On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Tracy Byerly - October 20, 2005, 7:00 PM LiSRadio Webcast: On the Job Series
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Missouri Library Network Corporation
Tracy Rochow Byerly provides leadership for the consortium through interaction with the MLNC Board of Directors, management of the MLNC, and service to the 300 member libraries. She received her MLS from UM-Columbia in 1993. Tracy's work is guided by the MLNC Areas of Strategic Focus.
University of Missouri- Columbia SISLT
Karen Robinson joined the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies in the winter of 2005 as Clinical Instructor. Her position is a blend of instructor for SISLT and practitioner in the Reference Department at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She received her M.L.S. at Emporia State University and M.A. in Communication from Regent University.
Robinson has professional experience in academic libraries and special collections. Prior to joining the SISLT faculty she served as Head of Reference at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and has served as head of special collections and archives in two academic libraries. She taught for The Catholic University of America's School of Library & Information Science. Her professional presentations have focused on marketing and public relations in academic libraries, and her current research is on library user instruction.
Summary:Tracy Rochow Byerly, Executive Director of the Missouri Library Network Corporation, provides leadership for the consortium through interaction with the MLNC Board of Directors, management of the MLNC, and service to the 300 member libraries. She received her MLS from UM-Columbia in 1993. MLNC is the regional support and training provider for OCLC services and products, as well as the coordinating agency for Virtually Missouri.