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Anna Dulin

Anna Dulin Milholland is the Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Specialist at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. She earned a BA in English from North Carolina State University in 2007 and a Masters of Library and Information Studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2010. In addition to processing University ILL requests, Anna serves as a member of the Access Services team; schedules and supervises student ILL staff; assists with information literacy course instruction; and, is a familiar face at the ZSR Circulation Desk. Anna is interested in interdepartmental collaboration within libraries and recently presented on the cooperative efforts of ZSR Special Collections and Interlibrary Loan departments in sharing, while preserving, rare materials. In her free time, Anna enjoys reading, traveling, and watching ACC football and basketball. She can be reached at .

Sarah Jeong

Sarah Jeong is the Research & Instruction Librarian for Science at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. She has a B.S. in Biology from Duke University and MLIS degree from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In addition to teaching the LIB 220 science information literacy course, she is the liaison to the Biology, Chemistry, and Physics departments. She has presented at conferences on science information literacy, and her publications include co-authoring a journal article on “Reviews of Science for Science Librarians: Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS)” in Science & Technology Libraries and co-authoring a chapter with Hu Womack on “Connecting@ZSR: Meeting the Research Needs of International Graduate Students” in International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Success by the Association of College & Research Libraries in 2011. In her free time, Sarah enjoys listening to symphony concerts, watching tennis and basketball, and hiking. She can be reached at .

Molly Keener

Molly Keener is the Scholarly Communication Librarian at Wake Forest University. She has a BA in English from the University of NorthCarolina at Chapel Hill (she can hear the mental booking now), and earned her MLIS from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. As Wake’s Scholarly Communication Librarian, she provides consultation and education services on copyright, author rights, Open Access, and funder public access policy compliance. She manages faculty scholarship collections in the institutional repository; supports library faculty with fulfillment of their Open Access policy; administers the University’s Open Access Fund for publication support; works with the Graduate School’s Electronic Theses & Dissertations program; serves as liaison to two academic departments; and, teaches an undergraduate information literacy course. An avid reader since childhood, and a former bookstore employee, Molly delights in watching her son develop his joy of reading, and in discovering new (to her) authors.

Lauren Pressley

Lauren Pressley is the Head of Instruction at Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University. She holds BAs in Philosophy andCommunication from North Carolina State University and a Masters of Library and Information Studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. As Head of Instruction, Lauren administers the library’s credit-based instruction program, plans and manages professional development for instruction librarians, represents the library’s instruction program to various audiences, and serves as liaison to the Philosophy department, Women’s and Gender Studies Department, and the Teaching and Learning Center. Lauren has published So You Want To Be a Librarian and Wikis for Libraries. She was anALA Emerging Leader in 2008 and was a recognized as a Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2009. She frequently writes and presents on education, instruction, technology, and the future of libraries. Though bookish in nature, these days you’ll find her with an ebook reader or iPhone at all times, so she can sneak in a few pages of a book when waiting in lines or finding an unexpected free minute or two.

Rosalind “Roz” Tedford

Roz Tedford is the Director for Research and Instruction at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at WFU. She earned her BA in English and Psychology as well as her MA in English from Wake Forest and an MLIS from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In addition to managing the research and instruction programs at Wake Forest she teaches for-credit information literacy courses and is the liaison to both the Political Science and Communication departments. She has presented at conferences on issues ranging from copyright to technology trends to information literacy. In what little free time she has, she can be found hanging out with her two kids, watching ACC basketball (GO DEACS!) and reading (but not at the same time). She started using a Mac in 1988 and now considers herself bilingual in Mac and PC, but you will pry her iPhone out of her cold, dead hands, and even then she might put up a fight! She can be reached at

Hubert David Womack

Hubert David Womack is an Outreach and Instruction Librarian in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. He graduated from Wake Forest University in 1990 with a BA in English and Studio Art. Giz received his MBA from the Babcock School at Wake Forest in 2000 and completed his LIS degree from UNC-Greensboro in 2008. He currently serves as a member of Research, Instruction and Technology Services team, offering both bibliographic instruction and technology workshops to faculty and students. He is also the liaison for the Sociology department and serves on the Freshman Orientation and Advising Committee and the Professional Development Advisory Council. His publications include co-authoring a chapter on gaming in academic libraries in “Gaming in Academic Libraries: Collections, Marketing, and Information Literacy” published by the Association of College and Research Libraries in 2008, co-authoring an article in North Carolina Libraries titled ‘Debating’ the Merits of Clickers in an Academic Library (v. 66 no. 1/2 Spring/Summer 2008 p. 20-4), and co-authoring a chapter on the research needs of international graduate student entitled “Connecting@ZSR: Meeting the Research Needs of International Graduate Students” in the book “International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Success” published by the Association of College and Research Libraries in 2011. Giz bought his first Apple computer, a Macintosh SE in the Fall of 1987 and currently owns a MacBook Pro and a white iPhone 4S. He can be reached at