Have you ever wondered about why things are organized the way they are in a library?
Are you interested in increasing access to your collection?
Is your catalog as friendly as it could be?
When you hear terms like, RDA, Bibframe and linked data, do you get excited?
The technical services field has the opportunity to have significant impact on library data, now and in the future. Would you like to know more? Join the conversation @ the Technical Services Interest Group.
Facilitator: Susan Reynolds, Marion County Public Library System
Susan Reynolds is a Library Division manager with the Marion County Public Library System where she currently manages the Technical Services Division and coordinates the library’s digital resources. She has worked for the Marion County Public Library System for the past thirteen years, first as a public services librarian with the Information Services Division before moving to Technical Services.
Susan received her Bachelor of Arts in the Behavioral Sciences from Johnson State College and her Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida.
Susan has 24 years of experience in the information science field, working in academic, elementary and public library systems. She has previously also worked as a technology coordinator, network administrator and network design consultant.