I am an electronic services librarian, responsible for web services, database services, and systems operations for both campus libraries of Santa Rosa Junior College. I also teach Introduction to Information Literacy, a class that focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to find, evaluate, and use information found in print, on the Internet and in other electronic formats. Students use different research topics to develop the skills and strategies required to effectively conduct the research process.
I am the faculty subject liaison for the earth and physical sciences, industrial arts and construction. Browse some of the guides that are in my area of responsibility.
|Renewable Energy||Automotive Technology||Online Databases|
|E-Books||Nuclear Energy||SRJC Libraries FacPack|
- Responsive design re-coding of SRJC Libraries web presence so that you can use the library resources on your tablets and smartphones
- Newman Foundation grant to create multi-media enrichment zones to the Doyle Collection of artworks in the library. This will allow students to scan QR codes and watch interviews of the artists explaining their artworks while students are viewing the art in the SRJC Libraries.
- Work with a great EBSCO team to use learning technology integration to bring SRJC Library resources into Moodle classes through a Reading List tool.
- Development of Guide on the Side interactive tours of online search tools and e-books available through the SRJC Libraries.
Did you know that SRJC is the first Community College in California to beta test a new discovery tool that lets you search all books and databases from a single search box?
View the tutorial video above for a quick overview of the layout and features of the Smart Search Discovery Service.
Visit this page for more information about how Smart Search can help you find information on your research topic.