18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91330-8328
(818) 677-2265, (818) 677-2261
Fax: (818) 677-4928
The Library’s Collection Access and Management Services is located on the fourth floor, West Wing of the Oviatt Library. Office hours are 8am – 5 pm, Monday – Friday.
The Collection Access and Management Services (CAMS) Department is responsible for selecting, acquiring, receiving, invoicing, cataloging, and processing all of the library materials contained in the Oviatt Library. CAMS provides access to Library resources through our discovery tool. Collection Development coordinates the work of academic department faculty (faculty liaisons) and librarians, who cooperatively select resources for the collection. CAMS also provides control for the Library archival, digital and electronic collections, including journals, newspapers, magazines, books in series and other publications issued in sequence, as well as government documents.
Collection Development Coordinator
Collection Access and Management Services Librarians:
Kimberly Embleton, Librarian
Christina Hennessey, Systems Librarian
Ellen Jarosz, Head, Special Collections & Archives
Steve Kutay, Digital Services Librarian
Christina Mayberry, Science and Engineering Librarian
Nicole Shibata, Metadata Librarian
Andrew Weiss, Digital Services Librarian
Library School Students:
An Internship in the Collection Access and Management Services can be a great addition to you résumé.
- Application for Internship (PDF) requires Adobe Reader)
(NOTE: Interns must be enrolled in a Library or Information Science program and have completed cataloging courses, i.e.: Descriptive Cataloging and Subject & Classification Cataloging. Internship work can be done only during normal CAMS hours of operation: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.)
- Guidelines for CSUN Librarians Legacy Internship for Collection Access and Management Services Librarians
- CSUN Volunteer Identification Info
- Volunteer Form (PDF) (requires Adobe Reader)
Policies and Procedures
(see new Intranet CAMS pages)