DePaul University Newsline > Multimedia > DePaul celebrates National Library Week 2022
April 8, 2022
In honor of National Library Week, the university highlighted the essential role DePaul's librarians and staff play in transforming lives and strengthening communities. Check out the gallery below to learn more about how each of the library's departments connects users to technology and resources to support their academic, intellectual and creative pursuits.
Read more about National Library Week in Newsline.
Librarians in the Loop Library (left to right) Brian DeHart, Sveta Stoytcheva, Warren DeCastro, Vamika Sharma, Sue Shultz and Shannon Asaria support the programs in the Driehaus College of Business, College of Communication, College of Computing and Digital Media, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and School of Public Service by connecting users to business, computer science and communication journals and books. Not pictured: Ian Koller, Erin Roux and Greg Tong (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)
(Left to right) Travis Eastham, Mark Jemerson and Matthew Krause serve on the access services team to ensure students and faculty have access to library spaces and collections, course reserves and interlibrary loan to support their research, curriculum and instruction needs. Not pictured: Heather Hummons, Elizabeth Becker, Angela Jordan, Jamahl Spann, Eric Venable and Matthew Wedge. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)
Christine McClure, Kevin Endres and Rina Roosevelt serve on the digital services team in the DePaul University Library. These staff keep the DePaul University Library website running, digitize materials for course reserves and make sure library technology is functioning properly. Not pictured: April Hummons and Wendall Sullivan. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)
(Top row) Jennifer Schwartz, Chris Parker, Anthony Morgano, (bottom row) Heather Jagman, Grace Spiewak, Alexis Burson and Krystal Lewis are some of DePaul's research and instruction librarians. This team, as well as peer research tutors, shows members of our community how to find the information they need for research projects. Not pictured: Holly Cerney, Jill King, Leo Klein, Firouzeh Rismiller, Joel Sanders and Julia Wollrab. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)
(Left to right) Derek Potts, Morgen MacIntosh Hodgetts, Jamie Nelson, Rebekah Otto and Brittan Nannenga serve on the special collections and archives team in the DePaul University Library. These staff collect, preserve and share rare books; DePaul University, Vincentian, and community archives; and maps. This team also authors Newsline's Into the Archives column. Not pictured: Nora Gabor. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)
(Back row, left to right) David Sievers, Kyle Scheuring, Alec Munhall, (front row, left to right) Abigail Evans, Tami Luedtke and Audra Deemer serve on the library's technical services team. These staff ensure the DePaul community can access electronic resources including 488 research databases; 153,253 online journals; 727,797 ebooks and 212,173 digital media; and find the library’s 487,009 print books through LibrarySearch. Not pictured: Cary Cline, Stacey Reichard, Dorian Rodriguez Spicer and Renata Schneider. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)