I would like it to go on record that Nathan is – not only – knowledgeable regarding the policies and procedures of the Circulation and Reserves Departments, but he continuously shares his expertise and does it in a highly professional manner. He is always helpful and ready to give good advice and I appreciate his work ethic!! Judith
Professor Wendt driving down the street cranked hiswindow open and hollared to Eric, thanks for the stuff you got for me last week! Nice way to start the morning for sure.
Kud0s to Susan for her great Health and Garden Noon talk on Wednesday, May 13th. Steve Trost’s presentation was great as well with lots of Spring garden tips.
Yesterday around noon a Circ student worker gave a patron great service. He was shelving or retrieving books in the stacks and encountered a student looking for the New England Journal of Medicine. When they didn’t find the journal there, he found his way to my office to help her out. I pointed out that the year needed was available only on microfiche and he and the patron headed off to the micro room. He came back to follow up on her behalf regarding the equipment and I went to help her further. In any case, I wanted to say he did a great job.
Kudos for Susan’s organizing the Senior Citizen’s Open House.
…for figuring out how to get our personal folders back in Outlook, and communicating this!
Write a comment on any of these Kudos or send Diane Knights an email to get a new entry started or comment on an existing thred. I will be able to tell from the Comment whether or not is should get it’s own entry.
Thanks to everyone in CMS who purchases, catalogs, and processes all of the children’s book award winners in a compressed span of time. If you didn’t know, they have to do all this for a group of 35-40 books each year in a timespan of < 4 weeks.
Folks who attend my session at the Hubbs’ conference really appreciate being able to look at the books.
I’d like to thank the WMS people, specifically, Ben and Kevin, for tweaking the E-Reserves access for off-campus patrons. As well as, the new “Find an Open Computer in the Library” feature on the Library’s web site. This is great guys.
Thanks to Donna and Marianne. Great presentation today. We were all charged about the project and think it would be a great investment in time for us to do it – even comparing our private feeder schools to the public. Maybe there are ways other could help do the research? Nice presentation