Zorian M. Sasyk

Zorian SasykZorian M. Sasyk is the Electronic Resource and Discovery Librarian at Metropolitan State University in Saint, Paul, Minnesota. He has worked in library electronic resource management roles for over 6 years, including resource activation, overseeing resource troubleshooting, discovery tool configuration and optimization, and usage statistics collection and analysis. He plays an active in role in the Minnesota State system’s library consortium, PALS, advocating for electronic resource coordination and optimization across the system’s Alma implementation. In addition, he serves on the ELUNA/IGELU Content Working Group, an international body of electronic resource librarians that advises Ex Libris on content-related issues in their library products. Zorian’s professional interests include open access resources in discovery, collection analysis, the sociology of librarianship, and electronic resource management advocacy. He has an M.S. in Library Science from Wayne State University and an M.A. in Sociology from Minnesota State University Mankato.

NameInstructorSessionPrice
Introduction to Electronic Resource Management in Academic Libraries2021-01 (Jan)$250.00