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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 am responsible for circulation, interlibrary loan, and reserves services at the Libraries.

I am the liaison to faculty and students in the use of government documents and provide general and specialized reference assistance and instruction. I oversee the government documents collections including North Dakota state documents and federal documents from various federal agencies. 

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 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. 

My responsibilities include providing general and specific reference, instruction, and information literacy services for NDSU students, staff, and faculty; serving as a liaison to departments in the social sciences; and managing parts of the library collection that pertain to the social sciences.