Name Pronunciationteh-suh men-chew
PronounsShe / Her
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Electronic Resources Librarian
Department:Acquisitions & Discovery
Phone: (919) 515-5182
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Time to Take New Measures: Developing a Cost-Per-Cited-Reference Metric for the Assessment of E-Journal Collections
Klib, M., Martin, V., & Minchew, T. (2017). Time to Take New Measures: Developing a Cost-Per-Cited-Reference Metric for the Assessment of E-Journal Collections. "Roll With the Times, or the Times Roll Over You". https://doi.org/10.5703/1288284316427
Analyzing Consortial “Big Deals” via a Cost-Per-Cited-Reference (CPCR) Metric
Martin, V., Gray, T., Kilb, M., & Minchew, T. (2016). Analyzing Consortial “Big Deals” via a Cost-Per-Cited-Reference (CPCR) Metric. Serials Review, 42(4), 293–305. https://doi.org/10.1080/00987913.2016.1248218
Pulling It All Together: Using CORAL ERM for Serials Acquisitions Management
Hutchins, C., & Minchew, T. (2016). Pulling It All Together: Using CORAL ERM for Serials Acquisitions Management. SERIALS REVIEW, 42(3), 216–221. https://doi.org/10.1080/00987913.2016.1212457
Shout-outs From My Colleagues
Shout-outs are kind words from Libraries staff to other Libraries staff for going out of their way to be extra awesome at their job.
I'm privileged to work with some truly amazing people here in the Libraries, and Tessa is one of those people who I cannot imagine doing this job without. Not only is she a wonderful person and a joy to talk with, but her expertise in unraveling the complex world of academic licenses and translating them into words I understand is priceless. I can always count on Tessa to help me wrangle difficult questions and to offer dependable advice about potentially sticky situations, and I'm deeply grateful for her constant kindness and help.
— Shaun Bennett
Tessa Minchew from A&D has been a critical player in making mountains move when it comes to pulling all of the critical pieces together for ensuring our students and researchers have access to much-needed journals and databases. Tessa acts as a bridge between collections and technical services, customer service reps and their legal teams, campus accounting, and campus procurement. Along with her insight and ability to span issues of discovery, user experience, licensing, and access, she brings wit and genuine optimism, making her an invaluable collaborator and ambassador for the Libraries. And she does this all with grace and humor. Who doesn’t look forward to one of Tessa’s emails catching us up on the gritty issues of a license negotiation or platform downtime with embedded cute pictures of kittens?
— Hilary Davis
Just want to send a big thank you to Christenna and Tessa for all the work they put into the long process of getting the Libraries' authenticated connection to the Plumb's Veterinary Drugs database. When the issue came up 9 months ago, it seemed like an easy fix, but the vendor was making updates that took a long time. Christenna and Tessa kept up with the vendor and made sure that once they all of their updates in place, the Libraries' connection would be updated and restored.
— Isaac Pomper