Welcome to my personal page on the Louis J. Blume Library website. I am an teaching librarian and full professor at the Blume Library. I specialize in instruction addressing information retrieval methods for researchers in higher education. I work with faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students, and other patrons to provide context for finding, evaluating, and using information sources. I liaise with the following schools & departments: Biology, the Bill Greehey School of Business, Computer Science, Counseling, Economics, History, Mathematics, and Psychology.
I spend much of my time preparing and teaching classes or meeting one-on-one with researchers on their projects. I encourage you to Book an Appointment to arrange a time to meet and discuss your project.
I also manage the Library website and develop research help guides on a variety of topics.
My greatest personal strength is a love of learning and a curiosity about the world. This desire to explore is how I ended up being a librarian. I love to learn with others, read, develop new ideas, and communicate. I encourage you to contact me with ways I can work with you or help you achieve your information-seeking goals.
You can find out more about me:
Research Help by Courses and Subjects