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Kirsten Clark

Kirsten Clark

Director for Access and Information Services, University of Minnesota Libraries
Kirsten Clark is Director for Access and Information Services Department at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Staff in her department focus on a variety of services and subject specialties including Course Reserves, Undergraduate Services, User Experience, Security, Government Publications, Maps/GIS, Access Services, Collections Management, and Information Services. Before coming to the University, she worked as project manager for an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant, Government Information in the 21st Century, focusing on development of a government information train-the-trainer program for five states in the Southwest. She serves on the LLAMA Project Team: Project Management which is currently conducting an environmental scan of project management practices in libraries. In 2017, Kirsten and Kate McCready co-chaired the University Libraries’ Project Management Processes Task Force, which created lightweight project management standards for their organization.

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During this session, participants will hear from two librarians working across sectors, discussing their experiences in managing projects for both the library as well as the university press.

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