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Lisa McIntosh is the Director of Access Services at the University of Sydney Library. Lisa's pronouns are she/her. Lisa's qualifications include BA (Library and Information Studies) Canb..

Lisa McIntosh has worked in public, medical and academic libraries for 28 years. Her portfolio includes responsibility for oversight of the Library’s collection of four million titles in both digital and physical formats, system and research infrastructure, copyright and information policy, Sydney University Press, legal deposit and the long-term capture and preservation of digital materials.

She is also involved with development of support for the digital humanities in education, and for culturally competent collection protocols and knowledge frameworks.

Lisa is an active member of the Australia New Zealand Regional Ex Libris User Group (ANZREG); Pacific Rim Research Libraries Alliance (PRRLA); Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC); Coalition for Networked Information (CNI); Open Library of Humanities (OLH); Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA); the CAVAL Mentoring Program; and the Standards Australia Information and Documentation, Information Technology – Learning, Education, Training and Research Committee, as the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) representative.


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