Bartley A. Burk

Curriculum vitae

1136 Hesburgh Library
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Higher Education

Brigham Young University, Master of Library and Information Science, 1990.

Brigham Young University, B.S., Business Management (Finance emphasis), 1978, with minor in Economics/Accounting.

Positions Held

Social Science/Hispanic Bibliographic Access Management Team Leader, University of Notre Dame, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame, 1999-Present.

Social Sciences Cataloger, University of Notre Dame, Hesburgh Library, 1990-1999.

Academic Ranks Obtained

Staff Librarian, University of Notre Dame, 1990-1993.

Assistant Librarian, University of Notre Dame, 1993-Present.

Professional Memberships and Service

Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, 1995-Present.
Cataloging Subcommittee, 1995-Present.
Rapporteur General, 2000-Present
(Attended Annual Conference, 1995-Present)

Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians, 1993-1998.
Conference Planning Committee, 1997.
Conference Program Committee, 1997.
(Attended Annual Conference, 1994-1997)

American Library Association, 1990-1994.

ALSA 2, 1992-1995.
Continuing Education Committee, 1992-1995.

Continuing Education

OCLC Institute “Knowledge Access Management: Tools and Concepts for Next Generation Catalogers” held Feb. 16-18, 1998 in Dublin, Ohio. Included direction of a pilot project in the Hesburgh Library involving creation of OPAC records for WWW resources which was approved by and completed as a requirement of the Institute.


"Book Vendor Records in the OCLC Database: Boon or Bane?," (with Laura D. Shedenhelm) to appear in Library Resources & Technical Services, Volume 45, number 1, January 2001 (Refereed).

Other Publishing Contributions

Rapporteur for SALALM Newsletter, August 1997, for Rev. Edward Cleary’s Presentation “The Catholic Church in Latin America," 1997 Annual Conference of SALALM.

Rapporteur for SALALM Newsletter, August 1998, for panel discussion “Technology in the Use of Manuscripts and Resources in Caribbean Studies,” 1998 Annual Conference of SALALM.

Rapporteur for SALALM Newsletter, August 1999, for panel discussion “Oral History as a Source for Documenting Popular Culture,” 1999 Annual Conference of SALALM.

University Service

University Committee on Elections, 1995-1996.

Library Service

Committee on Appointments and Promotions, 1994-1996, 1999-2001.
Bibliographic Access Management Team, 1999-Present.
Screen Design Committee, 1997-Present.
Web Management Team, 1998-Present.
Subject Organization of Electronic Resources, 1998-1999.
Task Force on Technical Services Processes, 1996-1998. (Co-chairperson)
Cataloging Advisory Group, 1995-1998.
Committee on Nominations and Elections, 1995-1996.
Space Planning Task Force, 1992-1994.
TQM Team Leader, 1992-1993.
Professional Development Committee, 1991-1993.

Other Notable Contributions

SALALM Conference, May 30, 1999, presentation to the Subcommittee on Cataloging of SALALM with Laura Shedenhelm of the University of Georgia on our research involving OCLC vendor cataloging records from Puvil and Iberbook.

Report to the Library Faculty on “Knowledge Access Management” seminar held in Dublin, Ohio with a discussion of metadata at the April 1998 library faculty meeting.