Introduction to LYRASIS Consulting

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Join us for an exploration of the world of LYRASIS Consulting! Katy Klettlinger, Program Leader for Consulting Services, will talk about what LYRASIS Consulting does and how it can help you and your library, archive, or museum, as well as potential grants that you may qualify for. There will be plenty of time for Q&A in this interactive session.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this class, students will be able to:

Describe the services that LYRASIS Consulting provides
Identify one way in which these services could be useful to their organization


Katy Klettlinger has more than 20 years’ experience in a mixture of archival, government, public library, and non-profit organizations. Before joining LYRASIS in 2016, her roles included serving as a consultant for digitization, space planning, and strategic planning for the State Library of Ohio and creating and building an archival and digitization program as Records Manager and Archivist for Licking County Government in Ohio. Katy was the first library professional to be certified as a coach for the Community Heart and Soul strategic planning methodology in 2021. Katy incorporates biomimicry into her space planning consultancy to promote mental health and well-being and has a specialization in archival facility design. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s in Library and Information Science from Kent State University.

State library and/or archives agency Network/consortia Public library Academic library: 4 year and graduate Special Library Museum Academic library: 2 year Government library K-12 library Archives Historical Society / Site Special collections Performing Arts Organization
Time: All live online classes are in Eastern time.