The mission of Walsh University's Brother Edmond Drouin Library is to help their faculty and students learn to use and value information to advance their knowledge, understanding and ability to serve.
OhioLINK asked the library director a few questions to find out more about Walsh University's Library:
What are the top points of pride for your library?
- We have plenty of creative, fun programs and events: Banned Books Week, the gallery wall, pet therapy during finals, and reading groups. Each of these are aimed toward students so that they can experience social, relaxing and academic environments all throughout the year here at the library.
- Secondly, we are proud of the relationship to teaching faculty in instruction and committee collaborations. We are very fortunate that we have great connections like these to effectively do what we believe is best for our students.
- Lastly, our ability to adapt to change and challenges along with our fantastic service to students, faculty and staff. Without the large skill sets that our staff have, we would not be able to assist people to the great extent that we do, and that we believe every library should be able to do.
What's the most popular spot in your library for students and patrons?
Group study rooms (I wish we had more).
How long have you been a member of OhioLINK?
To learn more about Walsh University's Brother Edmond Drouin Library: