Mary Kelly is the Digital Resources and Emerging Technologies Librarian at the Plymouth District Library in Plymouth, Michigan. She is passionate about collection quality, and when she’s not wrangling with Overdrive, she is usually hunched over the computer looking at spreadsheets. She spent a few years in Youth Services, molding young minds through Toddler Disco, but recently returned to the promised land of Adult Services.
For street cred, Mary and her colleague Holly Hibner co-authored the book Making a Collection Count: a holistic approach to library collection management. Reading it will surely change your life, so interlibrary loan a copy today! They are also co-authors of the popular blog Awful Library Books.