As Collection Development and Assessment Librarian my job is to provide leadership, vision and strategic direction for the OHSU Library in the development and management of the library's collections and budget. This is accomplished through environmental scans and assessment of the collection needs of the OHSU community in conjunction with the liaison librarians and through regular assessment of the library's collections to ensure they fulfill the needs of the OHSU community.
I oversee and manage the collection budget and annual capital budget requests for collections which includes regular review of resources with the liaison librarians to ensure a balanced mix of content for the OHSU community.
Marketing efforts to promote resources and communicate changes in library resources to staff and users is another part of my job as well as oversight of LibGuides content management system for the OHSU Library.Read more
- B.A., Marylhurst College of Lifelong Learning 1994
- M.L.S., Emporia State University 1997
Memberships and associations
- American Library Association, 2010 -
- Medical Library Association, 2016 -
- NASIG, 2002 - 2016
- Special Libraries Association, 1992 - 2001
DeShazo, Kristina. 2012. Example 5. E-book access management using an ERM System—Oregon Health & Science University. In Building and managing e-book collections : A how-to-do-it manual for librarians., ed. Richard Kaplan. Chicago, IL: Neal-Schuman, an imprint of the American Library Association.
DeShazo, K. 2009. The 2009 Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge. Serials Review 35 (4): 296-8.
Kobyljanec, Kathy (ed). 2003. NASIG 18th annual conference (2003)conference reports, preconference – cataloging survival for non-catalogers, or: You thought you would never need to catalog again, Karen Darling, University of Missouri-Columbia, Reported by Kristi DeShazo. NASIG Newsletter 18 (3) (September 2003): 13.
Robbeloth H, Ragucci M, DeShazo K. 2017. Evidence-Based Acquisition: A Real Life Account of Managing the Program Within The Orbis Cascade Alliance. The Serials Librarian 73(3-4):240-247.