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Welcome to the UConn Library. At the heart of the university, we are committed to building the right library for UConn, one that connects with our community of learners, invests in our skills and expertise, and uses those unique resources to promote the creative exchange of ideas at UConn and beyond. We are guided by the strategies found in our Strategic Framework and all of the work we do is grounded in our values - curiosity and inquiry, equity and inclusion, kindness and trust, and having fun. We look forward to helping you solve problems big and small, assisting with your research, helping with your teaching, and giving you a place to think, innovate, and collaborate.
Thanks for joining us, we are looking forward to taking this journey with you.
Dean Anne Langley
Anne Langley became Dean of the UConn Library in February, 2018. Prior to UConn she held academic library positions at Penn State, Princeton, Duke, North Carolina State University, and University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She holds a master’s degree in library science from the University of Tennessee and a bachelor’s degree in creative writing from Georgia State University. She is the lead author of three books in the field of academic librarianship and co-edited a book on open education resources and academic libraries. She has authored numerous articles, book chapters, and was a co-author of the first data paper published in the field (in portal). The values that guide UConn library are near and dear to her and guide how she operates as a leader every day. They are: Curiosity and Inquiry, Equity and Inclusion, Kindness and Trust, and Having Fun!
Areas of Expertise
- Organizational Development in Libraries
- Scholarly Communication and Open Access
- Having Fun at Work
- Library Administration, Management, and Budgeting
- Boston Library Consortium
- Association of Research Libraries
- American Library Association
- Association of College and Research Libraries
- Council of Connecticut Academic Library Directors