Browse All

Theses & Dissertations


Anne Marie Taber

  • Former Electronic Resources and Metadata Cataloger
  • University Libraries, UNCG

Education: MLIS, UNCG, 2007; BA in English (Spanish, Women's & Gender Studies), UNCG, 2005. I manage the cataloging of electronic resources for the library -- web sites, e-books, audio files, and more -- as well as the processing of UNCG scholarly articles and electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) into NC DOCKS, our institutional repository (IR), and related metadata conversions. I also catalog our Spanish-language materials and serve as adjunct to the Reference librarians. Research interests include current and evolving practices in cataloging and other metadata work for electronic resources of all kinds; and inter-departmental collaboration, within academic libraries as well as between libraries and other academic departments.

There are 3 included publications by Anne Marie Taber :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Current ETD practices and workflows in North Carolina 2009 366 How do institutions offering electronic theses and dissertations (ETD) handle the inter-departmental communication and collaboration needs of such programs? This study examines current practices among ETD administrators in North Carolina and in curre...
Evolving in Collaboration: Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Workflows in North Carolina 2010 325 Thirty-seven colleges and universities in North Carolina offer advanced degrees, and most require a thesis or dissertation. The websites of thirteen (35%) indicate they accept or require electronic submission of dissertations and/or theses (ETD). How...
Relevance Recognized: Value-Added Cataloging for Departmental and Digital Collections 2010 421 A medium-sized academic library's cataloging department describes the strategies employed when requests for materials-cataloging services from university departments outside the library, followed by the initiation of an Institutional Repository (IR) ...