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Education

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Master of Library Science

19982001

Master of Science

University of Missouri-St. Louis

Focus in Botany (molecular & morphological systematics)

  • University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
  • Organization for Tropical Studies course in tropical plant systematics, Costa Rica
  • Field work conducted in Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and Cuba
19921996

Bachelor of Science

  • Graduated with Honors in Biology, (Minors: Geology and Chemistry)

Work experience

Apr 2000Present

Website Design and Maintenance

Angiosperm Phylogeny Website
  • Responsible for layout, design and maintaining website
  • Collaborate in developing content of website, including plant chemical structures, glossary, image collection
  • Monitor site use and traffic
  • Featured in Science ("NetWatch," vol. 296, 5 April 2002) and the Scout Report (vol. 1, 22 February 2002)
Dec 2010Present

Associate Head, Collection Management

North Carolina State University Libraries
  • Shares the management responsibility for a department of nine librarians and two staff - oversee and guide collection development/management in science and engineering areas, directly supervising three librarians; lead and delegate collections projects specific to science/engineering; collaborate with Head of Department on planning & policy development, budget allocation and management; deputize for Head of Department in his/her absence
  • Leads the department's data analysis efforts -serve as Collection Management's primary representative in collaborative initiatives related to the NCSU Digital Repository, including  E-Science projects and Research Data Management support; oversee and identify projects to optimize collection assessment efforts including ways to leverage electronic and print usage statistics, citation analysis, ARL metrics, and other collection intelligence tools such as in-house ERM (E-Matrix); expand collection analytics training and self-sufficiency across department; supervises NCSU Libraries Fellow for collection analytics
  • Liaison for Chemistry, Math & Statistics faculty and researchers in support of NCSU's mission to further research and teaching; responsible for building and evaluating collections in all formats; negotiate with vendors and publishers; evaluate donations
  • Serve on Physical and Engineering Sciences Subject Team - collaborate with science & engineering librarians on print and electronic resources evaluation, serials reviews, development of subject guides; engage in outreach via Physical & Engineering Sciences blog (www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/pes)
  • Serve on library-wide committees and strategic initiatives project teams working with Reference, Digital Library Initiatives, Personnel, Systems, Acquisitions, Special Collections, Scholarly Communications Center, Director's Council
Apr 2008Dec 2010

Assistant Head, Collection Management for Engineering & E-Science at NCSU Libraries

North Carolina State University Libraries
  • Shares the management responsibility for a department of nine librarians and two staff - oversee and guide collection development/management in science and engineering areas, directly supervising three librarians; lead and delegate collections projects specific to science/engineering; collaborate with Head of Department on planning & policy development, budget allocation and management; deputize for Head of Department in his/her absence
  • Leads the department's data analysis efforts -serve as Collection Management's primary representative in collaborative initiatives related to the NCSU Digital Repository, including potential e-science projects and data collections; oversee and identify projects to optimize collection assessment efforts including ways to leverage electronic and print usage statistics, citation analysis, ARL metrics, and other collection intelligence tools such as in-house ERM (E-Matrix); expand collection analytics training and self-sufficiency across department; supervises NCSU Libraries Fellow for collection analytics
  • Liaison for Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Math & Statistics faculty and researchers in support of NCSU's mission to further research and teaching; responsible for building and evaluating collections in all formats; negotiate with vendors and publishers; evaluate donations
  • Serve on Physical and Engineering Sciences Subject Team - collaborate with science & engineering librarians on print and electronic resources evaluation, serials reviews, development of subject guides; engage in outreach via Physical & Engineering Sciences blog (www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/pes)
  • Serve on library-wide committees and strategic initiatives project teams working with Reference, Digital Library Initiatives, Personnel, Systems, Acquisitions, Special Collections, Scholarly Communications Center, Director's Council
Jun 2006Apr 2008

Collection Manager for Physical Sciences, Engineering & Data Analysis at NCSU Libraries

