Driscoll, Lori L. 1969- (Lori Driscoll-Eagan)

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Driscoll, Lori L. 1969- (Lori Driscoll-Eagan)


Born December 17, 1969, in Miami, FL; married Robert Shaun Saxon (a librarian), June 2, 2001; children: Kyra Driscoll-Eagan. Education: University of Florida, B.A. (with honors), 1991; Florida State University, M.S., 1998. Hobbies and other interests: Scuba diving, horseback riding, gourmet cooking.


Home—Gainesville, FL. Office—Library West, Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32606. E-mail—[email protected]


Kemper National Services, Fort Lauderdale, FL, medical research coordinator, 1992-94; University of Florida, Gainesville, reference librarian and Web master for Health Science Center Library, 1998-99; Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, coordinator of access services, 1999-2001; University of Florida, associate university librarian and chair of access services for Smathers Libraries, 2001—. Member of Florida State University Libraries Public Services Planning Committee; Florida State University, distance learning mentor, 1999-2001; also mentor for other institutions and programs.


Association of Academic Women.


Electronic Reserve: A Manual and Guide for Library Staff Members, Haworth Information Press (Binghamton, NY), 2003.

Creator of "SPEC Kit 277: Library Public Access Workstation Authentication," Association of Research Libraries (Washington, DC), 2003. Contributor to books, including Libraries Act on Their LibQUAL+ Findings: From Data to Action, Haworth Information Press, 2004. Journal of Access Services, editor in chief, 2003-04, coeditor, 2006—.


Lori L. Driscoll told CA: "As an information professional, it is part of my professional responsibility to organize existing knowledge and create new knowledge. While I enjoy applied research, particularly on service quality and usability studies, my focus is on improving how we do what we do in libraries and academic institutions. My primary topics of interest are in the area of access services, with an emphasis on copyright and electronic reserves."