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ANNUALREPORT2019FROM LOCAL TO GLOBALPhoto: State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

A Letterfrom RobertDear LYRASIS Community,I have been looking forward to writing you and sharing myexcitement about the banner year we have just finished, as wellas giving you a sneak peek at what is coming. You will find moredetails on these and other accomplishments in the pages thatfollow. These are programs, services and initiatives that will directlybenefit both you and your institution.First, an exciting bit of news We have merged DuraSpace into LYRASIS,creating one of the most dynamic, creative,and impactful technology and servicesglobal not-for-profits!Before I share with you how this will benefit all of our members both academic and public libraries, museums, galleries, archives,researchers and scholarly publishers - let me tell you what hasnot changed.Our knowledge and content-based mission is still completely aimedat you. We remain a member-focused non-profit partner. LYRASISis the mission aligned, trusted place where your problems can beresearched, ideas formed, and solutions developed and deliveredto the community. Our governance continues to be a talented,high powered, volunteer Board comprised of elected membersand appointed professionals who ensure all voices are heard.Every single day we recommit ourselves to deliver measurablevalue; which includes a 1.2M investment into R&D to benefit ourmembers (this brings our total to over 2M since 2016), severalnew programs for our core communities, and some exciting newpartnerships. These investments have been accomplished with nodues increases, nor price increases since 2015!

LYRASIS: Annual Report 20193What has changed is our focus on scale and leverage, our emphasis on connecting with ourglobal partners, and freeing up our resources to better serve you. Scale - The merger will allow us to unlock the power of 10 Community Supported Programsthat are fiscally supported by 1,733 global institutions. This power includes better technologyplatforms, more secure data pathways, future proofing and economies of scale.Leverage - We now have over 400 institutions that have trusted their hosting and migrationneeds with us, thus allowing their institutional resources to be applied toward core missionactivities.Connection Points - These connections are both geographic and by way of partners. FromGermany to India to Peru, LYRASIS links institutions with partners such as the University ofMichigan Press; SimplyE for reading and discovery via NYPL, DPLA, and Columbia University;CollectionSpace with Oakland Museum and UC Berkeley, and Research information systemsat euroCRIS.Investing on your behalf - We are particularly focused on solutions that improve publicreading, meet accessibility standards and provide a seamless interface to both trade andmonographs. We are investing in and exploring how publishing can change the face ofcontent and its uses. We are relentlessly pursuing how to move ideas coming from youthrough a joint community/LYRASIS process, so they end up as valued services for you. Weuse a unique methodology based on It Takes A Village.Lastly, we just finished our 2019 Member Summit and I loved talking and working with all of youwho were able to make it. Looking ahead, I hope you will join us at our 2020 Member Summit,which will be October 27-28 in Philadelphia. We’ll see you there!At the end of the day, it is really all about you! On behalf of the world class team at LYRASIS,thank you for letting us serve you.Onward!Robert Miller, CEO, LYRASIS

4LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Table of ContentsP 2A Letter from RobertP 5The New LYRASISP 6The Leaders CircleP 8Member MapP 9Conversations in the CommunityP 10The Catalyst FundP 11Content and Scholarly CommunicationP 13Next Gen TechnologyP 15Introducing DuraSpace CommunitySupported ProgramsP 16Consulting ServicesP 17Performing Arts ReadinessP 18Accessibility Survey ReportP 19FinanceP 20Financial SummaryP 22Your Member Board of Trustees

5LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019The New LYRASISA Snapshot of theScope and Impact ofOur Newly MergedOrganization10 CommunitySupportedPrograms5,000 UsersMore than400 ServicePartners1,700 FiscalPartners1,057LYRASISMembers224Leaders CircleMembers

