MARY S. WOODLEY, Ph.D.
MLS University of California, Los Angeles Fall, 1994.
PhD University of California, Los Angeles Archaeology Program, March 1989.
MA University of California, Los Angeles Archaeology Program, June 1979.
BA University of Florida, Anthropology, June 1973, cum laude.
LIBRARIAN, Coordinator of Collection Development, California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA. 2004-
ASST. LIBRARIAN, Social Sciences Librarian, California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA. July 1999-2004.
SERIALS CATALOGER, Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, Santa Monica, CA. October 1995- July 1999.
SENIOR CATALOGING ASSISTANT, The Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, Santa Monica, CA. Cataloger. October 1986 -October 1995.
LIBRARY MEDIA TECHNICAL ASSISTANT, William Oxley Memorial Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Cataloging editor. September 1982 - March 1985.
MUSEUM ASSISTANT to Dr. Kyle Phillips, Florence, Italy. Preparation of Etruscan material from Murlo for consignment to the Italian government. September 1983 - December 1983.
LIBRARY ASSISTANT, William Oxley Memorial Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. June 1981 - September 1982.
CATALOGER, Provincial Museum, Victoria, British Columbia. Cataloged human skeletal material; member of the archaeological site survey team. September 1978 - September 1979.
SLIDE LIBRARIAN, Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum, Los Angeles. Supervised photography; maintained slide library; assisted in exhibition preparation. June 1976 - June 1978.
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER, Jacksonville, Florida. Taught first and second year Latin at three schools. September 1973 - June 1974.
Reading knowledge in Latin, French, Italian and German.
Dean's list, Honor Roll, and Phi Beta Kappa. UCLA Chancellor's Patent Fund Travel Grant
- American Libraries Association, ALCTS, CSS Executive Committee, elected as member-at-large. 3 year term. 2005-2008.
- American Libraries Association, ALCTS, CC:DA, Planning Commitee for Preconference on Cataloging Cultural Objects, 2006. 2005-2006.
- American Libraries Association, ALCTS, CC:DA, Planning Commitee for Program on Cataloging Cultural Objects, 2005. 2004-2005.
- American Libraries Association, NRMC 2004 Pre-Conference Putting the Digital Puzzle Together, Chair, June 2003-June 2004
- American Libraries Association, CC:DA Pre-Conference Task Force on Metadata, Co-Chair, February 2002 (Cancelled to low attendance at ALA meeting in Toronto, Canada, June 2003)
- Dublin Core User-Guide Working Group (Chair), 2002- ; renamed Dublin Core Documentation Working Group, 2004-
- American Libraries Association, Library of Congress Task Force Action Plan 2.3, July 2002-
- American Libraries Association, Library of Congress Task Force Action Plan 1.3, July 2002-March 2004
- American Libraries Association, ALCTS, Networked Resources and Metadata Committee (Chair), 2001-2004
- American Libraries Association,CC:DA Task Force on the Review of ANSI/NISO Draft Standard Z39.85, July-August 2000
- American Libraries Association, CC:DA Task Force to Draft an Appendix on Major and Minor Changes, March 2000-
- Dublin Core User-Guide Working Group, Member 1999-2002
- President of the Southern California Technical Processes Group, July 1999-June 2000
- American Libraries Association, CC:DA Pre-Conference Task Force on Metadata, February 1999-2000
- American Libraries Association, CC:DA Task Force on Metadata, June 1998-July 2000
- Vice-President / President-elect of the Southern California Technical Processes Group, July 1998-June 1999
American Library Association
California Academic Research Libraries
Southern California Technical Processes Group
KM 620: Information Organization in the Knowledge Management Environment. CSUN Tseng College of Extended Learning. Summer 2006. Summer 2008.
Art 499 (with Owen Doonan, CSUN Art Dept.)
