Nurhak Tuncer

Nurhak Tuncer-Bayramli (originally from Izmir/Turkey) is currently working as a full-time Music Librarian at Elizabeth City State University. Previously she worked as an Adjunct Faculty Librarian at City Colleges of Chicago, Malcolm X College and as a Full-Time Project Cataloger at Chicago History Museum. She has BA in (clarinet performance) from “9 September Conservatoire,” MA in Music from University of Northern Iowa and MLIS from Dominican University. Her research interests are cataloging, open-access, digital repositories, diversity and inclusion, library instruction and reference, music collection management. She is the project manager for NC DOCKS Digital Repository at ECSU.

There are 3 included publications by Nurhak Tuncer :

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The Cataloging of Self-Published Items 2019 280 This article presents the results of a survey conducted in the fall of 2015 of librarians who are cataloging self-published items. The survey was conducted in response to the growing popularity of self-publishing and the increasing prevalence of self...
RDA : Catalog Discovery Tool 2020 6 As part of the practicum experience, the practicum student focused on collection management, reference, and cataloging at the University of Chicago's Regenstein Library under the supervisor of music bibliographer Scott Landvatter and music cataloger ...
Selected Modern Clarinet Techniques: Multiphonics, Microtones, and Vibrato 2020 11 In recent discussions of modern clarinet techniques, scholars seek to show how toproduce these techniques and how to explain their notation. Clarinetist E. Michael Richards points out the deficiency of research in this area, when he indicates that to...