Holly Hibner

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Holly Hibner
Plymouth District Library

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  • Adult Services
  • Collection Development
  • Electronic Resources
  • Equity of Access
  • Information Literacy
  • Leadership
  • Readers' Advisory
  • Reference Services
  • Strategic Planning
  • Type of Libraries
  • Public

  • Bio

    Holly Hibner received an MLIS degree from Wayne State University. She is the Adult Services Coordinator at the Plymouth District Library in Michigan. Holly has published and presented on a variety of topics such as collection management, computer instruction, and reader’s advisory. She is a co-founder of the popular blog “Awful Library Books” and also contributes to the library leadership blog "Library Lost and Found." Holly co-authored the book “Making a Collection Count: a holistic approach to library collection management." She currently serves as an ALA Councilor.


    MLIS, Reference Services, 1999
    Wayne State University

    BS in English Language and Literature and Elementary Provisional Teaching Certificate, Elementary Education, 1997
    Eastern Michigan University