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Director, Library Services

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by Lori Driscoll, Library GCSC - Last Updated May 14, 2014
This is a guide created to introduce GCSC Library Accessibility.
Tags: accessibility, ada, adaptive equipment, disability, library services
Community College Forum
by Lori Driscoll - Last Updated Oct 2, 2014
Resources provided to GCSC employees through our Education Advisory Board institutional membership - ask your librarian for the password
Tags: advising, college planning, education, evidence based, higher education, math, policy, qep, quality enhancement plan, student success
Education Advisory Research and Oversight Action Team
by Lori Driscoll - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
Assists with research efforts, bolsters committee productivity and accountability, and provides infrastructure for all committee and task force initiatives.


Lori Driscoll is the Director of Library Services at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida. She recently served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Virtual Campus in its inaugural year and chaired the Library Services Members Council; she is now on the Executive Committee of the Library Services Members Council as the past-chair. Ms. Driscoll was an international copyright advocate for library organizations in the United States, representing the Library Copyright Alliance at the World Intellectual Property Organization's Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights in Geneva, Switzerland for several years. She also continues to serve on the Board of Directors for the Panhandle Library Access Network (PLAN).

Previously, Ms. Driscoll was the Chair of Access Services for the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida. While working in this role, her system-wide responsibilities included copyright clearance, electronic reserves, interlibrary loan, remote storage, and circulation policy and automation. In addition, she managed the stacks and circulation/information desk in the largest of the system libraries. She has taught undergraduate information studies courses, facilitated workshops on intellectual property issues, and published books and articles in the field of library services.

Ms. Driscoll graduated with her Masters in Library Science from Florida State University. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and certificate in Women's Studies from the University of Florida.