Deb Morley, MSLS, MSISE
- Director of the Wolfgram Memorial Library; Librarian
- Library Science
MS Library Science (1993)
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill (NC)
MS Industrial Systems Engineering (1984)
Ohio University (OH)
I am the director of the Wolfgram Memorial Library at Widener University. At Widener, I serve as a creative and energetic leader of the library as well as passionate champion of its staff and resources. I partner with my knowledgeable and dedicated team of faculty librarians and library staff, and others at Widener to affirm the Library's position as the center of intellectual and scholarly activity on campus that advances teaching, learning, and research. I serve on the Vice President of Library and Information Services' leadership team and the Provost's Council, working closely with the deans to advance the university's academic mission.
Prior to joining Widener, I served as director of data & digital stewardship at Drexel University (2016-2018), head of reference and instructional services at University of Delaware Library (2014-2016), head of specialized content and services at MIT Libraries (2011-2013), director of information technology services at Harvard College Library (2002-2011) and have also held other positions in higher education and industry.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
American Library Association (ALA), Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) and EDUCAUSE
- Library Director Named to Board of State Library Consortium
Deb Morley, director of the Wolfgram Memorial Library, was named to the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc. (PALCI). The PALCI membership consists of 70 academic and research libraries, private and public, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, and New York. Member institutions range from small liberal arts colleges to publicly funded universities to Association of Research Library institutions to the State Library of Pennsylvania.
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