Clark lectures on re-imagining the library
February 26, 2013
VCU Libraries Associate University Librarian for Public Services Dennis T. Clark will speak at the University of Tennessee March 18. His topic will be "Re-imagining Library Services."
At VCU Libraries, Clark leads the public services team. He is involved in the design of a new library building at VCU and is re-imagining the library service model as well as invigorating outreach efforts.
Prior to his current appointment, he was head of public and research services at Texas A&M University Libraries. In addition, he has extensive experience as a music librarian, including positions at Samford University and at Vanderbilt University where he was director of the Wilson Music Library. At Vanderbilt, he co-founded the Global Music Archive, a streaming repository of traditional music. He holds the master's in library information studies from The University of Alabama and a bachelor's degree in music from Samford University.