Ana Rejoins CDU
I'm very happy to be part of the Collection Development Unit once more, leading an amazing team of talented people!
I'm re-taking over responsibility for maintaining the Collection Development Policy, coordinating the unit's training calendar, assessment and project management, overseeing the library's materials budget, and handling vendor negotiations.
I'm looking forward to working with my colleagues in the Department of Library Resources, and acting as a point person for all your collection development questions.
Liaison Program Updates
Elizabeth and I are working on some outreach ideas for liaisons from a webinar we attended.
If anyone has any previous outreach items that they sent to their departments (even old ones), we would love to see them for brainstorming ideas. Please email them to me or Elizabeth.
Our license agreements are available for viewing at this link: Contracts & License Agreements
Before the fiscal year ended we were able to pick up subscriptions to RapidILL for our Resource Sharing team and Niche Academy for our RIS Teaching and Engagement Group. Thank you to our Technical Services colleagues for working with us to make this possible!
Luna is studying her gov docs! We could all learn a thing or two.
Boo and Momo watching the birds.
It's a Boo in a box!
Unfortunately, Boo taught Momo how to get on the cabinets.
Toby reminding us all to take a break and relax from time to time.
Shannon took a long weekend to hike on the Appalachian Trail with her husband and two daughters. Here is the beautiful view of the sunset from their secluded cabin.
Sweet Bella ❤️
Grey Greybison the third, mewsical genius.
Minerva: illusionist and mindful coworker, urging us to take solitude when needed.
Created with images by Evan Wise - "untitled image" • Julian Hochgesang - "untitled image" • Kuldar Kalvik - "untitled image" • Miranda Jane Pace - "untitled image" • Airam Dato-on - "Blue Ridge Parkway" • Matt Gross - "“A lake is a landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.” - Thoreau"