North Carolina State University Libraries
  • Collection Manager for Physical and Mathematical Sciences - serve as liaison for Chemistry, Physics, Math, Statistics and selected Engineering faculty and researchers in support of NCSU's mission to further research and teaching; responsible for building and evaluating collections in all formats including books, conference proceedings, journals, databases; use Sirsi ILS to manage funds and conduct data analysis; negotiate with vendors and publishers; evaluate donations; responsible for maintaining and analyzing collections data for the Libraries in the form of regular and on-demand statistical reports as defined by departmental and library goals; coordinator for data collection for planning documents, accreditation reviews, questionnaires, statistical surveys, and inventory projects
  • Serve on Physical and Engineering Sciences Subject Team - collaborate with science-based Collection Managers and Reference librarians on print and electronic resources evaluation, serials cancellations, development of subject guides; maintain database of contacts with faculty and students; develop and maintain Physical & Engineering Sciences blog as outreach tool to NCSU community (www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/pes)
  • Serve on library-wide committees and strategic initiatives project teams working with Reference, Digital Library Initiatives, Personnel, Systems, Acquisitions, Special Collections, Scholarly Communications Center, Director's Council
  • Supervisor for Graduate Assistant - supervisor for MLS students collaborating with Collection Managers on projects related to collection evaluation and development such as fine-tuning of approval plan, comparison of database products, collecting faculty-published books, guiding decision-making for journal access, and authoring  Physical & Engineering Sciences blog
Jan 2005Jun 2006

NCSU Libraries Fellow & Collection Manager for Physical & Mathematical Sciences

The Fellows Program is a highly selective post-MLS professional program designed to develop leaders in science, engineering and digital librarianship and in library management and administration.

  • Collection Manager for Physical and Mathematical Sciences - serve as liaison for Chemistry, Physics, Math and Statistics faculty and researchers in support of NCSU's mission to further research and teaching; responsible for building and evaluating collections in all formats including books, conference proceedings, journals, databases; use Sirsi ILS to manage funds and conduct data analysis; negotiate with vendors and publishers; evaluate donations
  • Engaged in two-year project to develop a digital/institutional repository as part of NCSU Libraries' strategic initiatives - research and develop policies for faculty publications repository; collect, analyze and report on copyright issues of NCSU faculty-authored publications and self-archiving behavior; identify and assess promising content for repository, considering copyright and archiving permissions; research open access issues; develop workflows and outreach/training methods
  • Serve on Physical and Engineering Sciences Subject Team - collaborate with science-based Collection Managers and Reference librarians on print and electronic resources evaluation, serials cancellations, development of subject guides; maintain database of contacts with faculty and students; develop and maintain Physical & Engineering Sciences blog as outreach tool to NCSU community (www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/pes)
  • Serve on library-wide committees and strategic initiatives project teams working with Reference, Digital Library Initiatives, Personnel, Systems, Acquisitions, Special Collections, Scholarly Communications Center, Director's Council
  • Conduct bibliographic instruction for engineering courses
Jun 2002Dec 2004

Library Assistant for Engineering

  • Performed standard library operations (reference assistance, circulation, reserves, collection maintenance, use statistics, documentation of library procedures, inventories, equipment and computer troubleshooting)
  • Served faculty, staff and students of Chemistry Department and School of Engineering
  • Primary contact for Engineering School in absence of Librarian
  • Developed and maintained online research guides, web pages for e-journals and databases for Engineering and Chemistry communities
  • Collaborated with instructor in development and deployment of online modules and quizzes for graduate level Chemical Information Literacy course
  • Assisted in hiring, training and supervision of student assistants
  • Served on library-wide committees and strategic initiatives project teams
19992001

Graduate Teaching and Research Assistantships

University of Missouri - St. Louis
  • Developed and taught course materials for introductory ecology, botany and general biology for 20-40 students per semester, graded assignments, coordinated and led field trips, held review sessions and office hours, developed course websites and online components (Blackboard)
19971999

Library Assistant for research and academic libraries

  • USGS-BRD-Midcontinent Ecological Science Center, Fort Collins, CO
  • National Wildlife Research Center, USDA-APHIS, Fort Collins, CO
  • Interlibrary Loan Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
19961997

Applications Lab Technician

  • Developed lab methods, analyzed data, developed presentations and reports of polymer performance results for customers
19931996

Library Circulation Clerk

  • Responsible for opening and closing library, circulation, answered basic reference questions, collection maintenance, equipment troubleshooting

Recent Presentations

Publications

Davis, Hilary.  2011.  "Reconsidering Facebook.”  In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog):  http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2011/reconsidering-facebook/

Day, Annette and Hilary Davis.  2010.  "Collection Intelligence: Using data driven decision-making in collection management." Charleston Conference Proceedings, in press.

