|Total Cataloged Items
|Online Database & Index Subscriptions
||Library of Congress
|Online Public Access Catalog System
||Amigos, CORAL, OCLC, BCR, TCAL, TexShare
|CoLab (Collaboration Lab)|
The library has a resource for TLU groups collaborating on projects. The library's CoLab is immediately to your right as you exit the library. TLU students, faculty, and staff have access to two PCs that are loaded with specialized multimedia software (Adobe and Microsoft) that can help to create and edit projects. Both PCs have a mike/headphone set for recording voice-overs or listening to sound. Stand-alone PCs are connected to a color poster printer and to a color copier/scanner/printer. A 5-person Group Table/LCD Screen can accommodate up to four bring-your-own laptops for collaborating on group presentations. CoLab laptops can also be checked out at the Circulation Desk. The CoLab also has two "brainstorming" erase boards that can be used to separate groups. The CoLab may be used on a first-come, first-served basis. Library personnel are available to assist patrons.
|Library Cards for Non-TLU Patrons|
Upon presentation of current identification (e.g., driver's license), non-university users who are adult community members no longer in high school may purchase borrowing cards at the circulation desk ($15 per year). Free borrowing cards are available to TLU alumni, area ministers, and teachers in the Seguin community. The library also honors TexShare borrowing cards from other academic libraries. Non-TLU users may check out a maximum of four items at a time. The loan period on all items for non-university borrowers is 4 weeks with one renewal possible.
|Prof. Martha Rinn|
University Librarian, Associate Professor
Prof. Rinn holds the bachelor of arts from Texas Lutheran University and the master of library information science from the University of Texas at Austin. She administers and develops the library program to support the curriculum and general educational objectives of the university.
|Mrs. Sally Carroll-Ricks|
Technical Systems / E-Resources Librarian, Professional Staff
email@example.com - 830-372-8103 – Office 110 - My Web Page on academia.edu
Library technical systems administrator (including cataloging and technology)
, web master, database manager, and electronic resources librarian, Prof. Sally holds the bachelor of music in voice from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, the master of music in music theory and literature from Baylor University, and the master of library science from the University of Texas at Austin. She is also a member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals, the Music Library Association, and the Medical Library Association
. Her interests include bibliographic description (especially of serials and music), evidence-based nursing, information technology, and information systems.
|Prof. Mark Dibble|
Instruction and Public Services Librarian, Associate Professor
Head of library instructional services and reference services librarian, Prof. Dibble holds the bachelor of arts from Austin College and the master of library science from the University of Illinois. He teaches the Freshman Experience course and works closely with freshman composition students to incorporate a problem-based learning approach when utilizing library resources.
|Prof. Vicki Eckhardt|
Assistant University Librarian, Assistant Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org - 830-372-8108 – Office 114
Prof. Eckhardt holds the associate of arts from Del Mar College, the bachelor of arts from the University of Texas at Austin, and the master of library science from the University of North Texas. She assists the University Librarian in the daily operation of the library, statistical reporting, and financial operations. Other duties include serial operations and government documents.
|Prof. Amelia Koford|Outreach and Information Literacy Librarian, Assistant Professorakoford@tlu.edu
- 830-372-8138 – Office 115
As Outreach and Information Literacy Librarian, Prof. Koford coordinates the library’s marketing efforts and assists with the library instruction program. Prof. Koford holds the bachelor of arts from Grinnell College, the master of arts in women's and gender studies from the University of Texas at Austin, and the master of science in information studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests include information literacy, representation and classification, and the relationships between gender, culture, and information systems.
|Mrs. Elizabeth McArthur|Access Services Librarian, Professional Staffemcarthur@tlu.edu
– 830-372-8102 – Office 106
As Access Services Librarian, Elizabeth is in charge of interlibrary loan and document delivery services as well as the public areas of the library; she frequently staffs the reference desk. Elizabeth holds the bachelor of arts from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, and the master of library science from Emporia State University in Kansas.
|Ms. Sherry Moltz|
Library Cataloging Assistant
email@example.com - 830-372-8107 - Cataloging Office 111
Ms. Moltz catalogs and maintains bibliographic records and oversees processing of library materials.
|Dr. Rodrick Shao|
Instructional Technologist, Assistant Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org - 830-372-6870 – CoLab Office 100A
Instructional technologist, Dr. Shao holds the bachelor of arts and master of business administration from the University of Concordia in Wisconsin-Mequon and a doctor of education from Nova Southeastern University in North Miami Beach, Florida. He is responsible for faculty development in the areas of technology, eRacer/Jenzabar, and associated programming, training, and activities. His research interest is instructional technology and he teaches courses and workshops in Computer Application Software, International Business, and Instructional Technology.
|Mrs. Laurie Taylor|
Library Acquisitions Assistant
Mrs. Taylor orders and receives library resources and supplies.
email@example.com - 830-372-8113 - Serials Processing 116
The Serials Assistant manages the library's collection of print periodicals.
Regular Semester Hours
||1:45 p.m.-11 p.m.
||7:45 a.m.-11 p.m.
||7:45 a.m.-5 p.m.
||1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Texas Lutheran University
1000 W. Court St.
Seguin, Texas 78155