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Mattie's role in the library
I am the head of Public Services for Special Collections and University Archives. You'll often find me either in the Field Reading Room or conducting classes in the Barchas classroom.
Topic Guides by Mattie
Course Guides by Mattie
Member, Society of California Archivists, Strategic Planning Task Force, 2012-2013
Member, ACRL/RBMS Seminars Committee, 2010-2012
Member, ACRL/RBMS Preconference Program Planning Committee, 2010-2012
Key Contact for State of California, Society of American Archivists, 2009-2012
Member, OCLC Streamlining Photography and Scanning working group, 2010
Member, OCLC Steering Committee for Special Collections Delivery, 2009
Member, Society of California Archivists, Nominating Committee, 2008-2010
Member, Society of California Archivists, Annual Meeting Program Committee, 2008 and 2011
Member, Society of American Archivists, Annual Meeting Host Committee, 2008
Member, Educational Committee, Society of California Archivists, 2007-ongoing
Using Primary Sources: Hands-On Instructional Exercises. Co-editor with Anne Bahde and Heather Smedberg, Libraries Unlimited (to be published in 2014)
Roberts, Regina Lee and Mattie Taormina. 2013. "Collaborative Co-Design for Library Workshops." Behavioral& Social Sciences Librarian 32 (1): 46-56.
"From Physical to Virtual: Stanford Special Collections and University Archives in Second Life" in A Different Kind of Web: New Connections between Archives and Our Users with Web 2.0 by Kate Theimer (published by Society of American Archivists, 2011)
Book Review: "Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies for Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Archival Collections (Book by Beth Whittaker and Lynne M. Thomas)." Portal: Libraries and the Academy Journal
<http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/portal_libraries_and_the_academy/>(published October 2010)
More about Mattie
My career in archives began with an archival internship at the Archdiocese of San Francisco as an undergraduate and I've worked continuously in the field since then. Seeking to be familiar with all facets of information management, I've worked in records management, political research, museums, and various other archival and library repositories.
Before coming to Stanford in 2006, I worked at the California State Library for 9 years for State Librarian, Dr. Kevin Starr. After Dr. Starr retired, I worked for the new State Librarian, Susan Hildreth, for two years. I hold a masters degree in Public History from Sacramento State University and an MLIS from San Jose State University which I completed in 2005.
Check out my personal blog for more insights into Public Service: http://mattiet.tumblr.com/
You can also find copies of some my talks and papers at http://stanford.academia.edu/MattieTaormina