Kathy Berry, MLISMember
Toledo, Ohio US
Kathy Berry, MLIS
My focus is on information access and organization with the goal of making it easy to find what you’re looking for. In addition to creating back-of-book indexes, I also have experience with metadata standards and taxonomies.
I want to help people find what they’re looking for and I want to help clients make sure their work can be found.
I have a Master of Library and Information Science degree from Kent State University where I focused on metadata and taxonomy work and have completed the UC Berkeley course in indexing. My background includes undergraduate degrees in biology and environmental engineering. I have worked with elementary age students in STEM programs, homeschooling, and as a library assistant.
I am open to a wide variety of texts. I especially enjoy work within the sciences, especially nature, the environment, and biology. I also enjoy work with a focus on children, parenting, folklore & mythologies, and body/mind/spirit.
Software expertise and production skills:
Taxonomy and thesaurus development
Children, child development, and pediatrics
Folklore and fairy tales
Library and information studies
Wellness and self-help
Type of Materials Specialties:
Textbooks and study guides
Thesauri and controlled vocabularies
Updated: April 6, 2023