LYRASIS: Annual Report 20196The Leaders CircleOur Innovation Think TankThrough the merger with DuraSpace, the Leaders Circle has welcomed 115 newmembers, all committed to helping us chart the future, invest in innovation, and enjoybenefits of scale. Alabama A&M UniversityAlabama State UniversityAmherst CollegeArizona State UniversityAtlanta University CenterAuburn University LibrariesBiodiversity Heritage LibraryBirmingham-Southern CollegeBrandeis UniversityBridgewater CollegeBroward County LibrariesDivisionBrown UniversityBryn Mawr CollegeButler UniversityCarnegie Mellon UniversityCase Western Reserve UniversityCharlotte Mecklenburg LibraryCollege of Coastal GeorgiaColorado State UniversityColumbia International UniversityColumbia UniversityColumbus Metropolitan LibraryConnecticut CollegeConnecticut State LibraryCornell University LibraryCreighton UniversityDelaware County CommunityCollegeDelaware State UniversityDePaul UniversityDrexel University LibrariesDuke UniversityDuquesne UniversityDurham UniversityEast Carolina UniversityETH Zurich, ETH LibraryEmory University-WoodruffLibraryFlorida Academic LibraryServices Cooperative (FALSC) Free Library of PhiladelphiaFurman UniversityGeorge Mason UniversityGeorge Washington UniversityGeorgia Public Library ServiceGeorgetown UniversityGothenburg University LibraryGöttingen State and UniversityLibraryGriffith UniversityHampton UniversityHarrisburg Area CommunityCollegeHarvard University ArchivesHarvard University GraduateSchool of DesignHaverford CollegeHussey-Mayfield Public LibraryICPSRIdaho Commission for LibrariesImperial College LondonIndiana State UniversityIndiana University BloomingtonIndiana University EastIndiana University KokomoIndiana University NorthwestIndiana University PurdueUniversity Indianapolis (IUPUI)Indiana University South BendIndustrial Archives and LibraryJacksonville Public LibraryJohns Hopkins UniversityJohnson C. Smith UniversityKansas State LibrariesKent District LibraryKentucky Virtual LibraryKing County LibraryLa Roche CollegeLa Trobe UniversityLafayette CollegeUniversité Laval Library of VirginiaLiberty UniversityLondon School of Economicsand Political ScienceLoyola/Notre Dame LibraryMassachusetts Board of LibraryCommissionersMassachusetts Institute ofTechnologyMBL WHOI LibraryMcMaster University LibraryMiami-Dade Public LibrarySystemMichigan State UniversityMiddle Tennessee StateUniversityMiddlebury CollegeMississippi Library CommissionMississippi Valley State UniversityMontana State University –BozemanMoravian College & TheologicalSeminaryMorgan State UniversityMurray State UniversityNational Institute for MaterialsScienceNaval Postgraduate SchoolNazareth College of RochesterNew Jersey State LibraryNew York Public LibraryNew York UniversityNorfolk State UniversityNorth Carolina State UniversityNortheastern UniversityNorthwestern University LibraryOakland UniversityOberlin College LibraryOld Dominion UniversityOregon State UniversityPennsylvania State University

7LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019 Purdue UniversityRice UniversityRoanoke College LibraryRosenbach Museumand LibraryRowan UniversityRuhr University Bochum/RuhrUniversität BochumRutgers UniversitySacred Heart UniversitySan Francisco Public LibrarySavannah State UniversityScottish Digital LibrarySmithsonian InstitutionSoutheast Florida LibraryInformation NetworkSt. Thomas UniversityStanford UniversityState Library of Florida,Division of Library &Information ServicesState Library of IowaState University of New YorkTechnical University ofDenmarkTechnischeInformationsbibliothek (TIB)Temple UniversityTexas A&M University LibrariesTexas Digital LibrariesThe Ohio State UniversityThe University of Auckland –LibraryThomas More UniversityTopeka & Shawnee CountyPublic LibraryTroy UniversityTufts UniversityU.S. National Library ofMedicineUniversité Catholique deLouvainUniversité de MontréalUniversity Library BernUniversity of Alberta LibraryUniversity of AucklandUniversity of British ColumbiaUniversity of CalgaryUniversity of California,Los AngelesUniversity of California, San DiegoUniversity of California,Santa Barbara LibraryUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of CharlestonUniversity of CincinnatiUniversity of ConnecticutBabbidgeUniversity of DelawareUniversity of DenverUniversity of FloridaUniversity of HoustonUniversity of HullUniversity of IdahoUniversity of Illinois at UrbanaChampaignUniversity of Kansas LibrariesUniversity of LiegeUniversity of ManitobaUniversity of MarylandLibrariesUniversity of MassachusettsAmherstUniversity of MemphisUniversity of Michigan LawUniversity of Michigan LibraryUniversity of Michigan MedicalSchoolUniversity of MinnesotaLibrariesUniversity of Missouri LibrariesUniversity of Nevada, RenoUniversity of New BrunswickUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of New South WalesUniversity of North Carolina atChapel HillUniversity of North Carolina atCharlotteUniversity of North FloridaUniversity of Notre DameUniversity of OklahomaUniversity of Oregon LibrariesUniversity of OsloUniversity of OttawaUniversity of OxfordUniversity of PennsylvaniaUniversity of PittsburghUniversity of Pittsburgh HealthSciences LibraryUniversity of Prince Edward IslandUniversity of Rhode IslandUniversity of RochesterLibrariesUniversity of Southern IndianaUniversity of StirlingUniversity of TampaUniversity of TechnologySydneyUniversity of Texas at AustinUniversity of ToledoUniversity of TorontoUniversity of Trinidad andTobagoVassar CollegeUniversity of VictoriaUniversity of VirginiaUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of WaterlooUniversity of WisconsinUppsala University LibraryValparaiso UniversityVanderbilt University LibrariesVillanova UniversityVirginia CommonwealthUniversityVirginia TechVirginia Wesleyan UniversityVrije Universiteit Amsterdam,LibraryWake Forest UniversityWashburn UniversityWashington State UniversityWeill Cornell MedicineWellcome TrustWest Virginia UniversityWilliam & MaryWinston-Salem State UniversityYale UniversityYork Universities LibrariesYoungstown State UniversityZHAW University Library

8LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Member MapOur members are our most important asset at LYRASIS, and we continually seek new ways tocommunicate, collaborate and work with you directly.We have members and users in:501506StatesCountriesContinents

9LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Conversations in the CommunityForums and Member SummitOur regional, in-person Leaders Forums and annual Member Summit remain a driving force forcollaboration and innovation for LYRASIS and our members. Since 2016, we have hosted 31 LeadersForums and three annual in-person Member Summits, with more than 900 members attending. Outof these have come new programs and services that you have requested.The Leaders Forums and Member Summit give our members the chance to:1. Exchange best demonstrated practices2. Surface opportunities and share solutions3. Develop new programs and servicesLeaders Forums:By the Numbers550 400 31AttendeesOrganizationsForums in2016 - 2019Annual Member Summit:By the Numbers327250On-site AttendeesRemote Attendeesfor Keynote

10LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019The Catalyst FundA Grand Total of 17 Programs Seed Funded,Everyone BenefitsThe Catalyst Fund completed its third year in 2019. It is a key part of our Leaders Circle,Leaders Forums, and R&D/Channel Development investment for our members. In 2019, 126,370of Catalyst seed funding and support was given back to our members. Since 2017, over 417,000 has been invested in the Catalyst Fund.AI TechnologiesKing CountyLibrary SystemConversational Artificial Intelligence:Bringing the Library toYour Living Room 34,600AI for Archives: Using FacialRecognition to Enhance Metadata 25,000AccessMy Upload: Engaging Library Usersin Digital Collections 25,200University of MichiganOpen Data Toolkit Based on Diversity,Equity, Inclusion and Access Principles 25,380Linked DataUsing Linked Open Data forGeorgia’s Natural, Cultural andHistoric Organizations’ DisasterResponse 16,190

LYRASIS: Annual Report 201911From Local to GlobalContent and ScholarlyCommunicationRethinking Convention and CreatingCollaborations that Benefit YouLYRASIS continues to develop and support community approaches that impact the ways thatcontent is acquired, created, discovered and disseminated. A special focus of our work involvesfostering growth in open content and infrastructure programs, and assisting university pressesand scholarly societies as they seek to create new business models that better meet the needsof our time.Our negotiations with over 80 carefully vetted content, program and service providers means thatcollections-holding organizations can depend on LYRASIS to provide high quality licenses, terms ofservice, and affordable prices due to the strength and leverage of our groups.Key achievements this year include: In special partnership with University of Michigan Press, the launch of the Fulcrum open sourcepublishing platform featuring the University of Michigan Press eBook Collection and moreEstablished the ORCID US Community to support name disambiguation, metadata integrity,and system interoperability in research and reporting workflows, now with dedicated staff and125 membersResearch and release of the LYRASIS accessibility survey, Understanding the Landscape ofLibrary Accessibility for Online Materials40% growth in the number of US supporters of the SCOAP3 open access program in high energyphysics, now a community of over 200 libraries

12LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019From Local to GlobalIn FY 2019, LYRASIS members and communities directed 30% of funds for scholarly content andinitiatives toward open content and scholarly infrastructure programs, university press and scholarlysociety content, and local digitization.Progress toward Open: Over 4.2 million was provided to support open access content and openscholarly infrastructure programs alone. Funds spent for local digitization efforts increased by 40%over the prior year.Institutions Served by Content andScholarly Communication Initiatives746669(43%)(38%)332(19%)Non Membersvia OtherConsortiaNon MembersDirectMembers1,747 institutions support the Contentand Scholarly Communication program.

