VCU Libraries Faculty Vita
Associate University Librarian for Public Services
Room 444, James Branch Cabell Library
MLIS Library and Information Studies. The University of Alabama, 1997.
BA Music. Samford University, 1995.
Previous Professional Experience
Head of Public and Research Services / Associate Professor (with tenure)
Texas A&M University Libraries, 2005 - 2011
Co-founder, Global Music Archive
Vanderbilt University, 2004 - 2005
Director, Anne Potter Wilson Music Library
Vanderbilt University, 2001 - 2005
Samford University, 1998 - 2001
Goodwin, S.G., Shurtz, S., Gonzalez.A, Clark, D.T. (2012). “Assessing an e-reader lending program: from pilot to mainstream service.” Library Review (61) 1.
Clark, D.T. (2011) “Leading from the Middle, and Other Contrarian Essays on Library Leadership.” portal: Libraries and the Academy. (11) 4. (Review)
Weiner, S.G., P. Brevik, D. T. Clark, T. Caboni. (2009) “Understanding the Higher Education Context: The Peabody Academic Library Leadership Institute.” Journal of Library Administration, 49 (8).
Clark, D.T. (2009) “Lending Kindle Ebook Readers: The Texas A&M University Experience." Collection Building, 28 (4).
Resnick, T. and D.T. Clark. (2009) “Evolution of Electronic Resources Support: Is Virtua Reference the Answer?” Library Hi-Tech, 27 (3).
Wan, G., D.T. Clark, et al. (2009) “Key Issues Surrounding Virtual Chat Reference Model, a Case Study.” Reference Services Review, 37 (1).
Clark, D.T., et al. (2008) “Qualitative Assessment of the Kindle E-Book: Results from Early Focus Groups.” Performance Measurement and Metrics: The International Journal for Library and Information Services, 9 (2).
Clark, D.T. (2007) “Practical Assessment at Texas A&M: Using LibQual+ Comments to Enhance Reference Services” in Proceedings of the Library Assessment Conference. Washington: Association of Research Libraries.
Clark, D. T. “Digital Recordings in the Music Library.” Mosaic: The Many Facets of the Library. Jean and Alexander Heard Library, Vanderbilt University, 2004.
Clark, D.T. "An Elizabethan Printer in Alabama: John Day and a 1578 Copy of The Whole Booke of Psalmes." The Alabama Librarian 50:4 (Winter 2000) 10-11.
Clark, D.T. and S.P. Goodwin. (2010, April) Two Year’s of Kindles: The Texas A&M Libraries Experience. Program presented at the Computers in Libraries Conference, Washington D.C.
McElrath, E., D.T. Clark, and L. de los Santos. (2008, April) Activities for Learning Styles. Program Presentation at the Texas Library Association Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.
Clark, D.T. (2006, September) Practical Assessment at Texas A&M: Using LibQual+ Comments to Enhance Reference Services. Paper presented at the ARL Library Assessment Conference, Charlottesville, VA.
Clark, D.T. (2005, February) Under African Skies: Recording and Collecting the Music of Uganda. Paper presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Music Library Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Clark D.T. and Weiner, S.G. Service Quality 101 for Libraries. Workshop designed for staff of Vanderbilt libraries during 2002-2003. Workshop was given twice. 1.5 hours
Clark, D.T. (2002, July) Musical Literacy in Elizabethan England: John Day's Psalm books and Solfege Type. Invited paper for the 10th Annual Conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, London, England.
Clark D.T. (2001, November) Vanderbilt's Music Library: 55 Years of Change. Presentation for the Annual Meeting of the Southeast Music Library Association, Greenville, SC.
Clark, D.T. (2000, July) Music Publications. Moderated panel at the 8th Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Mainz, Germany.
Clark, D.T. (2000, July) The Whole Booke of Psalmes: John Day and the Origins of English Psalm Book Printing. Refereed paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Mainz, Germany.
Clark, D.T. (1997, January) Patents, Privileges and Pirates: Psalm Book Printing in Elizabethan England. Referred paper presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Music Library Association, New Orleans, LA.
Faculty Member, Academic Library Leadership Institute, Vanderbilt University, 2006-2009
Co-sponsor, Thesis research, Angela Mace, BM Candidate, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, 2005.
Music 200, “Music Appreciation,” Fall 1998, Spring 1999, Fall 1999, Spring 2000, Fall 2001, School of Music, Samford University
University Committee Work
Editorial Board, Public Services Quarterly, 2011 –
Library Faculty Executive Committee, Texas A&M Libraries, 2005- 2009, 2011 (elected) Co-chair, 2009, Secretary, 2011
Chair, Service Experience Group, Texas A&M Libraries, 2008-2009
Reference and User Services Association Publication Committee, American Libraries Association, 2006-2008
Chair, Faculty Search Committee for Library Fellows, 2006
Strategic Planning Organization Task Force, 2004-2005
Team Leader, Service Quality Improvement Team, Vanderbilt Libraries, 2003-2004
Information Alliance, Executive Committee, 2002-2005
Chair, Information Services Advisory Group, Vanderbilt Libraries, 2002-2005
Blair School of Music representative on Vanderbilt’s Provost’s SACS accreditation team, 2005
NASM Self-study Committee, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt, 2002-2004
Library Administration and Management Association Public Relations Committee, American Library Association, 2002-2004
Southeast Music Library Association Conference Program Committee, 2004
Reviewer for Choice, 2003
Music Library Association Copyright Web Site Subcommittee, 2001-2002
Library Automation Task Force, Samford University, 2000-2001
Music Appreciation Evaluation Committee, School of Music, Samford University 2000-2001
University Committee on Learning Resources, Samford University, 1998-2001, Chair, 1999-2001
Chair, University Library Public Relations Committee, Samford University, 1999-2001
University Web Advisory Committee, Samford University, 1999-2001
- American Library Association
- Association of College and Research Libraries Division
- Reference and User Services Association
- Library Administration and Management Association
- Taiga Forum
- Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing
- Music Library Association
- American Musicological Society
- Society for Ethnomusicology