Whether you spent time with us doing summer research and you’re back for more fun or you’re just coming in the door of the Cole Library Center for Teaching and Learning for the first time, we’re happy you’re here! We are excited to hear what you’re curious about, what goals you hope to achieve as a critical thinker, what you love about learning, and how you’d like to improve. We’d like to know what you’re reading or ciphering or exploring. We want to get to know you. Which do you prefer: Star Trek or Star Wars? Coffee or tea? Cubs of Giants? In the CTL, we are always looking forward to generating ideas and working on projects with you!
Don’t forget–the Writing Studio and Quantitative Reasoning Studio have moved to 3rd floor. The office of Laura Farmer, Writing Studio Director and Director of Fellowships and Scholarships, is now Library 315, and, right next door in 317, you’ll find our new Writing and Teaching Specialist, Jennifer Haigh. On first floor, Brooke Bergantzel, Instructional Technology Librarian and Academic Technology Studio Supervisor, is in Library 122, with the Academic Technology Studio next door in 125. Jen Rouse, Interim CTL Director and Consulting Librarian for Humanities, Performing Arts, and Education, has moved to Library 304, and Interim Library Director and Consulting Librarian for Visual Arts Greg Cotton will be in Library 303. Our new Rise Up Program Assistant Anna Slife joins us on 2nd floor in Library 214. If you are not sure where to look or who to ask for, find a friendly face and we’ll point you in the right direction.