Archives for Tag: cedarville

2018 Centennial Library Scholarship Award in Library Science

April 20, 2018

The Centennial Library is pleased to announce that Jessica Elder is the recipient of the 2018 Centennial Library Scholarship Award in Library Science. The scholarship was made possible by a financial gift from a Cedarville University alumnus who became a librarian. It was established by the Centennial Library faculty to... View Article

Independent Study | Jess Elder

April 10, 2018

As I sat down to write this blog post detailing my independent study, one word really stuck out in my mind summarizing this experience: informative.   A lot has happened since I completed the library internship in the fall and began this independent study centered on academic libraries. My dreams... View Article

Shhhh! No More: Cedarville Librarians Get Chatty

May 17, 2017

Over the past two years, visitors to the library’s website might have noticed a new interactive feature – an “Ask Us” chat button. This little button often on the side of the screen offers a big help, allowing anyone to reach out to our librarians for instant research support. Whether... View Article

Finals Week Event: Take a Step Back into the 80s

May 2, 2017

Great Scott, it’s finals week at CU! To help students destress during finals, Centennial Library is once again hosting a special study break event on Tuesday, May 2nd from 7 to 9 pm. Come for snacks and drinks, stay for some totally rad 80’s video games with awesome activities and... View Article

Library Careers Event

April 25, 2017

Stacie Schmidt, a 2011 graduate of Cedarville University, met with students interested in library careers on Thursday, April 20, at the Centennial Library. Stacie earned her master’s degree in library & information science from UCLA and currently serves as Reference & Instruction Librarian at Biola University in California. Stacie shared... View Article

Honors Day | April 6, 2017

April 6, 2017

Several of our student workers and interns were recognized during Honors Day this morning….congratulations to all!   (clockwise from top left) Laura Ullom-2016 Intern (ELML) Monique L Muncy Scholarship Caroline Clauson-Circulation (Communication) Salt & Light Scholarship   Abigail Gingrich-Circulation (Business) Boyd Accounting Award Scholarship for Women in Business   Sharon... View Article

Library Career Exploration | Lauren Yost

March 28, 2017

Lauren Yost, a junior Linguistics major, is doing a Library Career Exploration with us this semester. In this post, she shares some of her experiences… In November, I attended the library careers dinner as someone with many interests and a short-term sense of direction (and also as someone who likes... View Article

Intern’s Perspective | Sharon Tapia

March 17, 2017

“What does that mean exactly? What does a librarian do?” This is the question that usually follows up “It’s a shame libraries are ending” or “I didn’t know you needed a degree to do that!” when I tell someone I want to work in libraries. Since I decided to pursue... View Article

Blind Date with a Book

February 22, 2017

Are you tired of reading textbooks? Are you stuck in a reading rut? Try a Blind Date with a Book at Centennial Library! Books from a variety of genres are on display but their identities have been masked! Take a chance on the unknown and choose your “date” from the... View Article

Intern’s Perspective | Shaune Young

November 21, 2016

Libraries contain a special sort of magic that is not always visible to the naked eye. You step in and you see the magic out of the corner of your eye. There’s that book that’s going to change your life. There’s that friend that will be there for life. A... View Article