Daniel N. Joudrey, PhD

 
Contact Information

Associate Professor
Office: SLIS P-205B, 1 Palace Road
Mailing Address: Simmons College, 300 The Fenway, SLIS P-205B, Boston, MA 02115
Phone: 617.521.2863
E-mail: joudrey@simmons.edu
Twitter: @dnjoudrey


Links to CV

Education
Current Position
Earlier Positions
Publications
Committee Service
Other Professional Activities and Conferences
Professional Memberships
Grants, Awards, and Honors


Education

University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences. PhD, December 2005

  • “Building Puzzles and Growing Pearls: A Qualitative Exploration of Determining Aboutnes.”
  • Advisor: Dr. Arlene G. Taylor
  • Full-tuition, teaching fellowship (2002-2005)
  • Margaret Mary Corbett Award for outstanding dissertation proposal, 2005

University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, MLIS, December 2000

  • Area of concentration: Cataloging
  • Full-tuition, graduate student assistantship (1999-2000)
  • President of Open Mind, 1999–2000

George Washington University, BA, May 1988.

  • Major: theatre
  • Minor: psychology
  • Recipient of the Board of Trustees Scholarship (1983-1988)

Current Position

 

 

Associate Professor, 2011–present
Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Boston, MA

Teaching

  • LIS 415: Information Organization
  • LIS 416: Descriptive Cataloging
  • LIS 417: Subject Cataloging and Classification

Current Writing Project

  • The Organization of Information, 4th edition

Committee Service


Other Professional and Library Experiences

Assistant Professor, 2005-2011
Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Boston, MA

Teaching, research, and service responsibilities as described above

Adjunct Instructor, 2005
Florida State University, College of Information, Panama City, FL

Taught cataloging for the College of Information via their online program.

Teaching Fellow/Instructor, 2002-2004
University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA

Taught the required core course LIS 2001: Organizing Information. Each week, lectured and conducted in-class exercises on the fundamentals of bibliographic control including introductions to retrieval tools and systems, metadata, MARC, Dublin Core, ISBD, AACR2, descriptive cataloging, access points, authority control, subject analysis, controlled vocabulary, and classification. Facilitated in-class discussion sessions and electronic class discussion boards. Supported student learning both in and out of the classroom, revised the syllabus, created assignments and in-class exercises, created an OCLC Connexion tutorial, graded papers, assigned readings, and conducted lab sessions.

Metadata Policy Intern, 2001
Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Coordinated and documented the development of metadata policies, best practices, and standards for metadata supporting all functions and processes in the life cycle of digital resources. Worked with and supported the Metadata Policy Group and four sub-committees investigating the requirements for a Library of Congress metadata policy. Searched for relevant materials on metadata to share with committee members. Collected web resources to develop a Metadata Policy Group intranet page. Developed discussion questions and draft statements to be included in the policy statement.

Research and Teaching Assistantships, 1999–2001, 2004–2005
University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA

Assisted Dr. Arlene G.Taylor and Dr. Hong Xu in their work at the School of Information Sciences. Responsibilities included: data collection for various studies, and analyzing web resources for a study of Dublin Core Resource Types for Dr. Taylor and Dr. Xu.

Assisted Drs. Taylor, Xu, Robins, and Normore in conducting the courses, LIS 2001: Organizing Information, LIS 2406: Subject Analysis, and LIS 2970: Cataloging. Supported the instructors by grading papers, designing exams and assignments, managing CourseWeb sites, conducting in-class exercises, guest lecturing, reviewing and suggesting readings, conducting discussion sessions, teaching OCLC training workshops, suggesting course activities, and attending classes.

Cataloging Intern, 2000
Chatham College Library, Pittsburgh, PA

Performed both copy and original cataloging on the library’s backlog of items in all formats. Trained in book repair and participated in the evaluation of integrated library systems.

Editorial Assistant/GSA, 2000
University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA

Performed the duties of the Editorial Assistant to Dean Toni Carbo for the peer-reviewed journal, The International Information & Library Review. Responsibilities included copy editing, managing the review process, writing introductions and forewords, and creating an article-tracking database. Helped to plan special events and receptions for the School of Information Sciences as needed. Assisted Dean Carbo in 2000 with her responsibilities as a past president of ALISE.

Copy Cataloger, 1999
University of Pittsburgh, Hillman Library, Pittsburgh, PA

Worked as part of the Latin American cataloging team. Tasks included: searching OCLC, performing copy cataloging on Library of Congress records, and performing copy cataloging and verifying all MARC fields on records submitted by other member institutions. 

