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Marielle Veve

August 5, 2011
Marielle Veve

Marielle Veve

Marielle Veve, assistant professor and interim metadata/cataloging leader, the University of Tennessee Libraries, has received the 2011 Esther J. Piercy Award at the Annual meeting of the American Library Association (ALA). This prestigious award is given by ALA’s Association of Library Collections and Technical Services to recognize the “contribution to those areas of librarianship included in library collections and technical services by a librarian with not more than ten years of professional experience who has shown outstanding promise for continuing contribution and leadership.”

Veve was recognized for her innovative thinking and leadership in technical services librarianship, her contributions to library associations, and her research and publications. She is the author and co-author of several articles on topics such as Functional Requirements for Authority Data and non-MARC metadata workflows, and has presented on numerous subjects at national and local conferences. She has served on committees of ALCTS, the American Library Association and other professional associations.

Her recent publication The Streaming Guide to Cataloging Remote Access Multimedia: A How-to Virtual Manual for Catalogers is defining best practices for cataloging digital content and already has had international impact. Throughout the months of  November 2010 to March, 2011,  Google Analytics posted search results to the guide which yielded 1,452 visits from 43 countries.

Selected Publications

Veve, Marielle. The Streaming Guide to Cataloging Remote Access Multimedia: A How-to Virtual Manual for Catalogers. Knoxville, Tenn.: Newfound Press, c2010.

Veve, Marielle and Melanie Feltner-Reichert.  “Integrating Non-MARC Metadata Duties into the Workflow of Traditional Catalogers: A Survey of Trends and Perceptions among Catalogers in Four Discussion Lists.”  Technical Services Quarterly 27, no. 2 (Apr. 2010):  194-213. (principal author)

Veve, Marielle.  “Applying the FRAD Conceptual Model to an Authority File for Manuscripts: Analysis of a Local Implementation.”  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 47, no. 2 (Feb. 2009): 125-144.

Veve, Marielle.  “Supporting Name Authority Control in XML Metadata:  A Practical Approach at the University of Tennessee.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 53, Issue 1 (Jan. 2009): 41-52.

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