Heinrich, H., Helfer, D., Woodley, M. S. (2009). Doing More with Less in Technical Services. Searcher: The Magazine for the Database Professional, 17(7), 7-9; 46. www.infotoday.com/searcher/default.asp
Woodley, Mary. "Crosswalks, Harvesting, and Metasearching: Using Metadata to Connect Users and Information. " rewritten chapter in 3rd ed. of Introduction to Metadata. Spring 2008.
Task Force on an Appendix of Major and Minor changes. Changes Within: Guidelines on When to Create a New Record. Chicago: American Libraries Assocation, ALCTS, 2004. Available in print and online http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alcts/resources/org/cat/differences.cfm
Selection Criteria Taskforce. Selection Criteria for Traditional and Electronic. Resources. Library of Congress Bicentennial Conference on Bibliographic Control in the New Millennium. March 2004 (last viewed 28 November 2004). http://www.loc.gov/catdir/bibcontrol/selection_criteria.pdf
Woodley, Mary S. "An Interview with Sara Shatford Layne." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 36/2 (2003) 3-16.
Woodley, Mary S. "A Digital Library Project on a Shoestring." Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 26 (2002) 199-206.
Miller, Eric and Diane Hillman. "Libraries and the Future of the Semantic Web: RDF, XML, and Alphabet Soup," by Eric Miller and Diane Hillmann in Cataloging the Web: Metadata, AACR2 and MARC 21. Scarecrow Press, 2002. Transcribed by Mary Woodley.
Woodley, Mary S. "San Fernando Valley History Digital Library Project: a Collaborative Digital Project Between Local Historical Societies and a University Library." Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2001.Tokyo, National Institute of Informatics, 2001, p. 93-96. Also available online: http://www.nii.ac.jp/dc2001/
Woodley, Mary S. "Crosswalks, the Path to Universal Access?," Introduction to Metadata. Los Angeles, Calif. Getty Research Institute. August 2000. http://www.getty.edu/gri/standard/intrometadata/2_articles/woodley/index.htm
Baca, Murtha, Patricia Harpring and Mary Woodley. "A Crosswalk of Metadata Element Sets for Art, Architecture, and Cultural Heritage Information and Online Resoures." Introduction to Metadata. August 2000. http://www.getty.edu/gri/standard/intrometadata/3_crosswalks/index.htm
Lindstrom, Richard W. and Mary S. Woodley, "Irresistible Metadata: Guidelines for Usage of Dublin Core Metadata in Online Exhibitions," Spectra, vol. 26, no. 1, Spring 1999, pp. 19-31.
Current trends in patron driven acquisitions for books in science & technologyACRL/STS Publisher/Vendor Relations Discussion Group (January 9, 2011, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm) Panelists: Michael Levine-Clark (University of Denver); Diane Clark (University of Alberta); Mary Woodley (CSU-Northridge); Syed Hasan (Springer); Matt Barnes (ebrary)
Woodley, M. S. (Presenter & Author), Cullen, S. (Presenter & Author), Saroukhanian, T. (Presenter & Author), Teaching & Learning Bytes, ""Less Time, Less Money? - Leveraging Technology & Universal Design"," CSUN, Campus. (March 30, 2010).
Woodley, M. S. (Presenter & Author), Cullen, S. (Presenter & Author), Stephens, D. (Presenter & Author), Hellenbrand, H. (Presenter & Author), CSUN Faculty Retreat, "Less Time? Less Money? Learn How to Tame Technology to Help You," CSUN, Campus. (January 12, 2010).
Helfer, D. S. (Presenter & Author), Heinrich, H. (Presenter & Author), Woodley, M. S. (Presenter & Author), Internet Librarian, "Doing More with Less in Technical Services," Information Today, Inc., Monterey, CA. (October 28, 2009).
Woodley, M. S. (Presenter Only), Dooley, J. (Presenter Only), Nabe, J. (Presenter Only), American Library Association., "Patron Initiated Collection Development in Academic Libraries: Sharin Local Experiences & Implications for Change," ALA. Collection Development in Academic Libraries Interest Group, Chicao, IL. (July 11, 2009).
