Gregory K. Raschke
NCSU Libraries
Raleigh, NC 27695-7111
greg_raschke@ncsu.edu
919-515-7188

Full Vita in pdf
List of publications/presentations (with links to open access copies where available)



North Carolina State University. July 2002 - present
Interim Associate Director for Collection Management Organization and Preservation. November 2004 - present. Provide leadership for all aspects of the Libraries’ collection management, technical services, and preservation departments. Manage a division that includes 26 librarians and 50 FTE staff with collections and operational budget expenditures of over $10 million. Serve on the Libraries’ senior administrative team.

Assistant Head of Collection Management. July 2002 - October 2004.
Helped oversee a 9.3 million dollar collections budget and directly supervised budgetary expenditures in all areas of science, engineering, and technology. Provided leadership for a department of 9 librarians and 2 staff while directly supervising 3 librarians and 1 staff member. Maintained active relations with faculty and graduate students and shared responsibility for articulating the collection development vision of the Libraries through written and oral presentation.

Selected Accomplishments:

RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS


Journal Articles, Book Chapters, & Magazine Articles: (Articles provided here are available for single copy downloads and printing only for personal research and study.)

“Making the Connections: An E-Matrix for Managing Resources in the Dis-integrated Library System,” Forthcoming paper and presentation with David Goldsmith for the ACRL 12th National Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 7-10, 2005.

“Electronic Resource Management: Clarity in the Mist,” netconnect a supplement to Library Journal. Summer 2004: 4-8, with Suzanne Weiner.

“Opportunity Knocks: The Demand for Minority Science and Technology Librarians,” Winds of Change 18 #4 (Autumn 2003): 12-15, with Karen Letarte.

“Hiring Practices in Academic Libraries: Problems and Solutions,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 3 #1 (January 2003): 53-67.

"Engineering Communications," Introduction to Engineering New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2002, with Paul H. Wright.

"Information Consulting: The Key To Success In Academic Libraries," with others. Journal of Academic Librarianship 27 #2 (March 2001): 90-96.

"The Changing Nature of Reference and Information Services: Predictions and Realities," with others. Reference & User Services Quarterly 39 (Winter 1999): 151-157 (Winner of the 2001 Reference Press Service Award from the American Library Association).

Presentations

“Collections for the 21st Century,” presentation, Textile Information Users Council Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC, April 28, 2004.

“Collection Development or Information Access: Science and Engineering Collections Over the Next Decade,” American Society for Engineering Education 2003 Annual Conference. Nashville, TN: 2003.

Bibliographies, Reviews, Exhibits, & Multimedia:

Gregory K. Raschke, Newton & Newtoniana at the Georgia Institute of Technology Library: An Annotated Bibliography. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999.

Gregory K. Raschke, review of Searching Smart on the World Wide Web: Tools and Techniques for Getting Quality Results, by Cheryl Gould. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship 20 (Fall 1998).

Gregory K. Raschke, review of Holding on to Reality: The Nature of Information at the Turn of the Millennium by Albert Borgmann. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship 23 (Summer 1999).

Gregory K. Raschke, “Traditions Through the Years: History & Community at Georgia Tech,” an exhibit with Leslie Madden. Library & Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, Fall 1999.
http://www.library.gatech.edu/exhibits/traditions/index.html.

Contributed text for sections on “Biochemical Simulation, Selected U.S. Laws & Presidential Actions, Selected International Treaties, and Hard Choices,” National Security for the 21st Century. Atlanta, Georgia: Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000. CD-ROM and web site available at http://gtel.gatech.edu/security/main.htm.

 

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