Julie is responsible for collection development and management at the Centennial
Library and supervises the Collection Services Department. She works closely with faculty
to determine which resources should be acquired for the library, reviews all new courses
and programs for library implications, and serves on the university curriculum
committees. She is also the coordinator of Cedarville's Library Science Career
Program, which provides assistance for undergraduates who are considering becoming
librarians. Julie is a member of the American Library Association (ALA), the Academic
Library Association of Ohio (ALAO), and the Association of Christian Librarians (ACL).
She has presented at ALAO and ACL conferences and served as chair of ALAO's
Collection Management Interest Group. Julie has worked at Cedarville University since
1996. 

Contribution to Books

Escaping the Gender Trap: Sport and the Equality of Christ (with Donald L. Deardorff), The Image of God in the Human Body: Essays on Christianity and Sports (2008)
 

Presentations

Library Careers: Promoting Librarianship to Undergraduates, Library Faculty Presentations (2014)

Library career guidance for undergraduates is not connected to any particular undergraduate major or academic...

 
Working with Faculty to Build Collections, Library Faculty Presentations (2014)

This panel will address the different ways in which libraries are connecting and collaborating with...

 
The Next Generation of Librarians: Crossroads for Discovery (with Lynne Funtik and Andrea Abernathy), Association of Christian Librarians Conference (2014)
 
E-books in Ohio: What's a Librarian to Do?, Academic Library Association of Ohio Collection Management Interest Group (2013)
 
Library Science Careers Program for Undergraduates, Association of Christian Librarians Conference (2011)