Daniel Phelan is the Manager, Collection Services Team at Ryerson University Library in Toronto. Since joining Ryerson in 1985, Mr. Phelan has had a variety of positions including AV Librarian, Science and Technology Librarian, and Head of Interlibrary Loans and Access Services. Prior to coming to Ryerson he held positions at North Bay Public Library, the University of Manitoba, and McGill University where he obtained his Masters of Library Science degree. His publications include an article on the Canadian National Site Licensing Project in AGAINST THE GRAIN and as co-editor of the 2002 issue of LIBRARY TRENDS on Midlife Career Choices for librarians. Daniel has given presentations at the Charleston Conference and the Ontario Library Association Super Conference on leadership. He has also given a CE course at CHLA/ABSC on learning styles. He has served on Ryerson’s Academic Standards Committee for the past five years. He is also currently on the Board of the Ontario College and University Libraries Association. His professional interests include distance education, document delivery, leadership and information literacy.