1 Dallas J. A. Long 8900 Campus Box 201 N School St Normal, IL EDUCATION Ed.M. Educational Organization and Leadership (Higher Education) 2007 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign M.S. Library and Information Science 2002 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign B.A. Psychology 1998 Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Illinois State University, Milner Library, Normal, Illinois Associate Professor with tenure (2013 present); Assistant Professor ( ) Associate Dean July 2014 present Acting/Interim Associate Dean August 2012 June 2014 Play a lead role in library-wide administration as second to the Dean of University Libraries Provide leadership for six service areas (Access Services; Cataloging, Acquisitions, and Processing; Center for Preservation and Conservation; Copyright; Digital Collections and Milner Digital Center; Special Collections; and the JoAnn Rayfield University Archives) Directly supervise 7 FTE faculty/professional staff and oversight for 47 FTE faculty, administrative professional staff, and classified staff in shared governance, union environment. Coordinate library security operations, safety and emergency response plans, and training Head of Access Services July 2008 August 2012 Acting Copyright Officer (25% assignment) July 2010 April 2012 Led the library s circulation, reserves, interlibrary loan, and stacks maintenance activities Managed a team of 13 FTE (1 faculty librarian, 12 classified staff) and 30+ student assistants Participated in library policy and planning initiatives as a member of the library leadership team Developed access-related policies, technology and space plans, and equipment needs Managed circulation systems administration for Ex Libris Voyager integrated library system University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Division of Student Affairs, Champaign, Illinois Residential Life Librarian and Head of Residence Hall Libraries January July 2008 Directed academic support services, including library instruction, academic tutoring, and educational programming for the First-Year Experience / Living-Learning Programs as a librarian embedded in the undergraduate residence halls and family and graduate housing Provided leadership for administrative office and 8 branch libraries in the residence halls
2 2 Supervised 2 classified staff, 5 graduate assistants, and 65+ students Managed all functions and services of libraries, including planning, budget, and personnel activities; collection management; technology; marketing; and facilities Developed and managed annual budgets of over 420K Berzsenyi Daniel College (now University of West Hungary) August 2003 August 2004 Visiting Instructor, Department of Library and Information Studies Taught library and information studies courses in program leading to baccalaureate degree Facilitated continuing education series on English for Librarians at National Szechenyi Library Conducted workshops on outreach services to special populations for librarians at public libraries Sirsi Corporation (now SirsiDynix), St. Louis, Missouri Library Systems Software Trainer January August 2003 Trained customer libraries on Unicorn and Horizon suite of products Resolved Tier-2 helpdesk incidents regarding technical and operational support Developed testing protocols and support documentation for integrated library systems The Mattson Jack Group (now Kantar Health), St. Louis, Missouri Library and Information Specialist April August 2001 Provided in-depth reference consultations to research scientists in the pharmaceutical industry Conducted market and product intelligence on competitor pharmaceutical companies Developed electronic and print collections in Pharmacy, Epidemiology, and Veterinary Medicine Additional Experience St. Louis Community College, Adjunct Reference and Instruction Librarian, 2002 St. Louis County Library, Library Assistant, St. Louis Community College, Learning Resources Assistant, HONORS AND AWARDS Fulbright Specialist roster candidate, Eligible for multiple, short-term grants funded by US State Department s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs to provide lectures, participate in library education programs, or advise on library operations and development at the request of international higher education institutions. Appointed to national roster of specialists in select disciplines for 5-year term after competitive, peer review process. Fulbright Scholar, Hungary, Taught library science courses for the Department of Library and Information Studies at Berzsenyi Daniel College, Hungary s premier library science education program.
3 3 PUBLICATIONS Invited: Long, D. (2012). The foundations of student affairs: A guide to the profession. In L. J. Hinchliffe and M. A. Wong (Eds.), Environments for student growth and development: Librarians and student affairs in collaboration (pp. 1-39). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries. Long, D. (2012). Theories and models of student development. In L. J. Hinchliffe and M. A. Wong (Eds.), Environments for student growth and development: Librarians and student affairs in collaboration (pp ). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries. Long, D. (2007). A visiting instructor of library & information science. In P. Shontz and R. Murray (Eds.), A Day in the Life of...: Careers in Library & Information Science (pp ). New York: Libraries Unlimited. Peer-Reviewed: Long, D. (2014). Assessment and evaluation methods for access services. Journal of Access Services, 11(3), Long, D. (2013). Are student affairs professionals educators? Student affairs and the scope of the educational exemption of U.S. copyright law. The College Student Affairs Journal, 31(1), Murphy, J., Long, D., & MacDonald, J. B. (2013). Students understanding of the Library of Congress call number system. The Reference Librarian, 54(2), Long, D. (2012). Check this out: Assessing customer service at the circulation desk. Journal of Access Services, 9(3), Long, D. (2011). Latino students perceptions of the academic library. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(6), Long, D. (2010). The Qur'an and the academic library: Circulation and storage issues with holy books. Journal of Access Services, 7(4), Long, D. (2009). Going the extra mile: Designing an off-campus delivery service for remote borrowers. Journal of Library & Information Services for Distance Learning, 63(2), Editor-Reviewed: Long, D. (2011). Embedded right where the students live: A librarian in the residence halls. In K. Calkins and C. Knevild (Eds.), Embedded librarians: Moving beyond one-shot instruction (pp ). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.
