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Jacinta Jolly

Jacinta is a Library Service Advisor at NPTC Newtown College, working with both Further Education and Higher Education students to provide information literacy instruction and academic support. She has previously worked in public libraries and university libraries, and was a secondary English teacher in a previous life.

Zoe Collyer

Zoe is a Subject and Digital Support Librarian at Wrexham Glyndwr University. Supporting the Schools of Business and Applied Sciences, Computing and Engineering her diverse role incorporates academic liaison, collection development, student support and teaching. Zoe has worked in the library and information sector for 30 years, starting her career as a shelver at Chester Library. Zoe has experience of working in both public and academic libraries having previously worked with Cheshire West and Cheshire Libraries, Edge Hill University and Chester University. She has recently undertaken her BSc in Library and Information Studies and successfully completed Chartership.

Rachel Sully

Rachel is librarian specialist at NHS Wales Informatics Service, responsible for the strategic management of the NHS Wales e-Library for Health. This involves procuring e-resources at a national level for all NHS Wales employees and contract holders and managing the on-going development of e-library resources, systems and services.

Emma Popa

Emma is a library apprentice working in Aura Flintshire Libraries. Having previously worked as a childcare professional for many years prior to joining the library and information profession last September, Emma brings together her experience from both areas in her current role. She is passionate about collaborating with schools and creating the next generation of readers and library users.

Liz Chester

Liz loves her work with students studying construction, care and Entry level courses at Coleg Sir Gar where she has been based for 28 years since she made the move from the Sackler Library at Oxford University.

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Rhian Jones

Hello, my name is Rhian Jones. After graduating from the University of Wales Lampeter I have been fortunate to gain employment with Coleg Sir Gar as a library assistant in the Ammanford Campus. In recent months, I have also begun working as a part time Campus Librarian in the Graig campus. Carrying on with my personal development, I am undertaking a master degree in Information & Library studies through Aberystwyth University.

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