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Katy DiVittorio (she, her, hers)

Katy DiVittorio (she, her, hers)

Collection Development and Strategies Department Head

Collection Development and Strategies Department

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Role in the Library

As the Collection Development and Strategies Department Head, Katy manages and leads the team responsible for the selection, acquisition, development, management and assessment of high-quality Learning Material collections in all formats and across all disciplines to support the research, teaching, and administration needs of the Auraria campus.


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Katy joined Auraria Library in 2012.


  • 2019 CU Denver Office of Diversity and Inclusion Grant
  • 2018 National Media Market & Conference Scholarship
  • 2017 Auraria Library Excellence in Librarianship Award
  • 2017 NASIG Rose Robischon Scholarship
  • 2016 Auraria Library Excellence in Service Award
  • 2016 & 2018 University of Colorado Denver Association of Lecturers and Instructors Professional Development Grant 
  • 2014 American Library Association, Emerging Leader
  • 2013 American Library Association, New Members Round Table, Shirley Olofson Memorial Award
  • 2013 Beta Phi Mu, Library and Information Studies Honor Society

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Professional Affiliations and Service




M.L.I.S. San Jose State University

B.A. Seattle University

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DiVittorio, K., Gianelli, L. (2021, March 31). "Ethical Financial Stewardship: One Library's Examination of Vendors' Business Practices." In The Library With The Lead Pipe.

DiVittorio, K., et al. (2020). “SILLVR: Streaming Interlibrary Loan Video Resources.” Collaborative Librarianship. Vol. 11, Iss. 4, Article 8.

DiVittorio, K. (2019, April) "Serials Spoken here: Reports of Conferences, Institutes and Seminars. Acquiring Whiteness: A panel discussion between librarians and publishers on diversity, inclusion, and equity in scholarly publishing and acquisitions." Serials Review, 44(4), 324-326.

Browning, S., DiVittorio, K. (2017, April). "Resource Management: Reorganizing to Reassess and Remain Sane." Against the Grain, 29 (2), 69-71.

DiVittorio, K. (2013, December). "2013 North American Serials Interest Group Conference (NASIG) 28th Annual Conference: Art of Information, Architecture of Knowledge." Serials Review, 39 (4), 271–277.

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