ATG: The Podcast – When Change is a “New” Concept Session Preview

by | Oct 16, 2017 | 0 comments

In this episode, Leah Hinds welcomes Ashley Krenelka Chase, Lindsay Cronk, and Rachel Fleming to the show to talk about their upcoming Charleston Conference presentation titled, “When Change is a “New” Concept: Using Your Library’s Past to Manage its Future.”

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(Pictured L to R) Ashley Chase, Lindsay Cronk, and Rachel Fleming.

Ashley Krenelka Chase is the Associate Director at the Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. Ashley’s scholarly interests include leadership and the impact of millennials on libraries and legal academia.

Lindsay Cronk is Head of Collection Strategies at the University of Rochester. Lindsay has spent more than six years in librarianship, first in consortia and now in academia, honing an approach to collection development and strategy that is dynamic, data-driven, inclusive, and user-focused. Lindsay is covered in tattoos and full of strong opinions.

Rachel Fleming is Collections Initiatives Librarian at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Fleming has library experience in collection development, collection assessment, acquisitions, and serials management. As Collections Initiatives Librarian, Rachel manages an Affordable Course Materials Initiatives program, collections analysis, and scholarly communications programs.

Ashley, Lindsay, and Rachel will be presenting at the Charleston Library Conference on Wednesday, November 8, at 2:30 pm in the Colonial Ballroom of the Embassy Suites Hotel. Hope to see you there!

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