Graduate Students and Student Athletes Visit Middleton Library

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Grad Students at Education Resources

On June 3, Library Associate Robert Bigelow presented the Education Resources Library to a graduate Library and Information Science class in Room 227 of Middleton Library. Pictured here, Bigelow is introducing the Young Peoples Awards Collection to graduate students enrolled in LIS 7801,”The Illustrator as Storyteller.”  The Education Resources Library supports the School of Education, School of Library and Information Science, School of Kinesiology, Distance Education and Service Learning students, and teachers throughout Louisiana. 

Student athletes in Middleton

Student Athletes in Middleton Library

On June 14, Mitch Fontenot, Outreach Librarian, met with 13 new student athletes and Teresa Buchanan, their instructor for Faculty 101, to give a tour of Middleton Library and explain the services that LSU Libraries has to offer. The student athletes were shown Instructional Technology Services, the Research and Instruction, Circulation, and Interlibrary Borrowing Departments, Community Coffee House, Printing Services, and the libraries’ presentation rooms.

Paul Hrycaj is a Research & Instruction Librarian at the LSU Libraries.

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