Timothy Daniels and Peter Murray to Lead LYRASIS Technology Services

LYRASIS is pleased to announce that Tim Daniels and Peter Murray will lead LYRASIS Technology Services (LTS), a new suite of services for members.

Formerly the Assistant State Librarian for Technology and Infrastructure at the Georgia Public Library Service, Timothy Daniels was a member of the senior management team. He also held positions at Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology. The author of a book chapter on the impact of the Learning Commons Model on reference departments, and a national presenter on technology topics including Cloud Computing, Open Source and Information Security, Daniels recently completed an Educause management workshop and received a Green Belt in the Lean Six Sigma Management system. He received an MLIS from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a BS in History with minors in Computer Information Systems Management and English from Appalachian State University. “I am looking forward to working with member libraries to help them identify technologies that will support their current and future needs effectively and efficiently,” said Daniels.

Formerly the Assistant Director for New Service Development at OhioLINK, Peter Murray analyzed, recommended and coordinated plans for new technology services for over five years. With over 10 years of experience in providing leadership in policy and program development in higher education, Murray held management positions at the University of Connecticut, the University of Connecticut School of Law, Case Western Reserve University, and Miami University of Ohio. The author of several presentations, papers and publications, including the Disruptive Library Technology Jester blog, Murray is an active participant in many professional activities. He received an MLIS from Simmons College, and a BS in Systems Analysis from Miami University of Ohio. “This is an exciting time to be working for libraries and their patrons at the intersection of technology and consortia,” said Murray. “Both the needs and opportunities for libraries to work together are staggering.”

For more information, please visit www.lyrasis.org.

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