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Mary Jo DeJoice

Assistant Director of Booth Library

Phone: 304-637-1359
Campus Location: Booth Library

Mary Jo DeJoice is responsible for the day-to-day operation of Booth Library. In this capacity, she works closely with the director of Booth Library, Information Services and Office Services to facilitate the transformation of Booth Library into a 21st-century library, with a learning commons and student focused research support. She also serves as the primary library liaison to faculty and students.


  • M.L.S., University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • B.S. Instructional Technology, Towson State University, Towson, Md.


Mary Jo brings a broad background in library services to D&E, her professional focus is public service as well as the integration of technology into library services. Prior to joining the College, she was employed at Georgia State University Library, most recently as a public services librarian and prior to that as department head of Liaison and Outreach Services. She also worked at Fondulac District Library in East Peoria, Ill., as a community services librarian, department head of Access Services at Bradley University Library in Peoria, Ill., and as information services librarian and library systems manager at Catawba College Library in Salisbury, N.C.


Mary Jo is a member of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and West Virginia Library Association. She is a past president of the Organizational Training and Performance Division of AECT and served as the division’s 2014 AECT International Conference planner.

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