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Subject Librarians

I oversee the reference and instructional activities of the subject librarians and function as a primary resource for teaching and instruction.

Manage the Libraries' Systems Department, administer Alma (ILS; Ex Libris), coordinate Primo (discovery service; Ex Libris, with ODIN consortium); Institutional Repository (DSpace), administer/coordinate Digital Horizons consortium support (contentDM)

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My responsibilities include providing general and specific reference, instruction, and information literacy services for students, staff, and faculty (including those working for NDSU Extension Services); serving as a liaison to the agricultural sciences department; managing parts of the library collection that pertain to the agricultural sciences; and participating in library related national and state agricultural initiatives (including maintaining the North Dakota Rangelands website).

I oversee the acquisition, receipt, payment, cataloging and processing of materials; maintenance of relevant modules of the Libraries’ ILS database; management of license and agreement records for electronic resources. I am also the liaison to the departments of Architecture/Landscape Architecture, Visual Arts, and Interior Design.

I am the liaison to departments in the Humanities; provide reference assistance, instruction, and information literacy services to all NDSU students, staff, and faculty; manage library collections in the humanities, the Shott Collection, and media such as audiobooks and DVDs. 

I provide reference, instruction and information literacy services to all NDSU students, staff and faculty. As a liaison librarian, I also provide specialized reference services and manage the collections in the physical and biological sciences, while participating in library and science-related outreach activities.

I oversee the Health Sciences Library and act as liaison to health sciences departments. I provide general and specialized reference and instructional services to students and faculty.