4 4 (Publications continued) Long, D. (2005). See the world be a librarian! Career Strategies for Librarians. Retrieved from Long, D. (2004). A case for a multilingual digital library at Berzsenyi College. Fulbright Papers, 78(6/7), EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE Guest Editor for special issue The Role of Assessment and Evaluation in Improving Access Services for Journal of Access Services, forthcoming 2014 Editorial Board Member for Journal of Access Services, 2012 present Manuscript Reviewer for Journal of Learning Spaces Educational Research and Reviews African Educational Research Journal Cataloging & Classification Quarterly Invited: PRESENTATIONS, POSTERS AND WORKSHOPS Hinchliffe, L. J., Long, D., & Wong, M. A. (2012, June). Environments for student growth and development: An introduction to libraries and student affairs in collaboration. [Webinar.] Association of College and Research Libraries. Peer-Reviewed: Long, D., Love, E., & Fisher, E. (2011, April). Looking right under our noses: Campus and community partnerships to recruit the next generation of librarians. Presentation at the biannual meeting of the Association of College & Research Libraries, Philadelphia, PA. Long, D., & Walsh, M A. (2010, March). Borrowing is a business: Interlibrary loan as a revenue stream for academic libraries. Presentation at the ILLiad conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Love, E., Long, D., & Edwards, M. (2009, March). Finding the fish in the sea: Partnering with student affairs programs to provide library services. Panel presentation at the biannual meeting of the Association of College & Research Libraries, Seattle, Washington. Long, D., & Love, E. (2008, February). Queering your college library: Advocating your college library for inclusive collections and services. Presentation at the Midwest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender College Conference, Champaign, Illinois.
5 5 (Presentation, Posters and Workshops continued) Non-Refereed: Long, D. (2009, January). Going the extra mile: Best practices in resource sharing for distance education students. Workshop sponsored by the Consortium of Research and Academic Libraries of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois. Long, D. (2007, October). Providing academic support services to residential students. Workshop facilitated at the annual meeting of the Association of College & University Housing Officers, St. Louis, Missouri. Long, D. (2006, March). Residence hall libraries and the First Year Experience. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Illinois Academic Advisors Coalition, Champaign, Illinois. Long, D. (2005, March). Gender equity in U.S. library education programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the U.S. Fulbright Scholars, New Orleans, Louisiana. Long, D. (2004, April). So you don t want to be a librarian: Now what? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Hungarian Library Association, Budapest, Hungary. Long, D. (2004, January). A case for a multilingual digital library at Berzsenyi College. Paper presented at annual meeting of BOBCATSSS, Riga, Latvia. GRANTS AND FUNDED PROJECTS Principal Investigator, Expanding Course Reserves through E-Readers, with Jeffrey Ridinger, a project to push course reserves content to multiple platforms of e-reader devices, for $6,120, supported by a university research grant at Illinois State University in May Co-principal investigator, Marketing Electronic Course Reserves to Teaching Faculty, with Jeffrey Ridinger, a project to strengthen teaching faculty members awareness of electronic course reserves and copyright activities as facilitated by the university library, for $2,500, supported by an university research grant in April Co-principal investigator, Mentoring Culturally Diverse Undergraduate Students into the Library Profession, with Emily Love, for $1,500, a cultural diversity grant awarded by the Library Leadership & Management Association in June 2008.
