Jana Richman

Jana Richman

Director of Library Services

Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology

Journal Articles

"Selling to your Steadiest Customers: the Library Market--the LAPT Report. Library Acquisitions : Practice and Theory. Volume 6, Number 2, 1982.

 

"Cost Effectiveness in Soviet Serial Exchanges. Library Resources and Technical Services. Volume 25, Spring 1982.

 

"Coordinated System of Processing Gift and Exchange Serials at the University of Utah Library. Library Acquisitions : Practice and Theory. Volume 8, Number 2, 1980.

 

"The Czech Connection. University of Utah Libraries Newsletter, Volume 8, Spring 1979.

Other Publications

Polytechnic University Dibner Library profiled in Training College Students in Information Literary; Profiles of How Colleges Teach their Students to Use Academic Libraries. NY: Primary Research Group, 2003.

 

Co-author, Information and Instructional Services Manual. Marriott Library, University of Utah

Education

University of Massachusetts

Bachelor of Arts, History

Drexel University

Master of Science, Library and Information Science

Experience

Hofstra University

Assistant Dean for Technical Services

From: January 1990 to May 1995

Adelphi University

Head of Acquisions, Coordinator of Technical Services

From: March 1987 to December 1990

New York University, Bobst Library

Head of Acquisitions

From: September 1981 to February 1984

Duke University

Assistant Head of Acquisitions

From: September 1980 to August 1981

University of Utah

Gifts and Exchanges Librarian

From: November 1976 to August 1980

Authored + Edited Books

Chapter in "Taking Mystery out of European Book Buying. in Business of Library Acquisitions. Karen A. Schmidt ed., Chicago: American Library Association, 1990.

Research Interests

I am interested in research on best practices of  managing library in the university. As information technology is now shaping both the practice of scholarly inquiry and the daily routine of our students and faculty, research on data management and effective practices for library service is critical.