Toby Graham

University Librarian and Associate Provost | University of Georgia

Dr. Toby Graham is University Librarian and Associate Provost at the University of Georgia. Previously, he served the University as Deputy University Librarian and director of the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Graham has directed the Digital Library of Georgia, the state’s collaborative digitization initiative and regional hub for the Digital Public Library of America. He served as co-director of the award-winning Civil Rights Digital Library. Graham earned a Ph.D. in information science from the University of Alabama. He received the Alabama Author Award for Non-Fiction for his book on library segregation and is a recipient of the ALISE/Eugene Garfield and Phyllis Dain Awards for his doctoral research. Graham chairs the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council and serves on the boards of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries and Georgia Humanities Council, as well as the Coalition for Networked Information Steering Committee.