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Learning About Library Resources
Students completing a puzzle at the Bankier Library.

The Bankier Library was packed with students enjoying a free lunch, Dippin’ Dots, games, puzzles and good company all while learning all about the services the library has to offer at CeLIBration on September 17.

Hunter Burrough and library staff members.

Brookdale student Hunter Burrough won the grand prize of a tablet at the CeLIBration.

To get a raffle entry ticket and the chance to win great prizes, students spoke with library faculty and staff about the many ways the library can help them be successful. Second year Brookdale student Hunter Burrough won the grand prize of a Samsung Galaxy tablet. Three other students won Brookdale apparel and bags.

Student talking to a librarian.

Students had the opportunity to learn more about the Bankier Library at the CeLIBration on September 17th.

“My favorite part of the event, aside from giving away the prizes, is the opportunity to introduce new and returning students to the Library at a time when they are not here for a class or coursework,” said Steve Chudnick, director of the Bankier Library. “The ability to show off the Library in a more relaxed, social situation can make for more positive associations for the students,” he said. “Then when they do come to us for educational purposes knowing the layout and some of the people and services, it is less anxiety-provoking for them.”

Students also learned about the departments that partner with the library. Career and Leadership Development staffed an informational table to let students know all about the new Career Studio located on the second floor of the library. Learning Commons Assistants were on hand to tell students how The Tutoring Center can help.

Student talking with librarian.

Shay Delcurla, faculty librarian, tells a student about the Bankier Library’s upcoming Research and Writing Days.

CeLIBration is an annual event at Brookdale that has been running for about 10 years.