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C&CS Presents: “Make Way for Macchiato”, Wednesday, January 13 at 11 am

January 4, 2021

C&CS Presents

Make Way for Macchiato with Stacey Kimmel-Smith, Mark Canney, and  Sharon Wiles-Young

Wednesday, January 13 at 11:00 am EST

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The strategic vision of the University led to a redesign of the Fairchild-Martindale Library and resulted in the construction of a cafe and a loss of the Circulation Department offices and the Circulation desk. Come and find out how the libraries worked with staff to merge the Help Desk and Circulation Desk and what other changes happened with services and spaces.

Presenters:

Image of Stacey Kimmel-Smith

Stacey Kimmel-Smith is the Assistant Director of Client Services in Library & Technology Services (LTS) at Lehigh University, where she manages the LTS Help Desk technology support and Computer Repair Services. She has her MLS from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  

Image of Mark Canney.

 Mark Canney is Manager of Lending Services at Lehigh University Libraries. He received his MLIS from Florida State University. 

Image of Sharon Wiles-Young.

Sharon Wiles-Young is Director of Library Access Services at Lehigh University Libraries where she manages both the Lending Services and Technical Services teams. She has her MLS from the State University of New York at Albany.

All C&CS Sessions are recorded and made available via the CRD website following the presentation.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education through the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.

Support is also provided by the College and Research Division of the Pennsylvania Library Association: https://crdpala.org/.

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