Susan Maunz

Susan Maunz has over 10 years of experience in various library settings. Maunz’s passion continues to be meeting the library user at their ability level and incorporating many learning styles help them achieve their goals and aspirations. Maunz's skills include research, adult programming, cataloging, as well as circulation.

Shortly after graduating with a Master of Library and Information Studies Degree in December of 2013, Maunz accepted a position at Wolford College as their Solo Librarian. As a project ALFA graduate, Maunz is devoted to providing library user populations, from all over the country, the highest quality research skills.

Maunz is grateful to have had the opportunity to be a Project ALFA Fellow. Through the Project ALFA Fellowship, she was able to work collaboratively with accomplished information professionals from diverse backgrounds and abilities to create new and innovative ideas for bringing information access to all populations, to include ELAC populations (extra-legally ably-challenged). This applied experience focused on the importance of technologies as a vital asset in information access.

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