Woodley, M. S., Doonan, O., Teaching & Learning Bytes, "Art 499C: Field Archaeology in Anatolia: teaching in a classroom without frontiers," CSUN, Campus. (February 23, 2009).
Henry, M., Garcia, E. P., Skaggs, D., Woodley, M. S., CSUN New Faculty Retreat, "What's New @ Oviatt Library:Web 2.0 Enhancements, Tutorials, Social Networks, Cited Reference Searching, Citation Services," California State University Northridge, Ventura, CA. (January 2009).
Woodley, Mary. KM Expert Panel #6: Semantic Web, ontology and KM tools. Southern California Knowledge Management Forum: Creating a Culture that Values Sharing Knowledge." Dec. 13, 2007.
Woodley, Mary. RDA and the Dublin Core Community: What We Can Learn from Each Other. American Library Association, ALCTS Electronic Resources Interest Group. Panel Discussion. January 20, 2007. http://library.csun.edu/mwoodley/DCRDAatERIG2.ppt and LITA blog entry: http://litablog.org/2007/01/22/no-discussion-discussion-on-rda/
Woodley, Mary. The Implications of Executive Order 926 and the proposed CSU Technology Access Guidelines for Academic Technology. Panel presentation at CATS Conference, Sacramento, Calif. March 24, 2005.
Simmons' Summer Institute for Knowledge Sharing, Instructor (Boston, Mass. July 12-15, 2004)
Woodley, Mary and Snowdy Dodson, Doris Helfer. Ecology of Scholarly Publishing. CSUN Faculty Retreat. January 2004.
Library of Congress/RUSA Taskforce SCTF 1.3: Status Report. American Library Association Annual Meeting, LC/RUSA Forum, June 2003.
Library of Congress/ALCTS Taskforce METF 2.3: Panel Discussion. American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, LC/RUSA Forum, January 2003.
Taking the students beyond the shelves. CSUN Faculty Retreat, January 2003, with Antonio Calvo and Lynn Lampert.
VRA 3.0 and CONTENTdm, Presentation at CSU Visual Research Association, May 28, 2002 at California State University, Northridge.
OCLC CONTENTdm Product Forum, Presentation at American Library Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA June 16th, 2002.
UCLA/Getty Summer Institute, Instructor, July 29-August 1, 2002.
The San Fernando Valley History Digital Project: A Collaborative Digital Project Between Local Historical Societies and a University Library. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications. Tokyo, Japan. October 2001.
Creating Online Cultural Heritage Resources: Tools and Methods for How We Work Today, Part I & II: Introduction to Metadata & Community Specific Implementations, Summer Institute of Knowledge Sharing, Getty and UCLA Institute, August 6 - 10, 2001.
Consortial Buying! Consortial Cataloging? , CSU-L South CARL Special Interest Group. Chancellor's Office, Long Beach, Calif. June 1, 2001.
Metadata Initiatives: Introduction and Implementations. Metadata Workshop,Special Libraries Association, San Diego Chapter. March 30, 2001.
One Stop Shopping: Is Universal Access Really What We Want?, Internet Librarian. Monterey, Calif. November 2000. (Best viewed in Internet Explorer)
Providing Access in OPAC to Electronic Journals from an Aggregator Database , North American Serials Interest Group Annual Meeting. San Diego, Calif. June 2000. With Jina Wakimoto
Prototypes for Searching Multiple Databases, CC:DA Taskforce on Metadata, Jan. 16, 2000, American Libraries Association Midwinter Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
Irresistible Metadata, ALCTS Networked Resources and Metadata Committee, June 25, 1999, American Libraries Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La.
Irresistible Metadata, Southern California Technical Processes Group, April 22, 1999, Claremont Colleges, Calif. http://library.csun.edu/sctpg/wsctpg.htm