Integrated Service Model for Women and Gender Resources Library
The University Library is exploring new ways to enhance collection access and service delivery. Effective this fall, an integrated service model is underway for the Women and Gender Resources Library. The new model, used increasingly among academic libraries, redistributes women and gender resources among Library units containing related materials. This change provides broader access to resources for faculty and students from a variety of interdisciplinary fields.
Cindy Ingold, women and gender resources librarian, retains her current office in the Main Library, providing reference services and building research collections in collaboration with other campus librarians. She also is spending part of her time in residence with two campus units, the Gender and Women’s Studies Program and the Women & Gender in Global Perspectives Program. The library’s physical space has been converted into a conference room for activities related to women and gender studies as well as general Library matters.
For information about using the collection, please contact Cindy Ingold at 3-7998 or firstname.lastname@example.org.