Title Changes

NASIG Newsletter, Mar 2017

Kurt Blythe

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Title Changes

Title Changes Kurt Blythe 0 1 2 Column Editor 0 1 2 0 And, Steve Oberg, NASIG Vice-President/President- Elect , writes: 1 Virginia Bacon Martin is now Head, Continuing Resource Acquisitions Department at Duke University Libraries , USA 2 Katy Ginanni, MLS Collection Development Manager - AR , LA, MS, AL, TN (828) 331-7499 (mobile/text) 999 Maple Street Contoocook, NH 03229 USA [Note: Please report promotions, awards, new degrees, new positions, and other significant professional milestones. You may submit items about yourself or other members to Kurt Blythe at . Contributions on behalf of fellow members will be cleared with the person mentioned in the news item before they are printed. Please include your e-mail address or phone number.] In September, Katy Ginanni jumped back into the vendor world when she accepted a position as Collection Development Manager for GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO (formerly YBP Library Services). She will be calling on academic libraries in AL, AR, LA, MS, and TN. She is still chuckling at being back on the EBSCO payroll - something she had not predicted would happen! Steve Oberg Assistant Professor of Library Science Electronic Resources and Serials Wheaton College (IL) +1 (630) 752-5852 - We have three serious changes to report from this past quarter. Very recently, I accepted a new position at my library. I will oversee the largest of four organizational groups, what is called Resource Description and Digital Initiatives (RDDI). It will be on an interim basis for up to a year with the possibility for it being made permanent. My current area is already part of RDDI so this is basically a step up to a higher level of responsibility to oversee cataloging, e-resources and serials, and our digital initiatives group. In addition, I'll be focusing now on digital library-related things to a much greater degree. This covers a broad range of stuff including a digitization program, website development, library discovery tools and systems, a nascent publishing initiative, and more.

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