International and Community Outreach Committee (ICO)

Objectives

The ICO Committee, reporting to the Chief Librarian, provides leadership and coordination across the University of Toronto Libraries in the following areas:

  • UTL international and community outreach activities
  • International collaboration projects, such as digitization initiatives, system development, international standards and guidelines
  • Library exchange programs
  • Usage of the exhibition facilities on the first and second floors of the John P. Robarts Research Library

Committee Members

  • Jack Leong, Committee Chair
    Director, Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library
  • Juliya Borie, Librarian - Serials Cataloguer, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Jesse Carliner, User Services Librarian, Robarts Library | Communications Librarian, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Megan Campbell, Director of Advancement, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Daisy Dowdall, User Services Librarian, Inforum, Faculty of Information
  • Sean Forbes, Director, Business Information Centre, Milt Harris Library
  • Julie Hannaford, Deputy Chief Librarian, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Ksenya Kiebuzinski, Head of the Petro Jacyk Central & East European Resource Centre
  • Hana Kim, Director, Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library
  • Blair Kuntz, Librarian - Cataloguing, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Vincci Lui, Faculty Liaison & Instruction Librarian | Communications & Web Librarian, Gerstein Science Information Centre (on leave)
  • Maureen Morin, Graphic Designer, University of Toronto Libraries
  • James Roussain, Archivist - Outreach and Instruction, St. Michael’s College - John M. Kelly Library
  • Kathleen Scheaffer, Outreach Librarian, Inforum, Faculty of Information (on leave)
  • John Shoesmith, Outreach Librarian, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library 
  • Fabiano Takashi Rocha, Librarian, Japan Studies / Collection & Cataloguing Services, University of Toronto Libraries
  • Tracy Zahradnik, Engineering Librarian, Engineering & Computer Science Library