Curriculum Vitae

Richard J. Pugh

11398 Boston Drive, Boston, Virginia 22713

Areas of Accomplishment:

  • Library Technical and System Services:
    • Original cataloging of video recordings, sound recordings, electronic data files, government documents, monographs, rare books, and archival materials, using the MARC format, AACR-II, the Library of Congress subject headings, the Library of Congress Classification System, the Dewey Decimal System, and government document number systems.
    • Indexing and abstracting of local collection materials using national bibliographic utilities, networked systems, and local systems.
    • Bibliographic database searching of RLIN and OCLC.
    • Authority control record research and development following NACO standards, using both AACR-II and RDA.
    • Acquisition and processing of new library materials.
    • Library catalog maintenance using Voyager, Endeavor, Sirsi, Basis, NOTIS and GEAC based systems.
  • Library Public Services:
    • Adjunct instructor of cataloging and indexing.
    • Presentations and workshops in the use of electronic information resources.
    • Authorship of collection documentation.
    • Bibliographic and collection development.
    • General reference and public service.
  • Internet Development:
    • Design, development, testing, documentation and delivery of World Wide Web Documents.
    • Implementation and Maintenance of World Wide Web server systems.
    • Implementation of most major Internet protocols.
    • Use of Hypertext Markup Language.
  • Computer Systems and Software:
    • Experience with many version of Windows and MS-DOS, Macintosh, Linux, BSD, and UNIX operating systems.
    • Basic computer network maintenance.
    • Computer hardware configuration and repair.
    • Relational database development.
    • Programming experience with five procedural programming languages.

Professional Experience:



Boettcher, Jennifer and Richard J. Pugh. “The Home Page: Vanity Press or Bibliographic Tool.” SLA Business and Finance Division Bulletin. (Spring 1995)

An Annotated Bibliography of the Internet and the NREN. Copyright 1993. Seminar Project, School of Information Science and Policy, SUNY Albany.

The Scope Notes, Newsletter of the School of Information Science and Policy. Editor (Fall, 1992).

Schaeper, Thomas J. “French History as Written on Both Sides of the Atlantic: A comparative Analysis.” French Historical Studies 17 (No 1, Spring 1991): 233- 248. Contributing researcher.

Presentations and Workshops:

Use of the Marc record in cataloging Internet resources, January 19, 1994, for the Working Group on Cataloging, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Lessons learned from Cataloging NEEDS (National Engineering Education Delivery System) database records, for the Synthesis Coalition, October 16, 1993, California State University at Berkeley, Berkeley, California.

Observations from Cataloging NEEDS records, for a select group of individuals associated with the NEEDS database, August 19, 1993, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

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