and research data. * Lead strategic planning surrounding disaster recovery, infrastructure integrity, data integrity, retention policies, data management policies, software development process standards, and other related policies for campus research data and library collections.

Library Assistant III 402AK Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6680 03/05/1990 Pam Brzezinski assists the Latin American and Social Sciences Cataloging Librarian by identifying and editing cataloging records for monographs in Spanish as well as non-German social science materials. She also provides subject headings and call numbers to enhance less than full copy cataloging in her assigned areas. Pam contributes name authority records to the LC/NACO authority file and submits literary author call number proposals to the Library of Congress. She converts EAD records for archival collections to MARC for both Hesburgh Libraries' Special Collections and the Institute for Latino Studies.

427 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6904 07/01/1990 Bart Burk is responsible for original and complex copy cataloging for all Spanish language monographs as well as monographs in the social sciences and sciences.

Libraries Circulation Assistant... 11/12/2018

Library Assistant III 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5636 06/01/2010

Reference and Instructional Services... 150A Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 4039 07/13/2015 **Reference and Instructional Services Assistant** Degrees: Honors B.A., University of Utah, English Literature and Medieval History M.L.I.S, Brigham Young University To support the Teaching, Research, and User Engagement unit within the Teaching, Research, and User Services Program, Helen: • Recruits, hires, trains, schedules, and supervises students who work at the Research Help desk • Coordinates and maintains the schedule of backup librarian assistance for the desk • Provides high level research assistance to faculty, students and staff at the Research Help desk on regular shifts • Schedules library instructional sessions with campus faculty, especially for the Writing and Rhetoric program • Receives and refers requests for librarian consultations from students • Teaches library instruction sessions to visiting groups, Writing and Rhetoric classes, and other similar courses Helen also provides backup assistance at the Circulation Desk, serving as the Evening Staff Substitute and supervises the students who work at that desk. She is trained in most circulation functions, including the circulation of most materials, looking up reserves, locating items, and giving directional assistance. Collaborating with the OIT, Helen is the Library Supervisor of the OIT Help Desk Outpost, located near the Research Help desk in the Hesburgh Library. She trains and supervises all students who work at this desk and can provide assistance with technology questions, adding print quota to faculty and student accounts, and resetting passwords. Other duties enjoyed by Helen include: • LINk Coordinator and LINk Librarian to Howard Hall • Manager of the Hesburgh Library Bulletin Boards • Member of the Renovation Technology Commons Committee • Member of the One Book, One Michiana Committee • Member of the Christmas Party Planning Committee Helen has is active with the Indiana Library Federation, and currently serves as the Chair of the Publications Committee and is a Member-at-Large on the Executive Board of the Distance Learning Division.

Senior Archivist and Curator of... 607 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 7761 09/05/1983 For over 30 years Kevin Cawley has been in charge of the Catholic historical collections in the [University Archives](http://archives.nd.edu) -- the collections that are not university records. In order to document the history of the Catholic Church in the United States, since the middle of the nineteenth century the Notre Dame Archives has collected historical material including Catholic personal papers, institutional records, manuscripts, microfilm, printed material, and digital records from Catholic press and publishing, higher education, social action. Our collections represent Catholic clergy, laity, religious orders, the charismatic renewal, the liturgical movement, and the Catholic peace movement. Cawley has been an active participant in the Catholic Research Resources Alliance and chair of CRRA's Digital Access Committee. He has also served as librarian and curator for Notre Dame's [Jacques Maritain Center](http://maritain.nd.edu) and has managed the finding aids and websites for both the archives and the Maritain Center. He has served as secretary and president of the Society of Indiana Archivists and has been a member of the Society of American Archivists since 1983. He has presented papers at SAA conferences and at meetings of the American Catholic Historical Society, the Catholic Library Association, the History of Women Religious Conference, and the Holy Cross History Association. For many years he has written a bi-annual column for the newsletter of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism describing new collections in the Notre Dame Archives. His publications include: _Parish History Collection: A Directory of Works at the University of Notre Dame_, with Carolyn Mankell Sowinski and Charlotte Ames (Notre Dame, Ind.: University Archives, 1988). "Archives and Manuscripts" in _Theodore M. Hesburgh: A Bio-Bibliography_, compiled by Charlotte A. Ames (New York: Greenwood, 1989). _Guide to Manuscript Collections_ (Notre Dame, Ind.: University Archives, 1993). "University of Notre Dame Archives" in _American Catholic Studies Newsletter_ 20:1 (Spring, 1993). _Catholic Newspapers in Microform: a Directory of Works at Notre Dame_, with Charlotte Ames (Notre Dame, Indiana: Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, 1997). He has also produced a parish history, a novel for children, and several volumes of poetry available from [Amazon](http://tinyurl.com/KevinCawley) or [Lulu](http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/wcawley). Before becoming an archivist, Cawley spent nine years as a college English teacher at John Carroll University, Cornell University, and Vassar College. He has an M.A. from John Carroll University, a Ph.D. from Cornell University, and an M.S.L.S. in archival administration from Case Western Reserve University.

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Library Assistant III 150M Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1062 10/23/1995 Kristie is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Patron Services, Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Kristie processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Kristie if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Coordinator B001 Hayes-Healy Center (574) 631-8727 02/01/2012

Library Mailroom Distribution... 156 Hesburgh Library 03/06/2015 Maintain security and safety of people and property in Hesburgh Library by surveying areas and enforcing library rules and regulations. Serves as a point of contact for building, maintenance, security and emergency information. Responsible for the opening, closing and monitoring of the building to provide an atmosphere conducive to study and research

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Irish Studies Librarian 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0497 10/01/2005 Aedín Ní Bhróithe Clements is the Irish Studies librarian. She has an MA. in English from Western Michigan University. She is an Irish speaker, and has a degree in Irish and folklore from University College Dublin, which is also where she studied librarianship.

Library Assistant II 402U Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6169 10/06/1997 Kathy is responsible for the pre and post processing of monographs, periodicals and other paper materials for commercial library binding and, for oversight of the shelf preparation and labeling unit. Kathy assists with the preparation and inspection of reformatting (microfilming, preservation facsimile, mass deacidification) shipments, and with the inspection of digitized files of Libraries' materials prepared by vendors.

Circulation Services Assistant II 150L Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2907 10/06/1986 Barbara is a member of the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, the Circulation Services Subunit in this Program facilitates access to the services and resources of the Hesburgh Libraries. Barbara interprets complex patron information questions to fit the resources, online services, and references available in this library’s collection. Barbara's expertise in circulation, interlibrary loan, and reserve services also contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access and guidance to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Barbara for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

Library Assistant II 402F Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4489 06/18/1990 Lori is a member of the **interlibrary loan team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. The team is responsible for borrowing research and teaching resources from other institutions or purchasing materials on behalf of our patrons. The unit also responds to requests from other institutions wishing to use material from the collections of the Hesburgh Libraries. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility as it responds to requests for borrowing or lending. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with partner institutions, and works closely with other library partners. The interlibrary loan team is cross-trained by function, and works closely with the acquisitions team through its patron-driven acquisitions program. Please see Lori if you have questions about the status of an interlibrary loan borrowing or lending request.

Supervisor 402AC Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6043 05/01/2015 Jared serves as supervisor for the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. His team is responsible for all kinds of routine and project based catalog maintenance and quality control, serials cataloging, processing of government documents and ongoing work to support the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex.

Library Assistant III 402M Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7642 11/05/1985 Gloria is a member of the **monographic receipt & discovery team** within the **Resource Description & Discovery Services Unit**. The team is responsible for receiving and ensuring discoverability of incoming material for our library collections. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. Please see Gloria if you have questions about the status of a payment or the processing of a gift donation.

Procurement Analyst 1224B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5271 10/15/1990 Salem is primarily responsible for the procurement activities of the Library, reviewing expense reimbursement activity in the TravelND system and non-computer purchases in BuyND. He also assists the Director and the Senior Accounting Specialist with accounting activities. ###TravelND - Audit all expense reports submitted by faculty and staff. - Assist some faculty and staff with entering their expenses into TravelND. - Answer questions about expense reimbursement, including issues with expense reports submission. - Help assemble and submit expense reports for the senior leaders in the Library Administration office. ###Procurement /BuyND - Purchase all non-computer equipment and furniture for the libraries. - Purchase many miscellaneous items for faculty and staff. - Research and locate items for procurement that employees need but cannot easily find on their own. - Coordinate purchases with many different departments on campus, working closely with the Controller’s Group, especially the Procurement Office. - Ensure Library purchasing activities follow University guidelines and procedures, as communicated by the Controller’s Procurement Office. ###Accounting - Update the Information Technology Budget Report on a quarterly basis. - Act as Accounts Payable for most of the Library’s expenses (that are not related to materials acquisitions, resources deliver, or Interlibrary Loan services. - Answer general questions related to budgets, expenses, and account code (FOAPAL) use.

Library Assistant III 402H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5629 10/15/1992 Barb is a member of the **Monographic Receipt & Discovery Team** within the **Resource Description & Discovery Services Unit**. The team is responsible for receiving and ensuring discoverability of incoming material for our library collections. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. Please see Barb if you have questions about the status of a payment or the processing of a gift donation.

Program Director 405 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3092 08/13/2001 Mark is responsible for providing leadership, vision, and oversight for the strategic and functional directions of the IT Program including stewardship for the Program's budget and personnel. As Program Director for most of the Libraries' core technical infrastructure and services, he collaborates with key library and University stakeholders and partners to plan and implement technology solutions that contribute to a 21st century academic library. ### Vision and Oversight - Provide overall leadership for the IT Program, establish foundational vision and strategic directions in collaboration with program leadership, and help leaders carry out that vision across four functional units (Web and Software Engineering, IT Support, Enterprise Systems, and Enterprise Applications). - As a member of the Libraries' Cabinet, collaborate on setting Library wide goals and strategies. - Help program and organization adjust to change and demands created by technology developments and increasing user needs through communication, process management, process improvement, coaching, and team building. ###Management -------------- - Provide management and guidance for three unit managers and two library faculty. - Collaboratively establish goals with direct reports, coach as needed, and evaluate performance. - Provide advice and direction on professional development and skill advancement in alignment with library strategies and goals. - Provide oversight for program budget. ###Communication and Collaboration ------------- - Share decisions and information made in the Cabinet with managers and Program. - Regular communication with Cabinet and other library and University stakeholders to hear about needs, ensure that Program is delivering on expected outcomes, negotiate change, and collaborate on key initiatives. ---------- Mark holds Bachelor's of Arts degrees in English and Math from the University of Maine and a Master's of Science degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois.

Archivist 600 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8669 09/01/1998

Sr. Library Assistant 102 Hesburgh Library Notre Dame, IN 46556 +1 574 631 9097 09/01/2015

Sr. Software Engineer 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5026 11/27/2017 As a software engineer for the WSE unit, Ryan is responsible for a wide variety of tasks. His primary duties include software development for both back end and user facing components, application and data integration, as well as consultation. ###Software Engineering - Software component implementation - Service integration - Cloud based implementations - Adherence to current web standards - Consultation on application design

Head of Preservation B005 Reyniers Building (574) 631-4643 09/14/1998 Liz facilitates the preservation and conservation of the Libraries' analog collections. To ensure collections are accessible for as long as they are needed, Liz works to collaboratively address collection vulnerabilities and mitigate risks to the collections. This work includes establishing preventive programs, assessing treatment needs, establishing priorities, and implementing and managing preservation and conservation solutions. Liz holds a BA in English Literature with Peace Studies minor from the University of Connecticut, and a MLIS CAS in Library and Archives Conservation from the University of Texas.

Collections Processing Assistant 402S Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1655 11/12/2014 Megan is a member of the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. Her primary responsibility is catalog maintenance/quality control and problem analysis/resolution in support of the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex.

Library Assistant II 150E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1209 04/30/2001 Dave is a member of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Dave pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material. Contact Dave if you have questions about Document Delivery or Stacks Management services.

Circulation Services Assistant II 150Q Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3808 03/04/1986 Susan is a member of the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, the Circulation Services Subunit in this Program is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Circulation Services Subunit objectives, Susan processes the billing for overdue materials, performs item searches and manages lokmobile and carrell assignments. Contact Susan if you have questions about Circulation services or billing. She is also a licensed Notary and is available by appointment.

Facilities Manager 154 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6361 09/13/1988 As Building Services Manager, Ross is responsible for general maintenance and space management of the Hesburgh Library building, as well representing Hesburgh Library on all facilities and equipment projects, promoting safety and security for the building and managing the security monitors. Building Manager ---------------- - Coordinate renovations, alterations, office relocations, and new construction. - Monitor IAQ throughout the library and contact Utilities as necessary. - Maintain furniture inventory. - Coordinate with Building Services concerning cleanliness issues. - Supervise Building Services Assistant Safety and Security Officer --------------------------- - Supervise Library Safety and Security Monitors. - Maintain Incident Report Log. - Maintain key inventory and disseminate keys as necessary. - Respond to safety and security concerns throughout the building. - Chair the Library Safety and Security Task Force. - Coordinate with Notre Dame Security Police. Maintenance Coordinator ----------------------- - Report through the AIM software system all issues involving outside library support. - Follow up on all maintenance repairs and replacements. - Coordinate the follow-through and completion of all work orders from University departments. - Coordinate with the Maintenance Project Coordinator on alterations to the Hesburgh Library and associated branches.

Coordinator L001C Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-7438 06/13/1994 Kim is a member of the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, the staff team in this Program facilitates access to the services and resources of the Hesburgh Libraries, from within five distinct branch locations - the Architecture, Business, Chemistry-Physics, Engineering, and Mathematics libraries. As an embedded staff member in the Mahaffey Business Library, Kim interprets complex patron questions to fit the resources, online services, and references available in this library’s collection. Kim's expertise in circulation, inter-library loan, and reserve services also contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access and guidance to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Kim for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

Library Assistant II 150G Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4563 11/28/1988 Charlotte is a member of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program.** Focusing on *Service Excellence,* the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Charlotte pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material.

Manager 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3353 09/01/2002 Rob is the manager for the Web and Software Engineering Unit for the Hesburgh Libraries. In this role, he is responsible for providing leadership and consultative services regarding how the library can take advantage of web based technologies, while managing a highly skilled team of software developers and specialists in the areas of design, user experience, analysis and change management. As a hands on manager, Rob is also involved in the design and development of applications in his role as a member of the software engineering team. ### Managerial - Lead and manage a team of four software engineers, a user experience specialist, web analyst, and web developer - Overall responsibility for the majority of the library web assets and services - Responsible for the training and development of unit staff in order to promote growth, efficiency, innovation and continuous improvement ### Software Engineering - Consultation regarding the overall strategy for the integration and development of library software projects - Promote the use of software infrastructure and web standards - Works with the broader software engineering team in order to design and implement software that best fits the strategic needs of the library - Develops sustainable and reusable software components and module service oriented architecture ### User Engagement - Provide direction and focus to web analyst and user experience specialist in order to improve library web based services - Regular interaction with internal and external stakeholders in order to foster communication about the best way to engage library patrons via the web - Promote regular analysis of the usage of library web assets in order to facilitate proactive decision making regarding the library's use of the web

Manager 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8569 07/18/2009 Jeremy is responsible for management aspect of the Digital Library Technology Unit.

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University Archives 607 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 9200 04/01/2017 As the Head of University Archives, Angela Fritz manages the official repository for university records, the records management program including born-digital institutional archives and digital assets, as well as the Catholic manuscript collection. Angela holds a Ph.D. in American History from Loyola University-Chicago, an MLS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) Certificate from the Society of American Archivists. Previously, Angela served as Interim Head of Special Collections and University Archives and History Librarian at the University of Arkansas Libraries in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Her prior experience also includes working as an archivist for the Office of Presidential Libraries and Museums in Washington, D.C. In this capacity, she worked on presidential library development and White House outreach initiatives for the National Archives.

Administrative Assistant 1201 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5252 10/01/2014 As the administrative assistant for the Administrative and Central Resources (ACR) Program Julie serves as the primary customer service representative for visitors, patrons, and fellow Library employees coming to or calling the Library Administrative Office. Reporting to and supporting the Director of Finance and Administration, Julie also provides administrative support for two Associate University Librarians, other staff in the Administration office, as well as the University Librarian in the absence of the Senior Administrative Assistant. Administrative Support - Manage calendars for several individuals in the 221 Office - Maintain employee & absence files - Assist patrons with questions - Provide clerical support, coordinate events and maintain the Hesburgh Library Directory - Maintain and track the Lunch with the University Librarian events TravelND - Audit expense reports submitted by faculty and staff. - Answer questions about expense reimbursement Procurement/BuyND - Purchase day-to-day supplies needed by all the libraries - Checking in supplies once they have arrived - Delivering supplies

Library Assistant III 402AL Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4496 08/04/1987 Maggie Giles identifies and edits cataloging records for audiovisual and microform materials. She also creates original cataloging for microform materials and upgrades microform materials with less than full copy. Maggie provides cataloging support for the University’s London Global Gateway Library.

Music Library Specialist 310N O'Neill Hall 574-631-1597 09/06/2016

Senior Systems Administrator 208 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8718 03/16/2015 As a Sr Systems Administrator, Justin provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Justin administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Linux systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. ###Collaborate with the OIT - Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images. - Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions. - Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems. ###Research, Evaluation, and Documentation - Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries. - Document infrastructure and systems changes.

Project Management Librarian 426 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3558 08/09/1999 As a technical services librarian and a member of the virtual Project Management Office (PMO), Nastia works on various library-wide and RAD program projects that require a project manager. She plans project requirements, oversees communication with all stakeholders involved, ensures successful project execution, and acts as a contact person for projects under her guidance. Nastia has two work spaces in Hesburgh Library: one on the 4th floor, room 426; and one in room 208 with the rest of the PMO members. She splits her week between the two offices. Nastia can always be reached by email aguimara[at]nd.edu or phone 1-3558. She serves on the Hesburgh Libraries *Aleph* and *Discovery Systems* Teams. Nastia holds a Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Spanish from Moscow State Linguistic University in Moscow, Russia, and a Master of Science degree in Library and Information Science from IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN. Nastia is a native speaker of Russian.

Media Digitization Specialist 203 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8694 01/27/2014 Amanda Gulley is a Media Digitization Specialist within the Digital Initiatives and Scholarship Program. Her primary focus is the digitization of text materials held by Hesburgh Libraries for web and preservation use. She is the primary user of the Libraries’ Kirtas APT book scanner and would be happy to give you a demonstration. Amanda has a Master's in Library Science and a Bachelor's in Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Curator 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6489 08/01/2010 ###Education### - B.A., M.A., Ph.D. in Greek and Latin, The Ohio State University. ###Current Research Interests### - Commentaries of Arnulf of Orléans - Medieval Reception of Ovid's *Metamorphoses* ###Works In Progress### - A critical edition of Arnulf of Orléans's grammatical and allegorical commentary to Ovid's *Metamorphoses*. - Descriptive Catalogue of the Greek Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame. ###Books and Monographs## - *[A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College][1].* Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016. xxxiv + 716 pp. + 8 color plates. ###Articles and Book Chapters## - "The Ovidian Allegorical Schoolbook: Arnulf of Orléans and John of Garland Take Over a Thirteenth-Century Manuscript," *Pecia* 20 (2017): 7-43 (Forthcoming 2018). - K.V. Manukyan, B.J. Guerin, E.J. Stech, A. Aprahamian, M. Wiescher, **D.T. Gura**, Z.D. Schultz, “Multiscale X-ray Fluorescence Mapping Complemented by Raman Spectroscopy for Pigment Analysis of a 15th-century Breton Manuscript,” Analytical Methods 8 (2016): 7696-7701. - “Living with Ovid: The Founding of Arnulf of Orléans' Thebes,” in *[Manuscripts of the Latin Classics 800-1200][2]*, ed. Erik Kwakkel. 131-166. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2015. - “A Hitherto Unknown Book of Hours from the *Amiénois*: Notre Dame,Saint Mary’s College, Cushwa-Leighton Library, MS 3: or the Le Féron-Grisel Hours,” *Manuscripta* 56 (2012): 227-68. - “From the *Orléanais* to Pistoia: the Survival of the Catena Commentary,” *Manuscripta* 54 (2010): 171-88. ###Exhibitions & Installations### - Vestigia Vaticana, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (May-August, 2016) [http://collections.library.nd.edu/2fb06059c8/vestigia-vaticana][3] - Hour by Hour: Reconstructing a Medieval Breton Prayerbook. Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame (January 18–March 16, 2015). Review with video: [http://www.medievalists.net/2015/04/08/a-broken-book-of-hours-saving-a-medieval-manuscript/][4]. Digital companion: [http://publications.snitemuseum.org/hrhr/][5] - Sacred Music at Notre Dame: the Voice of the Text. Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (February 2–August 3, 2015). Review: [http://news.nd.edu/assets/165084/ndworks_june_2015.pdf][6] - Hour by Hour: Reconstructing a Medieval Breton Prayerbook. Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (January 10–August 19, 2013). Review: [http://www3.nd.edu/~ndworks/2013/2013_07_25_Vol%2011_No%201.pdf][7] ###Upcoming Courses ### - Greek Paleography (Fall 2018) [1]: http://undpress.nd.edu/books/P03266?letter=G&page=4 [2]: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/M/bo22227062.html [3]: http://collections.library.nd.edu/2fb06059c8/vestigia-vaticana [4]: http://www.medievalists.net/2015/04/08/a-broken-book-of-hours-saving-a-medieval-manuscript/ [5]: http://publications.snitemuseum.org/hrhr/ [6]: http://news.nd.edu/assets/165084/ndworks_june_2015.pdf [7]: http://www3.nd.edu/~ndworks/2013/2013_07_25_Vol%2011_No%201.pdf

Senior Systems Administrator 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4686 08/23/1994 As a Sr Systems Administrator, Tom provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Tom administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Linux systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. ###Collaborate with the OIT - Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images. - Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions. - Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems. ###Research, Evaluation, and Documentation - Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries. - Document infrastructure and systems changes.

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First Year Experience Librarian 159 Hesburgh Library 574-631-8177 08/01/2016 M.S.L.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.S. Elementary Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign As the First Year Experience Librarian, Melissa focuses on connecting first-year students to the resources and services available at the Hesburgh Libraries. As an instructor, Melissa develops learner-centered information literacy sessions for students in Writing and Rhetoric classes. Melissa has always been passionate about teaching and learning. Prior to becoming a librarian, she taught fourth grade for four years.

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Emerging Technologies Librarian 158 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0312 02/01/2015 <p><strong>Ph.D., Rhetoric and Technical Communication</strong><br>Michigan Technological University</p> <p><strong>M.A., Rhetoric and Writing</strong><br>San Diego State University</p> <p><strong>B.A., English</strong><br>San Diego State University</p> <p><br/>As the Emerging Technologies Librarian for the Hesburgh Library, Randy assists users with the identification, evaluation, and use of emerging technologies in the creation of a variety of media-rich projects, explores innovative online tools and related services, and identifies learning and engagement opportunities to support student research and promote student success.</p> <p>For more information: <a href="http://www.randalseanharrison.com" target="_blank">randalseanharrison.com</a></p>

Lead Software Engineer 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9931 01/14/2013 As a one of the software developers in the Web and Software Engineering Unit, Jon designs and develops a range of web applications to create and enhance services offered by the Hesburgh Libraries. ###Software Engineering - Consultation regarding the overall strategy for the integration and development of library software projects - Promote the use of software infrastructure and web standards - Works with the broader software engineering team in order to design and implement software that best fits the strategic needs of the library - Develops sustainable and reusable software components and module service oriented architecture

Library Assistant III 402A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6260 03/01/2001 Nita is a member of the **interlibrary loan team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. The team is responsible for borrowing research and teaching resources from other institutions or purchasing materials on behalf of our patrons. The unit also responds to requests from other institutions wishing to use material from the collections of the Hesburgh Libraries. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility as it responds to requests for borrowing or lending. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with partner institutions, and works closely with other library partners. The interlibrary loan team is cross-trained by function, and works closely with the acquisitions team through its patron-driven acquisitions program. Please see Nita if you have questions about the status of an interlibrary loan borrowing or lending request.

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Digital Research and Outreach Librarian 151 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6189 07/21/1997 Mandy has worked for the Hesburgh Libraries in various roles that include public services, instruction, outreach and management, system analysis and technical services management. She is particularly interested in connecting people to resources, how organizations work and how organizations can be improved through leadership development. As a program liaison for CurateND and the Center for Digital Scholarship, Mandy continues to build relationships with graduate students to encourage the use of the Libraries' new and existing services. Her successes have strengthened research and scholarly output for students at all levels. Her work includes planning and implementing workshops, providing library instruction for students in the Writing and Rhetoric classes as well as in graduate seminars. As a member of two graduate school work teams, Mandy serves the Graduate Student Professional Development Team, which develops, coordinates, plans and evaluates professional development opportunities for the graduate student and postdoctoral community. The second group is the Graduate Student Life Team, which monitors, plans, and provides holistic support through events, activities and introducing available graduate resources. Mandy has contributed to the development of a graduate student professional development library collection. Specialties: Meeting facilitation, technical analysis, training, application support, handling and shipping gifts and purchased collections, communication, customer service management, identification of efficiencies, information discovery, referrals, grant application review

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Entrepreneurial Spirit Endowed... L012 Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-5268 09/01/1974 As manager of the Business and Social Science unit librarians within the unit, Steve guides and facilitates their activities as they serve the diverse information needs and requirements of their department and college clientele. As Entrepreneurial Spirit Endowed Business Librarian, Steve, in partnership with the other business librarians, provides comprehensive business reference and information services to the students, faculty, and staff of the Mendoza College of Business. In addition, in cooperation with the business librarians manages the business collection, endowments and is responsible for guiding the acquisitions of business related library information resources. Steve manages the Thomas Mahaffey Jr. Business Library which is located within the Mendoza College of Business.

Digital Projects Specialist (574) 631-3371 07/28/2008 As Digital Projects Specialist (DPS), Adam contributes significantly to the development, creation, supervision, planning, and ongoing management of digital collections within the Hesburgh Libraries. The Digital Projects Specialist reports to the Supervisor for the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship. Adam provides oversight for the development of three-dimensional services, including 3D printers, software modeling and evaluation of applications that emerge in support of the 3D field as the technologies apply to strategic initiatives within the Libraries. Adam also provides instructional outreach service/course integration as well as workshops and instruction on 3D modeling and other visual software applications, including VR. The Digital Projects Specialist collaborates with digital project stakeholders and software developers and teams within the Hesburgh Libraries to ensure access to the collections. The DPS is responsible for creation and documentation of metadata and digitization standards related to collections and exhibits developed in consultation with metadata and technical experts. Internal staff training to support creation, description and management of the digital surrogates is expected.

Program Manager for Digital Product... 1136B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0533 09/01/2016 Helen's post is jointly funded by the Office of Information Technologies and the Hesburgh Libraries. Her main responsibilities include: * Coordinate the development of a campus-wide strategic plan to guide preservation, access, and dissemination of digital assets, including both legacy and “born digital” content; * Work with the Library, University Archives, other university units, and faculty to implement the strategy; * Represent the University at national and international conferences and events, and * Lead efforts to pursue grant funding for digital projects. Previously Helen was Director of Global Web Services at the Internet Archive, Head of Web Archiving at the British Library and Programme Manager at the UK Joint Information Systems Committee. She has led many national and international digital initiatives, and has published and spoken extensively about web archiving and digital preservation, addressing national and international audiences at various academic and professional conferences. Born in China, educated in the Netherlands, Helen developed her professional skills in the United Kingdom. She is Fluent in English, Dutch and Chinese. Helen holds a bachelor's degree in Dutch Studies from Leiden University, the Netherlands and a Master's of Science degree in Business Information Technology from Middlesex University, UK. Additional Certifications include: Enterprise Architecture TOGAF® 9.1 Level 1 & 2 ITIL® Continual Service Improvement Certificate Essentials of Linux Administration ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management BCS® Certificate in Business Analysis Practice ISEB Intermediate Certificates in Enterprise and Solution Architecture MoR Foundation & Practitioner MSP Foundation & Practitioner PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner

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Latin American Curator 102 Hesburgh Library 09/01/2016 Erika Hosselkus is curator of Latin Americana and subject specialist for Latin American and Latino Studies. She holds a Ph.D. in History and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University as well as undergraduate degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno, in History and Spanish. Along with her broad interests in the history and cultures of Latin America, Erika specializes in the colonial Mexican history, particularly the experiences of indigenous groups.

Sr. Preservation Services Specialist 402V Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6360 07/11/1989 Debbie is responsible for managing the daily activites of the commercial binding, shelf prep, reformatting and deacidification of the Preservation unit. Debbie coordinates commercial binding activities for the four branch libraries, and supervises student workers.

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English Literature and Digital... 250C Navari Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 3457 08/01/2015 Daniel Johnson is subject specialist for English literature and digital humanities. He has graduate degrees in English from Wake Forest University (MA) and Princeton University (PhD), where he specialized in literature of the long eighteenth-century.

Special Collections Conservator B010 Reyniers Bldg +1 574 631 7754 12/01/2017 Jen stabilizes and preserves rare and unique library and archival collections in support of the Hesburgh Libraries' active teaching, research, digitization, and exhibition programs. Her work principally involves the design and execution of specialized treatments to stabilize individual items and collections of items. Jen holds an MAS CAS in Art Conservation from Buffalo State College, an MFA in interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago, and and BFA in Illustration from the University at Buffalo.

Program Director 404 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1086 11/01/2008 As the Program Director of Digital Initiatives and Scholarship, Rick Johnson directs the design and development of the Libraries' data curation and digital library solutions for research, teaching, and learning. These include [CurateND](http://curate.nd.edu), the library’s service to curate, preserve, and spotlight collections and research at Notre Dame. Rick also provides oversight of data management planning services within the libraries, and supports activities in the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship. Focus areas include: * Coordinate with faculty, students, and researchers to determine best solutions to preserve, manage, curate, present, and share digital content, data, and other resources used in research, teaching, and learning. * Define long-term strategic objectives to meet stakeholder needs and emerging trends. * Direct and coordinate planning around areas such as data integrity, disaster recovery, retention policies, and data management policies. * Work in support of Digital Projects and services related to the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship. With over 15 years experience, Rick has worked in software development, testing, sales, and management. As a graduate of the University of Notre Dame in 1999, Rick is also double domer with bachelor’s degrees in Japanese and Computer Science. In his spare time, Rick enjoys distance running and traveling.

Associate University Librarian 1202A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3778 09/01/1981 As an Associate University Librarian, Lou provides leadership and vision for the library programs related to academic services and collections. The programs are: - ***The Teaching, Research and User Services Program,*** which includes core research & consultation services, teaching & instructional services, circulation and frontline desk services throughout the library system, reserves, interlibrary loan lending, annex services, stacks maintenance and document delivery, - ***The Collection Strategy and Subject Services Program,*** which selects collection content to support teaching and research, oversees collections, and provides advanced consultation & teaching services in the STEM, Business, Area Studies, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities disciplines. - ***The Specialized Collection Services Program,*** which provides specialized services across academic disciplines, the units in this program include, Rare Books and Special Collections, the University Archives, and Preservation, Conservation and Digital Production. *Selected Responsibilities:* - Play a leading role in library-wide strategic planning, resource management and assessment to develop and convey a clear and compelling vision working closely with the University Librarian and the Associate University Librarian for Digital Access Resources and Information Technology - Closely align goals, organizational groups, resources and values with those of the University - Energize the organization through emphasis on collaboration, flexibility, empowerment, on-going learning, service excellence, a commitment to teamwork and open communication - Develop, maintain and inspire a strategically focused and highly knowledgeable workforce - Coach and empower program directors and team leaders to excel both directly and through effective delegation, management and communication - Build and strengthen campus relationships, identifying opportunities to assist in the academic mission of the university by providing knowledge resources and expertise to enhance teaching and research for both students and faculty and to productively collaborate throughout the university and the academy in support of our mission. Lou is a librarian and a scholar with a doctorate in Medieval Studies. His focus is on integrating library services and collections into the teaching and research missions of the university.He is an elected member of the *Comité international de paléographie latine* and a fellow of the American Numismatic Society.

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East Asian Studies Librarian 201D-5 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6121 03/01/2012 Hye-jin supports faculty and students in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Studies by selecting, organizing, and locating library resources. She also serves as the Libraries’ liaison to campus units and to activities related to East Asia. She is a Concurrent Faculty member in the Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, and Faculty Fellow of the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.

Library Assistant III 402AM Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3240 10/09/1991 As a member of the **Strategic Resource Discovery Services** team, Ina specializes in the cataloging of materials in non-Roman languages, including Arabic, Hebrew, Greek, Russian and Ukrainian.

Library Assistant II 150THesburgh Library (574) 631-9172 08/26/1986 Nancy is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. Call (574) 631-7578, if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.services.

Library Assistant III 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7139 01/20/1993 As a member of the **Strategic Resource Discovery Services** team, Bo performs original and copy cataloging for materials designated for Rare Books and Special Collections. She hires and manages student workers, plans and oversees special projects, and works closely with subject specialists, personnel in Rare Books & Special Collections, and Preservation staff to identify priorities, address preservation needs and expedite workflow.

Supervisor 402C Hesburgh Library (574) 631 2409 05/01/2016 Sarah is responsible for the day-to-day management of the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit (ILLAS)**, working closely with the Request Fulfillment team of the unit. ILLAS serves our researchers, students and subject librarians by obtaining resources for the Notre Dame community in support of current needs. Sarah coordinates the work of team members who place interlibrary loan borrowing requests, purchase library collection materials, and receive, distribute and return interlibrary loan items for our patrons, Contact Sarah for the following: **Interlibrary Loan** (or email: ill.1@nd.edu): status of an interlibrary loan request, e.g., placement, receipt or return **Acquisitions** (or email: ndmonacq@nd.edu): status of an order request, e.g., order placement and claiming

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Sociology Librarian 201B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5176 08/22/2002 Jessica Kayongo is the Sociology Librarian. As subject liaison to the Sociology Department, she provides library instruction and library research assistance, and manages the library's sociology resources and collections.

