About Kerrie Burn
Kerrie is the Library Manager at Mannix Library (Catholic Theological College) in East Melbourne.
She also currently chairs the Library and Academic Resources Committee for the University of Divinity and manages the University's Library Hub. Kerrie has worked in a variety of library and research support roles in both theological libraries and the wider Australian university sector.
Kerrie completed a Master of Arts by Research in 2007 and is interested in library history, the management of library special collections, institutional repositories, and collaborative collection development.
Honors and Awards
- 2016 - Awarded University of Divinity Research Grant
- 2007 - Awarded the distinction of Associate Fellow of the Australian Library and Information Association - AFALIA (CP)
- 2005-6 - Australian Postgraduate Award for Master of Arts by Research Studies.
- 2005 - Community Heritage Grant from the National Library of Australia
- 2004 - Melbourne College of Divinity Faculty Small Grant
- 2004 - ALIA's YBP/Lindsay & Howes Research Award
|2007||Master of Arts by Research, Melbourne College of Divinity|
|2003||Graduate Diploma in Theology, Melbourne College of Divinity|
|1992||Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Studies, The University of Melbourne|
|1988||Bachelor of Science, The University of Melbourne|
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The Australian Baptist Heritage Collection: management of a geographically distributed special collection MA thesis, Melbourne College of Divinity (2007)
This project examined the history, development and current state of Australian Baptist Heritage collections by exploring the contributions of, and relationships between, theological colleges and their libraries, Australian Baptist Historical Societies and Baptist Union Archive ...
Conference publications (2)
Build it and they will come?: assessing the impact of 'academic-friendly' practices on institutional repository growth at Southern Cross University Information Online 2009 Conference (2008)
Despite a proliferation of institutional repositories being established in recent years, and the significant financial and staffing resources invested in them, many have not fulfilled their initial promise. While most repository managers have been committed ...