150: Sarah LeMire

Steve chats with Sarah LeMire, co-author of Serving Those Who Served: Librarian’s Guide to Working with Veteran and Military Communities and the First Year Programs Coordinator at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, about her path to librarianship, transitioning new students to college life (including an AR tour of the library!), and how various types of libraries can best serve veterans and military communities.

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Sarah LeMire is the co-author of Serving Those Who Served: Librarian’s Guide to Working with Veteran and Military Communities and the First Year Programs Coordinator at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. Her work focuses on information literacy instruction, assessment, and outreach to special populations, especially veterans. She was recognized as a member of ALA’s 2015 class of Emerging Leaders and was a 2017 Library Journal Mover and Shaker.

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