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  "Fantasy Pricing – An Interview with Selden Lamoureux.”  In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog):  http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2010/fantasy-pricing/

Davis, Hilary. 2010.  “Message from Science-Technology Chair.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 64 (no. 2): http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1085&context=scitechnews

Davis, Hilary. 2010.  “Sci-Tech 2010 Conference Sessions - Sessions Led by or Co-sponsored by the Sci-Tech Division.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 64 (no. 2): http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1088&context=scitechnews

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  "Déformation Professionnelle.”  In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog):  http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2010/deformation-professionnelle/

Davis, Hilary.  2010. “Message from Science-Technology Chair.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 64 (no. 1): http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1069&context=scitechnews

Davis, Hilary.  2009. “Message from Science-Technology Chair-Elect.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 63 (no. 4):

http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1053&context=scitechnews

Davis, Hilary.  2009.  "Not Just Another Pretty Picture."  In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog): http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2009/not-just-another-pretty-picture/

Davis, Hilary.  2009. “Message from Science-Technology Chair-Elect.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 63 (no. 3):  http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1032&context=scitechnews

Davis, Hilary.  2009. “2009 Annual Conference Report, Science of Imagination.”  Sci-Tech News, vol. 63 (no. 3): http://jdc.jefferson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1027&context=scitechnews

Day, Annette and Hilary Davis.  2009.  "A Look at Librarianship through the Lens of an Academic Serials Review." In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog): http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2009/a-look-at-librarianship-through-the-lens-of-an-academic-library-serials-review/

Lown, Cory and Hilary Davis.  2009.  "Are You Worth It? What Return on Investment Can and Can't Tell You About Your Library."  In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer‐reviewed blog): http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2009/are-you-worth-it-what-return-on-investment-can-and-can't-tell-you-about-your-library/

Davis, Hilary M.  2009.  "Data for Repositories: Making the Case and Integrating into Practice." In Darby Orcutt (Ed.), Library Data: Empowering Practice and Persuasion.

Davis, Hilary M. 2009.  "A Look at Recessions and the Health of the Librarianship Job Market." In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog): http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2009/a-look-at-recessions-and-their-impact-on-librarianship/

Davis, Hilary M.  2008.  "Swings and Roundabouts." In the Library with the Lead Pipe (peer-reviewed blog): http://inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2008/swings-and-roundabouts/

Davis, Hilary M., Annette P. Day and Darby Orcutt.  2008.  "Further Reflections on the WorldCat Collection Analysis Tool (WCA)."  Collection Management, vol. 33 (3): pp. 236-245: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.2/1240

Davis, Hilary M. 2008. "Evolving Purchasing and Collection Models for Serials." In Maria Collins and Patrick L. Carr (Eds.), Making the Transition from Print to Electronic Journals and Resources, Routledge: New York, pp.65-79: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.2/2161

Davis, Hilary M. and John N. Vickery. 2007. "Datasets, a Shift in the Currency of Scholarly Communication: Implications for Library Collections and Acquisitions."  Serials Review, vol. 33(1): 26-32: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.2/59

Davis, Hilary M.  2005.  "Library collection assessment through statistical sampling (Book Review)."  Library Resources and Technical Services, vol. 49 (4): 284-285: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.2/2298

Skills Summary

  • Application proficiencies

Microsoft Office, Dreamweaver, Adobe Illustrator, Sirsi and III integrated library systems, Tableau Public

  • Web development tools

            HTML, CSS, FTP and SSH, some Javascript and CGI Perl scripting

  • Database proficiencies

SciFinder Scholar, Reaxys (Beilstein/Gmelin), Compendex, Inspec, patent databases, Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, OCLC databases, BIOSIS,  OCLC's WorldCat Collection Analysis tool, Local Journal Utilization Report (LJUR)

Honors & Competition-Based Awards

  • American Library Association Emerging Leader (2009)
  • Named Library Journal Mover and Shaker  - "In Context" (2008)
  • Career Enrichment Grant from the State Library of North Carolina (2006)
  • Marion E. Sparks Award for Professional Development, SLA (2005)
  • Master of Library Science (2003-2004):
    • Ronald G. Bohley Scholarship, Missouri Library Association
  • Master of Science, Biology (2000-2002):
    • Trans World Airlines Scholarship, University of Missouri-St. Louis
    • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, General Biology Laboratory, UMSL
    • Jane Whitney Harris Scholarship, International Center for Tropical Ecology, UMSL
    • Des Lee Scholar in Botanical Studies, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Bachelor of Science, Biology (1992-1996):
    • Campbell Scholarship, Guilford College
    • Dana Scholarship, Guilford College
    • Presidential Scholarship, Guilford College
    • Friends of the College Scholarship, Guilford College
    • Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society, North Carolina Chapter
    • Women in Science Project Facilitator, Guilford College

