Posts Tagged ‘autobiography’

Meet Our Student Workers

Monday, May 23rd

Amy Major: Criminal Justice Class: Senior  Amy has worked for the library for a year, and has been an integral part of our circulation staff.  In last week’s blog, you saw her commitment to literacy in assisting with the Indiana Campus Compact, distributing free books to children.  In her time here, she has dabbled in […]

Billie Girl

Monday, November 8th

A few days ago we were privileged to hear Vickie Weaver speak and read from her book Billie Girl, which won the 2009 Leapfrog Fiction Contest.  Weaver spoke on her journey towards becoming an author, and the challenges of that work. One thing Ms. Weaver has found is that her writing has naturally gravitated to […]

Meet Sara Wilhoite

Monday, May 31st

Hi, my name is Sara Wilhoite, and I will be working as an intern this summer at the IU East Campus Library. I will be helping with the First Year Orientation, First Year Seminar, library instruction, as well as other projects. Please stop by the library anytime, if you have any questions or just want […]

Have You Seen This Man?

Monday, May 17th

If you do, please stop and say, “hi.” My name is Joe Augustin and I’ll be working as an intern in IU East’s Campus Library this summer. While I’m here, I’ll be learning a lot about LibGuides; so if you have any questions about those, or what it is that I’ll be doing to them, […]

Library Work – Notes from the Inside

Monday, March 8th

Hello, I’m Hamid, a work study student at the library. There are a few misconceptions about library workers, and I’d like to tell you about what I do. Most of the time when I say that I work at a library, there is an assumption that I shush students and get to read all day.  […]