LYRASIS: Annual Report 201913From Local to GlobalExpanding Our Reachwith TechnologyNew Services, Continuing Growth, Savingsat ScaleOur hosting services proudly serve more than 400 institutions, freeing up your valuable staff timeto focus on core work, providing reliable, trusted security while helping protect and share your dataand collections.We offer all of thisand more. HostingAnalyticsStorageFuture proofingMigrationSome significant milestones from the last year include: Expanded to 6 hosted services of open-source software ArchivesSpace / CollectionSpace / Islandora / SimplyE DSpaceDirect and DuraCloud added via mergerStaff of 16 dedicated technology professionals providing best-in-class customer andtechnology serviceEspecially strong growth with SimplyE service, including a newly formed partnership with DPLAand NYPL, and supporting state library systems in Connecticut, Maryland and MontamemersnaWill announce new service offerings for Islandora V8 and DSpace V7 soon

From Local to GlobalUsing Scale to Keep Pricing Low0price increases in4 years6servicesnow offered%45growth in number ofclients since last year

15LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019From Local to GlobalIntroducing the DuraSpaceCommunity SupportedPrograms DivisionSustainability and Excellencein Open SourceWe welcomed 3 new software communities through the merger with DuraSpace, making us hometo 5 open source software programs. This means LYRASIS offers end-to-end solutions under a singletrusted brand.a community served by

LYRASIS: Annual Report 201916From Local to GlobalConsulting ServicesFull Time Experts, Better Value, Better Ideas,Better SolutionsSince our founding, LYRASIS Consulting Services has helped institutions with collections stewardship,including digitization, preservation, technology, innovation, and strategic planning. Building off thislegacy, this year we provided a wide spectrum of solutions to assist institutions in better serving theiraudiences. Highlights from this past year include: Conducted sustainability consulting based on the LYRASIS “It Takes a Village” Framework, as anational leader in program sustainability planningPerformed workflow assessments, space planning studies, new technology strategies, efficiencyrecommendations and strategic planning recommendationsProvided readiness assessments to preserve analog and digital collectionsHelped clients begin and re-start archives programs and exhibitionsConducted metadata assessment and training in copyright issuesHelped institutions nationwide evaluate collections and plan to get their materials onlineLYRASIS LearningUnlimited Classes, One Low PriceWe developed new classes in response to member needs, expanding our topic areas beyondpreservation, digitization, and metadata, to include leadership, scholarly communications, andtechnology. LYRASIS Learning gives you unlimited access to training for an easy annual fee, allowingyou to upskill your entire staff simultaneously and without breaking the bank. Due to an increase inLYRASIS Learning participants, subscribers enjoy benefits of scale - increasing class options andone low fee. 57 LYRASIS Learning classes799 participants in online class25 new classes presented for the first time in FY201942 institutions subscribed to LYRASIS Learning

17LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019To ResultsPerforming Arts ReadinessDisaster Preparedness for Performing ArtsFunded in 2017 by a 2.5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and building off ofour long time expertise in disaster preparedness for archives, libraries and museums, “PerformingArts Readiness” (PAR) is an initiative that brings together arts and culture organizations toimplement creative programs to increase knowledge, ability, capacity and readiness aroundemergency response and recovery. 380,000to 50 differentorganizationsfor disasterpreparednessplanningFor more information, see performingartsreadiness.org.

