Acquisitions Staff Directory
The Acquisitions Team acquires materials from around the world to support the educational and research mission at the University of Virginia.
Area ContactTim Morton 434.924.4341 firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts and Media Services Staff Directory
Arts & Media Services includes the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, the Music Library, Clemons Library and the Digital Media Lab. Providing dedicated subject support for the fine and performing arts, architecture, classical archeology and media studies, AMS also serves the entire University community with a wide range of media creation and production services to enable innovative teaching, learning and research. This department is also the home of a student services initiative to address the learning needs of undergraduates through the coordinated planning of services, spaces and collections.
Area ContactJudith Thomas 434.924.8814 email@example.com
Content Management Services Staff Directory
Content Management Services comprises three units which are responsible for stewarding library resources throughout their lifecycle. Acquisitions Services acquires materials from around the world in all formats to support U.Va.’s educational and research mission. Cataloging and Metadata Services provides timely and accurate access to these materials. Preservation Services improves the physical condition of the Library’s collections in order to maximize their life expectancy and utility for current and future users of the U.Va. Library.
Area ContactJane Penner 434.924.7791 firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Curation Services Staff Directory
This department includes Digitization Services, which is responsible for digitizing the Library’s rare and unique holdings. We also markup text in both TEI.XML as well as EAD.XML. Digital Stewardship Services is another part of digital curation and works on the digital preservation, longevity, and functionality of our digital content. Between these two areas, we are responsible for the full life cycle of the digital object.
Digital Research and Scholarship Staff Directory
This department includes digital scholarship consultants and specialists in the Scholars’ Lab, a research-and-development team for innovative tools and collaborations, and the Scholarly Communication Institute, a Mellon-funded think-tank and project incubator. We also hold talks and workshops, sponsor a competitive program for Graduate Fellows in Digital Humanities, and run the Library’s new Praxis Program.
Interlibrary Services Staff Directory
The Interlibrary Services Department supports University constituents by borrowing and lending materials from libraries all over the world through Interlibrary Loan; delivering materials to faculty via LEO, the on-Grounds delivery service; scanning materials for inclusion on UVaCollab sites; and maintaining the Library’s off-site storage facility, Ivy Stacks.
Library Administration Staff Directory
Library Administration includes University Librarian Martha Sites, and other positions charged with administrative oversight of the University Library system. Offices are located in Alderman Library, 5th floor, east side.
Area ContactMartha Sites, University Librarian 434.924.7849 email@example.com
Metadata Management Services Staff Directory
Metadata Management Services provides access to library managed content and consults on issues related to information organization, both in general and for specific standards, with colleagues throughout the University.
Area ContactJennifer Roper 434-982-2854 firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizational Development and Administrative Services Staff Directory
Organizational Development and Administrative Services comprises three departments: Financial Services, Library Human Resources, and Facilities Management. The staff of these three departments provide guidance and essential services in support of the mission and priorities of the University Library.
Area ContactAl Sapienza 434.243.8636 email@example.com
Preservation Services Staff Directory
Preservation Services supports the teaching and research programs of the University of Virginia by maintaining access to and improving the physical condition of the U.Va. Library’s collections. The ultimate goal is to maximize the life expectancy and utility of the collections for current and future users of the U.Va. Library. Visit the Preservation Services blog for more information, plus presentations, reports, and advice on caring for your personal collections. Learn about working with special collection materials via the University Conservator’s blog At The Bench.
Science, Engineering and Education Services Staff Directory
The Science, Engineering, and Education clusters consists of the libraries serving the science precinct, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Curry School of Education. These specialized libraries are closely tied to the units they serve and are frequently co-located. The Charles L. Brown Science & Engineering Library is the largest of the libraries in the cluster and is a highly used space for student study and group work, in addition to housing the collections that support the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Department of Environmental Sciences and general science.
Area ContactEsther Onega 434.924.1011 firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Collections Staff Directory
The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library holds more than 16 million objects including manuscripts, archival records, rare books, maps, broadsides, photographs, audio and video recordings and more. Collections are particularly strong in American and British literature, the history of Virginia and the southeastern United States, the history and archives of the University of Virginia, sporting books and manuscripts, World War I, bibliography and book arts (including fine press books, pop-up books, and typography).