Five seniors and one graduate student from the Community Engagement team have chosen one or two illustrated children's books that they would want every public school library to have.
Launched in 2015, OPenn holds over 10,000 digitized manuscripts from over fifty institutions, all freely available to download, use, and share.
Penn alum Caroline Schimmel was one of the the first rare book collectors to recognize the importance of collecting books by women talking about women.
Starting this month, Penn music library head Liza Vick takes the reins as president of the Music Library Association.
Head of the chemistry library Judith Currano shares her thoughts on chemical information, ethics in chemistry, and teaching in the era of COVID-19.
We recently spoke with Nursing Liaison Librarian Richard James about COVID-19, his involvement in public health projects, and his perspective on the emergent field of implementation research.
How are our librarians focusing their energies as the new semester begins?
We recently spoke with Black about librarianship, poetic practice, her career at Penn, and her plans for retirement.
Richard Griscom says the most rewarding thing about working at Penn Libraries has remained the same, regardless of his role: “It’s the imaginative, creative people who work well together and support each other who kept me at Penn for sixteen years.”