|Education | Research Interests | Research Projects | Selected Publications|
Teaching Responsibilities | Administrative Responsibilities
- Doctorate, Educational Leadership and Policy, University of British Columbia, 1997-2000
- Masters of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, 1991
- Undergraduate BA, High Honours, Sociology, University of Saskatchewan, 1988
The Nin Literary Collection was donated to St. Thomas More College by Dr. John Teunissen at the passing of his wife, Dr. Evelyn Hinz. The Collection includes books, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio tapes and many original documents relating to Anais Nin, Henry Miller, Otto Rank, DH lawrence and other writers and figures of the day. Dr. Hinz was the executor of the Nin literary estate. Drs. Hinz and Teunissen met at St. Thomas More College, and taught at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Manitoba.
- Library buildings and architecture
- Leadership within librarianship
- Catholic resources
- Major Library Donor Recognition:
- Dr. John Teunissen, donor of the Nin Literary Collection, donated a major gift for the purposes of curating the Nin Collection, (2013).
- Ms. Margaret Dutli, who taught English at STM, willed over $8,000.00 to the Library for the acquistion of books for English, (2012).
- Ms. Evelyn and
Isabelle Burkitt, friends of the Brockmeyers, willed over $275,000.00 to the College to be shared between the
Library and Scholarships. They had made donations to the Library in the
past, enabling the building of the Special Collections cabinets, (2011).
- During Brockmeyer's upcoming sabbatical, 2013-14, she will curate the Nin Literary Collection. This collection of
books, documents, recordings and memorabilia of authors and scholars such as
Anais Nin, Henry Miller, Evelyn Hinz, John Teunissen and others was donated to St.
Thomas More College in 2004. Brockmeyer has been granted substantial funds from the donor to undertake
this project. The project will involve the design and creation of a web-based
exhibition, the creation of finding aids and a bibliography of holdings, and
may also include an exhibition and catalogue.
- Researcher in Residence: University of Saskatchewan Libraries, 2013-14
Selected Publications and Presentations
- Shannon Library Newsletter (upcoming 2013): 50th Anniversary of the Shannon Library
- Journal Article: Brockmeyer, Donna. (2011). "Jack of All Trades, Master of One: Librarianship." Feliciter, vol, 57, no. 2.
- Art Exhibit and Conference: (2011). STLHE, Heart of Higher Education. Received $2,000.00 STM SEED Grant.
- Book Review: Brockmeyer, Donna. (2008). Out Front with Stephen Abram: A Guide for Information Leaders. Judith A. Siess and Jonathan Lorig, eds. Chicago, IL: American Library Association. Review in Feliciter, 54(1).
- Copyright Concept: Brockmeyer, Donna. (2007). Sharing the Wealth Nation to Nation: A Fund Raising Concept for Libraries.
Certificate of Registration of Copyright with the Canadian Intellectual
Property Office, Registration Number 1052550. Ottawa, ON: Industry
- Authored Book: Brockmeyer, Donna. (2005). On Sibyl's Shoulders: Seeking Soul in Library Leadership. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.
- Book Abstract: Brockmeyer, Donna. (2005). The Art of Teaching
Adults: How to Become an Exceptional Instructor and Facilitator, by Dr.
Peter Renner. Vancouver, B.C.
- Information Literacy - the discovery, evaluation and use of information - in the classroom or to individuals, upon request.
- Library Director, Shannon Library responsible for library leadership and management
- Chair, Library Committee
- Equity Advisor, 2004-
- Member, Building Committee
- Academic Planning Team (2010-2015)