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Libraries Welcome Bart Everts

October 8, 2015
Bart Everts

Bart Everts, reference and instruction librarian at the Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers University-Camden

We are pleased to welcome reference and instruction librarian Bart Everts to the Libraries.

Under a longstanding partnership between the Paul Robeson Library, Rowan University, and Camden County College (CCC), Bart will provide library services and instruction to the Camden campuses of Rowan and CCC, serving a community of over 3,000 students in addition to faculty and staff.  He will act as the library liaison to all disciplines at both campuses, including the ESL program at Rowan, and will also provide general reference services to the Rutgers community at Robeson Library.

Bart has worked as a reference and instruction librarian at Peirce College in Philadelphia and as a history faculty member in the University Prep program at the EF International School in Boston.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in American History from Rutgers-Camden, a master’s degree in library and information science from Simmons College in Boston, and is currently completing his thesis for a master’s degree in history at the University of Nebraska.

Bart may be reached via email or by calling 856-225-2849.