|Cedarville University hires Humanities Librarian
Cedarville University’s Centennial Library is pleased to announce that Kirsten Setzkorn has been hired as Humanities Librarian commencing July 1, 2017. Kirsten is a 2016 graduate of Kent State University’s MLIS program and has a B.A. in History from Cedarville University (2013). She has worked at Centennial Library as a student assistant, library intern, and Digital Services Specialist. The role of Humanities Librarian is a new liaison role designed to provide research support to faculty and students in five departments across the humanities. Primary responsibilities include coordinating the library’s First Year Instruction program, delivering research and information services as part of the library’s Research Center, and promoting the integration of information literacy and research skills into the humanities curriculum.
-Joshua Michael, Cedarville University
Cleveland Institute of Art News
Laura M. Ponikvar, who was previously the Instructional Services and Image Librarian, is now the Library Director of the Cleveland Institute of Art’s Jessica R. Gund Memorial Library.
Jackie Lagunzad has also joined the library staff as our new Library Assistant.
-Laura M. Ponikvar, The Cleveland Institute of Art
Ohio State University News
Rocki Strader, Associate Professor in The Ohio State University Libraries Collection Description and Access Department, has been awarded the Music Library Association’s (MLA) Richard S. Hill Award for best article on music librarianship or of a music-bibliographic nature, for her article, “Cataloging Music Sound Recordings in the United States: An Evolution of Practice and Standards,” Notes v. 72 no. 2 (Dec. 2015): 276-327.
As the MLA Publication Awards Committee wrote: “Strader provides historical context and analysis, chronicling bibliographic description of and access to sound recordings from card catalogs to the digital age. She thoroughly addresses the issues surrounding the persistent question of the “unit of catalog” for sound recordings, charting the change in practice over time. Strader’s article is useful to catalogers, researchers, and library educators and contributes to the body of research documenting library history and the development of cataloging standards.”
The project that resulted in this article and award was supported in part by an ALAO Research Grant in 2014.
-Rocki Strader, Ohio State University