Nancy Lensenmayer, A.M.L.S., serves as a full-time faculty member at the School's Columbus site, where she previously taught for many years as a part-time instructor. She teaches core curriculum courses, as well as courses on reference and information services, library automation and marketing. She has more than 30 years' experience as a library and information professional, working in public, academic and corporate libraries. She also serves as program director, Education and Professional Development, at OCLC (Online Computer Library Center Inc.) in Dublin, Ohio. Her focus areas are reference and information services, international librarianship, and education and professional development opportunities for librarians. She earned her Bachelor of Arts at Adrian College in Adrian, Mich., and her Master of Arts in Library Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
A.M.L.S., University of Michigan; , B.A., Adrian College, Michigan
Reference and Information Services, International Librarianship, Non-traditional Librarianship, Non-traditional LIS Careers, Public and Special Libraries
Beta Phi Mu International Library Science Honor Society, American Library Association, Association for Library and Information Science Education, Ohio Library Council, OCLC President's Inclusion Council