Law Library Employees
Head of Infrastructure and Technology
Lead the Library and Networked Information Department (LNIS) which supports, develops, and implements information technology within the Howard W. Hunter Law Library. Coordinate support with the Law School Computing Support Department for law school enterprise-wide information technology
B.A., Brigham Young University, 1991 (Cum Laude)
M.L.I.S., Brigham Young University, 1993
J.D., Brigham Young University, 2004
Law Library Management
Advanced Legal Research
Association of American Law Libraries (AALL)
Western Pacific Chapter (WestPac)
Utah Academic Library Consortium (UALC)
Church Consortium of Libraries and Archives (CCLA)
User interface design, applied information technology’s impact on cognition (and lack thereof), law practice management systems, transmigration of social norms in pre-information age societies.
Survey on Commercial Document Delivery Practice, Briefs in Law Librarianship AALL publications series no. 56, Volume 10 (William S. Hein & Co.: Buffalo, 2005).
“Access Services: Linking Patrons to Electronic Legal Research,” 19 Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2001), 203-217.
“Electronically Formatting Your Research Lesson One: Formatting Briefs,” Eighth Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Training Kit (West Group, 2000) 115-128.
David Armond, Jeremy Sudweeks, and Nicholas Newton, “Sighting in on Hardware: Introductory Training Module for the Library and Networked Information Systems Department,” Eighth Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Training Kit (West Group, 2000) 97-114.
Measuring Up: Collection Statistics and Other Reporting Issues for Those Who Miss Their Old ILS. Sirsi Superconference February 2005 (Library System International Users Group) Kory Staheli and David Armond. Sirsi Superconference (Library System International Users Group), Nashville, TN, February 2005.
Trimming the Fat: How to Manage the Circulation Map. Andy Spackman and David Armond. Sirsi Superconference (Library System International Users Group) Nashville, TN, February 2005.
Perspectives on the USA PATRIOT Act: Law Enforcement Requests Before and After. Unicorn User Group International Annual Conference, Huntsville Alabama, 17 March 2003.
Two steps forward (n) steps back: Implementing “new” releases of Unicorn. Unicorn User Group International Annual Conference, Huntsville Alabama, 3 May 2001.
Revealing the Gateway: Service Marketing, AALL Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 19 July 2000.
Law Gateways In Multi-Library, Single Server Systems. Unicorn User Group International Annual Conference, Huntsville Alabama, 26 May 2000.