Notice: The East Wing of the Main Library is closed until 3pm on Monday, June 17, as we continue major construction work.  We apologize for this inconvenience. For more information or for assistance accessing library resources, please visit any of our information desks, or call 517-355-2333.
Notice: The East Wing of the Main Library is closed until 3pm on Monday, June 17, as we continue major construction work.  We apologize for this inconvenience. For more information or for assistance accessing library resources, please visit any of our information desks, or call 517-355-2333.
Notice: Due to ongoing construction, 4 East is currently closed to the public.  To obtain items located on 4 East, please place an online request for the item to be paged for you using the ‘Place Request’ button in the catalog. Please visit our Circulation FAQ page for assistance in using our catalog.
Notice: Due to ongoing construction, 4 East is currently closed to the public.  To obtain items located on 4 East, please place an online request for the item to be paged for you using the ‘Place Request’ button in the catalog. Please visit our Circulation FAQ page for assistance in using our catalog.

Susan Kendall, PhD, MS(LIS)

 

Head of Collection Strategies

Michigan State University Libraries
East Lansing, MI 48824
Telephone:517-884-0902
Email: skendall@msu.edu

MSU Libraries Collections Strategies web site

 

Selected Publications:

Book: Kendall, Susan K., Ed  (2018).  Health Sciences Collection Management for the Twenty-First Century.  New York:  Rowman & Littlefield

Kendall SK (2018).  Discovery of the health sciences collection.  In:  Kendall, Susan K., Ed.  Health Sciences Collection Management for the Twenty-First Century.  New York:  Rowman & Littlefield, p. 173-191.

Kendall SK (2018).  The future of health sciences collection management.  In:  Kendall, Susan K., Ed  (2018).  Health Sciences Collection Management for the Twenty-First Century.  New York:  Rowman & Littlefield, p. 249-267.

Kendall, SK.  (2017)  Featured Article:  Lessons Learned Training New Health Sciences Librarians in Collection ManagementDoody’s Review Service April 2017 issue.

Kendall, SK and Monosoff-Richards, M.  (2015)  Training a new librarian in the what, how, where, and why of health sciences collections managementProceedings of the Charleston Library Conference.  DOI:  10.5703/1288284316246

Kendall, SK (2014).  Basic biomedical scientists: the rediscovered library usersAgainst the Grain 26(2):  34-36

Kendall, SK (2012)  Strategies of health sciences librarians working without a traditional health sciences libraryJournal of Hospital Librarianship 12(4):  363-371. postprint pdf