Christine is the Public Services Librarian for the Library Learning Commons. Her work is focused mainly on Reference, Instruction, Interlibrary Loan, and Open Education Resources (OER). She particularly enjoys connecting people to relevant information sources and helping students conduct research. Christine is also the content moderator for the LLC Blog.
Shawn is the LLC’s Outreach and Circulation Librarian. She is responsible for community outreach and manages the circulation desk. Shawn supervises all of the student workers and provides their initial training. As building manager, she works with other offices in the Library Learning Commons (LLC), such as the Learning Center and Career Services, to assure a cheery work environment. Some of Shawn’s interests include library marketing strategies and student-focused initiatives.
Matt is the the LLC’s Electronic Resources Librarian. He is tasked with ensuring that students and faculty have the digital resources they require for research and study. He oversees the management of the online periodical databases and keeps the LLC website and blog up to date. Matt is also interested in how people interact with technology, how technology increasingly shapes the social landscape, and radical ecology.
Pam is the Head of Technical Services and is in charge of all aspects of the print and electronic book collections for the LLC. Her responsibilities begin with ordering recommended/requested titles, continue with materials being cataloged and placed on the shelves, and end with the eventual removal of materials from the collection. In addition, Pam ensures the accuracy of the online catalogs so that needed materials can be found quickly. She maintains vital statistics on the collection so that weaknesses can be found and remedied.
Susan is the AVP for Teaching & Learning Technologies and provides direction and oversight for the Library Learning Commons (LLC) as well as the Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) at Chadron State College. She has a keen interest in instructional technologies and works with both units to improve upon the technologies available to students and faculty across campus and online.