Katharine Baldwin

Katharine Baldwin (no photo)

Instruction, Access & Engagement Librarian, Assistant Professor, Department Head for Access & Education

Library and Learning Services

B.A. Clemson University
M.A. in Library and Information Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.B.A., Marymount University

Liaison Areas:

  • History
  • Politics
  • School of Business

Areas of Librarianship:

Oversees the implementation of technology systems and projects related to circulation, and outreach and publicity for Library & Learning Services.

Research interests:

Currently she focuses on technology and access as a form of outreach in libraries.

Publications/creative works:

Since joining Marymount, Hall and her colleagues have implemented an open-sourced ticketing system, improving communication and workflows within the library. She and her colleagues have presented this project at conferences and also received a grant in November 2017 to further this project as a software package available for adoption at other organizations.

Hall has also served on an Association of College & Research Libraries Committee for the 2019 ACRL Conference, where she helped select and moderate Lightning Talk presentations.

Her most recent scholarship is on our textbook reserves program, which she helped implement in Fall 2017.


Phone: 703-526-6840

Email: kbaldwin@marymount.edu