Page 1

Israel Yáñez 4249 Brookhill Drive Fair Oaks CA 95628 (916) 307-8230 iyanez@comcast.net http://iyanez.net

Experience

Library Assistant III Sacramento State University, Library, Bibliographic Control 1999-present     

Perform copy and adaptive cataloging of monographs and serials Perform copy, adaptive, and original cataloging of maps Perform maintenance of serials, including title changes, cancellations and cessations Provide and edit metadata for digital collections and the campus institutional repository Coordinate the acquisition, processing, bindery, and cataloging of Sacramento State University theses

Library Assistant III Sacramento State University, Library, Reference 1998-1999   

Provided reference service to campus faculty, staff and students Provided clerical support to library faculty Supervised student assistants

Library Assistant II Sacramento State University, Library, Bibliographic Control 1997-1998 

Performed copy cataloging and general catalog maintenance

Library Assistant II Sacramento State University, Library, Media Center 1990-1997    

Education

Provided service to campus faculty, staff, and students, by facilitating access to the media collection Participated in the planning, development, and implementation of departmental policies and procedures Monitored the budget allocated to student assistant funding and made recommendations for budget requests Hired, trained and supervised 10-15 student assistants per semester

San José State University Master of Library and Information Science Sacramento State University M.A. program, Spanish, 30+ units (all but thesis) Sacramento State University B.A., Spanish (French minor)


Skills

Technology  Innovative Interfaces Millennium (integrated library system)  Connexion client and Web browser version (OCLC bibliographic utility)  Microsoft Office  XHTML, CSS, XML  Familiarity with emerging technologies, particularly Web 2.0 tools Languages  Fluent in Spanish (reading, writing, and speaking)  Basic reading comprehension of French  Experience transliterating Greek

Awards/Grants

Publications

    

ALCTS/SAGE Library Support Staff travel grant, 2008 Joe Ann Clifton Student Award, SLA IT Division, 2008 LITA/OCLC Minority Scholarship Award, 2008 ALA Spectrum Scholar, 2008-2009 ACRL National Conference Library Student Scholarship, 2009

Yáñez, I. (2008). Information commons in academic libraries. b/ITe: Bulletin of the Information Technology Division/SLA 25(3), 13-19. Retrieved from http://units.sla.org/division/dite/bite/2008/bITeSummer2008.pdf Yáñez, I. (2009). Metadata: Implications for academic libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice. Retrieved from http://unllib.unl.edu/LPP/yanez.htm

Class Presentations & Projects

Committees

Memberships

Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Metadata Standards and Workflow Implications http://iyanez.net/libr281/ETDs/ETDs.html

Cataloging Sheet Maps According to AACR2, Chapter 3 http://iyanez.net/libr249/maps.pdf

FRBR Group 1 Entities http://iyanez.net/libr249/FRBRGroup1.pdf

Sacramento State University Library  Library Assessment Group  WebOPAC Enhancement Group  IT Planning and Coordinating Committee  Selection Advisory Committee for Dean of the University Library, 2007  Search Advisory Committee for Director of Library Systems,1999  Search Advisory Committee for Director and Dean of the Library,1997    

American Library Association (ALCTS, LITA) California Library Association Online Audiovisual Catalogers (OLAC) REFORMA

Israel Yáñez 4249 Brookhill Drive, Fair Oaks CA 95628, iyanez@comcast.net

Résumé  

Israel's résumé