The NDSU Libraries has hired Susanne Caro as the new government information librarian and Al Bernardo as social sciences librarian.
Caro, originally from California, received her Master of Library Science from Texas Woman’s University in Denton. She previously served as the state document librarian at the New Mexico State Library in Santa Fe, and the government information librarian at the University of Montana. As the government information librarian, she promotes state and federal publications and helps students find the resources they need. She is the author of “Digitizing Your Collection: Public Library Success Stories” and editor of Essentials of Government Information.
Bernardo provides library instruction and research consultations, and also is responsible for developing and maintaining the NDSU Libraries’ social sciences collections. Beginning in September 2015, he was a user services librarian at Valley City State University, and previously spent several years in a variety of positions with Worthington Libraries and Columbus Metropolitan Library, both in Ohio. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio, and his master’s degree in library and information science from Kent State University in Ohio.
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