Eli Arnold serves as a Reference Librarian at the Philip Weltner Library at Oglethorpe University, his alma mater. He offers research assistance in a variety of formats and teaches instructional classes at the request of the faculty to increase information literary and research skills of Oglethorpe's undergraduate students. Eli earned his MLIS from Valdosta State University in 2012 and spent almost two years working at the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University. While in library school, he served as the president of the Valdosta State University’s Students of Library and Information Science (SOLIS) student organization.
Preserving and Promoting Institutional Heritage: A Descriptive Study of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Members’ Archives (2012)
Academic institutions, even small colleges and universities, acknowledge the importance of archives in order to...
Going Pro: Success Stories (with Ashley Dupuy, Casey Long, Oscar Gittemeier, and Traci Drummond), Atlanta Emerging Librarians Quarterly Meeting (2013)
“Going Pro: Success Stories” is the third and final installment of Atlanta Emerging Librarians' 3-part...
Paying It Forward...And Backward (with Rita J. Spisak, Sandra Barclay, Linda Golian-Lui, and Michael Luther), COMO (Georgia Council of Media Organizations) (2013)
Sturgis Library recently started a Mentorship Program concurrently with the hiring of 5 librarians. Paired...
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5 New Librarians + 4 New Parapro + 1 New Brainstorming Tool = 6 Thinking Hats and Tutus in the Library (with Linda M. Golian-Lui, Jennifer Sutcliffe, Ariel Turner, Hyun Chu Kim, Alan Lebish, and Sandra Barclay), COMO 2013 (2013)
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