Coordinator 231 Nieuwland Science Hall 574-631-4548 12/19/2016 Tara is a member of the ***Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program***. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, the staff team in this Program facilitates access to the services and resources of the Hesburgh Libraries, from within five distinct branch locations - the Architecture, Business, Chemistry-Physics, Engineering, and Mathematics libraries. As an embedded staff member in the Chemistry-Physics Library, Tara interprets complex patron questions and facilitates access to the resources, online services, and references available in this library’s collection. Tara's expertise in circulation, inter-library loan, and reserve services also contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access and guidance to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Tara for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

Assistant Archivist 607 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 4031 07/01/1995

Supervisor 154 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5685 02/27/2012 - Supervise the Library safety and Security Monitors, daily access control, and building safety operations. - Collaborate with facilities Manager using patron counts to establish building use policies, and access controls - Ensure security of patrons, the building, and collections by performing routine visible inspections throughout the library - Provide assistance to the library patrons and staff in the event of an emergency - Provide assistance to the Office of Special Events on the 14th floor and controlling access to the 14th floor.

Sr. Software Engineer 208 Hesburgh Library 10/08/2018 As a software engineer for the WSE unit, Michael is responsible for a wide variety of tasks. His primary duties include software development for both back end and user facing components, application and data integration, as well as consultation. ###Software Engineering - Software component implementation - Service integration - Cloud based implementations - Adherence to current web standards - Consultation on application design

Digital Archivist 607 Hesburgh Library Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7955 12/01/2017 As the Digital Archivist at Notre Dame, Scott Kirycki develops and implements policies, procedures, and workflows for records retention and the appraisal, ingest, and preservation of born-digital University records. Scott holds a Master of Science in Information degree from the University of Michigan School of Information. His specialization is Archives and Records Management, and he studied Preservation of Information as well. Previously, Scott worked for a company that made computer databases for lawyers. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Calvin College and a Master of Arts degree in English from Clark University.

Manager 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0932 04/01/2011 Rob is the manager for the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Libraries (LIB-ITS). In his role, he is responsible for providing leadership and consultative services for current and future IT-related hardware, software, services, training, and budgets for the Libraries. LIB-ITS staff of four support well over 1000 IT hardware devices including Mac and Windows PCs and peripherals, printers, open-book scanners, plotters, etc. The unit is also responsible for VoIP phones. ###Managerial - Lead and manage a team of four IT Support Coordinators who provide a wide variety of IT services - Overall responsibility for providing "Service Excellence" to Library faculty, staff, and students - Collaborate with OIT and other IT units across campus in networking, software images, security, CWP, Pharos printers, and rollout of new products such as Google. ###IT Budget - In collaboration with Program Director and Finance Group, develop ongoing annual IT budget - Based on budget, manage purchases, maintenance, and replacement of IT hardware and software ###Training and Development - Support LIB-ITS staff as they learn and innovate in order to provide new and better services to Libraries - Develop training opportunities for Library faculty and staff to improve their IT skills and embrace new software and technologies ###IT Support - As a working manager, Rob is frequently "in the trenches" providing direct support to faculty and staff - As a manager, he monitors progress on existing support tickets and emerging issues

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Theology and Philosophy Librarian 201D-3 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6663 09/01/1983 As the Theology/Philosophy Librarian, Alan is responsible for the development and management of the theology and philosophy collections in all formats, including book, serial, electronic, microfilm, and photographic. He selects theology and philosophy materials for acquisition, performs advanced reference services, and provides subject bibliographic instruction, as well as selecting and organizing web resources in theology and philosophy in order to help expand Notre Dame's digital programs and services.

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Supervisor 428 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8649 02/01/1997 Rob Kusmer serves as the supervisor of the **Strategic Resource Discovery Services** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. He is responsible for original and complex copy cataloging for all German-language monographs as well as monographs in the humanities and theology. He also serves as the German language and literature subject librarian.

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Mathematics 009 Hayes-Healy Center (574) 631-3617 08/01/2000 **Areas of interest**: Science librarianship, collection development, citation analysis, strategic planning, executive leadership/management, project planning, academic libraries **Hesburgh Libraries affiliations**: ***[O'Meara Mathematics Library][1]***, ***[Biology, Environmental Sciences, and Medicine subject page][2]***, [Biology and Life Sciences Libguide][3], [Medicine and Health Libguide][4], [Applied Mathematics Libguide][5], [Mathematics Libguide][6], [Statistics and Probability Libguide][7] **University afflilations**: [Department of Mathematics,][8] [Department of Biological Sciences][9], [Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics][10], [Department of Preprofessional Studies][11], [College of Science][12] [Eck Institute for Global Health][13], [Adult Stem Cell Center][14], [Center for Rare and Neglected Diseases][15], [Center for Aquatic Conservation][16], [Environmental Research Center][17], [Harper Cancer Research Institute][18], [Center for Mathematics][19], [Center for Zebrafish Research][20], [Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Biocomplexity][21], [Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine][22] **Education**: - BS, English / general engineering, U.S. Naval Academy - MLIS, University of Texas at Austin I'm the Mathematics and Life Sciences Librarian, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame. I graduated from UT-Austin in 1995 and worked for 5 years at McKinsey & Co.'s petroleum practice as an information specialist, then research analyst. I've published in the areas of strategic planning, journal citation half-lives, censorship, syllabi studies, and communities of practice. I'm particularly interested in quantitative analysis and data visualization, including helping colleagues appreciate the power of statistics. I've been involved with the Special Libraries Association's [Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division][23] and served a 3-year term as division chair-elect / chair / past-chair. I've also been involved with SLA's [Biomedical and Life Sciences Division][24]. I have 5 children, ranging in age from 15 to 23. The best way to get in touch with me is via e-mail. [1]: http://library.nd.edu/mathematics/ [2]: https://library.nd.edu/biology [3]: http://libguides.library.nd.edu/biology-life-sciences [4]: http://libguides.library.nd.edu/medicine-health [5]: http://libguides.library.nd.edu/applied-mathematics [6]: http://libguides.library.nd.edu/mathematics [7]: http://libguides.library.nd.edu/statistics-probability [8]: http://math.nd.edu/ [9]: http://biology.nd.edu/ [10]: http://acms.nd.edu/ [11]: http://preprofessional.nd.edu/ [12]: http://science.nd.edu/ [13]: http://globalhealth.nd.edu/ [14]: http://adultstemcell.nd.edu/ [15]: http://www3.nd.edu/~crnd/ [16]: http://aquacon.nd.edu/ [17]: http://underc.nd.edu/ [18]: http://harpercancer.nd.edu/ [19]: http://centerformath.nd.edu/ [20]: http://research.nd.edu/core-facilities/center-for-zebrafish-research/ [21]: http://www3.nd.edu/~icsb/ [22]: http://compassionatecare.nd.edu/ [23]: http://pam.sla.org/ [24]: http://bio.sla.org/

Coordinator 149A Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering (574) 631-6665 08/04/1997 Maureen is a member of the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, the staff team in Circulation Services Subunit facilitates access to the services and resources of the Hesburgh Libraries, from within four distinct branch locations - the Business, Chemistry-Physics, Engineering, and Mathematics libraries. As an embedded staff member in the Engineering Library, Maureen interprets complex patron information questions to fit the resources, online services, and references available in this library’s collection. Maureen's expertise in circulation, interlibrary loan, and reserve services also contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access and guidance to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Maureen for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

Visiting Assistant Business Librarian L002A Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-8843 09/01/2018

Digital Projects Librarian 1136 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1324 05/01/2009 Pat Lawton is Digital Projects Librarian for the Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA), a nonprofit membership alliance with a mission to provide enduring, global access to Catholic research materials in the Americas. Pat manages the primary projects of the CRRA including the Catholic portal and the Catholic Newspapers Program and participates in grant writing for the Libraries. Prior to her tenure at Notre Dame, Pat was a faculty member in the School of Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh and taught cataloging courses online for the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign from 1997-2005. Prior to her teaching years, she served as a librarian in public, academic, and special library settings. She holds a BA in English and MLS from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. In Library and Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Library Assistant III 402Y Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3818 04/09/1979 Robin is a member of the **resource logistics & discovery team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. Robin contributes by providing access to and support for electronic and serial resources through the creation and maintenance of Aleph and website records for e-resources and serials to ensure effective bibliographic organization and usability. The unit identifies and develops access enhancements such as SFX, eJournal Locator and Metalib integration, along with infrastructure support such as persistent URL management for serial and electronic resources, remote access via ezproxy, and coordination of an electronic resources management system (CORAL). The unit also provides support for usage statistics and manages acquisitions workflow for electronic resources, including trials, licensing, order placement and activation. Primary report a problem mechanism: [Spiceworks][1] [1]: https://sw.library.nd.edu/portal/ "Spiceworks"

Library Assistant III 402E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5614 07/22/1988 Teena is a member of the **acquisitions team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. The team is responsible for purchasing and processing material for our library collection. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in ordering, claiming, receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. The acquisitions team is cross-trained by function, and supports the interlibrary loan process through its patron-driven acquisitions program. Please see Teena if you have questions about the status of an order or payment or the processing of a gift donation.

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Unit Head 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3009 11/01/2001 Natasha Lyandres supervises the Rare Books and Special Collections Department and the Architecture Library. She is also curator of Russian and East European Studies collections at Notre Dame. Before joining the Hesburgh Libraries, Natasha was a special projects librarian at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford University, and a reference librarian at Joyner Library, East Carolina University. Natasha studied Art History at Moscow State University before receiving a Master of Library and Information Science degree from San Jose State University.

Senior Archivist for University Records 607 Hesburgh Library South Bend, IN 46628 1880 Kenmore South Bend, IN 46617 +1 574 631 4030 07/01/1983

Library Assistant III 402J Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8136 10/16/2011 Mary Sue is a member of the **monographic receipt & discovery team** within the **Resource Description & Discovery Services Unit**. The team is responsible for receiving and ensuring discoverability of incoming material for our library collections. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners.

Library Assistant III 402R Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6218 02/04/1985 Darlene is a member of the **monographic receipt & discovery team** within the **Resource Description & Discovery Services Unit**. The team is responsible for receiving and ensuring discoverability of incoming material for our library collections. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. Darlene also prepares shipments and performs end processing of materials that the library outsources for cataloging.

Library Assistant II 150H Hesburgh Library 03/25/2014 Dana is a member of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program.** Focusing on *Service Excellence,* the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Dana pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material.

Digital Library QA Developer (574) 631-0523 11/15/2018 As our Digital Library quality assurance developer, Rinda maintains testing frameworks for sets of web services, software, and tools developed and hosted by the Hesburgh Libraries. These include Digital Repository Technologies supporting preservation and sharing of research data and software, the library website, digital exhibits, and other tools. These are multi-tiered environments included with web applications, deposit and discovery interfaces, RESTful web services, and asynchronous back end processes. Supporting testing of applications and systems at all levels of the software stack, duties include: ###Testing - Work closely with developers and product owners in creating and managing test plans and test scripts - Develop testing plans including manual functional (UI) testing, automated functional testing, and automated performance testing (unit testing is performed by developers) - Create and maintain automated tests for functional and performance testing - Perform user acceptance training and focus groups as appropriate ### Application Installation Management - Collaborate with Colleagues on automated deployment scripts - Configure applications both manually and using automated scripts ### Design - Participate in systems design and planning discussions

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Instructional Design Librarian 160 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4996 01/01/2017 M.L.I.S. and M.A. in Language, Literature, and Translation, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee; B.A. in Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame As the Instructional Design Librarian for the Hesburgh Libraries, Anna collaborates with other librarians, faculty, and staff to develop in-person and online educational learning and engagement opportunities that enhance student research and critical thinking skills. She is interested in critical approaches to information literacy instruction and education technology.

