About Julie Carmen
I earned my Master in Library Science and a Graduate level Certificate in Archives from Emporia State University in May, 2009. I was hired in July, 2009 as a research librarian at the Arthur Lake Library, Colorado School of Mines. Although I worked in the library, my employer was the Center for Oil Shale Technology and Research (COSTAR). I was hired to process and increase the accessibility of the oil shale collections within the Tell Ertl Oil Shale Repository. My position ended in January, 2014 due to grant-funding running out. I was hired at Brooks Library, Central Washington University, to transform a Cataloging Department into a Cataloging & Digital Initiatives Department. I also assisted with teaching University101 classes for Information Literacy, and offered reference hours. In August, 2016, I became the grants researcher for the library, and have developed my skill-set devoted to finding grants that fit the library's mission.
Cataloging practices, Encoded Archival Description (EAD), Medieval Manuscripts, Fiber Art, Astronomy
Honors and Awards
- Acceptance into Colorado Association of Libraries’ Leadership Institute, 2010-2011. Initiation Ceremony on for October 5, 2010.
- Initiation into Phi Kappa Phi, May 16, 2007
- Recipient of the John, Valeta, and Richard Richel Scholarship, 2007
|July 2007 ‐ May 2009||Master of Library Science, Emporia State University|
Assistant Professor |Cataloging & Digital Initiatives Librarian
James E. Brooks Library, Rm 103B
400 East University Way
Central Washington University
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Oil Shale, Geology, Poster (3)
Tell Ertl Oil Shale Repository project update presented at the Oil Shale Symposium at Colorado School of Mines, October 22, 2010
Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings, Oil Shale, Geology, History, Slide Presentation (1)
Using the Tell Ertl Oil Shale Repository to Bring Historical Focus to Today's Efforts
Cagalog Migration, Systems Managment, Alma, Primo, Journal article (1)
Migration to Alma/Primo: A Case Study of Central Washington
Migration to Alma/Primo: A Case Study of Central Washington ...
Chinese Librarianship an International Electronic Journal (CLEIJ) (2015)
TThis paper describes how Central Washington University Libraries (CWUL) interacted and collaborated with the Orbis Cascade Alliance (OCA) Shared Integrated ...