My name is Kimberly Lesley and I will be your Access Services Librarian, delivering reference and circulation assistance at the Greenfield Library as well as instructional sessions held right in your classroom! That’s right folks, you don’t even have to come to the library to benefit from our fantastic services (although I highly recommend you do). Contact me for a reference consultation and I will show you how to conduct research and renew your library materials from the comfort of your own home. A stitch in time saves nine…come to the library to learn how to effectively and efficiently utilize the wealth of print and digital resources our library offers!

And to all the instructors out there in the School of Art, Core Studies and the graduate program in Studio Art, I will be your official library liaison. Email {} or call {x6280} any time you have questions about library services and resources, or arranging research instruction sessions. I look forward to working with you!
Diligenza Per La LunaA list of random things about me:

  • I did flying trapeze for a summer (library brownie points if you can find where this is posted online)
  • My favorite author is a fellow Hoosier you may have heard of- Kurt Vonnegut
  • I love to travel, especially by velo- I biked around the Netherlands, Belgium and France in August 2011
  • My favorite number is red (just checking to see if you’re still reading)

And some not so random things:

  • My MLS specialization is art librarianship
  • My BFA from Herron School of Art and Design is in photography and art history
  • Libraries where I have worked or interned:
    • Smithsonian American Art Museum/ National Portrait Gallery Library
    • South Louisiana Community College
    • Indiana University Wells Library (Instruction & Media and Reserves)
    • Indiana University Fine Arts Library
    • Indianapolis Museum of Art
    • IU Visual Resource Center
    • Seattle Public Library
    • Indianapolis Public Library

Thanks for reading, and I hope to see you in the library soon!ColumbiaThe images above are from one of my favorite resources, the Smithsonian Galaxy of Images database. Take a look!

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