Diane Dates Casey understands that managing a library and ensuring its contents are accessible is much more than simply slapping a number on the spine of a book and shelving it.
As Dean of Library Services at the University Library at Governors State University and councilor to the American Library Association Board of Directors for the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, she is well versed in the intricacies of maintaining and improving library accessibility and service.
Her participation in the Library of Congress report on the Future of Bibliographic Control and her analysis of the impact its findings will have on American Library Association members recently earned her a certificate of appreciation from the Association.
Office of Public Affairs, "GSU Librarian Honored" (2008). Press Releases. 386.