LYRASIS: Annual Report 201918From Local to GlobalContemporary Research toKeep Your Institution Protectedand Ahead of the CurveAccessibility Survey ReportUnderstanding the Landscape of Library Accessibility for Online MaterialsAccommodating users with disabilities is not a new endeavor for libraries. However, the evolvinglandscape of content digitization and the shifting nature of the scholarly communication ecosystempresent new challenges for libraries attempting to adhere to institutional policies and meet legalrequirements regarding online accessibility for those users. Accessibility is as important for us atLYRASIS as it is for our members, which is why we invested in research on the topic. We hope thisreport helps support accessibility efforts across the community.The LYRASIS accessibility survey was conducted in early 2019 as a mechanism to better understandhow (primarily academic) libraries within the United States are handling accessibility for their onlinecontent, and more specifically, where they stand in terms of policy and implementation.The core output of this survey is the 2019 LYRASIS Accessibility Survey Report. The report is able toidentify trends across a wide range of libraries, including: Libraries are the most progressive in terms of accessibility when they maintain the most controlover their contentNational policies and community technical guidelines on accessibility hold more prominencethan local or institutional mandatesMost accessibility training is self-initiated; more infrastructure is needed to train librarians inaccessibility mandates and tools

19LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019From Local to GlobalFinanceA Trusted Fiscal Partner Since 1936Fiscal health and non-profit business philosophy: LYRASIS is a fiscally solid organization. Ourfiscal goal each year is to break even at the operating level, or generate just enough in revenue tocover our operating costs. We have a four year track record of not raising the cost of membership,not raising prices on our services such as hosting, and reducing costs on programs such asLYRASIS Learning.Investing for our members’ future: Over the last three years we’ve invested more than 1M in R&D/Channel Development programs for our members. For FY 2020, we’ve committed another 1.2M toan important part of our member outreach.Examples of uses of these funds: Our non-profit investment portfolio and legacy assets mean wecan afford to focus on the future. Examples include innovation with member facing R&D/Channeldevelopment efforts, market outreach via regional Leaders Forum, seed fund investing with ourCatalyst Fund awards and thought leadership through our Leaders Circle.Partnerships: To accelerate our impact for our members, we work hard on creating a culture ofexploration, learning, and innovation. While we have a strong world class team, we are continuouslylooking outside the organization to increase our impact and reach, lower cost through scale, andcollaboratively leverage the work of others through foundational partners, mergers, acquisitions, andunique partnerships.Fiscal Highlights Over 350M of contracts negotiated in the past 5 yearsOver 100 contracts negotiated each year10 Community Supported Programs that represent 1,733 fiscal partnersand 5,000 usersOver 5M held in trust for over 500 institutionsWe operate at scale with over 11,000 invoices issued and collected each yearThese are all examples of being a trusted brand with services that can be outsourcedby our members so they can stay focused on core, mission-related tasks

LYRASIS: Annual Report 201920Financial SummaryWhere Your Dollars GoLYRASIS* Income StatementFY2017 - FY2019Year ended June 30201920182017 76,241,010 76,610,632 75,458,849Grants 1,490,137 1,032,112 954,846Membership 1,203,174 1,209,799 1,224,872 0 4,000 213,070 78,934,321 78,856,543 77,851,637 70,678,834 72,102,439 71,375,264General and Administrative 7,914,112 6,425,841 6,362,558Operating Income (excl R&D) 341,375 328,263 113,815**Research and Development 628,104 321,013 178,415Operating Income (incl R&D)( 286,729) 7,250( 64,600)Non Operating Gains (Loss) 1,221,716 2,187,538 1,602,087 934,987 2,194,788 1,537,487Operating RevenueContent and ServicesOtherTotal Operating RevenueOperating ExpensesCost of Content and ServicesChange in Net Assets*2019 Information is unaudited and summarized by management.LYRASIS’ financial strategy is to run at or near break even with our mission driven services and programs.Excess Operating Income or Board approved income from non-operating assets are invested back intoR&D for the benefit of our members. We are proud to say that due to cost management and attention todetail, for the fourth year in a row we have not raised dues or prices on core services, and have loweredprices on key programs.**LYRASIS has invested 1M over the last three years in its R&D programs aimed at developing impactfulideas and innovative programs designed to support our membership communities. An additional 1.2M hasbeen approved for FY2020.

21LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Financial SummaryWhere Your Dollars GoLYRASIS* Balance SheetFY2017 - FY2019Year ended June 30201920182017Current Assets 10,552,643 14,385,250 17,541,730** Investments 22,711,303 21,482,921 16,724,414 26,303 73,569 103,140 33,290,249 35,941,740 34,369,284 20,932,522 24,192,067 24,877,403 401,273 728,203 665,201 21,333,795 24,920,270 25,542,604 11,956,454 11,021,470 8,826,680 33,290,249 35,941,740 34,369,284AssetsFixed Assets / Other AssetsTotal AssetsLiabilitiesCurrent LiabilitiesOther LiabilitiesTotal LiabilitiesNet Assets, UnrestrictedTotal Liabilities and Net Assets* 2019 Information is unaudited and summarized by management.** Dividends/Interest Income from our investment portfolio is used to support LYRASIS R&D programs.

22LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Thank you to our Board of Trustees, who each volunteer, on average, more than80 hours of their valuable time to support you, our members and the operationsand strategic direction of the LYRASIS team.In Memoriam: Gregor Trinkaus-Randall worked tirelessly for the archives community in Massachusetts and on the LYRASISBoard of Trustees. We would like to publicly recognize his enormous contributions to our community and the field ofarchives. He will be missed.Your Board of Trustees FY2019Front Row – left to rightBack Row – left to rightDerick Dreher Ph.D., TreasurerThe John C. Haas DirectorRosenbach Museum and LibraryKate PughFaculty, Information and KnowledgeStrategy Program, Columbia University,and President, AlignConsultingJoe Lucia, ChairDean of Libraries, Temple University - PaleyLibraryKevin GuthriePresident, ITHAKAGina Millsap, Vice-ChairCEOTopeka & Shawnee County Public LibraryRob Spindler,Head of Archives & Special Collections,Arizona State University LibrariesRobert Miller, Ex-OfficioLYRASISGregor Trinkaus-RandallPrincipalStony Creek Consulting, LLCTom Rosko, SecretaryInstitute Archivist /Head Institute Archivesand Special Collections at MITElizabeth Gail McClenneyImmediate Past PresidentDirector, Roanoke College - Fintel LibraryKathlin RayDean of University Libraries and Teaching& Learning TechnologiesUniversity of Nevada, RenoJulie WalkerState Librarian of Georgia, Georgia PublicLibrary ServiceCory NimerUniversity Archivist, Brigham YoungUniversity - Harold B. Lee LibraryNot PicturedEric U. MillerCFO, Atlanta University Center- RobertWoodruff Library

23LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019Your Board of Trustees FY2020Thank you to our Board of Trustees, who each volunteer, on average, more than 80 hours of theirvaluable time to support you, our members and the operations and strategic direction of theLYRASIS team.Joe Lucia, Board ChairDean of LibrariesTemple UniversityPaley LibraryHeather JosephSPARCExecutive DirectorGina MillsapChief Executive OfficerTopeka & Shawnee CountyPublic LibraryKathleen Moeller-PeifferDeputy State Librarian for LibrarySupport Services at the New JerseyState LibraryDerick Dreher, PhDThe John C. Haas DirectorThe Rosenbach; VPSpecial CollectionsThe Free Library of PhiladelphiaKate Pugh, Vice ChairFaculty, Information and KnowledgeStrategy Program, ColumbiaUniversity, and PresidentAlignConsultingLee Bagby CeperichDirector, Library and SpecialCollections, Virginia Museum ofFine Arts, Margaret R. andRobert M. Freeman LibraryKaitlin ThaneyEndowment DirectorWikimedia FoundationKevin Guthrie, TreasurerPresidentITHAKATyler Walters, SecretaryDean, University LibrariesVirginia TechWolfram HorstmannDirector of the Göttingen State andUniversity Library and UniversityLibrarian of the University ofGöttingen (Germany)Evviva Weinraub LajoieVice Provost for University LibrariesUniversity at BuffaloAlexia Hudson-Ward, Vice ChairAzariah Smith Root Director ofLibraries for Oberlin College andConservatoryRobert MillerChief Executive OfficerLYRASIS

24LYRASIS: Annual Report 2019FromLocaltoGlobalBibliothèque IHEID, Genève, SwitzerlandJoin our Communityof MembersLYRASIS serves information professionals byproviding access to valuable resources, discountson purchases and professional expertise.Follow us on TwitterLike us on FacebookBe Part of the Discussion!October 27-28, 2020 - Philadelphia1438 West Peachtree Street NWSuite 150Atlanta, GA 30309www.lyrasis.org

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