Bibliographer's Guide

Bibliographer Who's Who

Archives/Special Collections: Hannah Miller (303) 964-6601
Art: Hannah Miller (303) 964-6601
Astronomy/Physics: Rhiana Murphy (303) 458-3553
Biology: Rhiana Murphy (303) 458-3553
Browsing Books:

Dawn Combe

(303) 964-6729
Business/MBA: Paul Betty
(303) 964-5772
Chemistry: Courtney Drysdale (303) 964-5158
Communication: Neal Schlein (303) 964-5096
Computer & Information Sciences: Paul Betty (303) 964-5244
Counseling & Family Therapy: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
Criminology: Dawn Combe (303) 964-6729
Development Practice:  
Economics: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Education: Courtney Drysdale (303) 964-5158
English: Amy Hezel (303) 458-3553
Environmental Studies: Rhiana Murphy (303) 458-3553
Health Care/Health Care Ethics: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
Health Services Administration: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
History: Hannah Miller (303) 964-6601
Jesuitica: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Languages: Ali Gomez (303) 964-4264
Management/MSM: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Mathematics: Courtney Drysdale (303) 964-5158
Media Collections: Hannah Miller (303) 964-6601
Music: Dawn Combe (303) 964-6729
Nonprofit Management/MNM: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Nursing: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
Peace & Justice: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Pharmacy: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
Philosophy: Ali Gomez (303) 964-4264
Physical Therapy: Kimberly Kemp (303) 964-6530
Psychology: Courtney Drysdale (303) 964-5158
Public Administration: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Reference: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Religion/Catholic Studies: Paul Betty (303) 964-5772
Sociology: Dawn Combe (303) 964-6729
Women's & Gender Studies: Dawn Combe (303) 964-6729

 

You may also contact the Discovery and Collections Department at (303) 964-6729.

Links for Bibliographers

Functions and Activities

Different disciplines rely more heavily on one format of resources than another. For that reason there is no methodology that will work equally well for all bibliographers. Some disciplines rely more heavily on journal titles. Others rely more on monographic resources. Teaching faculty differ as well. Some will be more proactive in recommending resources. Others will need some encouragement.

Bibliographer as Subject Specialist

The bibliographer in their role as subject specialist helps to develop the libraries' collections in support of the university's research and instructional missions through recommendation for purchase of all formats of library materials. These recommendations or requests should be documented in the Outside Purchase Requests form. Although all of these recommendations may not be in the purchase due to budget or scope of the resource, it is important to document all requests for consideration.