Qualifications

  • Collection development & assessment
  • Data analysis & statistical reporting
  • Leadership & Project management
  • Physical sciences, engineering & math liaison
  • E-Science & Research Data Management support
  • Scholarly communication research
  • Repository development & outreach
  • Reference & bibliographic instruction
  • Web design & maintenance
  • Teaching & course development
  • Collaborative & team-focused
  • Research, writing, public speaking
  • Plant systematics training & education

Blogs & Sites

Current Memberships in Professional Societies

  • Special Libraries Association (SLA)
    • Sci-Tech Division (2009 Division Chair-Elect, 2010 Division Chair, 2011 Division Past-Chair, 2012 Nominations & Elections Committee Chair)
    • Chemistry Division & Physics/Astronomy/Math Division
    • North Carolina Chapter (Mentor for SILS student 2011 - present)
  • Council on Botanical & Horticultural Libraries (CBHL)

Presentations

Davis, Hilary.  2011.  "Put it Simply:  Tools and Tips for Communicating Library Collections Data."  Charleston Conference, November 3, 2011. http://prezi.com/b4gmndzdiotb/charleston-2011/?auth_key=76473d4cbe05e83d6eab2c1f1a9387949f47918a

Davis, Hilary.  2011.  "Visualizing Library Data."  Presentation at the SLA Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division Spring Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 12, 2011.  http://www.visualcv.com/users/166752/cvs/199050/assets/421115

Day, Annette and Hilary Davis. 2010. "Collection Intelligence: Using data driven decision-making in collection management." Charleston Conference, November 6, 2010. http://www.slideshare.net/annetteday2/collection-intelligence-using-data-driven-decision-making-in-collection-management

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  "Collection Intelligence: Library Data Visualizations."  Presentation at the SLA Annual Conference, June 14, 2010, New Orleans, LA.

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  Science-Technology Division Business Meeting and Awards Session.  Presentation at the SLA Annual Conference, June 15, 2010, New Orleans, LA.

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  Science-Technology Division Board Meeting.  Presentation at the SLA Annual Conference, June 13, 2010, New Orleans, LA.

Panel presenter for Fellows Advisory Committee Seminar, "Library Publishing Panel" (spoke on diversity of publication venues and approaches depending on audience and format), May 2010, Raleigh, NC.

Davis, Hilary.  2010.  Science-Technology Division Board Meeting.  Presentation at the SLA Leadership Summit, January 27, 2010, St. Louis, MO.

Davis, Hilary M., Annette P. Day and John N. Vickery.  2009.  "Catching the Taiga by the Tail: What's Next for Collection Development?"  Presentation at the Triangle Research Libraries Annual Meeting, July 24, 2009, Chapel Hill, NC.

Panel presenter for NCSLA seminar, “Leverage your Career” (spoke on strategies for staying current in the profession), April 2009, Chapel Hill, NC.

Davis, Hilary M. and Annette P. Day.  2007.  "WorldCat Collection Analysis: Evaluating the ILL Enhancements as a Resource to Guide Strategic Collection Decisions."  Presentation at the XXVII Annual Charleston Conference, November 7-10, 2007, Charleston, SC.

Ruttenberg, Judy and Hilary M. Davis.  2007.  "Building a Regional Print Archive: Implications and Future Directions for ARL Libraries."  Presentation at the XXVII Annual Charleston Conference, November 7-10, 2007, Charleston, SC.

Vickery, John N. and Hilary M. Davis. 2006. "Datasets: a New Paradigm for Library Collections?"  Presentation at the XXVI Annual Charleston Conference, November 8-11, 2006, Charleston, SC.

Samples, Jacqueline and Hilary M. Davis. 2006. Invited participation in panel discussion on the "Technology of Outreach: technology supporting the connection," American Library Association Annual Conference, June 24-27, 2006, New Orleans, LA.

Samples, Jacqueline and Hilary M. Davis. 2006. "Placing Researchers at the Heart of Digital Repositories," ACRL/CNI/Educause Joint Virtual Conference, April 20-21, 2006, www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlevents/virtualconference.htm.

