Warren Holder has been a librarian at the University of Toronto since 1978. During his time at the university Warren has been the head of the undergraduate library as well as the head of the circulation department (book stacks, periodical reading room, document delivery etc) of the Robarts Graduate Library.
Currently Warren is the Electronic Information Resources Co-ordinator with responsibility for identifying content, negotiating site licenses and vetting legal agreements that will allow access to electronic resources for the faculty, staff and students at the University of Toronto.
Warren might suggest that while not complete, the University of Toronto Library has licensed a critical mass of e-journals and e-index and abstract databases and so has now turned his attention to the purchasing - and licensing where appropriate - of e-books.
Warren had also been concerned about how difficult it is to find information and so is also involved in the evolving discovery tools that are being introduced to " replace " the library OPAC.