Library Temporary Staff, 1999
InforCurrent (formerly Telesec Corestaff), Greenbelt, MD

Worked in various special libraries providing library clerk and paraprofessional services. Responsibilities included: cataloging for retrospective conversion projects, shelving, shelf-reading, serials check-in, labeling (pressure and heat), copying journal articles, loose-leaf updates, mail distribution, and various other tasks.


Publications
(in reverse chronological order)

 

 

 

 

 

Books

The Organization of Information, 4th edition by Daniel N. Joudrey and Arlene G. Taylor; with the assistance of Katherine M. Wisser. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2017.

Introduction to Cataloging and Classification, 11th edition by Daniel N. Joudrey, Arlene G. Taylor, and David P. Miller. Santa Barbara, CA.: Libraries Unlimited, 2015.

The Organization of Information, 3rd edition by Arlene G. Taylor and Daniel N. Joudrey. Westport, CT.: Libraries Unlimited, 2009.

Journal articles

"Still a Lot to Lose: The Role of Controlled Vocabulary in Keyword Searching." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53, no. 1 (2015): 1-39.

"Graduate Education for Information Organization, Cataloging, and Metadata." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 52, no 5. (2014): 506-550.

“Another Look at Graduate Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 46, no. 2 (2008).

“A New Look at US Graduate Courses in Bibliographic Control” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34, no. 1/2 (2002): 59–101.

“Textbooks Used in Bibliographic Control Education Courses” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34, no. 1/2 (2002): 103–120.

“On Teaching Subject Cataloging” with Arlene G. Taylor. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34, no. 1/2 (2002): 223–232.

“A Tribute to Arlene Taylor” with Toni Carbo, Jerry Saye, Richard Smiraglia, Sherry Vellucci, and others. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 32, no. 3 (2001): 76–79.

“Ethics: the science of morals” with Toni Carbo. International Information & Library Review 32, no. 3/4 (2000): 251–252.

Encyclopedia articles

“Cataloging” by Daniel N. Joudrey. In The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, updated ed. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis, 2017.

“Cataloging” by Arlene G. Taylor and Daniel N. Joudrey. In The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 3rd ed., edited by Marcia Bates and Mary Niles Maack. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis, 2010.

Book chapters

“Chapter 12. Organization and Representation of Information” by Arlene G. Taylor and Daniel N. Joudrey in The Portable MLIS: Insights from the Experts, 2nd ed., edited by Ken Haycock and Mary-Jo Romaniuk. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2017.

“Chapter 5: Systems and System Design” in The Organization of Information, 2nd ed. by Arlene G. Taylor. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2004.

“Chapter 6: Metadata” with Arlene G. Taylor in The Organization of Information, 2nd ed. by Arlene G. Taylor. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2004.

Book reviews

Book Review of Knowledge Organization, Information Systems and Other Essays Professor A Neelameghan Festschrift. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 45, no 1 (2007): 129-131.

Book Review of The Changing Nature of the Catalog and Its Integration with Other Discovery Tools: Final Report, and Rethinking How We Provide Bibliographic Services for the University of California: Final Report.Library Resources & Technical Services, 50, no. 4 (2006): 295-297.

Conference proceedings and/or reports

“LCSH Strings: Some Thoughts” by Daniel N. Joudrey and Arlene G. Taylor, in Library of Congress Subject Headings Pre- vs. Post-Coordination and Related Issues. Prepared by the Cataloging Policy and Support Office. Available: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/pre_vs_post.html.

“The Future is Longer than the Past” in Basic Values and the Future of Cataloging: Presentations from an ALCTS/CCS Forum, Jan. 21, 2007 at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Seattle, Washington. ALCTS Newslinks. Available at:  http://www.ala.org/ala/alcts/newslinks/bibcontrol/MW07Joudrey.cfm

“Building Puzzles and Growing Pearls: A Qualitative Exploration of the Subject Determination Process” in Proceedings from 7th ISKO–Spain Conference: The Human Dimension of Knowledge Organization, Barcelona 6–8 July 2005. Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, Dept. de Biblioteconomia i Documentació, 2005.


