Mary Krautter

  • Head of Reference & Instructional Services
  • University Libraries, UNCG
  • 336-256-0275
  • Jackson Library P.O. Box 26170 UNC Greensboro
  • Greensboro NC 27402-6170

I joined the UNCG University Libraries in July 2007 as Head of Reference and Instructional Services and have very much enjoyed my return to North Carolina. My Master's in Library Science is from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and I also have a Bachelor's and Master's in English from Virginia Tech. I worked for many years at the University of Kentucky Libraries, including a position as Team Leader of the Reference Team and many years as Head of the Education Library. In being a librarian, I most enjoy connecting people with the information they need. In my off hours, I do volunteer work, garden, and enjoy my family, including two daughters back in Kentucky.

There are 3 included publications by Mary Krautter :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Advocating for the Devil: Transforming Conflict in Libraries 2013 998 Change invariably brings conflict, often accompanied by the notion that conflict is destructive and negative. William Pettas and Steven L. Gilliland, writing in 1992, comment on the relative lack of literature on conflict management in libraries and ...
From foundation to tower: building blocks for your library career [slides] 2013 1603 Slides from a presentation on library career stages. Delivered October 18, 2013 at the North Carolina Library Association biennial conference in Winston-Salem, NC. Co-presented by Nataly Blas, Anna Craft, Beth Filar Williams, and Mary Krautter.
Weeding with a Repurpose 2009 873 As academic library collections grow so do the space needs of other activities and purposes. Traditional uses of space are changing and the library as an organization must prioritize and promote re-purposing space as needed. These conflicting space...