Visual Resources Curator 216 Riley Hall (574) 631-4273 06/24/1991 Through the Visual Resources Center, Denise provides digitization and access to visual materials and assistance with web design, data visualization, copyright and general support for visual technologies. As a member of the Center for Digital Scholarship team, Denise promotes and advocates the use of digital materials, presentation tools and social networking technologies through digital services and workshops. Denise oversees the creation of a growing digital image collection that supports the teaching and research needs College of Arts and Letters affiliates. She also offers research instruction to classes and one-to-one sessions geared toward finding, implementing, presenting, and managing images along with the use of multimedia in an educational context. Denise holds a Master of Science in Education from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Penn State University. She is a member of the Visual Resources Association.

Program Director 407 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2191 09/01/2016

General Collections Conservation... B005 Reyniers Building (574) 631-7734 05/01/2003 As conservation technician for general collections, Tosha McComb coordinates the day to day repair work for the in-house treatment of circulating and reference collections. As such, she performs treatments to stabilize materials for use, trains and supervises student assistants, and maintains supplies and equipment to support this work.

Library Assistant II 150J Hesburgh Library 12/02/2014 Cindi is a member of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program.** Focusing on *Service Excellence,* the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Cindi pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material.

Library Assistant II 150S Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2584 09/23/1996 Paula is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. Call (574) 631-7578, if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.services.

Digital Project Manager 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4406 01/01/2001 Laurie manages projects in the DARIT Division and consults on an ad hoc basis for other library projects. Together with the other Digital Project Managers, she provides a common contact point for all DARIT project work and endeavors to implement and oversee consistent project management processes throughout the library. ## Project Management - Develop project plans and collaborate with Program Director(s) to set project priorities and high level timelines based on stakeholder needs and strategic library initiatives; - Recommend, implement, document, and oversee consistent project management processes; - Collaborate with technical lead and/or product owner(s) to define project scope, set sprint milestones, and schedule backlog to meet proper implementation of requirements and long-term strategic objectives; - Provide a central communication point for project progress and work to define new channels for internal and external communication. Laurie earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Germanic Languages and Literature and a Master of Science Degree in Instructional Systems Technology, both from Indiana University at Bloomington.

Head 429 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5739 12/01/1990 Mary McKeown serves as head of Resource Description & Discovery Services (RDDS) and as Metadata Strategist. RDDS consists of three teams providing cataloging and metadata services in order to ensure and enhance discoverability of Hesburgh Libraries' collections. As Metadata Strategist, Mary works with colleagues and stakeholders throughout the Libraries to address issues and policies affecting discovery of our bibliographic resources. She also serves as the Libraries' NACO coordinator.

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Unit Head 201A-2 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1703 08/01/1997 M.A. in Library Science, University of Chicago, 1989 B.A. in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1985 Library liaison to Badin Hall, 2014- I've been the Catholic Studies Librarian at Hesburgh Libraries since 2007, providing assistance to faculty, students, and visiting scholars while building the collections in American Catholic studies.

Executive Administrator 1201C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6429 04/08/2002 As the Executive Administrator for the Hesburgh Libraries, Kelly advises and supports the University Librarian and the Hesburgh Libraries’ senior leadership and also provides oversight of the Libraries’ strategic plan and assessment activities. **Strategic Planning** - Oversee the implementation and updating of the Libraries’ strategic plan. - Lead process to identify Libraries’ strategic initiatives for each academic year. - Monitor progress of strategic initiatives and serve as a resource to facilitate success. - Communicate progress on strategic plan within the Libraries and to campus stakeholders. **Assessment** - Coordinate assessment activities within the Libraries. - Lead Libraries’ Assessment Team in developing measures to communicate the impact of the Libraries to stakeholders on campus and beyond, as well identifying measures needed internally to assist with decision making and planning. **Special Projects** - Manage strategic projects on behalf of the University Librarian. - Facilitate official agendas, meetings, and discussions for the Hesburgh Libraries’ Cabinet (library leadership team). - Coordinate Libraries’ special events involving University Senior Leadership. - Represent the University Librarian and Associate University Librarians as needed. - Build strategic partnerships on campus and beyond, on behalf of Library leadership.

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E-Research Librarian 250D Navari Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1546 07/15/2011 M.L.I.S 1994, University of California, Berkeley; M.A. English, 1989 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Ms Meyers is an E-Research librarian in Digital Initiatives and Scholarship where she helps pioneer and provide research data consulting services, including more in-depth data management services in support of grant-funded research. Devotes up to 80% of her time as an embedded e-research librarian on grant-funded research and in collaboration with faculty members' and partner organizations' projects . Serves as an ambassador and advisor to groups and individuals regarding data and digital content management. Provides advice & works with units across campus and externally to provide collaborative, team-based support for reproducible research, data management and software preservation needs, as well as data and metadata services for the Navari Center for Digital Scholarship. Advising for other library and external initiatives as needed. Also hosts, conducts, and/or designs related workshops.

Lead Processing Archivist 607 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9348 09/01/2017 As Lead Processing Archivist for the Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame, Patrick sets policy and provides oversight for the way the Libraries arrange, describe, manage, provide access to, and facilitate discovery of its rich archival and special collections holdings across the departments of Rare Books & Special Collections and University Archives. Patrick holds a bachelor’s degree in History and a Master of Science in Library and Information Science from The Catholic University of America.

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Chemistry and Physics Librarian 231 Nieuwland Science Hall (574) 631-4549 08/03/1992 I have been at Notre Dame since 1992 and consider myself to be creative, innovative and customer focused. My undergraduate degree was in Mathematics and my graduate degree was in Information Science. Both degrees were from the University of Washington in Seattle. I teach CHEM 23201 (How to find and present chemical information) every fall semester to sophomore majors. My interests include using data to provide better customer service and academic genealogies. Personally, I enjoy any aspect of maps, from the extra miler club to the sport of orienteering to making maps.

Library Assistant II 402D Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2495 10/24/2005 Donna is a member of the **request fulfillment & customer services team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. The team is responsible for borrowing research and teaching resources from other institutions or purchasing materials on behalf of our patrons. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility as it responds to requests for borrowing. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with partner institutions, and works closely with other library partners. The interlibrary loan team is cross-trained by function, and works closely with the acquisitions team through its patron-driven acquisitions program. Please see Donna if you have questions about the status of an interlibrary loan borrowing request.

Via Ostilia 15, 00184 - Rome, Italy +39. 06772643612 08/23/2017

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Scholarly Communications Librarian 153 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2987 06/01/2012 As the Scholarly Communications & Undergraduate Engagement Librarian for the Teaching, Research, and User (TRU) services program, Monica collaborates with faculty and staff to provide information and support related to scholarly communication and collaborates with campus stakeholders to develop programs to support and promote undergraduate learning and research. She also serves as the library liaison to the French department.

Head 418 Hesburgh Library 574-631-5333 07/02/2018 The Head of Interlibrary Loan and Acquisitions Services (ILLAS) manages support of resource acquisitions, regardless of format, for all purchased, leased and borrowed library resources. The Head directs existing services for electronic and print resource acquisitions, resource licensing, interlibrary loan borrowing, resource payment, and collection assessment.

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Digital Initiatives Librarian 250E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8604 09/01/2001 MIS, 1987, Drexel University; B.A. Philosophy, 1982, Bethany College Eric Morgan is the Digital Initiatives Librarian in the Center for Digital Scholarship. His current work focuses on assisting faculty and students with text mining and analysis. Though his work involves extensive computing expertise, Eric considers himself to be a librarian first, and a computer user second. His professional goal is to discover new ways to use computers to provide better library service. His research interests have included information retrieval, expert systems, and automated personalization. For more detail, see [http://www.nd.edu/~emorgan/][1] [1]: http://www.nd.edu/~emorgan/

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Africana Studies & Education Librarian 152 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8764 08/01/2005 **MLIS, Wayne State University; B.A., University of Detroit Mercy** Leslie serves as the Africana Studies and Education Librarian within the Hesburgh Libraries. She continues as Concurrent Associate Professional Specialist Faculty to the First Year of Studies. **Professional Service** American Library Association, Black Faculty & Staff Association - University of Notre Dame, 2007 - Academic Librarian Mentor/Coach to Library Science Students and Newly-Minted Librarians of Diversity & Inclusive Communities, 2010 - Advisory Board Member, Association of College & Research Libraries:Framework for Information Literacy, 2015 - 2017 President, Indiana Black Librarians Network- Affiliate, Black Caucus-American Library Association, 2014-2016 **Community Service** Faith Indiana, 2018 - Innovator's Thinkers Camp, Inc., 2009 - Society of St. Vincent De Paul of St. Joseph County, 2007 - Holy Cross Parish, South Bend, Indiana 2012-

Manager 161D Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6824 01/01/2001 Serving as a member of the leadership team for the Teaching, Research, and User Services Program; oversees the library services for the Hesburgh Library and seven (7) branch locations. Primary liaison to various programs and units throughout the Libraries involved in providing customer service and library services. Direct, coordinate, and influence planning efforts around areas such as statewide resource sharing; creation of local borrowing privileges; and other emerging trends in library services. The User Services unit encompasses many aspects of library public services for the Notre Dame community, its visitors, and research partners. - The *circulation services* assist users with the location and circulation of library materials in a multitude of formats (print, electronic, music, media, and microtext). - The *Reserves* team processes items for instructors, making course materials available to students in either physical or electronic format, in accordance with U.S. copyright law. - *Stacks management* is responsible for maintaining the orderly condition of a collection that far surpasses the 3 million volumes Father Theodore Hesburgh envisioned back in 1960. - *Document Delivery* service provides materials, that are held by the Hesburgh libraries, to current Notre Dame Faculty, staff and students to help them meet their research needs in a timely manner. - Finally, but not lastly, the *Interlibrary Loan Lending* service provides Hesburgh Library materials to help other library institutions meet their constituents research needs. **Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Purdue University; Certificate in Paralegal Studies, Indiana University**

Communications and Marketing Specialist 1201A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3951 07/05/2017

IT Systems Analyst 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8291 11/01/2012 Mike is an IT Support Coordinator in LIB-ITS, the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Library. He supports computer hardware and software used by Library faculty, staff and students in a mixed Windows and Macintosh environment. In addition to providing general support, Mike is the person primarily responsible for hardware acquisition, maintenance, and inventory control. ###IT Support Specialization: * Acquisition of hardware: Consult with Library faculty and staff to define what computer hardware is needed, find appropriate vendors and get quotes, purchase hardware. * Maintenance of hardware: If it's broken, Mike will either fix it or find someone who can. He coordinates with various vendors for repair of Library-owned computers, printers, and other devices. * Inventory control: Create inventory record for new hardware, maintain accurate record as hardware moves from one location / person to another location / person, coordinate disposal of obsolete hardware.

Administrative Assistant 201A-3 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6257 09/11/2000 ---------- As Administrative Assistant in the Collections Strategy and Research Services Program, Trudie provides administrative, clerical, and technical support for librarians in both the Area Studies and Global Affairs and the Humanities and Area Studies Units, as well as the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. She acts as a principal communications liaison between those two programs. Trudie began working in the Hesburgh Libraries in the year 2000. ---------- ##Collections Strategy and Subject Services Program## - Provides administrative and technical support for both the Area Studies and Global Affairs and the Humanities and Area Studies Units. - Hires, schedules, trains, and oversees student workers within the two units. - Maintains several Google Groups within the Collections Strategy and Research Services Program. - Serves as an administrator for LibGuides, and trains new subject librarians on using the program to create and maintain their subject guides and course pages. - Provides computer support to both units and answers hardware and software questions, working with Library ITS to resolve computing and web site problems. ## Rare Books and Special Collections ## - Provides administrative and access support in Rare Books and Special Collections. - As the first point of contact in the Special Collections Reading Room, Trudie welcomes patrons, assesses their research needs, and registers them. - Pulls materials, or requests materials to be pulled by staff, student, or a curator. Provides materials to patrons, and instructs them on how to properly handle them. - Monitors the Reading Room when rare books and other materials are being consulted by patrons. Instructs patrons on how to use the scanner, as requested. - Coordinates and facilitates the transfer of materials between Special Collections and the Conservation Unit.

