Linda Valecourt (retired), Manager, Facilities Services.
Responsible for the Bookstores, Print Shop, and Print Materials.
Tim Paul, Manager, Academic Technology Services.
Responsible for Audio/Visual Recording and online content used for instructional purposes.
Katharine Shipley, Associate Director of Learning Resources.
Responsible for copyright in relation to use of Library print and digital collections.
Debra Flewelling, Open Education Librarian.
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