Roving Librarians Start Next Week

In an effort to serve you better, Rohrbach Library will spend two weeks testing a Roving Librarian service.

What’s a Roving Librarian? It’s a librarian who comes to you! Over the next few weeks, we will have librarians walk through the library at peak hours (see hours below). Feel free to stop this librarian and ask him or her any questions you have. If you’re looking for a Roving Librarian and can’t find one, then simply call
610-683-4165; one will come to you. With this service, you never have to leave your computer or desk.

Because this is a pilot program, Roving Librarians are not available during all times of the day. Here are the times we will be testing this service:

*Tuesday, March 2 – 11:00 a.m. – noon
*Thursday, March 4 – 11:00 a.m. – noon
*Tuesday, March 16 – 11:00 a.m. – noon
*Thursday, March 18– 11:00 a.m. – noon

If you want to use the service, please keep in mind that it’s a pilot program with a small staff. Please be patient as we try to work out the logistics of staffing and hours of availability. As always, your comments and constructive criticism on the program are greatly appreciated.


This information comes from the Roving Librarian LibGuide. Click here to see the LibGuide, which will be updated if any program information changes.

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