Digital Collections Librarian 203 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5058 07/02/2018

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Economics and Social Science Data... 250F Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9038 08/14/2013 As the Economics and Social Science Data Librarian in the <a href="http://library.nd.edu/cds/" target="_blank">Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship</a>, James offers research consultations to faculty and students, works with library and academic faculty to find, acquire, and analyze data, and holds <a href="http://nd.libcal.com/calendar/allworkshops/?cid=447&t=d&d=0000-00-00&ct[]=20330&cal[]=447" target="_blank">workshops</a> for the university community. He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Southern California.<br> <a href="http://www3.nd.edu/~jng2/assets/cv_jamesng.pdf" target="_blank">Curriculum Vitae</a>

Program Director 1202C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1856 10/01/2012 As a member of the senior leadership team, Tara helps to shape and implement the overall vision, strategic plan, and related strategic initiatives for the Hesburgh Libraries. In addition, she develops and oversees the implementation of library-wide integrated marketing and communications strategies that heighten awareness and support of the vital contributions the Libraries make to teaching, learning and research at Notre Dame. For priority initiatives and special projects, she also creates and implements multiplatform communication strategies in alignment with organizational goals. To this end, Tara works across several areas, including strategic planning, brand development, advertising, online and digital marketing, event marketing, social media, public relations, content development, web design and graphic design. The Libraries’ integrated communications program ensures that Notre Dame students, faculty and other stakeholders have awareness of and access to digital and discipline-specific research expertise, core library services and special programs designed to accelerate learning and advance their research and scholarship. Within the Libraries she leads cross-programmatic, multidisciplinary teams in support of overall strategic vision, core programs and priority initiatives. Tara also works in collaboration with campus partners, including the schools and colleges, centers and institutes, development, Alumni Association and University Communications to advance the mission of the libraries as well as our shared institutional goals on campus and beyond.

Library Assistant III 402X Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6374 09/16/2002 Trish works side-by-side with the **request fulfillment & customer services team** and the **resource logistics & discovery team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. Trish is responsible for accurate and timely payment of invoices related to the purchase of materials and related services. To do so, Trish must maintain a strong relationship with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. Please see Trish if you have questions about the status of an order or payment.

Library Assistant III 402W Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2643 08/02/1999 As a member of the electronic resources unit, Belinda contributes to efforts to: provide access to and support for electronic and serial resources through the creation and maintenance of Aleph and website records for e-resources and serials to ensure effective bibliographic organization and usability. The unit identifies and develops access enhancements such as SFX, eJournal Locator and Metalib integration, along with infrastructure support such as persistent URL management for serial and electronic resources, remote access via ezproxy, and coordination of an electronic resources management system (CORAL). The unit also provides support for usage statistics and manages acquisitions workflow for electronic resources, including trials, licensing, order placement and activation. Primary report a problem mechanism: [Spiceworks][1] [1]: https://sw.library.nd.edu/portal/ "Spiceworks"

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Unit Head 250H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3282 10/01/2012

QA Developer Lead 208 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 9605 09/01/2016 As our quality assurance developer lead, Harsh maintains testing frameworks for sets of web services, software, and tools developed and hosted by the Hesburgh Libraries. These include Digital Repository Technologies supporting preservation and sharing of research data and software, the library website, digital exhibits, and other tools. These are multi-tiered environments included with web applications, deposit and discovery interfaces, RESTful web services, and asynchronous back end processes. Supporting testing of applications and systems at all levels of the software stack, duties include: **Testing** - Work closely with developers and product owners in creating and managing test plans and test scripts - Develop testing plans including manual functional (UI) testing, automated functional testing, and automated performance testing (unit testing is performed by developers) - Create and maintain automated tests for functional and performance testing - Perform user acceptance training and focus groups as appropriate **Application Installation Management** - Collaborate with Colleagues on automated deployment scripts - Configure applications both manually and using automated scripts **Design** - Participate in systems design and planning discussions

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Architecture Librarian 117 Bond Hall (574) 631-9401 08/01/2008 Jennifer Parker is an Associate Librarian and has served as the head of the Architecture Library since August 2008. In addition, she is the Co-Director of the Historic Urban Environments Lab at Notre Dame (HUE/ND) which strives to provide virtual access to unique library materials focused on the built environment through new technologies. She received a Master’s Degree from the University of Virginia and a Master’s in Library Science from the University of Maryland. Prior to the position at Notre Dame she served as Art and Architecture Librarian for the University of Colorado at Boulder and as the Architectural Image Collection Manager for the University of Virginia’s Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library. Her research and practices focus on combining physical and virtual library materials to better integrate library resources into the current academic curriculum.

Librarian-in-Residence 607 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8540 09/01/2018 Arielle Petrovich is the 2018-2020 Librarian-in-Residence. As the Instruction and Outreach Archivist, she works to enhance archival outreach and campus engagement with the goals of raising awareness of institutional diversity and encouraging the use of archival collections in undergraduate classes and research projects. Arielle holds a BA in American Studies from Smith College and a MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons University.

Library Assistant III 402AE Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3255 05/05/1986 Bobbie Lou is a member of the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. The team is responsible for all kinds of routine and project based catalog maintenance and quality control, serials cataloging, processing of government documents and ongoing work to support the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex. Bobbie Lou contributes to copy cataloging of serial titles in print and microform formats and participates in many catalog maintenance activities, including transfers, withdrawals, "bound withs" and partially analyzed titles. Bobbie Lou processes cancellations/cessations of print serial titles and creates/updates publication patterns for currently received serials. She also provides support as needed for the ongoing work involved in transferring materials to the Libraries' Annex.

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Business Librarian L001 Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-9099 01/01/2009 As one of the Business Librarians on campus, Pete provides comprehensive business reference, consultation, and information services to the University of Notre Dame community, in particular to the faculty, staff, and students of the Mendoza College of Business. She designs, teaches, and assesses instructional classes and serves as liaison to multiple programs, departments, and centers within Mendoza and within the University. Pete identifies, selects and acquires materials and databases in support of business information needs at the University.

Library Assistant III 150N Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9197 04/16/2001 Becky is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Becky processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Becky if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Sr. Business Analyst 1224C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4037 01/09/2012 In coordination with the Director, Lee is responsible for general and strategic financial analysis to aid in the development of the Library budget (approximately $31.5 million) with a focus on the materials acquisitions budget. He also serves as a liaison to Program Directors and Selectors to aid with budget questions and guidance. Budget ------ - Assists with the preparation of the Library’s materials acquisition budget (approximately $12.7 million) - Designs reports to aid in financial monitoring and planning - Partners with several program directors to provide financial guidance for their budgets Analysis & Planning ------------------- - Assists the Director with strategic financial planning - Identifies, develops, and recommends suggestions for process improvements - Develops ad hoc reports on an as-needed basis Acquisitions ------------ - Manages the year-end process for closing the Acquisitions budget and rolling it over into the next fiscal year - Manages payments of electronic products and use of ProCards for Acquisitions - Works with Selectors to manage available funds

Media Digitization Specialist 203 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3099 07/16/2009 Patrick Rader is a Media Digitization Specialist who primarily works with digitization of video. He manages the daily operation of media reformatting and video streaming services, and contributes to the creation and provision of access to digital collections. His responsibilities include: • Oversight of the daily operations of video digitization, including content management, troubleshooting, exception handling, and coordination of tasks among support staff. • Serving as the primary contact with teaching and research faculty who use streaming video services for course teaching, and ensuring web access points of service.

Collections Processing Technician 402T Hesburgh Library 5746311795 11/01/2017 Gabe is a member of the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. His primary responsibility is catalog maintenance/quality control and problem analysis/resolution in support of the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex.

Library Assistant III 150 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8424 08/03/2005 Pete is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Patron Services, Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Pete processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Pete if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Application Developer and Systems... 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3065 04/01/2008 As a Sr. Applications Development Technician, Justin provides development and support for many of the back end systems of the Library. He integrates disparate systems, builds software that enables many of the functions of the library and maintains ongoing production and development of custom software. ###Application Development and Support - Support the operation of the library ILS back end through process improvement, maintenance, automation, configuration and data management - Support systems such as Koha, that provide auxiliary discovery and collection management services for remote study locations - Provide desktop client support for the ILS system - Develop and enhance reports against the collection data - Provide triage support for networking related to various library service - Develop and maintain data integration services for the primary library discovery system - Develop and maintain integration services between Campus Card Office and University Library systems

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Special Collections Librarian 117 Bond Hall 631-6018 07/01/2014 As Special Collections Librarian, Robichaud is responsible for rare books, special collections, and archival materials in the Architecture Library and the Institute for Latino Studies’ Samora Library. Robichaud holds a Masters in Science in Library Science from the Catholic University of America, where she concentrated in Cultural Heritage Information Management, specializing in archival studies and rare book librarianship. Her training in libraries and archives is complemented by her background in art and architectural history having studied both at the Johns Hopkins University (MA) and Concordia University (BA). Robichaud is an active participant in the Art Libraries Society of North America and is a member of the Art Libraries Section Standing Committee for the International Federation of Library Associations.

Sr Programmer 208 Hesburgh Library 03/15/2016 LaRita is part of the Digital Library Technologies Unit focused on digital repository services including our Institutional Repository, CurateND, providing content management, access controls, discovery, security, and digital preservation of campus research data and unique library collections. Duties include: - Develop front end applications to enable searching across research data and library collections; - Orchestrating user and automated workflows - Develop systems to automate image and other format transmissions - Develop Data collection Tools - Develop applications and systems to manage metadata

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Political Science Librarian 201D Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8901 09/01/2018 As the Political Science Librarian, Mark Robison works with students and faculty in the Department of Political Science, the Keough School of Global Affairs, and elsewhere on campus, to support their research. To connect these students and faculty to the information they need, Mark provides research consultations and delivers library instruction sessions. Mark is also responsible for the development and management of the political science collection. His research interests include student outreach, transfer student success, and "libraries of things."

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102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5835 01/07/1996 Joe Ross is responsible for original cataloging of materials designated for Rare Books and Special Collections, with an emphasis on early printed books. He also serves as subject liaison to the Program for the History and Philosophy of Science, including the John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values.

Annex Assistant Library Annex 574-631-8924 02/20/2017 Kara is a member of the **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research, and User Services Program**. Focusing on Service Excellence, the team at the Hesburgh Libraries Annex is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Hesburgh Libraries Annex team is facilitating access for the Notre Dame community with materials located in the Annex via lending, delivery, and electronic scans. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Kara helps maintain access to all materials at the Annex and processes ILL Lending Requests. Kara accurately processes materials added to the storage system to ensure timely access for faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Kara for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

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Special Collections Curator 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6506 10/25/1994

Strategic Resource Description... 402K Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2008 08/21/2017 Hannah performs a variety of cataloging and resource description functions to support the discovery of Hesburgh Libraries’ most unique collections. As a member of the **Strategic Resource Discovery Services** team responsible for MARC 21 based cataloging of rare and special collections materials, Hannah also works closely with the Lead Processing Archivist to create finding aids for archival collections in both the University Archives and Rare Books & Special Collections. This position also supports description, discovery and metadata needs for digital exhibits, collections and special projects, as needed.

