Tina Baich, MLS, MA
I am the Senior Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication & Content Strategies at IUPUI University Library. In this role, I supervise the Center for Digital Scholarship as well as all cataloging and metadata creation, resource sharing services, library shipping, acquisitions, and special collections and archives. My primary professional focus is resource sharing in which I have more than ten years of professional experience.
My interest in web-based interlibrary loan (ILL) finding aids has grown into research on the impact of open access on ILL, but I still maintain a list of web-based finding aids at https://pinboard.in/u:illfindingaids.
I graduated from the Indiana University Schools of Library & Information Science and Liberal Arts with master degrees in Library Science and Public History.
Areas of expertise: interlibrary loan, resource sharing, open access, metadata
Research interests: open access and interlibrary loan, shared print, collection management
Paxton, Mike, Gary Maixner III, Joseph McArthur, and Tina Baich. 2019. Engineering a Powerfully Simple Interlibrary Loan Experience with InstantILL. Interlending and Document Supply Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, October 9-11, 2019. [Preprint available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/20422]
Baich, Tina. 2017. Diminishing the perceived need for black open access. Interlending and Document Supply Conference, Paris, France, October 4-6, 2017. [Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/14178]
Mak, Collette and Tina Baich. 2016. “Looking for the Impact of Open Access on Interlibrary Loan.” In 2016 IFLA World Library and Information Congress Proceedings. IFLA Library, http://library.ifla.org/id/eprint/1358. [Also available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/10697]
Baich, Tina and Sherri Michaels. 2016. "Facilitating Information Sharing through Library Collection Maintenance and Preservation." In Library Information and Resource Sharing: Transforming Services and Collections, edited by Beth Posner, 93-110. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/11555]
Baich, Tina. 2015. "Open Access: Help or Hindrance to Resource Sharing?” Interlending & Document Supply 43, no. 2: 68-75. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/6456]
Baich, Tina. 2015. “Capturing the Benefits of Open Access in Interlibrary Loan.” In Brick and Click Libraries: An Academic Libraries Conference, edited by Frank Baudino and Carolyn Johnson, 35-43. Maryville, MO: Northwest Missouri State University. [Pre-print available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/7411]
Baich, Tina. 2013. “The Global Research Landscape: Resources for Locating International Publications.” College & Research Libraries News 74, no. 5: 243-248. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/3297]
Baich, Tina. 2012. “Opening Interlibrary Loan to Open Access.” Interlending & Document Supply 40, no. 1: 55-60. [Post-print available at: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/2733]
Baich, Tina, and Heather Weltin. 2012. “Going Global: An International Survey of Lending and Borrowing Across Borders.” Interlending & Document Supply 40, no. 1: 37-42. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/2732]
Baich, Tina. 2012. “Indy After Dark: Music and Theatre in the Circle City.” College & Research Libraries News 73, no. 10: 601-604. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/3061]
Baich, Tina, Tim Jiping Zou, Heather Weltin, and Zheng Ye Yang on behalf of Sharing and Transforming Access to Resources Section (STARS) International Interlibrary Loan Committee. 2009. “Lending and Borrowing across Borders: Issues and Challenges with International Resource Sharing.” Reference & User Services Quarterly 49, no. 1: 55-64. [http://hdl.handle.net/1805/2664]
View all of Tina's publications and presentations in IUPUI ScholarWorks.
- University Library Open Education Award winner Robin Janson garners international recognition
- Creating an Open Values Statement
- Open Access in Action for ILL
- End of a metadata era
- Open access isn’t the end of resource sharing
- Making Our Library Better through Metadata
- Open Access: A Win-Win Proposition
Senior Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication & Content Strategies
Call: (317) 274-0470
Office: UL 1112E