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Barrie Hayes
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919.962.0264
335 S Columbia St, CB 7585
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7585
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Office Hours

Office hours are held regularly during the academic term (August - April). 

Available by appointment for both online and in-person consultations. Email me to schedule a meeting time.

 

Bio

Barrie is the Library Liaison for Bioinformatics and Translational Science at the UNC-Chapel Hill Health Science Library (HSL) providing outreach and educational services to bioinformatics researchers and to NC TraCS, the university’s Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) unit. She is the HSL Coordinator for the Health and Natural Sciences Team and serves as co-chair of the UNC Libraries Data Management Committee.

Barrie has a background in information services, online resources and digital library development, and managed HSL's Application Development Services Department prior to taking on the Bioinformatics Librarian role in 2007. She held an internship at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Library before coming to the UNC Health Sciences Library in 1995.

Education

AB, Religion, Vassar College
BS, Biology, North Carolina State University
MSLS, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

 

Research & Presentations

Research Interests:
information discovery and data management needs of scientists and clinicians, data management services in libraries, data visualization, bioinformatics methods and tools

Recent Publications / Presentations:

Vaughan K.T.L, Hayes B.E., Lerner R.C., McElfresh K.R., Pavlech L, Romito D., Reeves L.H., Morris E.N. (2013). Development of the research lifecycle model for library services. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 101(4), 310-314. PubMed Abstract | PubMed Central Full Text

Davis, H., Morris, S., Hayes, B. (2012). "Keeping the Momentum: Moving Ahead with Research Data Support." Paper presented at the 2012 Charleston Conference; Charleston, SC, November 7-10, 2012.

Hayes B.E., Handler L.J., Main L.R. (2011). "Co-streaming classes: a follow-up study in improving the user experience to better reach users," Medical Reference Service Quarterly, 30(4), 349-356. PubMed Abstract | UNC Full Text Access 

Hayes, B., Parham, S.W., Westra, B., Carlson, J.(2011). "NSF Data Management Plan Requirement: An Opportunity and Challenge for Research Data Librarians." Paper presented at the IASSIST 2011 Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, CA, May 31-June 3, 2011.  Presentation link.

Hayes, B., Parham, S.W., Carlson, J., Westra, B.(2010). "Assessing Research Data Needs at Your Institution." Workshop presented at the ASIS&T 2010 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, P.A., October 22-27, 2010.

Handler L., Hayes B., Main L.. (2010). Co-streaming classes: improving new ways to reach users. Paper presented at the 2010 Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association. Chapel Hill, NC, October 13-15, 2010. Presentation link.

Hayes, B., Curtis, J. Schell, M.B., Silbajoris, C. (2010). "Rethinking How We Work: Fast-tracking our library’s involvement in the university’s CTSA infrastructure." Poster presented by Jim Curtis at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association, Washington D.C., May 21-26, 2010.

Hayes, Barrie, Yi, Hong, Villaveces, Andrés. (2009). "Information Visualization Services in a Library? A Public Health Case Study," Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, June/July 2009, 35(5), 13-18.

Hayes, Barrie, Harroun, James, Temple, Brenda R. S. (2009). "Data Management and Curation of Research Data in Academic Scientific Research Environments."   Poster presented at the DigCCurr 2009: Digital Curation Practice, Promise and Prospects Conference, April 1-3, 2009.

Harroun, J., Hayes, B.E., Monihan, K.E., Vaughan, K.T.L., Hemminger, B, Vaidhyanathan, V. (2008). "Bioinformatics Research, Service, and Training (BIRST) Program: New horizons."   Poster presented at the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, October 20-22, 2008.

Eades, L. and Hayes, B.E. (2007). "Blogs, Wikis, RSS and Podcasting." in Williams J.M. and Goodwin, S.P. (Eds). Teaching with Technology: An Academic Librarian's Guide. London: Chandos Publishing, 2007.  Amazon.com link

Moore, Margaret E., K.T.L. Vaughan, Barrie E. Hayes, and Wallace McLendon (2005). “Developing an Interdisciplinary Collaboration Center in an Academic Health Sciences Library.” Medical Reference Services Quarterly 24(4), 99-108. PubMed Abstract | UNC Full Text Access

Moore, M.E., K. T. L. Vaughan, and B. E. Hayes. (2005) " Building a Bioinformatics Community of Practice Through Library Education Programs." Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23(3), 71-80. PubMed Abstract | UNC Full Text Access

Vaughan, K.T.L., B. E. Hayes, and M. E. Moore. (2004). "A Diversified Approach to Creating a Community of Science in Bioinformatics."  Poster presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Providence, RI , November, 2004.

Hayes, B.E., K. T. L. Vaughan, and M. E. Moore. (2004). "Building a Bioinformatics Community of Practice Through Library Education Programs."   Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association, Washington, DC, May, 2004.

Hayes B.E., Eades L., London M.J., Hilligoss B., Ladd R., and Rae L.S. (2004). "Building a Better Website through a Collaborative Development Process."  Poster presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association, Washington, D.C., May 2004.

Moore M.E, Garrison S., Hayes B., and McLendon W. (2003). "Reinventing a Health Sciences Digital Library - Organizational Impact." Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 22(4), 75-82.  PubMed Abstract | UNC Full Text Access

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