Metadata & Discovery Systems Specialist 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4038 07/01/1999 As a member of the Batch Processing unit, Sandy primarily works on batch loading of vendor MARC records for large e-book collections that the Libraries acquire. She analyzes record sets, makes necessary corrections and changes, and communicates directly with vendors about records’ availability and quality. Sandy’s additional responsibilities include participating in catalog maintenance activities for electronic resources, such as clean up of catalog records.

Personnel Specialist 1201N Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3972 01/27/1997 Reporting to the Director, Michelle administers the Libraries’ human resources and payroll functions, including recruiting and hiring activities, preparing and managing employee records, and guiding managers and supervisors on University personnel policies and procedures. Hiring ------ - Faculty: Support Faculty Search and CAP committees. - Faculty: Coordinate the reappointment and promotion process. - Staff: – Work with supervisors to post and recruit for staff positions. - Staff: Fill temporary and summer employment positions. - Students: Point of contact for students interested in library employment; refers students to supervisors with open positions in their departments. Payroll ------- - Coordinate Ultra Time hourly payroll for the Libraries. - Work with Payroll Services to resolve questions and concerns regarding hourly, semi-monthly, and bi-weekly payrolls. - Ensure accurate pay for employees who are on FMLA leave or Worker's Compensation. Human Resources --------------- - Point of contact for Human Resources-related policy questions or issues. - Work with Human Resources to ensure accurate documentation and tracking of FMLA issues. - Work with Risk Management to ensure timely documentation of Worker's Comp related issues.

Library Assistant III 402AG Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4046 11/16/1981 Jayne is a member of the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. The team is responsible for all kinds of routine and project based catalog maintenance and quality control, serials cataloging, processing of government documents and ongoing work to support the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex. Jayne's primary focus is the maintenance of records for print serials which support access as well as the management of ordering, receipt, claiming, and binding of serial resources. Please see Jayne if you have questions about the status of a print serial.

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Medieval Studies Librarian 715B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5724 01/09/2012 Julia Schneider is the subject specialist for Medieval Studies. She received a PhD and a master's degree from Notre Dame's Medieval Institute with concentrations in liturgy, theology, and intellectual history; she also has a master's degree in historical theology from St. Louis University. She is currently pursuing a Master of Library and Information Science degree with a concentration in Rare Books at the University of Illinois. Her subject coverage includes most historical disciplines used in the study of the Middle Ages in the West (approximately 400 AD - 1517 AD).

Supervisor 161A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4584 12/14/1998 Michele is responsible for the supervision of staff in the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Staff in this subunit are responsible for providing library services at six unique branch locations; Architecture, Business, Chemistry-Physics, Engineering, Mathematics, Music and two Hesburgh service points, the first floor Circulation, and lower level Reserves, Microtext and Media Services desks.

IT Support Coordinator 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6640 03/31/2008 Kim is an IT Support Coordinator in LIB-ITS, the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Library. She supports computer hardware and software used by Library faculty, staff and students in a mixed Windows and Macintosh environment. In addition to providing general support, Kim is the person primarily responsible for support of Xerox/Pharos printers, Reference area PCs, and specialized IT equipment. She is our primary go-to person when it comes to moving faculty/staff from one place to another. ###IT Support Specialization: * Xerox/Pharos printers: Kim monitors status of public printers, coordinates maintenance, repair, and is the laiason between the Library, OIT, and Xerox. * Reference Area: Serves as liaison between Library and OIT in the Reference area shared environment. Leads discussions aimed at solving problems and providing better services. * Specialized equipment: Coordinates purchase, maintenance and repair of open-book scanners, microfische scanners, and other specialized IT equipment in public and staff areas. * Moves: Coordinate with Library Facilities, Network Engineering, Telecommunications and others to facilitate moving faculty and staff from one area of the Library to another.

Senior Systems Administrator 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7892 08/20/1991 As a Sr Systems Administrator, Bill provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Bill administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Windows systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. - Configure and manager Operating System images for Windows and Mac OS ###Collaborate with the OIT - Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images. - Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions. - Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems. ###Research, Evaluation, and Documentation - Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries. - Document infrastructure and systems changes.

Program Director 406 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4036 02/18/2011 Laura is director of an integrated collection description and discovery program referred to as RAD. The work of the program is carried out by three units: Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services, Resource Description & Discovery Services, and Discovery Access & Systems *(managed jointly with the Program Director for Information Technology)* The Program is responsible for acquisitions of licensed print and e-resources, interlibrary loan, cataloging/metadata creation and enrichment, and material discovery through various systems. RAD's mission is to make the Libraries' resources discoverable to the University community and beyond. ---------- A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Laura holds a bachelor's degree in French and master's degree in Library and Information Studies. ---------- Follow Laura on [**LinkedIn**][3], [**Twitter**][4], and [**Google+**][5]. ---------- [3]: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurasill [4]: https://twitter.com/laslibrary [5]: https://plus.google.com/116226395700592062536/posts

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Music Librarian 310F O'Neill Hall (574) 631-2447 01/09/2012 Robert has served as the Music Librarian at the University of Notre Dame since 2012. His primary role is to serve as liaison to the Department of Music and the Sacred Music program, providing outreach, instruction and personalized research support for faculty and students. He oversees the development and management of the entire music collection to ensure it meets the teaching and research goals on campus and is properly cataloged and discoverable. Robert is proud to have led the design and transition of the collection to the new branch Music Library in O'Neill Hall that opened January 2018. As a musicologist, Robert has concentrated on the life and music of Czech composer Bohuslav Martinů, publishing *Bohuslav Martinů: An Information and Research Guide* in 2014. He frequently collaborates with the Martinů Institute in Prague, conducting primary source research and serving as a redactor and English language editor for the Bohuslav Martinů Complete Edition. Currently he is working on critical editions of Martinů's one-act opera *Ariane* as well as Dvořák's three *Slavonic Rhapsodies*. In the broader field of 20th Century music of Central and Eastern Europe, Robert is interested in expressions of musical nationalism and the impact of Socialist Realism. M.L.I.S., Dominican University M.M., Ohio University B.M., Baldwin-Wallace College

Organizational Development Librarian 1201H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2871 12/09/1988 As the Organizational Development Librarian, Marcy assesses and enhances the effectiveness of the Libraries’ organizational structure and operations by working closely with cabinet members, supervisors, faculty colleagues, library teams, and campus partners. Human Resources --------------- - Integrate the University and Library-wide goals, values, and perspectives into the Libraries’ internal functions, such as position design, the recruitment and orientation processes, goal statements, assessment and recognition, team composition, program planning, and communication. - Work with CAP, ELF, and individual supervising librarians to ensure that CAP and faculty manual guidelines are regularly reviewed, maintained, and communicated. Organizational Development -------------------------- - Integrate goals, values, and culture statements into position design, recruitment process, performance management, recognition and internal communication efforts. - Oversee the annual review process for both staff and faculty. - Administer the local training and development budget. - Provide informal coaching and structured training to strengthen individual, management, and team effectiveness. - Oversee OD-related library teams such as the May/June Institute Team, the Performance Recognition Awards Team, the Faculty and Staff Training and Development Team, the Professional Development Committee, the Orientation Team, and the ND Voice Team. Recruitment ----------- - Assist in developing recruitment strategies for faculty positions and designing position descriptions for faculty and for staff in the Library Family of the HR job architecture.

Director 1201G Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2938 11/20/1999 As the Director of the Administrative and Central Resources Program, Matt oversees the financial operating framework for the Hesburgh Libraries and is also responsible for human resources administration and building maintenance. Financial Oversight ------------------- - Oversee annual budget for Hesburgh Libraries. - Steward endowments, library priorities, and donor designations. - Develop short-term and long-term budget priorities and strategies. - Coordinate financial operations with Office of the Provost. - Manage year-to-date financial performance and year-end performance versus budget. - Develop and recommend policies specific to the Hesburgh Libraries. - Serve as primary liaison with University financial offices. ## Personnel and Staffing ## - Ensure compliance with University policies and procedures governing all personnel areas: recruiting, hiring, appointments, promotion, attendance, payroll, separation, and FMLA. - Manage communication of personnel activities and issues between the Hesburgh Libraries, Human Resources, and the Provost’s Office. - Develop and recommend policies specific to the Hesburgh Libraries. ## Manage Program Area ## - Supervise employees in the Administrative and Central Resources Program. - Participate on senior leadership teams, representing interests of the Program. - Communicate Library initiatives to Program staff, ensuring their engagement and understanding. - Assist in strategic planning for the Library, and lead goal planning for the Program.

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GIS/Anthropology Librarian Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, 250G Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7313 08/01/2013 Matthew is an Assistant Librarian based in the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship. His responsibilities are focused on Geographic Information System and Data Visualization and include teaching workshops and classes as well as assisting students and faculty with research projects related to maps and spatial data analysis. Mat's research is focused on how humans interact with, and are affected by, their environment. This includes both ecological modeling and assessing environmental toxins. He received his B.S. from the University of South Carolina in Marine Science and Anthropology and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Archaeology from Stony Brook University. **Courses Taught:** AL33201: Geographic Information Systems CSC 33300: Home and Dome (Introduction to Community-Based Research) DS64645: Data Visualization

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Program Director 157 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4271 03/01/2000 **M.L.S., Indiana University; B.A., Earlham College.** Cheri Smith is the Psychology Librarian and Program Director for the **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. As Program Director she oversees the functions of the Hesburgh Libraries **Teaching, Research and User Engagement Unit** and the **User Services Unit** Her interests include information literacy, library reference services, and open access publishing. [***Publications***][1] [1]: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=EG6GLOkAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

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Visual Arts Librarian 201A-1 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7665 01/01/1990 As Visual Arts Librarian, Marsha works with the departments of Art, Art History, and Design and Film, Television and Theatre. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied art history, history, and library science, and later received an additional graduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research centers on the churches of Rome, with a particular focus on Santa Brigida in the Piazza Farnese.

Data Integrity & Discovery Systems... 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4631 10/01/1984 Lisa’s primary responsibilities include managing day-to-day work of a busy unit that is responsible for cataloging of electronic resources, batch loading of vendor records for large e-book collections and datasets, and physical processing and cataloging of Government Documents in all formats. She distributes assignments to unit members, provides training and support, manages student assistants, and acts as a primary contact for unit’s work intake. Lisa often collaborates with the System’s librarian on library-wide projects that require both cataloging and technical expertise. Lisa works closely with [Nastia Guimaraes][1], Head of Batch Processing and Data Support units, to set goals and direction for the unit in support of the Libraries’ and University strategic initiatives. [1]: https://library.nd.edu/utilities/directory/employees/aguimara

Digital Library Data Curation 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9269 06/09/2007 As the Digital Library Data Curation Developer within the Digital Library Technologies Unit, Mark designs and develops digital library frameworks and applications with an emphasis on data curation. Mark works with librarians, campus partners, and researchers to embed research data curation tools and workflows into active research projects for archiving and sharing data in our institutional repository CurateND (http://curate.nd.edu), or other relevant community repositories. Duties include: - Design and develop digital library applications supporting digital library and data curation services - Provide technical leadership in data architecture and design for digital library data projects - With campus partners, develop services and web clients to manage, archive, and share research data - Create APIs and processes to integrate other campus systems with CurateND from groups like Engineering Science and Computing, Center for Research Computing, and Digital Production. - Work with librarians and campus partners through our Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship to develop data models and tools to tag and describe data and collections with domain specific ontologies

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Curator 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7845 09/01/2012 Julie Tanaka is curator of Rare Books and subject specialist for Western European History. She also heads public services for Special Collections and is the library liaison to the Program of Liberal Studies. Julie has a BA from San Jose State University in Humanities with a concentration in European Studies, MA in Classics from the University of California, Irvine, MLIS from the University of Washington, and PhD in European History, specializing in 15th and 16th century German History, from the University of California, Berkeley.

