Library Services director named to board position
OSU-OKC Library director named to council leadership position
Elaine Regier named secretary of executive board for Oklahoma Council of Academic Library Directors
OKLAHOMA CITY (July 26, 2019) – Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City’s director of Library Services has been named to a leadership position on the executive board of the Oklahoma Council of Academic Library Directors.
Elaine Regier recently was named secretary of the executive board of the Oklahoma Council of Academic Library Directors (OCALD). She will serve a two-year term in that position.
Regier has been with Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC) for more than six years, serving the past four as director of Library Services.
She said her involvement with the OCALD executive board will be a benefit to the library at OSU-OKC.
“Meetings include topics of interest to academic libraries,” Regier said. “The networking opportunities allow us to share ideas and learn what works for other libraries, which, in turn, leads to improvement for us.”
Regier said she is working at the OSU-OKC Library to update policies to improve workflow and to upgrade the appearance of the library, including installing new furniture and equipment in order to create additional user-friendly areas.
She said many students may not realize what the library has to offer.
“Anyone on staff can guide (students) in locating and accessing resources and preparing their assignments,” Regier said. “We have a large number of online resources, so there should be something for everyone.”
The OSU-OKC Library is located on the third and fourth floors of the Learning Resource Center. For more information, go to www.osuokc.edu/library.
For more information: Nick Trougakos, OSU-OKC – firstname.lastname@example.org – (405) 945-9196
About Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
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