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Director of Library Technology & Data Management

University of Central Oklahoma

Education and Certifications

Interdisciplinary PhD in Information Science, University of North Texas, 2020

Master of Library and Information Studies, University of Oklahoma, 2005

Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Oklahoma, 2002
            Special Focus: Management and Information Systems

About

Beth has 15 years of library management experience and is a part of the Chambers Library leadership team.  She leads a team of 13 direct and indirect reports responsible for the library systems and technology, metadata and cataloging, and the innovation studio.  These departments work hard to ensure students and faculty can access the technology and resources needed to empower the creation of new knowledge.  Additionally, Beth is the collection development liaison to the Accounting, Computer Science, and Information Systems and Operations Managment departments.

Professional and Community Involvement

Beta Phi Mu, Lamda Chapter - President Elect, 2019-Present

Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries - Development Coordinator, 2019-Present

University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Science Advisory Board - Board Member, 2018-Present

ShareOK Advisory Board - UCO Representative, 2018-Present

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