Davis, Hilary M. and John N. Vickery. 2006. "The Shift in the Currency of Scholarly Information - Implications for Library Collections and Acquisitions."  Presentation at the 15th Annual North Carolina Serials Conference, March 30-31, 2006, Chapel Hill, NC.

Peter F. Stevens and Hilary M. Davis. 2005. "Angiosperm Phylogeny Website - a tool for reference and teaching in a time of change."  Poster Presented at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting, October 28 - November 2, 2005, Charlotte, NC.

Davis, Hilary M. and Eleanor Smith. 2005. "Exploring relationships between publicly funded research and public consumption of research" -- www.sla.org/division/dche/2005/davis.pdf.  Poster presented at the SLA Annual Conference, June 5-8, 2005, Toronto, Canada. 

Davis, Hilary M.  2005.  "Impact of funding sources on scholarly communication."  Poster presented at the Librarians Association of UNC-Chapel Hill (LAUNC-CH) Research Forum, May 25, 2005, Chapel Hill, NC.

Davis, Hilary and P.F. Stevens. 2001. "Angiosperm phylogeny and morphology: /APweb/" -- www.mobot.org/MOBOT/research/APweb/.  Poster presented at the Deep Morphology International Symposium, October 18-21, 2001, Vienna, Austria.

Committee, Service & Leadership Experience

NCSU Libraries

  • Search Committee for Reference Librarian for Physical and Mathematical Sciences (08/2011 - 01/2012)
  • NCSU team for ARL/DLF E-Science Institute (06/2011 - present)
  • Hunt Collections Move and Automated Book Delivery System Task Force (03/2011 - present)
  • Science, Engineering, and Textiles Team Library Spaces Interview Team (03/2011 - 07/2011)
  • Search Committee for Metadata Librarian (12/2010 - 03/2011)
  • Search Committee for Digital Repository Librarian (07/2010 - 11/2010)
  • Search Committee for Research Librarian for Life Sciences (02/2010 - 04/2010)
  • Search Committee for Librarian for Digital Technologies & Learning (02/2010 - 04/2010)
  • Library and the Researcher: Framework for the Future Group (01/2010 - 08/2011)
  • TUCASI Data Infrastructure Project Group (01/2010 - 08/2011)
  • Deconstructing the ILS & Technical Services Business Processes Group (01/2010 - 08/2011)
  • Search Committee for Digital Technologies Development Librarian (04/2009 - 09/2009)
  • Collection Metrics Working Group (12/2008 - 01/2010)
  • Search Committee for Digital Collection Technology Librarian (06/2008 - 11/2008)
  • Search Committee for Associate Head & Curator for Special Collections (01/2008 - 05/2008)
  • Search Committee for Digital Program Librarian for Special Collections (01/2008 - 05/2008)
  • NCSU Libraries Faculty Award Committee (1/2008 - 12/2010), Chair (01/2010 - 12/2010)
  • E-Matrix Committee and Subgroups (10/2006 - present)
  • Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) Single Copy Task Group (10/2006 - 04/2008)
  • ILS Management Committee (06/2006 - 06/2011); Reports Working Group Chair (01/2009 - 06/2010)
  • Search Committee for Associate Head of Collection Management (10/2006 - 04/2007)
  • Search Committee for Director of Preservation Services (10/2006 - 03/2007)
  • NCSU Librarians Association Vice-Chair and Chair (09/2006 - 06/2008)
  • Digital Repository Management Committee (09/2006 - present)
  • Digital Collections Technical Oversight Committee (02/2006 - 06/2007)
  • Physical & Engineering Sciences Subject Team (01/2005 - present)
  • MetaLib Implementation Team (05/2005 - 12/2006)
  • Satellite Shelving Standing Committee (10/2005 - 6/2006)
  • Search Committee for Digital Resources Librarian for Special Collections (03/2005 - 07/2005)
  • Search Committee for Exhibits & Outreach Librarian for Special Collections (03/2005 - 07/2005)

NCSU Campus

  • University Standing Committee on Harrelson Fund (07/2007 - 06/2010)

Washington University Libraries

  • Libraries' Home Page Redesign Committee (12/2003 - 05/2004)
  • Environmental Scan Committee - Technology Subcommittee (12/2003 - 06/2004)
  • Libraries' Strategic Planning Session 2004-2005 Participant (06/2004)

