32nd Annual Charleston Conference Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition
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Mark Y. Herring

Winthrop University
Dean of Library Services
Mark Y. Herring is Dean of Library Services at Winthrop University.  Prior to serving in Rock Hill, Herring was Dean of Library Services at Oklahoma Baptist University, and library director at King College in East Tennessee.  He has worked in librarianship for more than three decades.
Herring has written numerous articles, books, and scores of reviews for magazines and journals both in and out of the library profession.   Herring's most recent book, Fool’s Gold: Why the Internet Is No Substitute for a Library was released by McFarland in 2007.   Herring is also the author of Genetic Engineering and The Pro Life-Pro Choice Debate, both by the Greenwood Publishing Group, and the author of Raising Funds with Friends Groups: A How-To-Do-It Manual (Neal-Schuman, 2004), His articles have appeared in American Libraries, Library Journal, The Chronicle of Higher Education College and Research Library NewsThe Weekly StandardPolicy Review, The Women’s Quarterly, Society, and others. 

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