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UMW Technical Services

Serves as a reference for all UMW Staff.

Technical Services Staff

  • Vacancy: Acquisitions Assistant
    x1761
    Responsible for: Ordering, receiving, and processing physical materials.  Paying invoices.
  • Christie Glancy: Head of Technology and Technical Services
    x1740
    email
    Responsible for: Acquisitions, Metadata management, Budgeting, Vendor communications for print materials,
    Serials management, GOBI ordering issues.
  • Vacancy: Technical Services Specialist
    x1747
     
    Responsible for: Physical processing, print serials, withdrawals, hiring/training/supervising student assistants.
  • Phyllis Johnson: Government Documents Assistant
    x1759
    email
    Responsible for: Receiving, processing and withdrawal of government documents

Technical Services FAQ

 

General item questions
Route to Technical Services Assistant with a description of the problem.
Post your question to the #metadata-problems Slack channel.
Route to Technical Services Head with a description of the problem.
Route to Technical Services Assistant to see if book repair is an option.
Post your question to the #metadata-problems Slack channel.
Ordering
Send the Technical Services Head an email or Slack DM.
Send the Technical Services Head an email or Slack DM.
Contact the Electronic Resources Librarian.
Primo or Alma Issues
Primo and Alma issues can be handled a few different ways:
  • Post Primo issues to the # primo Slack channel
  • Send an email to Christie and Gardner. One of them will be able to help.
  • Send Christie and Gardner a DM in Slack.
    If issues can't be resolved right away, they will add the problem to the Systems log in Sharepoint.
Donations and Withdrawals
Contact the Collection Development librarian.
Items must go through the state surplus process.