6 6 TEACHING EXPERIENCE Credit-Bearing Courses Department of Library and Information Studies, Berzsenyi College (now University of West Hungary) Introduction to Reference and Information Services, Fall 2003 Online Information Systems and Searching, Spring 2004 Introduction to American Studies, Fall 2003 and Spring 2004 Guest Lectures Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign LIS 599 International Perspectives in Librarianship, Fall 2009, 2010, and 2012 Special Seminars Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois Multiple workshops on copyright, fair use, and navigating permissions for graduate students enrolled in multiple research methods courses, Fall 2010 Fall 2013 INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE Illinois State University Library Service Library Operations Council (formerly Library Leadership Council), 2008 present Chair, Department Faculty Status Committee (Tenure and Promotion), 2013 present Search Committee for Public Relations Librarian, 2015 Search Committee for Associate Dean for Strategic Technology Initiatives, 2013 Search Committee for Special Collections and Formats Cataloger, 2013 Chair, Search Committee for Head of Cataloging, Acquisitions, and Processing, 2012 Department Faculty Status Committee, Chair, Library Security Committee, 2010 present; as member, Chair, Search Committee for Copyright Officer, 2010 and 2011 Distance Education Working Group, Chair, Scholarly Productivity Benchmarking Working Group, 2009 Strategic Planning Committee, Reference and User Services Survey Taskforce, Search Committee for Instruction & Reference Librarian, 2008 University Service Secretary, Academic Senate s University Library Committee, present University Chairs Council, 2014 present Academic Facilities Advisory Council, present Open Access Taskforce, Search Committee for Dean of Milner Library, 2013 College Council, College of Education, Chair, Academic Misconduct Investigation Panel, 2013 Academic Planning Committee (Program Review), Intellectual Property Council, 2011 present Search Committee for Technology Transfer Consultant, 2011
7 7 Search Committee for Vice President of Finance & Planning, 2009 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library Service Central Public Services Division, Circulation Services Team, (as Chair, 2008) Cataloging Policy Work Group, Search Committee for Digital Technologies Librarian, 2008 University Service Ikenberry Information Commons Planning Committee, Team Lead for Student Affairs Strategic Planning Committee, Chair, Search Committee for Coordinator of Social Justice Programs, 2007 Student Affairs Search Policies and Procedures Review Committee, Advisor, Residence Hall Judicial Commission, Housing Assignment for Transgender Students Committee, Search Committee for Assistant Director for Recruitment and Hiring, 2006 Search Committee for Assistant Director for LGBT Resources Center, 2005 One Book, One Campus Steering Committee, Chancellor s Committee for Campus Culture and Conduct, Chancellor s Committee for Academic Professional Excellence, SERVICE TO PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND CONSORTIA American Library Association Association of College and Research Libraries Member, International Relations Committee, Reference and User Services Association Sharing and Transforming Access to Resources (STARS) Section Chair, , Interlibrary Loan Discussion Group Chair-Elect, , Interlibrary Loan Discussion Group Co-Chair, , Cooperative Collection Development Committee Member, Cooperative Collection Development Committee, 2011 present Member, Interlibrary Loan Committee, As co-chair of the Cooperative Collection Development committee, I coordinated recruitment of presenters and content of the programs: Best Practices for Consortia Electronic Resource Collecting: Negotiating Acquisitions, Collection Development and Interlibrary Loan, ALA Mid-Winter 2009 How Shared is Shared?: Issues in Cooperative Storage Facilities, ALA Annual 2010 What Does Cooperation Between Libraries Mean? Tools and Pitfalls in Creating Successful Resource Sharing & Collections Agreements, ALA Annual 2011
8 8 (Service to Professional Associations and Consortia continued) Consortium of Academic & Research Libraries of Illinois (CARLI) Member, Technical Services committee, present Chair, I-Share Resource Sharing Team, Member, I-Share Resource Sharing Team, 2011 Member, Copyright Working Group, Member, I-Share User s Group, I-Share Resource Sharing Team, (Chair ) Led monthly meetings for members associated with circulation and interlending. Recommended changes to interlending practices and procedures for consortium members. Coordinated and moderated annual fora on such topics as Back to Basics: Best Practices in Voyager. Copyright Working Group, Assessed consortium s needs for copyright education. Designed and coordinated a copyright workshop focused on course reserves and interlibrary loan issues. I-Share Users Group, Coordinated and supported the work of the 7 consortial aspects of the I-Share system, developing best practices and seeking and promoting opportunities for consortial collaboration in support of greater efficiency and better service to member libraries. OTHER SERVICE External reviewer for promotion review, University of Hawaii, 2013 External reviewer for Fulbright scholar applications on behalf of the Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission for Educational Exchange, 2013 External reviewer for tenure and promotion review, Missouri State University, 2011 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Library Association, 2001 present Association of College and Research Libraries, 2009 present Education and Behavioral Sciences Section, 2009 present Distance Learning Section, 2009 present International Relations committee, Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, 2012 present Acquisitions Section, 2012 present Reference and User Services Association, 2008 present Cooperative Collection Development committee, 2008 present Interlibrary Loan committee, ILL Discussion Group,
9 9 (Professional Affiliations continued) Library Leadership and Management Association, Buildings and Equipment Section, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Participant in regional archives workshop with the Society for American Archivists, 2012 Participant in Illinois State University s University Leadership Initiative for Participant in the workshop Fair Use and Balance in Copyright: the Best Practices Model with the University of Maryland s Center for Intellectual Property, Fall STUDENT MENTORING AND ADVISING Graduate Students at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kate Kite, M.S. ( ). Library Director at Wood River (IL) Public Library. Lucas Wing Kau Mak, M.S. ( ). Metadata Librarian at Michigan State University. Margaret Heller, M.S. ( ). Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University of Chicago. Annette Lesak, M.S. ( ). High School Librarian at Northbrook (IL) High School. Bryan Voell, M.S. ( ). Assistant Branch Manager at Johnson County (KS) Library. Rachel Scott, M.S. ( ). Catalog Librarian at University of Memphis. Tiger K. Swan, M.S. (2005). Information Literacy Librarian at Florida A&M University. Elizabeth Gansen, M.S. (2008). Doctoral student in Spanish and Portuguese at Yale University. Rebecca Malinowski, M.S. (2008). Adult Services Librarian at Oak Park (IL) Public Library. Ann Ohms, M.S. ( ). School Librarian at Mahmomet (IL) Elementary School. Ashleigh Perry, M.S. ( ). Head of Copy Cataloging at George Washington University.
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