Rachel Frick, 2013 ER&L Keynote
ER&L is pleased to share ER&L’s closing keynote speaker will be Rachel L. Frick. Rachel will present “The Courage of Our Connections: thoughts on professional identities, organizational affiliations and common communities” rounding out ER&L’s 2013 Keynote Speaker series. [The archived presentation is available here]
About Rachel Frick
Rachel L. Frick is the Director of the Digital Library Federation Program at the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR/DLF http://www.diglib.org). She is also a contributor to the Digital Public Library of American effort, as co-chair of the Content and Scope Workstream (http://dp.la/workstreams/content/). Previous to her work at CLIR, Rachel served as the National Leadership Grants Program for Libraries senior program officer at the Institute for Museum and Library Services.(www.IMLS.gov)
Ms. Frick’s library experiences range from being the head of bibliographic access and digital services at the University of Richmond to a regional sales manager for the Faxon Company, with a variety of library positions in between. She holds an MSLS degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a BA in English literature from Guilford College.
About Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L)
Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) is the effort of librarians to improve the way we collect, manage, maintain, assess, and make accessible electronic resources in an ever-changing digital environment. Founded in 2005 by Bonnie Tijerina, head of electronic resources and serials at Harvard University, ER&L is an annual physical and virtual conference focused on practical, tactical, and strategic work by e-resources management and digital services professionals to further the field. More information about ER&L can be found at www.electroniclibrarian.com/about.