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Scholarly Resource Assessment Librarian
Interim Head, Resource Acquisitions & Access
+1 574 631 8901 | mrobiso2@nd.edu | 140 Hesburgh Library

As the Political Science and Peace Studies Librarian, Mark Robison works with students and faculty in the Department of Political Science, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, 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 responsible for the development and management of the political science collection. He also serves as one of three Scholarly Resource Assessment Librarians. His research interests include student outreach, transfer student success, and "libraries of things."

Mark also serves as the interim head of the Resource Acquisition and Access unit, which is responsible for ordering, receiving, and paying for the thousands of materials that the Libraries adds to its collections each year.

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Acquisitions Assistant
(574) 631-5629 | bdean1@nd.edu | monoacqr@nd.edu | 402H Hesburgh Library

As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Barb is responsible for acquiring a wide range of requested materials, including print monographics and electronic books. Additionally, Barb manages the receipt process for these materials.

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Electronic Resources Associate
(574) 631-1655 | Megan.Elsen.2@nd.edu | 402AM Hesburgh Library

As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Electronic Resource Associate works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of electronic scholarly resources with an emphasis on one-time purchases, including electronic book packages, datasets, and digital primary resource collections. Megan provides patron support for electronic resource issues and communicates with library vendors regarding one-time acquisitions, trial management, licensing, and product performance.

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Acquisitions Assistant
(574) 631-8136 | mmackey1@nd.edu | 402J Hesburgh Library

As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Mary Sue focuses on special collections purchases and coordinates the logistics for large acquisitions.

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Acquisitions Assistant
(574) 631-4045 | ltaylor2@nd.edu | ndmonacq@nd.edu | 402N Hesburgh Library

As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Leigh manages orders for print monographs & electronic books, and processes print serials.

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