Created all policies and procedures for cataloging and technical services.
Answered reference questions from museum staff and public guests.
Supervised 30 volunteers assisting with the unpacking and classification of approximately 30,000 items. With Library Director, trained a group of 32 volunteers to supplement library staffing, and supervised these individuals in their assigned tasks.
Served on the Cataloging Policies and Practices Review Committee, the InfoLinks Review Committee, and the Cataloger's Working Group at the University of Arkansas in support of the library's consortial arrangement with the university.
In conjunction with the University of Arkansas Libraries, planned for adoption, rollout, and implementation of RDA in both the museum's library, as well as consortia-wide.
With an independent vendor, OCLC, and the University of Arkansas Libraries’ staff, managed the loading of bibliographic data for approximately 30,000 items into the local bibliographic database and catalog. Ensured initial holdings and bibliographic data were accurately reflected in WorldCat.
Managed the implementation of a museum-specific catalog scope and branding of the Museum’s online catalog, supervising and coordinating the work of other librarians and digital media staff.
Created all original and copy catalog records for serials, monographic items, and electronic resources using a variety of controlled vocabularies, thesauri, and cataloging standards in OCLC’s Connexion Client and Innovative Interfaces’ Millennium system.
Actively served on a committee that set and managed all digital strategies, prioritization, and platforms for the Museum.
Supported digital projects through metadata creation and standardization in ContentDM, as well as advising on best practices for scanning items that are one-of-a-kind.
Managed interns and volunteers in the creation of finding aids for the library’s letters and manuscripts; and also managed the digitization of these items.