Committee Service

...to the Profession

American Library Association. Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (1999– )

Best of LRTS Award Jury (2015-2016)

Cataloging and Metadata Management Section (CaMMS). Executive Board. Member-at-large (2012-2015)

Council of Regional Groups Speakers’ Bureau. Speake. (2005–2011)

Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access. Intern (2007–2008)

Margaret Mann Citation Jury (2015-2016)

Subject Analysis Committee. Chair (2009–2011)

SAC Working Group to Review the LCSH Free-floating subdivisions. Chair (2010)

LC Genre/Form Terms Pre-Conference Workshop, ALA Annual 2011. Chair (2010–2011)

Subject Analysis Committee. Member (2008–2009; 2011-2012; 2016- )

Subcommittee on the Future of Subject Headings (2006– )

Subcommittee on DDC 305–306 (2000)

Association of Library and Information Science Education. (2002–2005, 2008–2009)

Tellers Committee (2008–2009)

Dublin Core Metadata Initiative.

Governing Board (2013–2014)

Library of Congress. Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate. Policy and Standards Division.

LCSH Online Training Project. Content creator, editor, and co-instructor (2015-  )

LCC Online Training Project. Content creator, editor, and co-instructor (2017-  )

...to the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College

      • Admissions and Awards Committee
        • Chair (2008–2012; 2016- )
        • Member (2005–2008)
      • COA Accreditation Working
        • Group 5: Administration and Finance (2010)
        • Faculty (2016-2017)
      • Curriculum Committee (2005–2010; 2012-2013)
      • Curriculum subcommittees:
        • Core Curriculum Implementation Committee (2012-2013)
        • Foundations Course Implementation Committee (2012-2013)
          • Chair (2012-2013)
        • Core Curriculum Committee (2011-2012)
          • Chair (2011-2012)
        • Information Organization Area of Excellence Working Group (2010-2011)
        • Advising Subcommittee (2009–2010)
        • Core Curriculum Subcommittee (2007–2008)
        • Foundations Course Working Group (2007)
          • Chair (2007)
        • Core Curriculum Working Group (2007)
        • Course Evaluation Working Group (2006–2007)
      • Faculty Policy Manual Implementation Guidelines Working Group (2010-2011)
      • Faculty Secretary (2005–2006)
      • GSLIS Space Planning Committee (2005–2007)
      • Hollowell Research Fund Committee (2011-2012)
      • Online Education Committee (2011-2014)
      • Panel on Adjunct Review and Recommendation (2011-2012)
      • Parliamentarian (2005–2008, 2009, 2011-2012, 2015- )
      • Rank, Tenure, and Appointments (2012-2013; 2013-2016)
        • Chair (2015-2016)
      • Search Committee for GSLIS Associate Dean for Admissions (2008)
      • Search Committee for GSLIS Dean (2012-2013)
      • Search Committee for Digital Preservation faculty position (2012-2013)
      • Search Committee for Information Organization faculty position
        • Chair (2017-2018)
      • Search Committee for Technology faculty position (2012-2013)
      • Spectra Student Group Faculty Advisor (2015-2017)

...to Simmons College

Academic Assessment Planning Group (AAPG) (2010–2011)

Academic Technology Committee

  • Alternate (2006–2007)
  • Member (2007–2008)

Bookstore Advisory Committee (2005–2014)

Honor Board (2007–2011)


Other Professional Activities and Conferences

Attendee of the American Library Association Annual Meeting: 2000, 2005-2008, 2010-2011, 2013, 2017.

Attendee of the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting: 2006-2017.

Member of the Cataloging & Classification Quarterly panel to select the best of Volume 44.

Attendee of the International Society for Knowledge Organization, North American Chapter Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2007.

Attendee of the Dewey Decimal Classification 22 Conference for Educators, Dublin, Ohio, 2003.

Reviewer of papers submitted for the 2005 ALISE Conference.

Reviewer for International Information and Library Review.

Reviewer for Library and Information Science Research.

Reviewer for Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Review for Journal of Education in Library and Information Science


Professional Membership

American Library Association. Member, 1999–present.

American Society of Information Science and Technology. Member, 2002–2003.

Association of Library and Information Science Educators. Member, 2002–2005; 2008-2009.


Grants

Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts

Simmons College Fund for Research. “User’s Perceptions of Image Content and Characteristics: A Study of Image Tagging and Sorting” with Dr. Rong Tang. $1,000.

Emily Hollowell Research Fund. “User’s Perceptions of Image Content and Characteristics: A Study of Image Tagging and Sorting,” with Dr. Rong Tang. $2,317.

Emily Hollowell Research Fund. User’s Perceptions of Image Content and Characteristics: A Study of Image Tagging and Sorting,” with Dr. Rong Tang. $1,540.

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