We are so happy to welcome Susanne Caro to our team here at the Libraries. To our excitement, her dedication and enthusiasm has landed her a feature in The Spectrum.
As the Government Information Librarian, she promotes the interesting and sometimes strange state and federal publications available and enjoys helping students find the information-packed resources they need. Caro explained her favorite part of the library is that “every single day you continue to learn more, and I have such a backlog of trivia in my head now."
Some interesting facts about Susanne is that she sometimes ends up reading three to four books a week. She mostly enjoys science fiction and fantasy, while she also reads non-fiction, especially medical non-fiction because as she explained, “that’s one of those areas where truth is stranger than fiction.”
She explains the importance of the library and that librarians want people to come in and use the space because that is their purpose of being there as a resource.
To read the full story see The Spectrum Article Here.
Additional and exciting information about Susanne, is that she has recently released a book, Government Information Essentials. Government documents, both physical and electronic, constitute a rich and varied resource that calls for special attention. This contributed volume gathers the expertise of experienced government information librarians from across the country. Providing real-world insight into the work, collections, and interests of this discipline, this book surveys the wide variety of government information and the people who use it. Learn more about her book here.
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