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Meet Lola Estelle! Lola has been with Serials Solutions since Spring of 2006 and currently works as a Senior Client Interface Specialist. As a member of the sales support team, Lola maintains service demo profiles, implements and coordinates trial services and is the go-to person for answering technical questions about our solutions. Lola has worked in a variety of capacities in the information industry since 2000, when she earned her library science degree from the University of Washington.

What is your professional background?

Student library assistant, bookseller, library paraprofessional, children’s librarian, information literacy instructor, reference librarian, English instructor, Serials Solutions Client Services specialist, Serials Solutions Sales Support specialist.

What do you like most about working for Serials Solutions?

Macrocosm: I like keeping up with the latest advances and trends in the library profession and in the e-resources industry. Microcosm: I enjoy technical writing and editing, and I frequently have the opportunity to practice both in my work.

What do you find most exciting about the future of the library?

I like to think about how technology will continue to change models of scholarly communication. What are the still latent, as-yet-unforeseen results of the shift from an information-poor to an information-rich society? I’m interested in how content creators, publishers, and  particularly libraries will respond to these changes.

Who is your favorite author?

DH Lawrence

Do you have a favorite library? If so, what is it?

The Fine Arts Library at Indiana University Bloomington. It’s located on the second floor of the Indiana University Art Museum, a beautiful building in the middle of one of the country’s great campuses.

10 Jan 2012 | Posted by Daniela Parmley

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