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Nancy Li is the Associate Director of Information Resources at the University of Sydney Library. Nancy's pronouns are she/her. Nancy's qualifications include GradDip (Information Management) Master of Librarianship UNSW.

Nancy Li has more than 26 years of experience in academic libraries. She joined the University of Sydney Library in 2004, and has been manager in various areas, including Information Resources, Collection Services, and the East Asian Collection. Prior to joining the University of Sydney Library, she worked at the University of New South Wales Library for more than 10 years as a cataloguer and senior librarian (CJK specialist).

In her role as Associate Director Information Resources, Nancy provides high level strategic, management and financial leadership to ensure the effective acquisition, organisation, description, discovery, and management of information resources appropriate for a 21st century research library. Her focus is on helping the Library to support the University’s current teaching and research programs while also anticipating the needs of future scholars and generations.


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