National

  • Editor, Contributor, co-Founder, In the Library with the Lead Pipe, peer-reviewed journal (10/2008 - present)
  • Royal Society of Chemistry Library Advisory Board (02/2011 - present)
  • Special Libraries' Association Sci-Tech Division Nominations & Elections Committee Chair (01/2012 - present)
  • Special Libraries' Association Sci-Tech Division Past-Chair (01/2011 - 12/2011)
  • Special Libraries' Association Sci-Tech Division Chair (01/2010 - 12/2010)
  • Special Libraries' Association Sci-Tech Division Chair-Elect (01/2009 - 12/2009)
  • Special Libraries' Association Sci-Tech Division Chair of Student Relations Committee (01/2007 - 12/2008)
  • Special Libraries' Association Chemistry Division NSDL Liaison (12/2006 - 07/2008)
  • Special Libraries' Association PAM Division Web Tools Committee (10/2005 - 06/2007)
  • Special Libraries' Association Research Now Task Force (10/2005 - 06/2006)
  • Mathematics Roundtable Moderator for 2006 SLA Annual Conference (09/2005 - 01/2007)
  • Co-editor of SLATE Bulletin (St. Louis Metro Area Chapter) (06/2004 - 06/2005)
  • Botany selector for National Science Digital Library (http://nsdl.org/) (11/2004 - 12/2006)

Workshops & Continuing Education

  • NSF Day (02/2012)
  • ScienceOnline 2012 (01/2012)
  • TRLN Management Academy (10/2011)
  • ARL/DLF E-Science Institute (07/2011 - 12/2011)
  • SAS Short Course, NCSU (04/2011)
  • Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, Denver, CO (04/2011)
  • SLA Pharmaceutical & Health Technology Division Spring Meeting, Orlando, FL (04/2011)
  • TED Annual Conference (web attendance) (03/2011)
  • Next-Gen Discovery Tools in ASERL Libraries: Summon Webinar (02/2011)
  • ICPSR Data Management Plans Webinar (02/2011)
  • ACS on Campus, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC (02/2011)
  • Designing Effective Graphs Workshop, NCSU (01/2011)
  • Impact and Productivity Measurements in a Changing Research Environment Webinar (10/2010)
  • Curate Data: the E-science world Webinar (07/2010)
  • SLA Leadership Development Institute, New Orleans, LA (06/2010)
  • Visualizing Data, ACRL E-Learning Webcast (03/2010)
  • SLA Leadership Summit, St. Louis, MO (01/2010)
  • DigCCurr Symposium, Chapel Hill, NC (01/2010)
  • Library in Your Pocket: Strategies and Techniques for Developing Successful Mobile Services, EDUCAUSE Webinar (01/2010)
  • LLAMA Leadership Webinars, "The Executive-Decision Marker's Secret Weapon-How You Can Make it Better," " Learn the Supervisor's Balancing Act-How You Can Bring Out the Best in Your Top People Without Micromanagment," "The Make Your Library Dreams Come True-How You Can Use Project Management Techniques to Write a Strategic Plan."  Online webinars, (10-11/2009).
  • TOXNET® and Beyond: Using the National Library of Medicine's Environmental Health and Toxicology Portal.  Online Professional Development Webinar (2 sessions), SLA Science-Technology Division (10/2009).
  • SLA Leadership Development Institute, Washington, DC (06/2009)
  • ALA Midwinter Conference and Emerging Leaders Workshop, Denver, CO (01/2009)

  • SLA Leadership Summit, Savannah, GA (01/2009)

  • ARL/CNI Reinventing Science Librarianship Forum, Washington, DC (10/2008)

  • Budget & Finance for the Library, Online CE Course (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) (09/2007 - 10/2007)

  • Introduction to PHP programming: Web & Database Applications, Raleigh, NC (03/2007)

  • ALA/ACRL Institute of Scholarly Communication, Durham, NC (12/2006)

  • ARL Library Management Skills Institute II: The Management Process, Chapel Hill, NC (10/2006)

  • Connecting in North Carolina (CINC), Tour promotes extension and engagement throughout NC (05/2006)

  • DASER Summit (Digital Archives in Science & Engineering Resources), College Park, MD (12/2005)

  • SLA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada (Chemical Information Sources, Requests & Reference

  • Chemistry for the Non-Chemist Librarian; Digital Licensing Online) (06/2005)