Philip E. Schreur

Deputy University Librarian

Phil Schreur
(650) 723-2454

As the Deputy University Librarian (DUL), I am responsible for oversight of daily Library operations and am the Libraries’ leader for several strategically important ventures. The DUL is the Vice Provost's principal adviser regarding operational and staff issues. I share responsibility with the Vice Provost for working with campus leaders and administrators to advance university-wide initiatives as well as representing the Library within University committees, and regional, national, and international research library organizations. I am responsible for liaising with the Stanford Coordinate libraries in the development of common goals and objectives and am responsible for developing, maintaining, and evolving collaborative and coordinated programs with research libraries in the Ivy Plus Library Confederation (IPLC) along with various national and major regional libraries in the UK and the European Community as well as selected libraries in Asia and the Antipodes.

Philip E. Schreur

Deputy University Librarian

As the Deputy University Librarian (DUL), I am responsible for oversight of daily Library operations and am the Libraries’ leader for several strategically important ventures. The DUL is the Vice Provost's principal adviser regarding operational and staff issues. I share responsibility with the Vice Provost for working with campus leaders and administrators to advance university-wide initiatives as well as representing the Library within University committees, and regional, national, and international research library organizations. I am responsible for liaising with the Stanford Coordinate libraries in the development of common goals and objectives and am responsible for developing, maintaining, and evolving collaborative and coordinated programs with research libraries in the Ivy Plus Library Confederation (IPLC) along with various national and major regional libraries in the UK and the European Community as well as selected libraries in Asia and the Antipodes.

Education 

  • Ph.D., Medieval Music Theory, Stanford University, 1987.
  • M.L.I.S., Information Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1988.
  • B.A., Calvin College, 1980.

Professional activities 

American Library Association/ALCTS; Library Resources and Technical services Editorial Board; Program for Cooperative Cataloging Chair Elect (2011-2012), Chair (2012-2013); OCLC Research Library Program Metadata Managers; AMPAS Metadata Project Committee; Next Generation Cataloging & Metadata Services Pilot Program; Creating Library Linked Data: What Catalogers and Coders Can Build (speaker : ALA Annual 2012), Linked Data & Next Generation Catalogs (speaker : ALA Annual 2012); Linked Data as Revolution (Northern California Technical Processing Group 75th Annual Program, Berkeley 2012); Linked Data for Libraries: Why Should We Care? Where Should We Start? (Coalition for Networked Information, Baltimore, 2012).

Selected publications 

The Academy Unbound: Linked Data as Revolution, LRTS v. 56, no. 4, 2012.

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