COVID-19 Update: Although access to Gould Library remains closed, library staff will continue our commitment to support the teaching and research needs of the Carleton community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the Governor’s stay at home order, the library has moved to a virtual services model from March 28 through April 10, 2020. Our extensive collection of digital materials remains available, and the majority of library services are accessible remotely. Information on library resources and services will be updated regularly on the Spring 2020: Remote Resources and Guidance for Library Users page. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance accessing resources and services.
I've been a librarian since 2005, when Carleton College's Gould
Library hired me as the Librarian for Languages and Literature. One of
my favorite parts of this job is working closely with the students and
faculty I serve, coming up with ways to effectively facilitate teaching
and learning. It is so exciting to design learning activitiess, and
then work with students throughout the course of their assignments and
actually see the learning happen.
I'm not in the library the time flies by as I read (preferably in a
good coffee shop), write, cook, take walks (except during the middle of
winter), watch TV, and play with my gigantic cat, Pippin. (Some day I
will learn to read only one book at a time, but I haven't yet developed
that skill.) Other hobbies I enjoy when I get the chance include swing
dancing, knitting, weaving, spinning, cross stitching, and singing.
I specialize in working with these areas of study: