I am a librarian at Reeves Library. We hope that you’ll use this blog to keep current on how to get the most out of your campus library.
We librarian-types differ in many ways, but we do share some things in common. We all are quite well-educated – a bachelors degree in a subject area and a masters in information/library science, at minimum; others have earned an additional masters degree or a Ph.D. We are also concerned (some might say “obsessed”) with providing and protecting access to information. We tend to be on the cutting-edge of technology. And, we’re also helpful to a fault.
It’s no different at Reeves Library. And, I’ll add one more thing to the list: we want you to be comfortable using library resources and be able to use them well.
So, stop on by. Any questions…we’re happy to help!
What we’re reading now:
English History Made Brief, Irreverent, & Pleasurable by Lacey Baldwin Smith
The Red Tent by Anita Diamant
Country Roads by Peter Hessler