About Angela Dresselhaus
Angela Dresselhaus is currently the Head of Electronic Resources at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. She holds a BA in Music from the University of Louisville and an MLS from Indiana University. Angela is an active member of NASIG and currently serving as the President.
|Present||Head of Electronic Resources, East Carolina University|
Electronic Resource Acquisitions
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2017 - Present||Vice President, NASIG|
Honors and Awards
- John Merriman Joint NASIG/UKSG Award (2015)
- Digital Library Federation (2013) Cross-Pollinator Travel Award
- Swets (2010) Charleston Conference Scholarship
- ALA Student-to-Staff Program (2009) American Library Association
- Beta Phi Mu (2009)
- ACRL Virtual Conference Grant (2009) Association of College and Research Libraries
- Julieann V. Nilson Scholarship (2008) Indiana University Librarians Association
- ALCTS/Sage Publications Support Staff Travel Grant (2008)
- Conference Scholarship (2008) Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians
- Violette Participation Grant (2008) Indiana Networking for Documents and Information of Government Organizations
- Fritz Schwartz Serials Education Scholarship (2007) North American Serials Interest Group
- Bon Voyage Travel Grant (2006) Endeavor Information Systems
- NCLA Conference Scholarship, North Carolina State Library (2017)
|2009||MLS, Indiana University - Bloomington|
|2005||BA, University of Louisville|
Opportunities Beyond Electronic Resource Management: An Extension of the Core ...
NASIG: Taking Stock and Taming New Frontiers (2014)
This presentation will provide an overview of current topics in digital scholarship and scholarly communications and draw connections between these ...
Conference Reporting (3)
Contribution to Book
One Academic Library - One Year of Web-Scale Discovery
Gateway to Collaboration, The Serials Librarian (2012)
Tonia Graves, the electronic resources librarian at Old Dominion University, described her library’s discovery environment using Marshall Breeding's 2010 article ...