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Library Liaison Profiles: Daniel Kinney

Daniel Kinney

Daniel Kinney

Metadata/Authority Control Librarian
Liaison: German, Italian, Italian American Studies, Classics
daniel.kinney@stonybrook.edu | W-2510C Melville Library | 631.632.7921

 

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Selected Publications, Presentations & Service

Articles

Kinney, Daniel W., "Stony Brook at the Dawn of the Roaring Twenties: A Hollywood Connection," The Historian 53, no. 2 (Summer 2016), http://www.tvhs.org

Kinney, Daniel W., "The Influence of Latin on the Development of the German Language," The Forum 33 (Spring 2015): 29-34

Kinney, Daniel W., “The Classification of Music Moving Image Materials: Historical Perspectives, Problems, and Practical Solutions,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 47, no. 1-2 (2009): 2-22

Kinney, Daniel W., “First Steps Towards Career Ladders for Library Support Staff at Stony Brook University,” co-author: Germaine Hoynos, Library Worklife 5, no. 11 (2008)

​Presentations
“Introduction to RDA for Catalogers,” (with Bushra Butt and Karen D’Angelo), Stony Brook University, May 19, 2014; repeated October 6, 2014, Farmingdale Public Library.

“Cataloging in RDA: What to Do?” (with Maggie Horn, Systems Administration; Sandy Card, Binghamton University; Dave Ritchie, Cortland), 45th Annual SUNYLA Conference, Buffalo, June 13, 2013.

“The Stony Brook Gift Books Program: A Catalyst for Collection Management and SUNY Collaboration” (with Susan P. Lieberthal and Richard Feinberg) 41st Annual SUNYLA Conference, Syracuse, June 19, 2009.

“First Steps towards Career Ladders for Library Professionals” (with Germaine Hoynos), 39th Annual SUNYLA Conference, SUNY Maritime, June 14, 2007.

Professional Service
Long Island Library Resources Council, Board of Trustees, 2006-2010; President, 2008-2010, 2013-present; President 2015-2016

Long Island Regional Digitization Center, Advisory Board.

“Project 50 Forward” Library Initiative Team, 2011.

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