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Ray Heigemeir

Public Services Librarian for Music

Ray Heigemeir, Music Library
(650) 384-9985

I oversee all aspects of public service for Music including reference, circulation, instruction, and facilities. I assist patrons in finding and using music research resources, provide tours, mount exhibits, and facilitate digitization requests. I maintain an active current awareness program and am the primary blogger on music topics  for the Stanford Libraries blog. I serve as webmaster for the Music Library site, and assist in developing the SUL web presence through work with the Online Experience Group.

Ray Heigemeir

Public Services Librarian for Music

I oversee all aspects of public service for Music including reference, circulation, instruction, and facilities. I assist patrons in finding and using music research resources, provide tours, mount exhibits, and facilitate digitization requests. I maintain an active current awareness program and am the primary blogger on music topics  for the Stanford Libraries blog. I serve as webmaster for the Music Library site, and assist in developing the SUL web presence through work with the Online Experience Group.

Education 

  • MA (musicology), University of Texas at Austin
  • MLS, Simmons College, Boston
  • BM, Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam

Professional activities 

Member, Music Library Association (MLA Web Committee Chair, 2016- ). Previous library experience encompasses academic law and commercial advertising. Additional professional training includes the Western Archives Institute, UC Berkeley; and Rare Book School, University of Virginia.

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