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You might think the most important resource of a library is the books. In fact, it's actually the librarians. They can make your life much easier.
We're happy to assist.
We don't mind interruptions.
We like questions.
Ask Us a Question!
, Interim Director of the Library
2002 - present
, Director of Library and Learning Centers, retired
1992 - 2019
, Catalog Librarian, Artists' Books Collection
1994 - present
, Circulation Manager, Research Specialist
1999 - present
, Photographic Technician
2004 - present
, Media Specialist Coordinator
2013 - present
, Night Shift Circulation Clerk
2019 - present
Remote Access to Library Resources
Reference and Research Assistance
Think of it as having your very own personal librarian. Drop by in person, online, and via email. Consider making an appointment to get in-depth help with research for assignments.
Recommend Books, DVDs, Other Items
Circulation, Hours, Library Accounts
Ask at the Circulation Desk.
Images, Videos, Technical Support
Visit Library Support Services (formerly the Visual Resource Center), located in Room 100F.
Tutoring and Coaching
Available in the Student Learning Center (SLC), located in Room 100E in the northwest corner of the library.
Artists' Books and Special Collections
Make an appointment view these materials. Special Collections is in Room 100C in the northwest corner of the library.
In addition to the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC), the Library offers workshops - in your class and in the library.
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