Volume 8, Number 2 February 2000
A guru named Grace: librarian Grace York of the University of Michigan
by Gary Price
WEBMASTERY column interviews Grace York, coordinator of the
University of Michigan Libraries' Government Documents Center. Says
that her work to locate and compile Internet resources for students,
faculty, and staff of the university as well as the general public,
stands at the highest levels of librarian-developed materials. York
relates that she also is chair of the Social Sciences Electronic
Committee and in that capacity, coordinates purchases of new
commercial Web sites and solves connection glitches. Discusses
future goals and plans for the Documents Center Web site, including
a little restructuring, a better search engine, a sleeker design,
and regular link maintenance. York mentions that what she does today
is similar to what she did 30 years ago: collection development,
cataloging or organizing, answering reference questions, writing
guides, and teaching classes.
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