Supervisor 161C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4566 08/31/1993 As Supervisor of the **Document Delivery and Stacks Managemente Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**, Clara is responsible for the day-to-day management of these two subunit service areas. - **Document Delivery** is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community as well as to the other Michiana Academic Library Consortium (MALC) institutions of St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Bethel Colleges. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads - **Stacks Management** is responsible for all activities related to maintaining neat, orderly and easily accessible collections. Excellent patron service is the core of our team and Clara guides and assists staff to meet this objective. In collaboration with Tracey Morton, Frontline Services Manager, she sets goals and direction for the team to ensure quality service. Contact Clara regarding any questions or concerns related to Document Delivery or Stacks Management issues.

Library Assistant III 402B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4045 10/27/1997 Leigh is a member of the **acquisitions team** within the **Interlibrary Loan & Acquisitions Services Unit**. The team is responsible for purchasing and processing material for our library collection. With the patron as its service focus, the team strives for speed, efficiency, accuracy and fiscal responsibility in ordering, claiming, receiving and paying for library resources. To do so, the team maintains strong relationships with vendors and donors, and works closely with other library partners. The acquisitions team is cross-trained by function, and supports the interlibrary loan process through its patron-driven acquisitions program. Please see Leigh if you have questions about the status of an order or payment or the processing of a gift donation.

IT Systems Analyst 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7176 05/21/2001 Beata is an IT Support Coordinator in LIB-ITS, the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Library. Since 2001 she has supported computer hardware and software used by Library faculty, staff and students in a mixed Windows and Macintosh environment. In addition to providing general support, Beata is the person primarily responsible for support of specialized software used for Interlibrary Loan and the Business Library. She also coordinates LIB-ITS loanable equipment. ###IT Support Specialization: - ILL/DocDel: Beata provides training and troubleshooting to Library staff using ILLiad. She writes/modifies scripts, screens, and tables - Business Library: Coordinates support of PCs and specialized database licensing and installation. - Loanable Equipment: Ensures that laptops, projectors, and other equipment available for loan through LIB-ITS is available and in good working order for you.

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Coordinator 150P Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9173 06/01/2012 Abby is a member of the **Circulation Services Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**.. Focusing on Service Excellence, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with User Services Unit objectives, Abby processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, supports Document Delivery services, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Abby if you have questions about Reserves or Circulation services.

Project Manager 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2954 03/31/2014 Miranda oversees the management of projects in three programs: Information Technology, Discovery Services, Resource Acquisitions and Delivery Services, and Digital Initiatives and Scholarship. She provides a common contact point for all DARIT project work and endeavors to implement and oversee consistent project management processes throughout the library. Responsibilities Include: • Develop project plans and collaborate with Program Director(s) to set project priorities and high level timelines based on stakeholder needs and strategic library initiatives; • Recommend, implement, document, and oversee consistent project management processes; • Collaborate with technical lead and/or product owner(s) to define project scope, set sprint milestones, and schedule backlog to meet proper implementation of requirements and long-term strategic objectives; • Provide a central communication point for project progress and work to define new channels for internal and external communication. Miranda has a bachelor’s degree in Computational Mathematics from Saint Mary’s College and is currently working on her master’s degree in Project Management from Keller School of Management.

Assistant Director 250 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4900 12/02/2013 As Assistant Director, Julie manages day-to-day operations at the Center and provides support for all campus user groups across Center service areas. In addition, Julie collaborates across Library and University units to coordinate continual development of Center services, spaces, and technology, as well as to develop partnerships and new initiatives. Julie is a 2004 alumna of the University of Notre Dame and received her MPH from the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health.

Edward H. Arnold University Librarian 1201E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7790 07/25/2011 Diane Parr Walker was appointed the Edward H. Arnold University Librarian at the University of Notre Dame in 2011.<br /><br /> The [Hesburgh Libraries][1] at Notre Dame include more than 175 faculty and staff members and comprise the main Hesburgh Library and eight branch libraries across campus. Together the libraries contain more than 3.5 million physical volumes, offer access to an equal number of electronic titles, and are visited by over 1 million people each year. <br /><br /> Walker’s vision for the libraries is grounded in her abiding commitment to supporting the academic and research goals of the university. Through her leadership, she has clarified that the mission of the Hesburgh Libraries is and always has been to connect people to knowledge. The Libraries’ job is to acquire, preserve, organize and steward knowledge in any format, making it accessible to all scholars throughout time and across geographic boundaries.<br /><br /> Walker previously served University Libraries at the University of Virginia in several roles over nearly 27 years, first as music librarian, and finally as deputy university librarian. She is a past president of the Music Library Association and serves on the boards of the Academic Libraries of Indiana, the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services, the Catholic Research Resources Alliance, and the Academic Preservation Trust (APTrust). She began her research library career at the University of Illinois and the State University of New York at Buffalo. She earned master’s degrees in musicology from the University of Iowa and in library and information science from the University of Illinois. Her bachelor’s degree in music literature is from MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois. [1]: http://library.nd.edu "Hesburgh Libraries"

Associate University Librarian 1202B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6495 12/01/2012 Zheng (John) Wang is Associate University Librarian for Digital Access, Resources, and Information Technology at the University of Notre Dame. He provides leadership and guidance and manages vision and strategies in the development and optimization of library systems and applications, and digital, technical, and delivery services. Selected Responsibilities: - Provide Leadership and Vision by playing a leading role in library-wide strategic planning, resource management, and assessment and helping to develop and convey a clear and compelling vision; - Closely align goals, structure, resources, and values with those of the University; - Energize the organization through emphasis on collaboration, flexibility, empowerment, on-going learning, service excellence, and a commitment to work together as one team; - Maintain, develop, and inspire a strategically-focused and highly knowledgeable workforce; - Coach and empower program directors and team leaders to excel both directly and through effective delegation and management; - Build and deepen campus relationships, identifying opportunities to share resources provide targeted services and programs, and productively collaborate. He is a librarian and a technologist, holding both Master of Arts in Library and Information studies as well as Mast of Science in Information Systems. His experience includes content workflow, user-centered design, usability methodologies, Web systems, and application development. His professional aspiration is to integrate library online and offline services seamlessly for users.  He published and lectured in the areas of web services and analytics, digital library development, project management, collection supply chain management, and digital scholarship. 

Special Collections Digital Project... 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5610 07/05/2000 Sara Weber is the Digital Project Specialist within Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC). Her primary focuses are the digitization of rare materials held by Hesburgh Libraries for research, publishing and web use, and the design and mamagement of all RBSC websites. Sara also provides graphic design for RBSC exhibitions, outreach and Web sites, serves as a consultant for initiatives that involve RBSC content, provides primary on-site technical and maintenance support for Mac computers within the department, and provides support for faculty and staff using the technology in the RBSC digital seminar room. Sara has a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Notre Dame ('00), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Siena Heights University ('95).

Library Assistant III 402AH Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1580 02/21/2000 Nelson is a member of the **Serials, Holdings and Discovery Quality** team in the **Resource Description & Discovery Services** unit. The team is responsible for all kinds of routine and project based catalog maintenance and quality control, serials cataloging, processing of government documents and ongoing work to support the transfer of materials to the Libraries' Annex. Nelson's focus is the copy and original cataloging of serial titles in print and microform formats. Nelson regularly performs serials cataloging for Special Collections. Additionally, Nelson contributes to catalog maintenance activities and work in support of the Annex transfer as needed.

Web Developer 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9445 03/12/2012 Andy is the unit web and graphic designer. Responsibilities include template design, page composition design, compliance with web standards and norms, development and maintenance of centralized web assets such as javascript and CSS, and images. As a graphic designer, Andy is responsible for creating professional design elements, color schemes, and branding components for a wide variety of sites that the library promotes for use in the academy. Andy is proficient in producing designs for a variety of purposes that include instruction, exhibition, discovery, and generalized web content. He also offers consultation services for library faculty, staff, and the teaching and research faculty of the university.

Library Business Analyst 1224D Hesburgh Library 574-631-8485 04/10/2017 In coordination with the Director and the Senior Business Analyst, Lindsay is responsible for general and strategic financial analysis to aid in the development and management of the Library budget (approximately $31.5 million). She also serves as a liaison to Program Directors to aid with budget questions and guidance. Budget ------ - Assists with the preparation of the Library’s overall budget (approximately $31.5 million) - Designs reports to aid in financial monitoring and planning - Partners with several program directors to provide financial guidance for their budgets - Facilitates, reviews, and approves various aspects of procurement, payments, and expense reimbursement Analysis & Planning ------------------- - Assists the Director with strategic financial planning - Identifies, develops, and recommends suggestions for process improvements - Oversees quarterly review and analysis of the budget

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Sr. Software Engineer 208 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8864 06/01/2014 As a software engineer for the WSE unit, Dan is responsible for a wide variety of tasks. His primary duties include software development, user interface design and implementation, application and data integration, as well as consultation. With a focus on user interface development, Dan works closely with the unit user experience professional as well as the digital library team in order to develop highly usable front ends for a variety of web based library services. ###Software Engineering - User interface design and implementation - Service integration - Mobile compatibility - Section 508 compliance - Adherence to current web standards - Consultation on application design

Senior Administrative Assistant to... 1201J Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7780 10/13/2008 As senior administrative assistant, Michele coordinates the activities of and provides primary support for the University Librarian (UL), which includes performing all clerical duties, scheduling, and travel arrangements. Michele serves as a liaison between the Library Advisory Council members and University employees, which entails coordinating meetings and events for the Advisory Council, notifying the Development and Stewardship Offices of Council concerns, and maintaining records for the Council. She coordinates meetings, maintains rosters, creates agendas, and takes minutes for the University Committee on Libraries. Michele holds a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education from the University of Central Florida. Administrative Support for University Librarian ----------------------------------------------- - Manage calendar, schedule meetings and appointments, and relay messages for the University Librarian. - Take meeting minutes, prepare correspondence, obtain UL signatures, maintain files for Office of UL, make travel arrangements, and prepare expense reports for the University Librarian. - Provide clerical support, coordinate events, maintain the web page, and serve as the liaison for the University Committee on Libraries. -Proofread and edit marketing and promotional information for the Communications and Marketing Program Director, the Executive Administrator, and the University Librarian. Foik Award Committee -------------------- - Compile and manage nominations and committee activities of Foik Award Committee. - Create a committee composed of 3 T&R faculty, 1 student, and the 3 most recent recipients of the Paul J. Foik, C.S.C. Award (invite members, provide instructions, give clerical support). - Schedule a meeting to select the award recipient, correspond with committee members, send instructions for selecting a recipient, and assist with writing the citation for the Provost. Library Advisory Council ------------------------ - Maintain all correspondence files and contact information for members of the Library Advisory Council. - Coordinate all activities, events, transportation needs, lodging, etc. for advisory council members. - Work with the University Librarian and the Advisory Council Chair to create an agenda for Council weekends, and then provide all administrative support needed for the members.

Library Assistant III 150D Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4350 11/12/2014 Whitney is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Whitney processes materials for print reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Whitney if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.