Michael Meth is the associate dean, Research and Learning Services at the Florida State University (FSU) Libraries. Michael’s portfolio includes responsibility for the Learning Commons (undergraduate services), Scholars Commons (graduate and faculty services), and STEM Libraries as well as the Assessment and Engagement units of the University Libraries. Prior to his current role at FSU, Michael was the director of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) Library at the University of Toronto (UofT). Michael has taught at UofT’s iSchool and in the Department of Management at UofT Mississauga. Prior to this appointment at OISE, Michael was the director of the Li Koon Chun Finance Learning Centre at the UofT Mississauga Library. He has a master of information studies degree from the Faculty of Information Studies (UofT) and a bachelor of business administration degree from the Schulich School of Business (York University). Michael is an active member of the library and university communities, having served in leadership roles with the UofT iSchool Alumni Association and the Special Libraries Association (SLA). In 2014, Michael was selected as a Senior Fellow at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, and in 2013 he participated in Harvard’s Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians.