Head of Public Services
Helen is your first stop for a personalized consult on your research and learning which resources to use & how. You can also see Helen for help with instruction for classes, getting a Lexington Public Library card, hosting events in the library, checking out and renewing books & placing items on reserve. You can also ask for help with reserving rooms or equipment or about library student manager positions.
User Services & Instruction Librarian
Beth is your first stop for questions about checking out and renewing books, reserves, AV equipment, and working as a student in the library. She is also a great coach for your research and learning which resources to use & how. You can also see Beth for help with instruction for classes.
Your first stop for questions about ILL and checking out and renewing books.
Head of Technical Services
Jason can answer questions regarding the administration of the catalog and database technical issues. He makes sure all the online resources the library provides are interconnected and configured correctly. He ensures off-campus access to library resources by serving as the system administrator for the proxy server. He also oversees and can answer questions about digitization projects of the library. You can also ask for help with research, ordering books, and the budget
Digitization & Metadata Specialist
Kevin works with our Digital Liberal Arts initiatives on campus. He can answer questions about imaging standards and getting copies of photos, maps, and other documents for research or for classes. You can also ask about the status of a book or other item in the Technical Services department.
Ann can answer questions about the books and other materials you have ordered for the library, tracking orders, monitoring which periodical issues have arrived, and bill paying. You can also ask for help with reserving rooms or equipment.
Make an appointment for a personal research consultation. We are happy and excited to help you find high quality resources that best support your work. Librarians can save you time and effort as you delve into your papers or research.
Librarians are assigned as liaisons to one or two divisions to foster stronger working relationships and help improve communication and contact between faculty and librarians. As liaison to the division, librarians are responsible for instruction for that division and they notify faculty about resources and opportunities for their division including collection development opportunities, etc.
Susan oversees all of the library's services. Ask her questions regarding the personnel, collection, budget, building & Special Collections.